Jun 2nd 2011 12:07AM The horde emblem combined with the blue color of the alliance indicates unity and an ability to set aside factional differences for the greater respect of the game as a whole.
Mar 9th 2011 11:33PM Are you guys looking forward to an entire raiding tier of FIRE!!?!?! Because I think there's going to be a lot of FIRE and not much else in 4.2... sort of like ICC, but red instead of blue.
...yes, I'm a little cranky.
Mar 9th 2011 11:28PM If I'm unable or unwilling to run recount on my machine (my old macbook would burst into flames on any fight involving... flames), but want to know generally how I'm doing, I'll ask someone to, and this is important, WHISPER the damage meters to me.
Mar 5th 2011 2:40PM A theoretical, longer-term question here... Which Wrath raid do you think will be removed / updated first (in the style of the original Zul'gurub, Naxxramas or Zul'aman)?
Mar 2nd 2011 10:06PM I have to disagree with you, Drak.
For low-level zones, I didn't mind the linearity of the quest structuring. If you really get bored with a series, you could just go to a different zone of the same level- you'll outlevel both of them soon enough. I think cohesiveness, progression and fun within a zone is worth it.
I can sort of see your point for someplace like Uldum, if you've somehow depleted Stonecore and aren't allowed into the Twilight Highlands, but that's almost impossible. Call me a heathen, but I didn't find the Harrison Jones portion to be very compelling. I saved the kittytaurs and skipped off to the eastern kingdoms. If you don't like questing, you simply don't like questing and should PvP or dungeon your way to 85 instead.
I'd also like to add that if you're questing through a zone just to get a particular item, I personally think that you're "doing it wrong." To be fair, several of my friends did exactly that to gear up after they hit 85, so I suppose you should take that with a grain of salt.
Mar 2nd 2011 9:15PM To be honest, they have to put hooks for subsequent expansions *somewhere*. It's possible that we'll see something trolly in 4.2, but I suspect we'll be seeing something of Zandalar and the Undermine whenever we feel like punching Azshara in the face, which has already been confirmed to be sometime after Cata.
Jul 17th 2010 12:07AM Just throwing in my support for the writing style. It reminds me of the amsterdam cop series, of all things.
Jul 8th 2010 3:38PM To be fair, Birk, there is evidence that we might already be on a slope.
It went from "no one but blizzard can see your personal info" to "only declared friends can see your personal info" to "friends of friends can see your personal info" to "if you post on the forums, anyone can see your personal info." In the official blue post it was also stated that this was an early step in part of an overall plan.
We're definitely on a slope. I don't know exactly which direction it is going, but it is most definitely involving a profitable partnership between Activision-Blizzard and Facebook.
This article is also about warriors in cataclysm, not Real ID. Wait, why am I posting this?!?
Jul 2nd 2010 6:20PM This is such a cute article... imagining all of us helpless players being unable to feed themselves properly tickles me for some reason.