Sep 25th 2011 6:51PM "Whether it was fighting in the Borean Tundra or conflicts in the Grizzly Hills, both starter zones had unique quests and storylines designed to draw the player in"
I may have misinterpreted this but just pointing out Grizzly Hills wasn't the other starting zone of Wrath, it was Howling Fjord.
Also, fantastic article, I always remember Dal as one of my favourite places in all of WoW simply because of the NPCs walking around, adding character.
Aug 28th 2009 11:37AM I didnt even know there was a WoW board game.....
I tried playing the WoW tcg with my friend's spare deck once but that match merely consisted of "Can I do this?"....."No"....
Aug 24th 2009 8:09AM Dwarf shaman=win nuff said
Aug 24th 2009 1:53AM "In fact I'm guessing it will hit in time for Christmas."- Arthas is ready, with an entire army to back him up, and even...........a Santa hat..........God help us all.......
Aug 22nd 2009 8:40AM I think this is a great change. rather than add an entire new continent, add some zest (or a lot really) to much less used continents. Sure, if I started playing WoW after cataclysm I may have wondered what the old world was like but I'm not starting post-cataclysm. I've been there, done that and while some zones I still like, they just don't have the same new feel as they did on my first toon. Great for those who love raising alts, and they did say more endgame than ever before, did they not?
Aug 22nd 2009 6:37AM I think this is fantastic. Its worth rolling alliance all that time ago. Even all that time getting pushed back into the graveyard and camped by horde in BGs.
I also found it hard to choose what race I will make mine. Ive got a level 80 druid and dk already and a mage who isnt far off. I cant bear the idea of keeping a worgen at range, they just seem to suited to melee with the claws and all. A hunter worgen seems a little strange, i mean you'd end up taming your cousin. that leaves a warrior and rogue (i think). Im sure a warrior would look great but i tihnk id rather my worgen be a bit more agile. how could it possibly be as agile as possible of all that plate wearing it down? that leaves rogues with i think matches a worgen great. they are stealthy, cunning, fast, and light armored. they could use two sprints, and combine that with the speed increasing potion and it would be godly for flag carrying. my druid is feral dps though so ill have to balance using energy again with duel wielding for the first time (my dk never did). Worgen are probably the only race that could stop me going crazy on a dwarf shaman.
I would probably change to human every now and then purely for "im so roguey you dont even know my race until im stunlocking you...ness" As good as the tranforming animation is, i hope people dont ruin it by spam-transforming in cities, although i dont like my chances.
As for garrosh and leading the horde........dont do it, please blizz, dont do it. I love thrall, i love that he is the leader of the horde but has a clam temper, and doesnt mind being in the same room as a alliance leader. garrosh is a moron, going crazy while the entire world is a risk. always calling for war, not thinking about how many orcs, and hordes in general, will die from a war.
sorry for the horrible grammar, i had a far longer and better post but i accidentally hit back before i posted it D'oh! anyway i couldnt bring myself to doing it properly again...
Aug 21st 2009 8:06AM As cool as it would be, I wouldn't like how crowed it would be. On the other hand, if anything was going to get me to that crowded a space, it'd most likely be Blizzcon.
Aug 18th 2009 9:11AM As cat dps i always forget to use the armor reducing ability, can't remember the name....anyway thats my two cents
Aug 15th 2009 9:38AM think*