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Cataclysm: Gamon, legendary villain of Orgrimmar, made even more elite {WoW}

Nov 13th 2010 10:20PM Hilarious. Keep it up. :D

The Queue: Amazon now says January {WoW}

Sep 30th 2010 6:09PM MMOChamp ( ) just posted that Cataclysm's release date is now December 7th, based on fresh information.

The Queue: Amazon now says January {WoW}

Sep 30th 2010 5:52PM I agree, it makes the question very hard to read when it's been blacked out by people who don't agree with it.

Please stop the unnecessary voting down of comments. I like to read all information on a page, not just what other people think is acceptable for me to see.

Breakfast Topic: What drove you to reach the level cap for the first time? {WoW}

Sep 27th 2010 9:42AM People bitching at me to hurry up and hit 80 drove me to hit 80.

Cataclysm Beta: Last call for Quel'thalas {WoW}

Sep 26th 2010 4:40AM No, those make a different noise altogether. You need to be against the doors of the tower, or on the window ledge on the back side, to hear the noise. It's a different noise. After I posted the above, I got to thinking about it, and realized it sounds just like the Dark Portal almost.

I would be interested in knowing how you got inside it though. I know alot of the walls for things in WoW (currently) are one dimensional, and only "hard" on the side facing out. Like UC, for example, it's just paper walls like a Pop-Up Book.

If you go around from Alterac Mountains (as a Mage) and follow the tops of the mountains around to Undercity, you can jump down inside the top of the Ruins of Lordaeron and once you hit the ground, the walls of the upper city disappear entirely. All you can see is the towers floating above your head as if stuck in the air.

It's totally possible from this position to jump straight down into Sylvanas' room if you navigate just right, as the upper ceiling inside UC is false, apparently. Of course, if you miss, you'll plummet into the Oblivion.

That's not really related to the tower at QT... but in a way it is, because of how the walls work. Still not sure why a tower with no portal inside (as you said) would be emenating (sp) the sound of a portal. Odd.

Cataclysm Beta: Last call for Quel'thalas {WoW}

Sep 25th 2010 6:39PM I'm standing at QT right now on my Shaman, after a little ride using Water Walking.

I forgot this until I got here, but this is important. The tower at Vanilla Quel'thalas is not empty. If you stand right at the door of the tower, you can hear the unmistakable sound of a Portal coming from inside the tower. You may have to turn up your volume to hear it.

My main is a Mage. I know my portal sound effects.

Also, if you follow the terrain around, and approach the tower from the back, there is a window ledge you can stand on. If you hop onto it, and hug the building, you can hear the portal from that side too. There's definitely something inside that tower.

A guildmate and I found it some time back when she first showed me this location (as well as many, many other locations). I found the portal and called her over, and she agreed, that's definitely the sound of a portal swirling away in there.

Where does it go? What was it supposed to do.....?

Cataclysm Beta: Last call for Quel'thalas {WoW}

Sep 25th 2010 6:35PM You currently can't fly in Eversong or Ghostlands.

And SMC is still trashed in Beta.

Guild chat coming to the Mobile Armory app {WoW}

Sep 21st 2010 2:32PM I feel the same. When I'm off the game, I'm off the game. I really don't want /tells from guild mates about guild drama or to grats them for dinging when I'm standing in line at the bank or something. ;p

But really, I like to keep WoW separate from the real world, inasmuch as I like to keep the real world separate from WoW. When I'm in the game, I like to get immersed in Azeroth and enjoy the escape from reality. And when it's time to rejoin reality, I like to be focused on my family and responsibilities, without WoW as a distraction.

Cataclysm Beta: Worgen female models {WoW}

Sep 19th 2010 5:45AM I would say because people who are interested in playing Female Goblins have a mindset prior to playing one that it should look like a Female Goblin.

Webster's Definition: "A goblin is a legendary evil or mischievous creature, described as a grotesquely evil or evil-like phantom. They are attributed with various (sometimes conflicting) abilities, temperaments and appearances depending on the story and country of origin. In some cases, goblins have been classified as constantly annoying little creatures somewhat related to the brownie and gnome."

Whereas alot of people who are interested in playing Female Worgen (aka Female Werewolf) expect that despite being covered in fur and a human turned feral pack animal, they should look shiny, sparkly and like something Disney designed.

Also, I'd bet a couple bucks that for every case of Nerd Rage from individuals about these new models, Twilight is involved in the background.

Breakfast Topic: Would you list WoW experience on your resume? {WoW}

Sep 14th 2010 8:41AM Yep. I second this sentiment.

I'd never put down that I play WoW or really any other form of electronic entertainment, because I've learned from past experience at jobs that that information is then used by co-workers and even some bosses to harass and demean me, or at the very least make them think less of me (and express such feeling verbally).

Rather I keep silent about anything like this, and on the off chance someone brings it up ("Oh hey I got my kids that "Wee" thing they got out now."), I'll mention I have one for my kids too and that it's really fun. I basically keep my comments at the same level of ignorance the speaker is operating from.