Jul 7th 2010 4:09PM It's bad enough that Blizzard is pushing this imbecilic plan through. But this is aggregious. So you want us to suffer the flames and violation of privacy, but the blues "cannot risk having their personal lives compromised by in-game issues." ? The sheer hypocrisy of this fouls Blizzard's good name. And if this plan is pushed through, I guarantee you WILL break WoW. We and everyone else have said that the only thing that will kill WoW is WoW itself or Blizzard. Well, con-fucking-gratulations. You just succeeded in finding a way to slay the golden goose.
On the other hand, if this is not Blizzard's idea, and is in fact, being inflicted by order of Activision who now owns them, then I apologize to Blizzard, and the insults should re-read to Activision. If it is indeed their idea, nice job guys. You actually managed to ruin a great money maker and sully the name of one of the few great gaming companies left.
I for one will be permanently abandoning my account if this change does go through, and I shall be boycotting Blizzard until this is rescinded.
Oh, and first post. :D
Mar 26th 2010 10:42PM It's no longer possible to burn out the felguard's mana, as most demo locks will have Mana feed, which gives life tap the ability to regenerate the demon's mana pool, as well as the locks.
Jan 27th 2010 9:49PM I am appalled. Yes, appalled. APPALLED, that the Warlock design is by far the best design for them since BC and that it completely destroys the T10 set in terms of appearence. I DEMAND THIS SET AS MY NEW T10!! :D Seriously, most of these sets are least twice as good as the T10s. Though the Pally shoulders are a bit rediculous, at least your neck won't get hit. :D And I agree with most of the posters, why does the War set have no helmet? The mage set is spectacular with the floating headpiece. Flaming shoulders are now officially jumping the shark. I think we need something new. Icy shoulders, or something.
And WOAH! to finally getting the conditions for Invincible. THANKS GUYS! :D "In order to attain such a steed, one must conquer Icecrown Citadel and face the Lich King on Heroic difficulty. Perhaps you will be the lucky individual to obtain the most coveted of mounts -- the Invincible Charger. This reward awaits those who are brave enough to tempt fate and face the full wrath of the Lich King!"
Jan 26th 2010 7:15PM The following faction leaders demand to be interviewed or else they will subject us to various horrible fates. Onxyia, Deathwing, Kael'thas, Kel'Thuzad, Loken, Kil'jaeden, C'thun, Yogg-Saron......and of course, the biggest star of this expac........The Lich King: Arthas Menethil.
Dec 31st 2009 5:33PM Oh really? You can't beat the Scourge with any kind of conventional army. For every scourge you kill, 2 take it's place. And every soldier you lose becomes one of them. And what about Novos the summoner? Or the scourge units inside Drak'tharon Keep? I saw Drakkari Death Knights, Scourge necromancers, and the various guys that Novos summons. Or do you mean Gundrak? Look at what happened. They beat back the Scourge and won a reprieve, they didn't win. And looking at Zul'Drak, it was a pyrric victory. They became something almost as bad.
Anub'arak's adds stack poison. Dred's adds can't kill them before poison is flying through the air.
Even if Dred uses bleed, there is literally nothing stopping Anub'arak from a "Jaws" strategy of just spiking him from the floor the whole time.
Dec 17th 2009 9:39PM The post with Patchwerk in place of Brann was fucking hilarious. :D
I'm giving it to the beetle of course. Yes, he's a huge target for the giant lazer. Yes, he's not the ice cold killer from TOTC. But........I remember fighting this guy as a n00b and fighting him now as a tank alt. HE HITS FRIGGING HARD. Let's assume Anub isn't incompedent and that we're letting him think this fight out abit. The adds are not a threat. Compare relative sizes and strength. He can sit on them and win. He can literally pick them up and beat them to death with each other.
And even if we go by game mechanics and assume they can hurt him, he can one shot them all with pound or his other abilities. Now, if he has to burrow, there might be an opening for them to get to Patch....err, Brann. :p But there's nothing saying he can't just summons the adds early, or that he won't just spike whoever goes after Brann. plus, there's a delay on the tribunal adds if we want to argue that way.
For those who say Anub cannot burrow through the Titan complex.........you might be right. Except that we've seem the place being mined in the Halls of Stone itself. So obviously it's not indestructible. Otherwise Yogg-Saron would never have broken out, or XT wouldn't have malfunctioned, etc. Anub's strength was enough drive his spikes up through solid rock and burrow with them like a shark. Azjol Nerub is still standing for the most part even after a war and what appears to be no upkeep. And Anub has no trouble there. And we also see bits of rubble and broken parts in the halls of stone. Maybe the main complex is tough, but I see nothing saying the halls of stone are the same.
Nov 19th 2009 5:08PM Insanity is a horrible ability to fight against. There's very little you can do to counter having your own mind fight against you.
Unfortunately, Volazj got hosed on the draw. King Dred is just a very large, and very small-brained T-rex. So what if he goes insane? He'll just chomp down on the clones. Volazj might win this one even so, but his ace in the hole isn't going to help much. And Dred has friends.
Assuming insanity works well enough to distract Dred's adds and him, Volazj could just keep him twirling around fighting shadows.
Straight fight? He's screwed. Dred's bleeds and adds will break him. But I don't know if insanity is going to slow down something that's not intelligent.
Nov 19th 2009 5:01PM By pure game mechanics, yes, Loken has a problem. Galdarah should be able to interrupt him, if we go by that. Pity the rules say "Game mechanics do not apply." :D
The people saying Impale probably would not have the same effect on Loken that it does on us, are right. Loken's skin is thicker, stronger, and probably better made than anything we players have access to. And even if Galdarah was able to carry Loken around or impale him, that would be the absolute worst thing he could do. Why the hell would he want to impale someone not only made of metal, but whose main attack is electricity? And using a horn that might work as a conductor.....
Perhaps I am wrong about the horn. But, what's stopping Loken from just grabbing Galdarah and turning him into the New Year's eve ball? Impale him? Yeah sure, great idea. Give the giant electric guy a way to get a handhold on you. No, this is one fight that favors Loken. Yes, we consider game mechanics, but come on, Loken's body is literally flowing with a few million volts minimum, and I'm damn sure that Galdarah is not immune to having his blood boiled, his brain cooked, and his eyeballs exploding from that.
BRING BACK GENERAL BJARNGRIM!
Nov 17th 2009 2:54PM Dear Wow.com. I would like to request the following faction leaders for your next interview following Arch-druid Staghelm. Lord Kil'jaeden of the Burning Legion, The Lich King of the Scourge, and Yogg-saron of the Old gods. If Mr. Saron cannot be booked due to safety/sanity issues, then Loken will also suffice.