Apr 2nd 2012 10:46PM This has made my life.
Mar 20th 2012 2:31PM Spell check on the poll: War*lord Zon'ozz
Mar 20th 2012 9:27AM It came up even more in Wolfheart. Anduin leaves his father and goes to become one of Velen's pupils in priesthood. I guess he's picked up all those new tricks from him.
Mar 20th 2012 9:25AM TOR's voiced quests have their ups and downs. If you like plowing through zones very quickly and don't care about the story, you're probably going to have a very hard time leveling in TOR. That game is all about the story; it's not like WoW, where's there's plenty of lore, but on the grand scheme of things we get involved in very little of it during leveling. In TOR (in particular the Jedi Knight, who is basically the chuck norris of the galaxy), you're the big hero or villain, and the fate of your entire faction is on your head, so it's much much more story-oriented, which means it's going to take more time to listen to the voice-acting and get into the story. However if you do have the time, it's a really eye-opening experience. After 3 and a half years of WoW, where the coolest story moments you get are cutscenes and raids, this was truly something else entirely.
Mar 19th 2012 12:45AM There are no female dwarves! The dwarves just spring out of holes in the ground!
Mar 16th 2012 9:13PM What about some transmog achievements? Say, transmog all of your gear into Tier 2, or something along those lines? It'd be a hell of a grind, but hey, just throwing it out there.
Mar 16th 2012 2:16AM I'm kinda the same. I spent a multitude of hours (at least one a day) last summer completing the Molten Front questline, and for what? I got a lot of money, and a lot of skins, but were all those hours really worth it? Then Dragon Soul came out, and between that and dailies, I had zero motivation to learn a new raid, as well as keep up with my dailies. I quit WoW around november, bought SWTOR in early january, and I haven't looked back. I'll be back to check out the MoP beta and live, and I'll be taking a break for D3, but for now, SWTOR has my attention.
Mar 1st 2012 5:39PM I see. Still, running even three instances would require a lot of RAM. I'd assume if you want five accounts or more you'd need a shit ton, at least 10 gigs.
Mar 1st 2012 5:11PM I'm confused. I was to understand that only one instance of WoW could run per computer. So if a guy is multiboxing five toons in Warsong, say, wouldn't that mean he would not only need five accounts, but five computers? I can kind of see how he could wire them all to one keyboard, if he had some kind of USB splitter, which could include the mouse as well, but five computers just for a game is a massive cash investment. Let alone ten or twenty characters, you're talking in upwards of ten grand or more. Am I missing something?