Jan 6th 2012 11:59AM Well it seems to me that the age of mortals is the work of the Old Gods, especially when you remember that most of the mortal races are on Azeroth because of the Old God's and the curse of flesh. I mean really the only reason Humans are on Azeroth is because of the Old Gods.
Which includes opening the Dark Portal and letting the Orcs in, which results in the end of Cataclysm, which realistically is a huge loss for the titans and a big win for the Old Gods. Yes they lost one powerful lackey, but in doing so they brought down five very powerful enemies.
Plus thanks to dwarves like Mr. Bronzebeard, we have disabled, or at least severely weakened the Titan constructs in Uldum and Ulduaar.
The Old Gods are winning, and really you have to remember they are playing on a completely different timetable then the rest of us, they literally have all the time in the world for their plan to come together.
Jul 10th 2011 10:03PM What?! You mean attack that relatively small lump of 'flesh' of that massive beast who was large enough to walk around inside of, and whose body appears to reach all the way into icecrown Wasn't enough to kill it? That thing who could make us insane simply by being close to it for a few minutes and who showed us the ability to make some pretty convincing illusions, and more or less spends the entire fight mind rapping us, might have pulled a fast one on us? That doesn't make any sense at all.
Actually the thing I have often wondered is, how do we know we are on the right side in this war. I mean, we've never even seen a titan, we've only ever interacted with their constructs (and by interact I mostly mean fight). Could they just be tired of being imprisoned, and why are they imprisoned anyway? Maybe they only show us animosity because we are the titan's creations, and even then it appears as if they have tried to free us from the titans control. Without the curse of flesh would the races of Azeroth still have free will? Or would they be Robots simply doing the jobs the titans have given them? Just a theory.
May 19th 2011 12:09PM This video is amazing except for one thing. And that is the voice acting. Some of it is pretty good, but some of it is really bad and it can be fairly jarring at certain points.
But other then that I absolutely love it.
Apr 21st 2011 11:48AM I've thought for a while now pistols should be the hunters equivalent of a melee weapon, in that you could use them to use all of the hunters abilities at point blank range but with severely reduced damage.
Plus it would open the door for Hunters having a Pistol Whip ability.
Mar 8th 2011 1:29PM As a Tailor you are getting no sympathy from me whatsoever when it comes to recipes with Chaos Orbs, we have all of two one of which requires 5 orbs (which is BoP and not nearly as useful as your goggles) the other is a vanity item.
Mar 7th 2011 7:19PM Don't forget about Death Coil too, it's a good bit of instant cast healing plus a horror effect which doesn't share diminishing returns with our other fear effects
Feb 6th 2011 11:25PM Not to be nitpicky but Spike said the you made a bear line, which in my mind makes it funnier.
Also as much as I love that song from Buffy, wouldn't "I'll Never Tell" fit this article better?
Feb 5th 2011 10:28AM Oh I have so much stuff in my bank. An old Fire and Spell Stone, I would have kept a soul shard too if they had let me. Also the three items you need for the dreadsteed quest. A mix and match of warlock tier gear, a scepter of the shifting sands and lots of other items from that particular chain, lots of holiday items, a few staffs off of old bosses. Also the Heart of Hakar which dropped off my last run through ZG and all the Zandalar items. Also Sylvanas's Gold coin, and the Trinket from the end of the Battle for the Undercity.
Feb 1st 2011 11:08AM Lol I can just see it now. "Divorce Rate Among World of Warcraft Players Skyrockets as Men Try to Earn In Game Achievement"
Feb 1st 2011 9:40AM A Warlock achievement for creatively killing a certain number of mages in a PVE environment.