Dec 29th 2010 10:42PM Rolling for the purp
Dec 29th 2010 10:41PM Catagasmic!
Dec 29th 2010 10:35PM ba-da-boom
Dec 29th 2010 10:32PM Ba-da-bing
Dec 28th 2009 8:28AM This will be better than my head movies!
Dec 15th 2009 11:51AM Yeah, you're probably right but I wasn't about to read through pages upon pages of the thread. But thank you for pointing it out!
Dec 15th 2009 11:25AM "No, you're incorrect.
You can say whatever you want about Blizzard. But you have no right to say it in their forums. Your in their forums, you abide by their rules."
Oh how I yearn for an edit button. This statement is incorrect. We do have the right to say whatever we wish within their private forum, we just have to deal with the ramifications that come with what is to be said. We signed up and agree with the Terms of Service or whatever their agreement is called, yet we don't have to abide by it.
It's like if I called a cop a pig. I'm within my 'right' to say as much but that doesn't mean I won't be thrown in the back of a cruiser or ticketed. It's more a matter of respect to those with power than the ceasing of your 'rights'.
Dec 15th 2009 11:20AM >>No, you're incorrect.
You can say whatever you want about Blizzard. But you have no right to say it in their forums. Your in their forums, you abide by their rules.
Nov 27th 2009 7:32PM Looking forward to the upcoming poison changes, I just dinged my rogue at seventy four and have toyed around with the assassination build the past few days - sounds like it's going to be even more fun. Although I feel that I'm going to have to check out some EJ forums and numbers to max out the builds capability.
Although, I really do wish I could find more axes or fist weapons after using the combat build. Also, why can't we backstab with a fister? Seems reasonable - to an extent.
Nov 27th 2009 7:13PM The cool thing about WoW is that it has become much more than just a game and has done something that Second Life started - becoming a cultural trend and identity. It has far reaching social impacts and is slowly becoming ingrained in our society, especially during the Rise of the Nerd, allowing it move into the mainstream with more impact than any other MMO. While I enjoy the game itself, the mechanics that it offers, the rich lore that has evolved for over a decade and the constant development the game sees I stay because I enjoy watching the evolution of the game itself.
I'll 'quit' whenever the servers are shut down. It's an interesting study, like a multi-million people social experiment! For an example, when the plagues hit - watching how people responded, quarantines and roving bands of healers ridding of disease or players even doing their part to spread it. I think Blizzard could stand to borrow some ideas from SL, allowing for player owned real estate and shops. That and how can you not love the trolls in trade chat? Better than syndicate television.