Apr 4th 2012 1:50PM "Harry Potter and The Runeblade Fragment", anyone?
Apr 3rd 2012 2:22PM Druids are now even more OP. Not only can they dive in to an herb node that you just noticed, without ever leaving flight form, but now you'll never even know that they're there until it's too late because they look *just like the herb*.
Apr 2nd 2012 4:23AM Suddenly I pity the Alliance more than I hate them. How can I kill people who've had to eat dirt and rob from their own dead? I play undead, and we may be rotting, but at least we're not hungry. We eat mold and cockroaches, which now that I think about it, isn't that much of an improvement.
Mar 30th 2012 10:52PM At first I though "Kick butt! WoW toys! Must have!"
Then upon perusing the pictures it turned to "No undead? And worse, no girls at ALL? Man, screw Mega Bloks"
A great idea with gaping flaws in the realization.
Mar 23rd 2012 1:21PM Bottom line: griping accomplishes nothing. If you want to hurt Blizzard, cancel your account. Can't cancel the Annual Pass you say? Sure you can. Just cancel the credit card you used to sign up. ;)
Mar 22nd 2012 10:50PM Would the crew dress as goblins? Dinner themed around Azerothian menus? Perhaps a murloc in the pool? I'm giddy just thinking about the possibilities, and the husband plays too. I'd buy tickets!
Mar 21st 2012 3:05AM Add me to the long list of the confused, perplexed and incensed. If they want to get players "out into the world", get rid of all the portals in the capitols and make archeology less mind numbingly tedious so that I might actually *want* to get out into the world. Otherwise this reeks of an abject lack of logic.
Have Group means that one person sitting on a rock above Stormwind, (or Orgrimmar, to be fair), can summon the rest there for a fast attack while the odds are the best without having to wait for everyone, on their varied speed mounts, to fly all the way there. It means that I can use my wormhole generator to get to Utgarde Keep then summon my hubby there for the nightly Skadi kill. It's a wonderful, incredibly useful tool. Taking it back at this point would be very poor customer relations.
Mar 20th 2012 12:33AM If I didn't already have a stable full of awesome, rare pets, I'd be sorely tempted to go tame five seagulls and name two of them Alfred and Hitchcock. :D
Unlimited awesomeness is upon us, fellow hunters.
Mar 15th 2012 2:32PM My most memorable early death was to a spider in Ashenvale. I was a low level Tauren hunter. My first character. I knew next to nothing. I had to go into Ashenvale on a quest from The Barrens. Almost immediately upon entering the forest I was struck by the sheer beauty of the place, especially in contrast to Mulgore; and then I noticed the red dot on my map. Beast tracking was showing a spider right in front of me. I didn't see anything, so I though the spider was most likely up in tree, getting ready to drop on me. Scared the living crap out of me, the idea that some giant forest spider could just drop out nowhere and kill me, and that if hadn't had beast tracking I'd never have even seen it coming. When it did appear on the road, it killed my pet first then it came after me. I tried, but I couldn't out run it. At the time it was utterly terrifying.
Mar 6th 2012 4:33PM Those mounts look an awful lot like the ones that you get automatically when you die somewhere that you have to fly back to your corpse. How befitting for a "Scroll of Resurrection". :)