Sep 23rd 2010 9:04PM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NV75qGY7jBk
Much better, don't you think?
Sep 21st 2010 5:47PM This is probably the very first time I ever read an article with game and religion as the main topic. I have to admit I never thought that pastors would ever play video games, young or not. I hope that someday all religions could be as open and non-dogmatic, the world would be a much better place.
Sep 16th 2010 7:43AM I'm having uber slow dl speeds, max I get is 37 kb/s, anyone how to make it go faster?
Sep 15th 2010 4:56PM Very well written article! It does put everything done from TBC to now in a different perspective. And after some thought on the Light vs Dark Oposite battle, we may only see that kind of struggle more prominently towards the very end of WoW. It would probably be the most epic thing ever in the game and lore.
We may see Sargeras finally entering Azeroth and the Pantheon also returning to Azeroth to help end the Legion once and for all. I'm even getting goose bumps imagining it! An epic, ferocious battle, destroying the very landscape between Sargeras and Aggramar the Avenger (he's the one who substituted Sargeras on the Pantheon when he turned evil), one weilding Gorribal ("Dark Seether"), the other Taeshalach ("Flame Rend"). I even conceive a quest being made where you would have to obtain Gorribal and give it to Aggramar so that Gorshalach ("Dark Render") could be reforged! (Gorshalach was the weapon Sargeras weilded when he was destroying demons for the Pantheon, but in his final moments of clarrity he destroyed it).
I apologize for all this rambling. :P But I started thinking of these things after reading the article and just thought it would be the perfect story for the whole Light vs Dark theme.
Sep 13th 2010 11:27AM actually that's the dryad. :D
Sep 11th 2010 8:41PM I wonder is there's going to a be the same to the EU realms?
Sep 11th 2010 8:05PM This was back in 2005 when i adquired WoW for the first and being a Warcraft fan since the days of Warcraft II ( Ah the memories...) and having played the subsequent sequel, I was extremely thrriled for playing the game.
So I decided to roll a human warrior, and from the first moment I was amazed with the game, seeing other people like me running around doing the same stuff I and talking! O.O Also looking at awe to people who had reached lvl 60 and had epic (epic has in greens :P) gear! However although i mastered the arrow keys to move around and using the mouse to click on my abilities, eventually I noticed that the camera was tilted ever more upwards. Of course, that led to me playing with camera on 90º angle over my character and I couldnt see any mob just the ground! After 30 minutes of trying to figure this issue, a helpful lvl 5 told me to left-click on ground and move the mouse and I was able to see again!
Eventually I quit WoW because I was hopelessly noobish but returned in during late TBC/early WotLK and rolled a blood elf paladin. He's now 80 and very well geared :D.
And also in case someone wonders, I do still play Warcraft II and III occasionally.