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Breakfast Topic: Cataclysmic information {WoW}

Jun 15th 2010 10:37AM @uncaringbear

You expect more from Blizzard? Let's see....

1. Old world revamp.
2. Statistics revamp.
3. New zones.
4. New dungeons and raids.
5. 2 battlegrounds.
6. Guild leveling.
7. 2 new races.
8. New race-class combinations.
9. Tons and tons of new lore.
10. 3000 quests. (Stated in an interview last weekend.)
11. Inscription revamp. (What came in place for Path of the Titans.)


And you think Blizzard is taking on a conservative design approach?

Your right, a good name means most often a good game. Though WoW has the potential to live one for decades more if done right. It's more than a good game. There's no possible way Blizzard will make Cataclysm 'mediocre'. If so it would be this expansion, and then the end of the line.

All the World's a Stage: Maintaining your barriers {WoW}

Jun 14th 2010 7:45AM I've come across many of these situations where the border isn't there, and i can tell from them: It's bad. It's really really bad when the romance goes too far.

I've noticed mostly that the creepers which you talk about are indeed very keen on what RoseClown mentioned sort of: They like to cling on to you and never let you go.

There were friends of mine who got in contact with the creepers, and i tried to solve the deal with them, some type of mediation, but it really left it's scars after i pulled my friends and the creepers away from eachother.

It all felt like some sort of 'virtual paranoia'. Around every corner another creeper could try to force you back into this seemingly good RP romance relationship that was maybe good for RP, but a terrifyingly irritating relationship for the player who is stalked.

The problems usually start off when your open to ERP, because that's just how it is....i haven't seen creepers that didn't ERP yet. Barring yourself from ERP, or atleast holding back ERP till you've been playing a month or so (like RoseClown suggested more or less), is smart and could save you from potential creeper danger.

As sad as it is, WoW's got tons of people, and not each one of them has the right mind for the game to be played with 'a level of decorum' as Gray said. This post serves as a guide but as a warning to: Keep your RP safe.

Phat Loot Phriday: Vanquished Tentacle of C'Thun {WoW}

Jun 11th 2010 4:15PM

Claw testicle.

Breakfast Topic: Fear ... so exhilarating {WoW}

May 29th 2010 10:38AM Same with Deadwind Pass here. I was level 40, planning to head to Swamp of Sorrows when i noticed there was actually a zone in between Deadwind Pass and there.

I didn't go in.

...untill a few months later. Then i found out there were only vultures in there. xD

Breakfast Topic: Speculation on the Cataclysm cinematic {WoW}

May 18th 2010 8:31AM Two words: Troll. Druid.

All the World's a Stage: The lull before the Cataclysm {WoW}

May 3rd 2010 8:07AM Argent Dawn EU, sorry for the USA´ers. :(

All the World's a Stage: The lull before the Cataclysm {WoW}

May 2nd 2010 6:08PM I can swear to you, RP activity on my server is damn amazing. Yesterday we´ve had a tavern event with approx 60 alliance RPers, and today we´ve been on an army trip with around 50 horde RPers. To be honest, i´ve never seen RP as lively on my server as these last days.

Not meaning to break the article, but more to break the tension for you and others that RP is still flourishing. :)

World of WarCrafts: Welcome to X-Cross' Deadmines {WoW}

Apr 20th 2010 2:10AM ORDERS, SIR?!

Breakfast Topic: Who gets to grow up? {WoW}

Apr 16th 2010 8:25AM I'm surprised nobody said Hogger yet.

15 Minutes of Fame: WoW buoys autistic youngster {WoW}

Apr 14th 2010 5:44AM As you look at how many people reply to this with a certain awareness of autism, you notice how frequent it actually is present in families and whatnot.

You also notice that it's very important that people know about autism, just for the sake of knowing what it's all about, so that there's no drive to judge people with autism as 'mentally disabled.'