Aug 6th 2010 9:33PM I think you meant fury has a bipolar report card, as in invincibly manic at times and depressed at others.
Schizoid fury warriors would be timid and have little interest in social relationships.
Jun 30th 2010 10:39AM I feel similar hesitancy in letting gameplay affect the lore and milieu of the gameworld, but with autocompleting quests our characters will level-up much more often out in the field killing things, where the gains of a new level are the most noticeable, helpful, and fun.
Jun 16th 2010 1:47PM "Gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay. Gaaaaaaaaaaaaay. Gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay"
^quoting the song
Jun 5th 2010 8:47PM Alliance (and Horde) adventurers have worked with Draenei throughout the Burning Crusade and developed a good relationship and understanding of them.
But asking a Stormwind guard about the shaman trainer and he acts grossed out and describes her as "one of those Draenei creatures." And poor little Modoru, gets teased by the Night Elves of Star's Rest for the way he looks and speaks :(
I don't believe that the only thing keeping Draenei NPCs from serving openly alongside the Alliance is the Cult of the Damned, it's that most of the Alliance on Azeroth still thinks the Draenei are weird blueberry spacegoats! :(
Jun 1st 2010 8:59PM Sorry to nitpick! but female dwarves have two casting animations, arms out to the side for general spells (heals and such) and hands in front for targeted spells (smite and soon lightning bolt/fireball). The targeted animation looks like she is holding a pure ball of whatever element the spell belongs.
Female trolls also have two casting animations, though they look very similar. It reminds me of washing hands. Washing hands in front for heals, washing hand to the right for targeted spells.
Female humans, female undead, female tauren, and male tauren all have only one casting animation.
And I rationalize the new mustachioed draenei as sign of cultural assimilation into an alliance that really like their lipfuzz: http://www.wowhead.com/item=43718
Dec 30th 2009 5:42AM As someone who's safely walked the immaculate sidewalks of Singapore, I can tell you one thing: Caning works.
To all those naysayers out there who say that's illegal, you can't strike mouthbreathers on their bare buttocks with razor-sharp bamboo sticks. To them I say, Yes. We. Cane.