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Breakfast Topic: Who's your nemesis? {WoW}

Dec 30th 2010 8:24AM C;thun was hell on azeroth for our raid. And that was after he was nerfed. I shudder to think what he was like pre-nerf.

The Queue: Quorra {WoW}

Dec 19th 2010 12:09PM I would like to bring this to attention:
http://uk.gamespot.com/pc/rpg/worldofwarcraft/news.html?sid=6285568

There you go.

WoW Moviewatch: As seen on G-TV {WoW}

Dec 17th 2010 12:10PM 70% of the time, it works every time.

The Queue: Make a note {WoW}

Dec 9th 2010 2:29PM Fair enough, (ya, I do read wikipedia to) but the rate of inaccuracy, doesn't represent the fact that unlike say, Brittanica, you can change most things on wikipedia. And also, I was just poking fun at Mr. Holisky.

The Queue: Make a note {WoW}

Dec 9th 2010 2:15PM "The genus of the sea horse is the Hippocampus. According to Wikipedia, there are over 50 species of sea horses."

"According to Wikipedia"?!

I hope no librarians or academics read the queue today. Tut, tut Holisky.

The Daily Quest: Expansion musings {WoW}

Dec 8th 2010 2:22PM In the editorial about the shattering by Johnnie Ingram he touched upon something which many people, as well as myself have been irritated by. It is the fact that the events of this monumental shattering were not covered in-game but rather in Christie Golden's "The Shattering". While I want to stress that Christie Golden probably wrote another gripping and enjoyable novel, the content was meant for the flagship of the franchise, WoW itself. All subscribers should be able to have the knowledge and/or easily find out what happened. Instead, those who didn't buy the book feel as if one of the major points of Azeroth's history flew over their head.

WRUP: Cataclysm -- The game show {WoW}

Dec 4th 2010 3:22PM I'm going to run my favorite raid, Ulduar on Monday before it, as well as Icecrown, the Oracles, Argent Tournament dailies, the Wrathgate questline, Dalaran, the Kalu'ak, Grizzlemaw, the plight of the Drakkari trolls, Voldrethar, dark blade of oblivion, Archmage Lan'dalock, icebreakers, wooly rhinos, the fishing extravaganza, the dragonshrines, the key to the focusing iris, kungaloosh, Thrym, primordial saronite, jormungar, the purple parlor, chilled meat, Obsidian Sanctum with 3 drakes and so much else becomes irrelevant.

The Queue: Don't care {WoW}

Dec 4th 2010 12:47PM Wow. How did that not get noticed.

While the times are certainly subject to change, it does give us some fascinating info on where Blizzard is headed.

We have prospective dates for the next (and maybe, just maybe, the last) expansions for WoW, the date for the WoW movie, as well as expansion dates for Starcraft II and Diablo's III release and successive expansions.

Most importantly, I noticed a certain game/product called Titan. Perhaps the next-gen MMO we have been getting hints about.

Breakfast Topic: Your biggest regrets from the Wrath era {WoW}

Dec 4th 2010 11:01AM I regret not being able to go through Ulduar. I only started raiding around the time of ToC and spent my raiding days climbing the progression ladder. I regret not being able to enjoy Ulduar because I coud have enjoyed it but instead I spent my in the forgettable debacle of a raid that is ToC and ICC (which I did enjoy, it must be said). I have done razorscale, Ignis and Leviathan for the weeklies. I didn't truly get to savor the finest raid since Kaazhan and arguably of all time, with (from what people say) innovative features and designs, unique models, challenging heroics and lore upon lore.

Elementals are attacking Azeroth {WoW}

Nov 1st 2010 2:10PM Elemental invasion?

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!