Oct 2nd 2007 9:53AM Hunters... Definitely. Semi-sentient, hive-minded earthworms? No thanks.
Sep 10th 2007 7:28PM @ColorMeNotImpressed
You are a sad and lonely little man. Please, go find some self-worth and self-esteem before trolling again.
I honestly don't understand the reasoning behind those who flame the WotW.
We're sharing our computing areas because it's fun and a little voyeuristic to see other people's setups. What's wrong with showing off some of our other interests as well? There's more to our lives than WoW. We're not looking for validation.
I had some asses on mine as well: http://www.wowinsider.com/2007/06/03/reader-wowspace-wulf-knight/
Just seems to attract the trolls...
Love the setup, Sheeps. Keep on rockin'!
Sep 6th 2007 5:58PM @13: Can you tell us where you're getting them for 54% MSRP?
Sep 4th 2007 11:14AM When you still have your Nightsaber...
Sep 4th 2007 10:19AM This was announced during BlizzCon, during the first WotLK presentation...
I figured it was common knowledge by now...
They said that the mainstream enchants would be able to be made into saleable forms (I.e.: +35 Agil to weapon, +6 Stats to chest), but more specialized enchants (I.e.: Mongoose, Cat's Swiftness, Soulfrost, etc...) will still only be available from Enchanters directly.
Aug 24th 2007 12:24PM @Milktub: Roll a Druid... ;-)
Jan 23rd 2007 6:33PM I haven't noticed that much of an issue with spawns due to this brilliant little maneuver on behalf of Blizz's dev team:
[i]The big news though is that Blizzard has introduced new dynamic spawn rates for Outlands that changes the spawn rate for a Monster based on how many people are in the immediate mini-zone. So when there are 493 people camping the same named quest mob in Hellfire Peninsula on Jan 16, there will be an almost instantaneous respawn of the mob when it dies.[/i]
Jan 17th 2007 6:31PM If you can't tame it yourself, you don't deserve it.
Nov 21st 2006 5:57PM Definitely be hooking my Wii60 up to this thing.
Nov 17th 2006 1:42PM @ knightvizion:
First point: The average eBay selling price right around $2000, not $5000
Second point: I guarantee these folks made a HELL of a lot more than the $2000 they'd get for reselling the PS3 by advertising clickthroughs on the site. They have a proven trackrecord of high page hits with their previous destructive endeavours.