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Mists of Pandaria beta showing up on Battle.net pages {WoW}

Mar 21st 2012 8:22PM PANDAAAAAASSSSSS!!!

The Queue: WTB more warlocks {WoW}

Mar 13th 2012 4:51PM Do you think it's possible Blizz will re-order the gems for MoP? It seems like in Cataclysm, anything that isn't red is fairly useless.

The Queue: When is the MoP beta starting? {WoW}

Feb 23rd 2012 11:13AM I love that picture of alpha Goldshire. Wish it was actually like that in game!

Breakfast Topic: Happy Festivus from WoW Insider {WoW}

Dec 23rd 2011 8:12AM #winning =p

It is an awesome achievement though! Glad I managed to get it before the made it a Feat!

Breakfast Topic: Happy Festivus from WoW Insider {WoW}

Dec 23rd 2011 8:04AM Did Somebody Order A Knuckle Sandwich?

My most beloved Feat. Spent ages on that achievement!

The Queue: Adorable baby giraffe, take 2 {WoW}

Dec 19th 2011 1:15PM "but a fresh 85 may end up having to run normal dungeons, then normal heroics, for a while before they can get into the Dragon Soul dungeons, and then run those for even longer before they're geared enough to raid."

I'm sorry but really for me that's the way it should be. Not everyone can afford to buy crafted gear so should these people be disadvantaged because their not able to shell out hundreds of gold? I'll say it again. To me, it feels like cheating. Not serious cheating. Nothing that really has any sort of impact on anyone. But cheating nonetheless.

The Queue: Adorable baby giraffe, take 2 {WoW}

Dec 19th 2011 11:52AM My problem isn't so much with those who use the odd one or two pieces of PvP gear. Heck, I have a 384 PvP ring on my Healadin! My gripe is with those who in my eyes essentially cheat their way into content that they haven't earned the right to access. Though as Hal said, I suppose these days it doesn't really make a huge difference to your gaming experience whether they're full crafted PvP gear or not.

The Queue: Donksliders 2 {WoW}

Dec 18th 2011 1:05PM Something that's been bugging me for a while: Why does PvP gear ilvl - specifically crafted gear - count towards ilvl required for entering dungeons and the LFR? I can understand giving the gear itself a level so you can quickly differentiate between what is potentially an upgrade and what isn't, however what I can't understand is why it counts towards your normal ilvl.

Now don't get me wrong, I’m not an elitist so-and-so by any stretch of the imagination. It just bugs me that some people spend hours and hours running heroics getting gear and points to improve themselves and others spend 10 minutes at the auction house buying gear that essentially is a "free" pass to the next stage.