May 10th 2011 7:49PM As much as it must suck when they accidentally bite their lip or tongue, no one can deny that Night Elf fangs make for an outstanding "grrr"-face.
May 9th 2011 12:02PM Whatever happened to the new animation for the /map emote that was supposed to be coming with patch 4.1? You guys wrote a brief article about it back when 4.1 was on the PTR:
However, I tried the emote after the patch dropped, and all that happened was the standard "You pull out your map" emote text.
Did Blizzard decide not to implement this, or forget to? I was looking forward to macroing the emote to my world map command.
May 8th 2011 5:20PM There were female Night Elf druids before the Third War, but they most likely weren't affiliated (or closely so) with the Cenarion Circle before that time.
Lore sources I've come across state that there weren't female Kaldorei in the Circle until after the third war, but as Paul pointed out, there are obviously female druids who have followed the path for longer than 10 years.
The majority of female Night Elf druids, however, will not have studied those arts until after the third War.
May 3rd 2011 3:26PM Well, that may well explain why Enarrai's conversation with the guard devolved into a shouting match so quickly. I was a bit surprised by that, since it is so uncharacteristic of a Night Elf to do so, but if she's doing it on purpose as a distraction...
May 3rd 2011 9:10AM So, Hawthorne is still alive, and apparently in the fort?
Also, what exactly is supposed to be happening in the last panel? Are those lines sound, light, or motion?
Finally, the "vicious attack children" simply make the page. Hilarious work Kelly.
Apr 26th 2011 3:20PM Forget phones for a moment, I'm wondering why (to my knowledge), there's been no mention of remote guild chat through a web browser. That functionality exists for the remote AH, why not let those of us who like to carry an actual phone instead of a mini computer use this new tool?
Apr 24th 2011 7:56PM Yes, I'm not going to be surprised if this treatment of the story leads to a lot of flaming.
This is a fair, accurate description of the Horde side and perspective to the story in the Southern Barrens. However, the two-week format really can't help but come across as biased against the Alliance. The Alliance side of the events are a strong counterbalance to the Horde perspective, but I think this issue, which is quite touchy for a lot of people, will suffer from being split up.
It would have been far more constructive, in my opinion, to offer both sides of the conflict in a longer, single article; even if it took longer to write and pushed the release back a week.
In any case, I urge everyone here to hold off on condemning the Alliance for their actions until both sides of the story have been explored.
Apr 12th 2011 2:06PM I wouldn't say impossible, but it is highly unlikely.
Apr 12th 2011 1:57PM http://www.wowhead.com/item=51809
3k, actually. I should know, I shelled out for a full set back in WotLK.
Apr 12th 2011 1:55PM I like the idea, but wasn't Hawthorne riding alone when he was attacked, not as part of a caravan?
He also had a wife at Fort Triumph, and the girls haven't mentioned a "mommy" yet.