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Breakfast Topic: Will you be buying either of the new vanity pets? {WoW}

Nov 30th 2010 11:52AM Got to call you out on this:
"things that, outside of counting for totals for achievements, have little to no real effect on gameplay. "

Achievements have no real effect on gameplay. Don't kid yourself that they do.

The Queue: Azeroth goes boom {WoW}

Nov 16th 2010 12:59PM Lando wouldn't be a class, he'd be a zone.

Lando system???

Breakfast Topic: What would you tell your level 1 self? {WoW}

Oct 1st 2010 10:07AM Exactly this. I've spent most of five years regretting being "stuck" in a pure DPS class with no ability to tank or heal and too much time investment in that character to ever re-roll.

I'm cutting the strings with Cataclysm and starting again.

Addon Spotlight: Leveling your pre-Cataclysm alt {WoW}

Sep 24th 2010 8:53AM Don't do it Comito, it aint worth it the damage to your soul.

Breakfast Topic: What features from other games would be fun in WoW? {WoW}

Sep 22nd 2010 8:57AM "Interesting jumping puzzles over bottomless pits."
Have you never lost half a raid to a combination of lag and butterfingers to the blobs after Patchwerk? Or wiped because a tank failed the jump on Thaddius? Less of those, please.

The mechanic I'd take from another game is epic class-specific solo quests that require skill rather than gear, taken from WoW 1.x :-)

World of WarCrafts: Sweet start to the week {WoW}

Sep 20th 2010 5:04PM Best WoW cake ever:
http://caf-pow.livejournal.com/169003.html

I liked it so much I married her :-)

The Daily Blues {WoW}

Feb 26th 2010 6:20AM @CM How about a class change feature where you become level 1, lose all your weapon and riding skills, and all your quest history, and are instantly teleported back to your starting zone (cinematic and all)?

You keep your achievements, faction rep, flightpaths, trade skills, gear (99% of which is now vendor trash) and currencies.

Sure, you'll level up quickly - but not much more quickly than someone who'd rolled a completely new character with heirlooms, or someone's mate who's never played before and joined on recruit-a-friend.

I've played my character - one character - for five years. I think class change (done right) makes much more sense than race change or faction change ever did. And if I could take my level 80 Tauren Hunter, and convert him to a level 1 Tauren Paladin in Cataclysm, I'd be happy to level up again. I just don't want to lose everything my character is and has done in order to get that.