Jun 9th 2011 5:50PM I like to ask myself the following question when dealing with this type of dilema: If WoW were to go absolutly perfect and the very best thing possible were to happen is there anything about my family that I would give up to have that thing happen. So far the answer is nothing which is why I am suprised about the reader's concern they are falling behind. Seems more like they're putting their time to better use.
Jan 1st 2011 12:14PM This video card will give me the excuse I need to convince my wife to let me by a new PC. Have mercy and pick me!
Dec 7th 2010 7:39AM /roll
Oct 5th 2010 8:56PM This is the first time I have regretted purchasing a Naga. The molten design is awesome and I want one.
Sep 24th 2010 8:31PM I'm hoping that most "Death" excuses are meant as cruel jokes. If someone did that too me and let it go on for longer than a moment or two I wouldn't associate with them anymore. That kind of behavior is sociopathic. If someone used a "death" excuse on me with the intent for me to believe they had actually died I would definitely put them on double permant ban-hammer fueled ignore. But it would be for their good. If a person thinks WoW is so important that dying is the only excuse for not being there......well, they need to cancel their account anyway.
Sep 24th 2010 5:05PM I purchased the Naga for myself and a friend. It is awesome. It's comfortable, very little setup and performs smoothly. Any game that uses keybinds or control groups will be easier to play with a Naga. Plus, the thing looks awesome. From the lighting to the stickers and logo. When I opened the packaging my kids eyes were as big as dinner plates. Razer delivered big time with the Naga.
Sep 7th 2010 12:32PM I want to be a noob again. My very first character in WoW was a Tauren Hunter. After figuering out how to grab a quest then turning around to see all of Red Cloud Mesa sloping down from the village was just awesome. The way the plainstriders were pacing back and forth while the well turned methodically in the distance was hypnotic. That experiance was literally the reason I played WoW for so many years. I have done many things since then but none of them ever made me stop and stare the way Red Cloud Mesa did because, for that time only, I was a true WoW noob.
When I sign in to Cataclysm as a Worgen Rogue(neither of which I have been) I want to have as close to that same experience as possible. That is why I am avoiding the Beta.
Aug 27th 2010 11:30PM As far as I'm concerned this Smallwood guy should be thanking NCSoft for banning him. He had a SERIOUS problem and someone in his family or circle of friends should have put a stop to it a long time ago. Even though NCSoft was just enforcing their TOS they actually saved this guys life and gave him a second chance at being a human being. Mr. Smallwood deserves a kick in the jewels for being an ungrateful jerk.
Aug 26th 2010 2:06PM The idea behind talent specs is to "theme" your character a certain way and then learn to use that playstyle over multiple situations including when it isn't optimal. Dual-spec was introduced so people could play their character between drastically different situations such as Heal/Tank, DPS/Tank, or PvP/PvE. If you are able to spec and respec for every situation there is no point in having talent trees at all. You'd have access to every desireable talent whenever you wanted it. In non-mmorpg's that's a cheat code.
Jul 5th 2010 12:51PM Pet stats will go up with ours when we receive a raid buff. So, indirectly, the pets are getting a benefit from the buff. If players were able to then directly buff our pet it would be getting double the benefit. Once passively through our own buffed stat and once directly upon receiving the actual buff.