Mar 3rd 2011 2:08PM Since you're here doing all this appreciating, I think you've got a nice rack, too.
Oct 26th 2010 1:27AM Forgive me, Blizzard, if I fail to jizz in my pants on command.
Oct 15th 2010 2:40PM Mr. Gray you are confusing me. "Once you've earned the most advanced talent in your main tree, your other two trees will become active" sounds like it's about getting the last-tier item regardless of how many points you spent, but I thought it was once you've spent 31 points (regardless of how far down you get). No?
Oct 13th 2010 1:25PM "All mounts that previously allowed you to fly at 310% have been converted to standard flying mounts, it is your skill that determines your flight speed."
So there is no longer any "310% achievement mount" we can earn and save the 5000g? That's a tall stack of crap.
Sep 29th 2010 4:42PM tell me about the level 30-something raids, i have not heard of these before?
Sep 15th 2010 2:39PM "Factions do not matter in comparison with this one, ultimate choice. (As a real-life analog, Zoroastrianism is fairly similar.)"
This is what I've been trying to TELL you guys! Geez.
Jul 8th 2010 3:03PM This gets amazing when you look from the perspective of a given race and see how different the leveling experience will be, zone by zone. Check the zones in the approximate order you (used to) normally get to them for night elves, for example:
Teldrassil - minor
Darkshore - MAJOR
Ashenvale - MAJOR
Stonetalon - MAJOR
Barrens - RIPPED IN FRIGGIN TWO - AND BOTH MAJOR
Desolace - MAJOR
Thousand Needles - MAJOR
Jul 8th 2010 1:05PM Well I do recall one of the WoW.com bloggers informing us recently that Garrosh was only going to be the "INTERIM" Warchief, but now I can't find the article. I've been wondering what that characterization implies ever since, and who the next "real"/"permanent" Warchief will be.
As I can't fathom how they'd program a "Horde civil war", i.e. a faction's disintegration by race, into our playing experience without destroying guilds/raid teams, I'm guessing Garrosh will be in charge for a period not to exceed the duration of exactly one expansion, and quite possibly less.