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Poll: Which is your favorite in-game cinematic? {WoW}

Dec 16th 2011 6:21AM I voted for Wrathgate.
However, I love Arthas' last words: "I see only darkness before me".
A true, final, endless death for the King of the undead. No surprise comebacks in the future. Fin.

Breakfast Topic: What do you listen to while playing? {WoW}

Dec 13th 2011 1:22PM Wow music most of the time.
Buuuuut... when I PVP on my rogue, I want to get funked up... so make my funk the P-Funk!
When I tank a dungeon on my overgeared warrior, I listen to:
For reference look at .

Breakfast Topic: How do you adapt WoW for younger players? {WoW}

Nov 22nd 2011 9:54AM Seconding this. A computer game that never ends full of pottymouthed strangers?
No way!

Breakfast Topic: What outside things do you associate with WoW? {WoW}

Nov 21st 2011 4:26PM I'm currently stuck deep in my PhD work and somehow I find myself making warcraft orc peon sounds a lot. If you sneak up to my office and observe my reaction to a new mail from my boss, you'll hear "Work, work!". I can't help it.

The funny thing is, a former colleague of mine did the same thing. I asked him whether he could program his software in a certain way and he responded: "I can do that!" in a classic peon voice. He's not the Gamer type so I did not expect that... naturally I peed myself laughing.

GuildOx shares the most popular WoW character names by class {WoW}

Nov 3rd 2011 4:06AM I'm quite fond of my choice of names.
1. My main is a rogue, my name is robert, he is called Roguebert... I play on a german server so people call me Rougebert, Roachbert or Roughbert. Hard name, I guess. I think about changing my name to Sting.
2. My male warrior dwarf is called Starkbehaart (stark behaart, very hairy (rough translation)). It has a nice flow when spoken.
3. My Paladin is called Protagonist
4. My Priest is called Monsignore
5. My lowbie female human warrior is called Aristeia.

names out

GuildOx shares the most popular WoW character names by class {WoW}

Nov 3rd 2011 3:58AM That would be Bärenpanzer^^.

Breakfast Topic: "Blizzard's Horde bias" -- fact or delusion? {WoW}

Oct 26th 2011 8:43AM At Blizzcon, Chris Metzen confirmed that the Alliance racial lead characters have been left behind a bit. This may be due to the fact that he has invested so much in Thrall as a character.
But he also promised that Mr. Wrynn and Ms. Proudmore will get their day in the sun. If I recall correctly, Mr. Wrynn, a one-dimensional character with personality issues will work hard to be acknowledged by every Alliance faction as a the true leader of the Alliance. Every faction will give him one kind of herculean labour to prove himself to them. In the course of these labors, he'll stop being a cranky child and brooding and probably get a decent crew cut.

Breakfast Topic: Do you read the WoW novels? {WoW}

Oct 25th 2011 10:08AM Same thing here. I did not study literature (science ftw!) but I've been devouring books at an average rate of one every two weeks for years now... maybe a bit more.
I started reading before school and I inherited my uncle's SciFi & Fantasy collection when he went to university. I read formulaic trash (Perry Rhodan !!) alongside classics (Tolkien, Bradbury) high-quality innovative stuff (Zelazny, Lem, Dan Simmons, Gene Wolfe). I loved it all. But now I just want the good stuff.
I read while walking around the city, walking to work, riding the bus. Still, I feel overwhelmed by the number of novels that I still have to read (top genres: Hard Boiled Crime, Fantasy, SciFi, mixed Non-fiction). If a book has won the rights awards or comes recommended by sources I trust, I'll buy it and add it to the pile. Everything else I ignore. It's not that I'm an elitist, but reading time is precious and limited... you just have to select.

Buuuuuuut: Audiobooks are a different matter, as they don't eat away at my precious reading time. I can listen to them while I do sports or cook or clean the flat... perfect for books that won't be insulted by being processed by just half a brain ;-).
That's how I managed get through Harry Potter... I might give the Warcraft novels a shot.