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The Queue: Nothing {WoW}

Jan 15th 2011 1:21PM @Henrah: They don't. They do fail sometimes, and when this happens, the device gets replaced.

@ Anyone who would like more information on the technology, research RSA Token Authentication, as that is, as far as I can tell, the exact same system that Blizzard uses.

@Sbloyd: You have no clue how common that problem is in the company I work as an IT tech for. It is hands down the single most common problem we run into day to day. We use Software tokens (same as the phone Seed file, just on the computer itself), and if a user travels elsewhere and manually adjusts the time, rather than changing the time zone, it breaks the functionality.

The Queue: Nothing {WoW}

Jan 15th 2011 1:15PM Just keep in mind, if you have a rogue in the group, we can Sap Dragonkin as well. It seems a lot of people don't realize this for some reason (being that Sap used to be humanoid only, but as of WotLK, received the following buff: Humanoid, Beast, Demon, or Dragonkin)

Arcane Brilliance: Professions for Cataclysm mages {WoW}

Jan 9th 2011 1:33AM Part of the problem is, this is completely ruining the enchanting market due to an influx of materials by people other than the enchanters. I noticed immediately after this change, the cost of enchanting materials dropped severely compared to, for example, ore. Mind you, cataclysm has somewhat resolved this by making EVERYTHING temporarily expensive, regardless of how much is available, but it isn't a permanent solution, and i forsee a market flood of materials coming back any time now.

Arcane Brilliance: Professions for Cataclysm mages {WoW}

Jan 9th 2011 1:29AM I just recently actually realized why he was called Archmage Pants, and I chuckled a bit...and then went on about mah food conjuring.

Christian Belt.
Archmage Pants.

My theory, Sylvanas eventually dies, and Archmage Pants rules the forsaken, and starts a multi-faction war against warlocks of both the Horde and the Alliance. This in turn will make him severely popular, which makes no sense considering people hate Sylvanas for her hatred of the Twilight wannabe jerk-offs just past Silverpine's southern border.

Phat Loot Phriday: Eyes of Rajh {WoW}

Jan 8th 2011 8:20AM I'm sorry, but the Mail specification was put there specifically because know-nothing hunters would roll need on rogue/feral druid gear...we did not need 3 different classes competing for the same armor. I see plenty of +agi Mail, so use it and be quiet.

The Queue: The blame game {WoW}

Jan 3rd 2011 12:05PM I normally would say eww right along with you, but then I thought about it, and apparently I do the same thing...

Breakfast Topic: Who's your nemesis? {WoW}

Dec 30th 2010 12:34PM Son of Arugal -

That SOB killed me so many times when I made and leveled my first character back in 2006. I made it a point to go back to Silverpine every few months after I hit 60 back then, with the sole purpose of slaughtering any Son of Arugal I ran into.

Alex Afrasiabi discusses new zones and upcoming content on G4 {WoW}

Dec 29th 2010 11:57PM Honestly, the way I see it, it could be ANY Eastern Kingdom or Kalimdor zone, considering they all seem to have suffered effects. We will have to wait to see where Deathwing has settled into a home/nest of sorts to see where that will be.

The Best of WoW Insider: June 2010 {WoW}

Dec 26th 2010 7:57AM Just like to say, Amy's glider posts were terrible back in the day. Matt McCurley's recent one was great, he had a lot less of a bias about the situation to his post.

The Lawbringer: Glider's Neverending Story {WoW}

Dec 25th 2010 8:59PM @talkingmike: I sympathize as I, being a programmer and also a writer of OpenGL hooks back while playing Counter-Strike, have a personal attachment to some of the outcomes of the case (not that it affects me directly, but that it interests me to see how that field of the programming world is during the now).

I always enjoy seeing innovative hacks/cheat engines (not to be confused with Cheat Engine, which is an interesting program on its own). I hate seeing various companies take it as a personal attack against them. If you looked at the original judgment set by the first court on this case, it was far beyond the scope of what Blizzard should have asked for, speaking monetarily.