Apr 3rd 2012 7:33PM The only problem I have with the difficulty of LFR is that entire mechanics are missing. I wish they hadn't removed or changed mechanics at all, just nerfed them. Yes learning to bounce the ball in a pug would have been painful but not impossible. I don't know about spine though. Maybe if the fight were how it was described the the Post Mortem the other day. The upcoming changes to the loot is very welcome.
Mar 26th 2012 12:16PM As I read this and post glyphs, there is a very "nice" discussion/educational session on the use of your compared to you're in trade. The guy is having a very hard time with the concept.
Yes I know that isn't a wow word.
Mar 22nd 2012 6:28PM I for one am really miffed about this. The "out in the world" excuse is lame. Secondly Blizz is full of bright people they didn't have the foresight to think about what all we may do with it? Just a really crappy move in my opinion.
Mar 16th 2012 9:49AM All good Ideas. I don't mind most dailies. The problem I have is how quickly the become obsolete for most. There are some (my wife) that like to do the all everyday. There needs to be something to keep them somewhat worth while after you have gotten your upgrades. The random item bag was a nice start in Molten Front. The commendations from TB should have something similar. Even a way to convert them to another currency, even if the exchange rate is horrid.
Mar 7th 2012 8:00PM @rovingbandit21
"I have never gotten any game I bought on Steam to work for more than 2 weeks."
Wow sorry about your luck with it, but I have never had any problems with steam. Never used Origin and do not really plan to. WOW takes up most of my gaming time. If I need a little break or whatever I download a demo from steam. I do have all the Half-Life titles on it, Portal and several others.
Point is, I just hate to see someone has had a bad experience with a service that has been great to me.
Mar 6th 2012 11:35AM You are agreeing to sub for one year. How you pay is up to you. My 3 accounts (Me, wife, & daughter) are all on recurring 6 month payment plans.
Mar 5th 2012 7:50PM @Khirsah
Well said. I PVP on my DK and I love when a frost mage guns for me since it usually ends badly for him. However, I hate it when my head starts swirling from a sap. At least the ends usually comes quick.
Feb 24th 2012 9:39PM Noyou is correct. You pick your race, sex, faction etc from a random number. Still I think it would make a great series. Let the authors all do it and see how gets the farthest. Maybe a rule that if you randomly pick your normal class you pick over.
Feb 21st 2012 9:27AM Some thoughts on this. Personally I think something like this could only benefit the game. I don't even think it has to be a live summit. It could be something as simple as a new official forum that only guild leaders can post to, anyone can read though. They could do some type of webcast. All the way up to an in-person conference. The point is the broader the feedback they can acquire the more well rounded improvements we may see.
Feb 20th 2012 3:38PM "The argument brought up by those opposed to the summit is that guild leaders -- and especially the leaders of the largest guilds -- are usually raiders."
This could be addresses somewhat by scaling guild xp to the number of accounts in the guild, with a minimum of ten. (OK I know that doesn't help any small guild presence at the summit) What it does do, however, is bring small guilds back into play. I like the idea of a summit like this, but all styles of play should be represented.