Dec 30th 2011 11:28PM yes please, if you would kind sir.
Oct 21st 2011 4:27PM I for one was hoping this was NOT going to happen. Time to move on. I'm done. Blizzard has officially ruined WOW. Imagine what I will get done now that I don't play WOW.
I salute all my fellow WOW players and thank you for an awesome ride these past 3 years...
Sep 24th 2011 1:17PM fyi, donuts have about as many calories as a bagel with shmear... even low fat cream cheese.
Sep 24th 2011 1:14PM Second that vote for Voodoo Donuts, they have a branch here in Eugene... most outrageous donuts on the planet! Canandian bacon maple bar WITH SPRINKLES!
Sep 19th 2011 2:07PM Sorry, stupid early morning fingers (or brain, apparently) don't work as well as they should. Yes, it should read 3000g.
You are right, we shouldn't panic yet, as 4.3 hasn't even dropped on the PTR yet and we know A LOT can change even during its test runs let alone before they even release it to the PTR.
Sep 19th 2011 11:41AM All of you who think the epic gem market would be unrealistic if it were a system ala-Wrath, you are sadly mistaken. If, as Ghostcrawler says, they will be a small chance to drop ONE epic from the geode, the supply is going to be sadly limited (read very lucrative for hardcore raiders). Unless these gems are bop (which is doubt) this system is going to drive epic gem prices through the ceiling (read, on my server Ghostlands, 3000k and up for one epic).
Sep 3rd 2011 9:12PM @Noyou... please tell me you are not missing the whole Back to the Future reference in the pic above?! If you are or do not know what i'm talking about, please, stop what you are doing and go rent the trilogy right now.
Why are you still here?
Jul 29th 2011 5:15PM I think this is an excellent change... while I'm not a raiding elitist, I do feel that to should have to "do the time" to get the really good gear... gold has been stupid easy to come by since Wrath.
Spending some money at the AH to purchase the mats to have this crafted does not equal effort.
Jun 15th 2011 4:33PM You, sir, are a scholar and a poet. I almost skipped this article and then I saw the line "Everything that is, is alive. And magic? Magic is."
It was these kinds of existential debates that used to keep us up till the wee hours of the morning in college; thank you for a thought provoking read.
Jun 7th 2011 12:16AM Well, I will check in with this series one last time to see if the the Joke is finally dead; however if the Cardboard Assassin does indeed win again, then this column has become the "joke" and I will not be reading it any longer.
"We've heard that a million monkeys at a million keyboards could produce the complete works of Shakespeare; now, thanks to the Internet, we know that is not true."