Nov 17th 2008 3:53PM that noob needs to l2 hot pocket.
Nov 6th 2008 2:43PM I would love you very much if you gave me a bear.
Oct 7th 2008 8:58PM does none see that the rogue MD and hunter MD difference? I think with the rogue MD it will be used as a AOE miss direct via killing spree and hunter as more of a single target threat jump
Aug 24th 2008 1:45AM lol nice job showing up on Wowinsider guys :P
May 13th 2008 8:15AM first thing that came to my head was Tosan and Midgetlady ~korgath
Apr 25th 2007 8:14PM just so you know they are NOT coming mainly from real account i know for a fact that you can wisper with a trial accouts
Mar 19th 2007 4:30PM "Totem of Pulsing Earth" should now be better than "Totem of Lightning".
hehe so fake
Feb 19th 2007 9:46AM hmmm it didnt take long to think of the 2 classes i hate most well here they are... in this order
the reason i hate pally is 1st of ther heals just... suck if you are not speced holly 2nd is that i dont wana be a healing bich ^^
the reason i have warr is that i dont wana do the lil stance dance then get yelled at by the healing telling me to "hold the agro you damn noob" =)
so i think the best classes will always be hunter and mage and druid ^^
Oct 20th 2006 3:15PM Within the Azerothian calendar, late in the harvest season is a time to remember the Forsaken breaking away from the Scourge. While the Alliance and Horde are currently on uneasy terms, this act of great sacrifice is honored by all. During this festive time, all the cities will be decked out with spooky decorations. Some screenshots and more information may be found on Blizzard’s official site.
Innkeepers also get into the spirit. You may Trick or Treat an innkeeper once an hour. The innkeeper will either give you a treat bag or will give you a costume which will last for 30 minutes or until manually cancelled (costumes are the same as the wands listed below). An innkeeper may instead play a trick on you which will last a minute or two (usually a costume such as a snake or frog). You cannot mount or catch a griffin while wearing a costume; you can still use the tram or boats. To manually cancel a costume, right-click the buff icon. The wisp and ghost costumes automatically dispel when struck in combat; the others remain (they are dispelled should you be slain).
Hallow’s End Items
As is typical with most holiday giveaways, the items are generally Bind on Pickup and cannot be AHed or traded (although they may still be sold to a vendor).
Hallow’s End Pumpkin Treat - (BoP, 14 day duration) These candies give you a random costume buff for 20 minutes when eaten. The costumes are the same as the Hallowed Wands. You may also purchase these from seasonal vendors in Orgrimmar or Ironforge after completing the orphan quest.
Bobbing Apple - (BoP) These apples may be retrieved from the bobbing apple tanks in any inn. You can carry a maximum of 5 at any time. These apples restore 2% health per second for 24 seconds and if eaten for at least 10 seconds, result in a well-fed bonus of 25% to stamina and spirit for 15 minutes.
Treat Bag - (BoP, removed on logout) These bags are your treat for Trick or Treating any innkeeper (you may do this once per hour). Contents can include:
Candy of various types
Hallowed Wands that allow you to give a 60 minute costume buff to a party member (not yourself). Costumes include: bat, ghost, leper gnome, ninja, pirate, skeleton, wisp, or random. Wands have 5 charges.
Flimsy Paper Masks that can be worn in the head slot (female and male variants of all player races).
There are also seasonal vendors: Katrina Shimmerstar (outside the bank in Ironforge) and Rachelle Gothena (uphill from the bank in Orgrimmar). They sell four types of candy and, once you complete the orphan quest, they can also provide more Hallow’s End Pumpkin Treats:
Styleen’s Sour Suckerpop (1.25s/5, MinLvl: 5, Use: Restores 243 health over 21 seconds. Must remain seated while eating.)
Tigule and Foror’s Strawberry Ice Cream (5s/5, MinLvl: 15, Use: Restores 552 health over 24 seconds. Must remain seated while eating.)
Moonbrook Riot Taffy (10s/5, MinLvl: 25, Use: Restores 874 health over 27 seconds. Must remain seated while eating.)
Bellara’s Nutterbar (20s/5, MinLvl: 35, Use: Restores 1392 health over 30 seconds. Must remain seated while eating.)
Hallow’s End Pumpkin Treat (35s/5, Use: Enjoy a tasty Hallow’s End treat! Better eat it quick before they go bad…)
The Wickerman - Got a light?
The Hallow’s End quests are mostly for the fun of dressing up. The Hallow’s End treats you receive for these quests give you a random costume when eaten. Neither the faction or xp rewards are exceptional, and the Hallow’s End treats are on a timer and will expire in a couple of weeks. The first two are relatively easy, though, so if you’ve got the time (and like using the treats), this isn’t a waste.Horde and Alliance have different questlines.
Quest Given By Description Reward
 Hallow’s End Treats for Jesper!
Obtainable at L10 Jesper, Stormwind Orphanage, Cathedral Square, Stormwind Speak with the innkeepers of Stormwind, Ironforge, and Darnassus, as well as Talvash del Kissel in Ironforge. Perform the tricks they ask of you in exchange for the treats they offer.
Return to Jesper at the Stormwind Orphanage with a Darnassus Marzipan, Gnomeregan Gumdrop, Stormwind Nougat, and Ironforge Mint. 100 Alliance rep, 30 Hallow’s End Pumpkin Treats
Each person asks you to perform an /emote (/flex, /chicken, /dance, /train) at them (select the person as the target, talk to them to get the emote they want, type the emote, talk to them again to complete the quest). Talvash del Kissel is the hardest to find if you haven’t done the Uldaman quest lines - he’s in the Mystic Ward of Ironforge, clockwise from the Hall of Mysteries
 Crashing the Wickerman Festival
Obtainable at L25 Sergeant Hartman, Southshore Locate the Forsaken’s Wickerman Festival in Tirisfal Glade. Return to Sergeant Hartman in Southshore once you’ve done so. 6600 xp, 100 Alliance rep, 90s, 15 Hallow’s End Pumpkin Treats
The festival is located just north of the old city of Lordaeron, now the entrance to Undercity, right off the road through Tirisfal Glades. You can either run the road through Silverpine Forest or run up by Dalaran and swim across the lake. The festival is guarded by high-level elite mobs, so it’s likely that a low-level character will have to run back to his/her body from Faol’s Rest on the eastern end of the Glades. What we did was have a pet (or an expendable player ) run past the festival - running past it is sufficient to get the completion message. This allowed the other players to run in far enough to get the complete flag, then turn around and run back before they drew aggro. Your mileage (and repair bills) may vary.
 The Power of Pine (PvP)
Obtainable at L25 Sergeant Hartman, Southshore Use a Stink Bomb Cleaner to remove any Forsaken Stink Bomb that’s been dropped on Southshore. Return to Sergeant Hartman in Southshore when you’re done. 100 Alliance rep, 15 Hallow’s End Pumpkin Treats
This requires Horde characters to be trying for the matching quest “ Stinking Up Southshore” to drop the stink bombs. On Garona, the high Alliance-Horde ratio makes this a difficult quest to complete.
 Hallow’s End Treats for Spoops!
Obtainable at L10 Spoops, Orgrimmar Orphanage, Valley of Wisdom, Orgrimmar Speak with the innkeepers of Orgrimmar, Undercity, and Thunder Bluff, as well as Kali Remik in Sen’jin Village. Perform the tricks they ask of you in exchange for the treats they offer.
Return to Spoops at the Orgrimmar Orphanage with a Thunder Bluff Marzipan, Darkspear Gumdrop, Orgrimmar Nougat, and Undercity Mint. 100 Horde rep, 30 Hallow’s End Pumpkin Treats
Each person asks you to perform an /emote (/flex, /chicken, /dance, /train) at them (select the person as the target, talk to them to get the emote they want, type the emote, talk to them again to complete the quest).
 Rotten Eggs (PvP)
Obtainable at L25 Darkcaller Yanka, Wickerman Festival, Tirisfal Glades Place the Rotten Eggs in the main brew keg Chains to “ Ruined Kegs”
The main brew keg is the top one in the stack of five small kegs located behind the innkeeper on the ground floor of the inn. Stealth or rez next to the kegs and right-click to complete the quest. Some have reported being able to activate the kegs through the floor from halfway up the stairs.
 Ruined Kegs
Obtainable at L25 Beer Keg, Southshore Return to Darkcaller Yanka 100 Horde rep, 15 Hallow’s End Pumpkin Treats
 Stinking up Southshore (PvP)
Obtainable at L25 Darkcaller Yanka, Wickerman Festival, Tirisfal Glades Toss 3 Stink Bombs into Southshore 100 Horde rep, 15 Hallow’s End Pumpkin Treats
The possible approaches that have worked for others: come in from the west, hugging the wall just north of the town hall (the building across the inn) and throw into the street; stealth or corpse drag to the second floor of the inn behind the two L15 NPCs and throw in the center of the room; come in from the south around the docks (requires dealing with one guard). The inn gambit works well combined with the previous quest.