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World of Warcraft: "Wolfheart" novel description now available {WoW}

Jul 21st 2011 11:20PM Anyone else think that the close up on the header image looks like Shiro Tagachi in the Guild Wars: Factions trailer?

The Queue: I've got TB on my mind {WoW}

Jul 19th 2011 10:44PM Is there a way to view a list of IP addresses that have accessed your account and when they accessed it? The new authenticator system freaks me out when I have to put my authentication code in at home when I haven't connected from any other IP addresses.

The Queue: An exclusive leak {WoW}

Jul 17th 2011 12:24PM How could they create ninjas in year 8 without the priates?! Blizzard is clearly biased.

The Queue: Bubble bubble pop pop {WoW}

Jul 12th 2011 1:42AM For anyone who doesn't realize, the video (or at least the artist) is a representation of the Night Elf with red hair that McCurley is unable to get in WoW.
/sympathy

Win an Ask Mr. Robot app code from WoW Insider {WoW}

Jun 30th 2011 11:14PM Free app for the to cheap to pay for one person?

Breakfast Topic: Do you wear WoW in public? {WoW}

May 1st 2011 11:53AM Also, if you wear your shirts with pride, you should have nothing to fear and you can really put yourself out there! Otherwise, you're just an open target for real life trolls.

Breakfast Topic: Do you wear WoW in public? {WoW}

May 1st 2011 11:50AM TBH I was a pretty shy nerd. However, putting on my J!nx druid shirt, green linen shirt, or my Guild Wars 2 shirt from PAX really helped me open up and be more social. My gaming shirts are great conversation topics and get plenty of laughs and questions from people who I had never talked to before at school! My green linen shirt even got one person to think it was from Zelda, but after I explained it was WoW, he said "Cool man!" and gave me a high-five. In fact, just the other day, one person asked me what Blizzard was (it was on the back of my druid shirt) and I felt good about explaining that I was gamer. Later that day, I wore my shirt to the grocery store I ran into some of my parents' friends who happened to be huge gamers and spent fifteen minutes discussing WoW, LotRO, and Minecraft! Gaming shirts really brought out a side of me that I hadn't really experienced before and made me a much more social person. Anywhere that I happen to where my shirts, I get comments that really brighten my day for no reason at all :D.

Breakfast Topic: Are you ready for more raiding content? {WoW}

Apr 30th 2011 8:15AM Nope. I haven't even touched the current content and I've had an 85 since Christmas. TBH life happens and school kept me busy. I barely had time to get on and do a few quests on alts. Maybe after I'm done transferring to another server I'll be ready...

Breakfast Topic: What's your favorite WoW holiday? {WoW}

Apr 24th 2011 11:51AM I would say Children's Week, mainly for the reason everyone else hates it. I don't PvP at all, but Children's Week makes it fun because it changes the intentions of what you're supposed to normally do. It makes it more fun because half the PvPers are PvPing and the other half is trying to survive and get their achievement over with! Also I get to go back and muse at old expansion geography and zones that I haven't seen for months.