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The Queue: Important Mat McCurley super-fan meetup bulletin {WoW}

Feb 17th 2012 12:33PM Falcor. He flies EXACTLY like Falcor.

Heart of the Aspects video and giveaway {WoW}

Feb 15th 2012 1:43PM I would enjoy this mount.

(sorry if this is a double post...I think there was an error in posting.)

Heart of the Aspects video and giveaway {WoW}

Feb 15th 2012 1:41PM I would love a mount plz.

The Queue: I write about elves on Usenet, Mom {WoW}

Feb 14th 2012 10:51PM Anyone happen to know what the locked door across from Old Ironforge is?

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway: Foam Sword Rack from WootLoots.com {WoW}

Dec 29th 2011 5:25PM I would absolutely, positively love to have this. Enter me, please!

The Queue: You'll watch this video at least twice {WoW}

Sep 3rd 2011 10:24PM I may be wrong, but didn't Blizzard say that Deathwing would continue to appear in random zones until he was killed by the realm first?

Scattered Shots: Yes, beast mastery can raid {WoW}

Aug 4th 2011 4:29PM I have to thank you for this article, Frost. I'm just hoping more people will read into it.

One thing I have to say, though. DON'T bring in a tenacity pet just for the buff. The only exception for this is a worm for massive AoE. Your DPS will drop off SIGNIFICANTLY. It is not worth it, and you won't be able to defend yourself against people by saying you're bringing a buff.

Scattered Shots: Yes, beast mastery can raid {WoW}

Aug 4th 2011 4:25PM I'm gonna put in a small correction here. Still stop them from bringing in non-ferocity pets. A tenacity pet can lose a few thousand DPS, which isn't worth it for that one minor buff.

Opt-out option incoming for recent authenticator security change {WoW}

Jul 27th 2011 10:28AM Everyone keeps bringing up this "a hacker can now log in to my account in game without being asked anything".

The only "hacker" that could access your account would be your roommate. That's if he already knows your password, and he uses a computer that has already logged in to that account (where the example of logging in to a desktop, then a laptop, doesn't work, since both computers have been logged into before). There is no security exploit further than someone you know taking your password and your authenticator to log in, which is already as far as it went with an authenticator.

Opt-out option incoming for recent authenticator security change {WoW}

Jul 26th 2011 8:54PM No, I'm not being pretentious. You just happened to prove my point.

Do you honestly believe that Blizzard would have implemented any type of security authentication system, and then immediately abandoned how secure it was?