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Breakfast Topic: Do you mind being the unsung hero? {WoW}

Jan 5th 2012 9:11AM I Think it would be awesome, if there would be statue of the raid that did the realm first heroic kill off the final boss, like next to the jaw of Deathwing or something like that, with something along the lines of "For the great heroes who helped Thrall." Maybe even throw a couple of NPC's to wonder the great heroes, and throw a few praises of how brave and powerful they are, and some kids saying that they want to be just like them.

Breakfast Topic: What do you listen to while playing? {WoW}

Dec 13th 2011 4:07PM I usually also listen to music from youtube, though I am lazy, so I just pick something long enough, that I don't have to change songs too often. Luckily I found this:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHy7DGLTt8g
It's epic enough to listen to anywhere :D the only problem is, that it raises my ping, becouse of constant video downloading :(

The Queue: How I do {WoW}

May 29th 2011 2:26PM In my opinion, the only way to do it is to make the RTS tell the story of WoW up to dat in RTS form. So basically you'd tell the story Molten core, Zul'Gurub, Blackwing lair, Black temple, Karazhan, Naxxarmas, Etc. from a larger point of view. I don't know how that would work out in practise, but knowing blizzard, it would be somewhere between quite good to super awesome.

The Queue: Go away, meteor head {WoW}

May 22nd 2011 2:39PM Maybe it's too many hours playing heroes of might and magic, but I think several is over ten...

The Queue: Almost our celestial anniversary {WoW}

Apr 13th 2011 12:46PM It was explained in the comments (at least I think it was) that characters in the beta didn't get to live, and the dwarf mages on the beta were eventually race changed to gnomes.

The Queue: Nah nah nah-nah-nah-nah, nah-nah-nah-nah nah nah nah nah {WoW}

Nov 21st 2010 2:44PM Well, the warlocks don't really give you the healthstone when you trade, instead you make a reservation for the one stone they make. When you use the healthstone, the warlock takes the healthstone and throws it at your head, where it makes a wound and enters your body. How that's supposed to heal you is beyond my imagination, but what I think is it has something to do with the stones really being dehydrated babies and puppies...