Aug 31st 2011 3:03PM Really hit and miss for me. There are about as many clever lines as there are vapid ones. That's probably intentional, but that made it difficult for me to want to finish it.
Aug 1st 2011 1:22PM "One of WoW's biggest issues that currently plagues Blizzard (as well as the MMO genre in general) is the existence of a gray market in which companies sell in-game currency to willing buyers against the game's terms of service."
It's not a "gray market." It's a black market. There is no gray market.
Jul 14th 2011 2:23PM Profits ALWAYS come first for a business. Anything that leads to them is focused on only as much as needed to ensure them.
May 23rd 2011 1:13PM Between this and Archeology, Blizz seems to really have it out for bag/bank space. :(
May 23rd 2011 12:59PM Oh, I took part in the Twilight Highlands conflict many times while doing dailies by killing as many Dragonmaw as I could as quickly as possible so a flood of Wildhammers would storm any Horde doing their dailies. :)
Question: Undead mobs seem to have the largest aggro radii of any mob type in the game. Is this to make them seem more fearsome? Or do undead things in Azeroth have some special sense that allows them to hone in on the living?
May 13th 2011 3:18PM The warlock set looks so boring in these shots. Maybe it will look better in motion.
Apr 9th 2011 3:32AM *main, *learning with strangers
And with those screw-ups, I'll shut up now. :/
Apr 9th 2011 3:31AM This still won't coerce me to play my pally alt. I'm already skiddish enough running with strangers on my mains lately; I can't bring myself to endure learning with them. Want people like me to take a chance on something new?
Let us have a novice queue.
Apr 7th 2011 1:28PM . . .Because this tactic worked so well for Oculus.
Oh, wait. . .
Apr 7th 2011 1:17PM Each individual minion can fill many niches. I'm guessing this is why we still have a spec-dependent DPS trade-off amongst them. To have them fall in line with your description of the hunter model would mean removing many of their smaller utilities in favor of promoting a larger single one.