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A parent's guide to World of Warcraft for kids {WoW}

Apr 27th 2011 9:25AM "Is WoW appropriate for children? While we're sure the inevitable trolls out there are already clicking straight to the comments to revile the very idea of allowing children into Azeroth"

This is a completely inappropriate comment. Did it ever occur to you that some parents might think differently than you? MMO's are inappropriate for children. If you supervise them and turn of 95% of the content of a MMO (chat channels, groups, guilds, etc.) then that makes a very boring game. I'd rather let my children play single player games (supervised and with limitation of course, children should be playing outside with friends) with more depth until they are old enough to understand MMO's and how to behave (around 14 years old, if you raise you children to be mannered).

Just don't open up your article with a line that insults a lot of parents.

Thank you.

Ghostcrawler chats about interrupts at the Dev Watercooler {WoW}

Mar 30th 2011 5:01AM @Artifical

It is not stupid at all. In fact, if Blizzard did it this way it would be so easy to balance. Just slap some 'fire mage damage increased by 17%' and 'fury warrior damage decreased by 6%' debuffs on the players when they enter a raid.

It is easy to balance around pvp if you don't have to take pve into account. Boss health and enrage timers can be adjusted accordingly.

Easy solution, problem solved, everyone is happy. PvPers have balance, PvEers do competitive damage.

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