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Aug 1st 2011 3:30AM Q for the Que: how did the world find out that Arthas had fused with the Lich King? the only ones to see him go up Icecrown Spire in WCIII: TFT were Kael'thas blood elves, Illidan, and Lady Vashj and her naga, all of whom immediately fled to Outland, and were evil and in no mood to tell stories in TBC, so how did anyone know it wasn't just Ner'zhul?
(also, while I'll agree that both of them were obnoxious, and while I'll agree that an edit button is a good idea, rereading really isn't hard enough to complain about and helps you spell better, which isn't needed for the internet but might be good for your job -insert starving kids in the Congo rant here- just be glad you can at least down/upvote, many forums don't even have that functionality)
Jul 15th 2011 9:36PM totemdeath: so "the internet isn't a big truck that you can dump things into, its a series of tubes"? I know thats not exactly what your saying, but it seems like an eerily similar analogy, from what I understand, there isn't really a physical limit on space for this in the same way theres a limit to how many lanes you can put on a highway without demolishing houses, there are money limits, and, if the industry was a monopoly, then maybe what your saying would be true, but as long as someone can easily make a profit by giving superior service than you and having your more informed customers switch over to them, your going to have to give good service or at least the option, these companies are not in a secret non-competition truce, if they see an opportunity to grab part of a market from another company, and their not too bogged down in bureacracy to think rationally, they'll take it, if only ten percent of the market can see through turtle ads and generation cox, then that is a niche that someone will exploit, as a side note, if I were one of the larger companies, I would do something similar to GM and Saturn in the car industry, and have a low quality mainstream service with a lot of marketing behind it and a small high quality service with little to no ads (read: the money it saves in ads it gives in service and makes a similar profit per customer, but targets a smaller audience overall) and a pr site which just listed what it did, which most people couldn't understand, with no flair, which would spread by word of mouth, making the most of both the minority uninformed and majority informed markets with different approaches, of course, I'll admit that I'm hilariously underinformed to be in this discussion ^_^ WALL OF TEXT CRITS FOR OVER 9000
Jul 14th 2011 9:39PM hmm, given that Malorne is powerful enough to fight Archimonde and is often seen in spirit forms and referred to (if I remember right) as the demigod of the wild, and, at least according to wowpedia, may have existed even before Elune, could he be the Elemental Lord of the wild? Just a thought
Jul 14th 2011 5:42PM in Vash'jir, Erunak mentions a fifth element which somehow connects animals, spirits and life in general, he does it in the quest where he tells you to speak to the gigantic shellfish demigod, this seems really druidic, so two questions, do shaman connect with the emerald dream/nature like druids do when they use abilities related to spirits? and if it's some other thing entirely, could there be a fifth elemental lord?
May 18th 2011 3:01AM heres an idea for the next queue subject! got reminded of it by the guy mentioning the its ok to be gay video,http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t1ZS8jMCouo LOL watch it before every raid, keeps me from getting angry at wipes :D
Apr 30th 2011 12:29PM in vash'jr, one of the shaman mentions that there is a fifth element, which allows shamans to connect with the creatures of the land, and maybe nature, are there life elementals? if so, could there be a life elemental lord?
Apr 30th 2011 12:26PM there are a lot of broken shaman, why are there not lost one shaman? can lost ones connect with anything, or are they just mutated demons now?