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Sep 20th 2011 2:14PM I don't understand the nerf to heroic difficulty. They're optional and they don't prevent anyone from seeing the content.
Sep 19th 2011 10:19PM I think that's what makes glyphs the best example. They show very clearly how damaging inflation is to new players. It's one of the few markets that puts brand new players side by side with lvl 85s.
A brand new lvl 25 player should have the same access to their glyphs as a veteran lvl 85 player.
Sep 19th 2011 10:15PM What about a brand new player that can't afford 200g to buy a glyph at lvl 25?
Sep 19th 2011 10:04PM Pretend you're brand new to the game and go roll a new toon on a new server and start leveling. When you hit lvl 25 check the AH for the glyphs that are available to you. Those glyphs can easily cost 10-15 times more than the total amount of gold a new player has by time they reach lvl 25.
Sep 6th 2011 3:23PM "Edwin Vancleef will occasionally shout "Hey you guys!" as players fight their way through Deadmines."
Sep 4th 2011 2:21PM Stupid question, but how do I edit my joystiq profile?
Sep 4th 2011 1:52PM In May 2005, I rolled my first character, a NE druid. As soon as I zoned in for the first time there was a female NE druid jumping (and flipping) right in front of me. She whispered me and asked if I wanted to quest with her. I said sure and we set off. It was clumsy and slow at, neither of us really knowing how to play the game.
After a few hours of quests and small talk I told her I had to log off. We figured out how to use the friend list and added each other. A few days later, I logged in and just a few minutes later, I saw the little notification that she had too. I sent her a message and again we grouped up and headed out into this brand new world. This happened a few more times over the next couple of weeks.
Like clockwork, we would both login about the same time, and play for about the same amount of time. Therefore, we were always more or less on the same quest. By level 12, we were inseparable. Around level 15, we helped to form a druid only guild. I did not know anything about guilds, but they gave me 50s and promised a tabard for signing the charter.
Right around the time we got to level 20, I had a series of unfortunate events. The laptop I was playing on died shortly before my job moved me temporarily to a location without internet. It was nearly four months before I got online again. My druid friend was gone, I asked a few of my guildies if they knew anything, but no one even really remembered her. As I was scrolling through the list of people in my guild, I saw two offline level 1 NE druids. One was name Imsry(myname) and byebye(myname). They were listed as her alts.
I am not sure what I would say to her if I ever found her. However, I do with I could send her one last message.
Every few months I would roll another NE druid on that server with almost the same name and level him from 1-20, hoping that one day I might login to see her jumping (and flipping) in front of me. I eventually created nine more NE druids, and then created a second account and created about four or five more.
Aug 29th 2011 1:11PM I heard a rumor from a mildly unreliable source that a lot of the 4.3 features we're seeing are actually being pulled from the expansion to be released earlier because of SWTOR. Do you think there could be any truth in this? I'm not impressed by transmogwhatchamacallit, and miss the old Queue before every question was mog this and mog that.
May 5th 2011 8:42PM In Wrath, I had every profession maxed out, mostly on characters lvl 70ish. The announcement that I was going to have to level all these characters to 84 to accomplish the same thing in Cata was the single greatest reason why I left the game and didn't buy Cata. I liked being completely self-sufficient, not to mention the ridiculous amount of gold I was able to make with the saronite shuffle. With this change I might just come back to the game.