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Mar 30th 2012 9:39PM I guess now I know what I'm doing with that empty shelf space I've been wondering about recently.
Mar 22nd 2012 11:24AM Her dark rangers look the same. It could have something to do with being an elf.
Mar 22nd 2012 10:36AM Will Ghostcrawler be leading a Scuba group?
Mar 22nd 2012 10:35AM I did a Disney cruise last year. Best cruise I've ever done (out of a total of 3).
Mar 19th 2012 6:57PM It came up in 'The Shattering.' Anduin decides he's not fit to be a warrior like his father, and spends some time working with Dwarven priests in Ironforge.
Mar 14th 2012 4:04PM Sashes are cool.
Feb 28th 2012 10:36PM I see myself as lore nut as well, but I'm taking the opposite stance from yours on this one.
Consider this: My forsaken priest spent a long time as a volunteer in the Ashen Verdict. Before that, he worked his butt off for the Shattered Sun Offensive. Later on, in Cataclysm, he and many other characters worked together to plant a tree in the Firelands, as a druidic base of operations in the war against Ragnaros. These were bigger concerns than my priest's personal feelings about the nature of the human race, or his distrust of Worgen, or the ideological differences he had with the Draenei. The situation forced him to put aside his personal and political issues and work cooperatively with 'the enemy' to get the job done.
Fast foward to now. He and his allies are getting ready to storm Dragonblight to deal with Deathwing. He looks around and realises he's short-handed. So, he stands up, weapon in hand, and says, "I think I know someone who can fill out the team. I've worked with them before. I know that the humans are our enimies, but I think this one can be trusted. And you guys know me; I'd sooner eat an Alliance soldier than fight along side one. But we need the help, and this human can help us."
In the political atmosphere on Azeroth, it's completly possible for individual, isolated examples of friendship to cross faction lines. In fact, I'd be surprised if it didn't happen all the time.
Personally, I feel the same about the Alliance as many Horde-only players do. Only good for losing territory or getting killed in battlegrounds, what have you. They, as an organization, are my enemy. But that doesn't mean that I can't have friends on the other side of the battlefield. And, given the opportunity, I'd invite them to my Ulduar drake runs, or my guild's Dragonwrath nights, or somebody's PUG Molten Core transmog run. Because, like Mr. Rossi said, it doesn't really make sense to not be able to. Not anymore.
Feb 21st 2012 8:42PM Saw the headline on twitter, was dissapointed. Clicked the link to see the image, am now in love.
Hoping to not hear a million haters talking about Kung-Fu Pandas killing yaks with mind bullets and all the other silly, half-reasons they have to hate MoP, because that mount just looks plain bad-ass. No two-ways about it.