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Apr 1st 2012 10:45PM Psychologically there's a phenomenon where everyone sees themselves as completely justified in their actions and also a victim of other people's, and in terms of injecting realism into the game Blizzard have definitely done so--HOWEVER, there's a reason I listen to less news and play more WoW than I used to, because the weight of the world definitely gets to be too much! However I can't be the bad guy so I'm sticking to Alliance for the most part . . .
Mar 30th 2012 1:04PM I predict a severe drop in Wowhead traffic . . . this sort of junk is the main reason I leave the game for information these days!
Mar 30th 2012 12:48PM :( I wanna play but I'l be doing family stuff out of town, woe is me etc.
Mar 30th 2012 10:56AM Wow, every bit of information I hear about Mists gearing makes me happy my main is a mage whose "off-set" is for PVP. I think that this model works perfectly for pure DPS whose specs don't have too big of a difference in itemization (e.g. having a separate Fire and Arcane set is more about min/maxing than not being stupid), and that it's not too bad for players who might need two distinct DPS sets (shaman, druids) or even a tanking and DPS set. However, it COMPLETELY falls apart for healers! I'm thinking back to one of the Blizzcon panels when a guy asked if Holy or Disc would ever be viable questing specs and was basically told to shut up, stop wasting everyone's time and quest as Shadow.
I can see this being really great for all quests from lvl 1-30, when Holy and Disc are viable for leveling because you can't dual-spec yet, and when players are less likely to "know how to play," but I would MUCH rather be in a dungeon with some DPS priests with spirit gear on than with healers with no spirit--or in the case of monks & druids maybe even no int!
Mar 28th 2012 9:26AM I will probably never play Challenge Modes ever--I am excited about one aspect of them, though--the fact that jerks who use DPS meters with strangers are less likely to be in my runs of heroics.
Mar 27th 2012 12:16PM From the beta vids I've seen, the males are about the same height as a human female, shorter than a tauren or King Varian.
Mar 25th 2012 1:11PM Wyrmrest Accord (US), also I've heard there are some good ones on EU.
Mar 25th 2012 1:08PM I rolled on Wyrmrest Accord because it's where my friends who I play with already were, and I'm sort of interested in RP but whenever I see people RP-ing in /say or in emotes it seems to be made of a combination of (1) the inappropriate public sexual displays of "anime club" girls (lots of licking, pouncing, etc.) and (2) total word-salad because people forgot they're in Warcraft and think they're in some really awful sword-and-sorcery novel and the fantasy setting requires a certain way of talking. Something I overheard in the cathedral last night, e.g.: "What said thus is happening in Northshire?"
Now sometimes I can tell people are RP-ing where I can't hear, and I actually was a victim of some really cool horde RP-PVP thing in Hinterlands the other week, but for a realm that is supposedly one of the best for RP in North America? EVERYONE appears to be making what you're describing as "newbie mistakes"!
Mar 23rd 2012 12:27PM Well unfortunately the least reasonable people are the most vocal . . . someone like me is happy to make some popcorn, watch a beta live stream for 15 minutes and then get back to my actual account to work on my pre-Pandaria goals. Even looking at forum topics in most parts of this community makes my blood boil . . .
Mar 22nd 2012 10:19PM I just completed Loremaster of Eastern Kingdoms on my main and am kicking myself for not doing this . . . I need to keep my Undermine Journal addon up-to-date, I never quite trust Autionator because I figure some crazy person could be listing things for prices that will never sell.