Feb 8th 2011 5:39PM If we can kill Malygos, we can kill Deathwing.
Feb 8th 2011 4:52PM I will never get an authenticator. It's a bad idea, too dangerous, and I don't see why WowInsider feels the need to keep pushing another of Blizzard's products on us.
Jul 10th 2010 3:45PM I should have been more clear. I didn't mean legally cheating, as in breaking the terms set forth by Blizzard. I just meant cheating in the way that you cheating when you enter cheat codes into WCIII for example. You're not breaking any official rules and you're perfectly free to do it, but you're not really getting the full experience as it was meant to be played. You're cheating yourself, essentially.
Jul 10th 2010 3:36PM You're not crazy at all. That's how the game is SUPPOSED to be played. Things like heirlooms and having your main give alts gold and bags are cheating. It's always been my opinion that heirlooms should never have been introduced to the game in the 1st place. Major props for doing things the right way.
Jul 5th 2010 2:12PM It's a GAME. Nothing should be off limits. To be completely frank, and with all due respect, even asking this kind of question tends to encourage people to consider that maybe some things should be censored and reinforces the PC mindset that we've had pounded into our heads. Actually I think it would be a good idea for Blizzard to deliberately include in-game references to real-world events, both good and bad, on a regular basis. We need total, absolute, complete, and unfettered 100% freedom in our games and not concerns ourselves with the morons who believe in protecting our weak sensibilities for "our own good".
May 20th 2010 4:17PM We don't know that there will be a lore reason for players to re-enter DM and SFK and clear them out again. They could simply be more difficult versions of the same exact instances, much like the current heroics that we have now, or the new Onyxia's Lair. When we run heroics or new Onyxia, nothing has changed with the story since the "normal" versions, it's just for fun and better loot. They may well keep the old verions along with the new, and you can choose which one you want when you enter.
Apr 3rd 2010 1:57AM 1) The priest did nothing wrong in the first place. He owes no apologies to anyone.
2) This is not information the guild needs to have. It does not benefit them in anyway.
3) Most importantly by far: Never snitch. For any reason. N-E-V-E-R.