Aug 2nd 2011 4:44PM "The only offering in that particular price range is a pair of black men's boots."
What about the white man's boots? Or the Hispanic's?
Jan 5th 2011 11:41AM If Hungering Cold ever became effective in this game, I'll eat my boot. Why use it here? You want to kill the worms, not use ineffective skills on them.
Jan 4th 2011 8:43PM How to cheese the worms:
- Bring a DK speced in Frost.
- Put said DK in Blood Presence
- Have DK Howling Blast/D&D worms when they spawn.
- DK kites worms across room using HB while ranged DPS has free reign to DPS worms without fear of drawing aggro.
Apr 16th 2010 9:51PM Ok, seriously, if the next 20 WoW.com articles are snippets from the chat, I'm unsubscribing from the RSS feed. One article is enough, people need to learn to read, thank you very much.
Feb 28th 2010 8:31PM If this game and STO had a love child, I'd play that instead of either game.
EVE's polish and combat, economy and skill system
STO's lore and quickly moving from system to system instead of jump after jump after jump after jump after jump after jump...
It would be glorious...
Jan 14th 2010 10:12AM /agreed
The last Twitter chat was moronic at best. Anyone who knows how to use google could have looked up all the answers they gave out weeks before. This is probably just another PR stunt.
Nov 22nd 2009 6:06AM Even with nobody around, Turkinator is total BS...we need more turkeys.
Oh and cowbell, more cowbell too. But seriously Bliz, we require additional turkeys.
Nov 13th 2008 8:25AM My entry.
Jul 11th 2008 12:40PM RESPONSE FROM DEVS AT WARHAMMER ALLIANCE
It's important to remember a few key facts:
A) The game is still in development, it's important that we make the right decisions to have a successful launch.
B) We want to make a great game, not a good game. I think we can all agree that playing a career that wasn't up to par with our standards doesn't accomplish that.
C) Capital cities require you to capture 2 of the 3 campaigns. We'll have a much more informative explanation of how city capture works but it's now even more challenging and requires the cooperation of the entire realm to march to the gates of your enemies city and conquer their king, which in the end was always our goal.
WAR, while now different, is more exciting and engaging then ever before and the cities and careers provide an experience to look forward too
PunkBuster cannot automatically do anything, including boot a user from the server.
It is purely for monitoring purposes and alerting CSR's of any suspicious activity.
It still requires a member of our Customer Support team following our guidelines for support to take any action against an account.
Many of us have played FPS's to be booted from the server for no apparent reason. This will not be the case here as any instance will still require an investigation, it simply allows us to hone in on possible troublemakers faster than ever and keep your RvR and PvE experience as fair as possible.
And nobody said that these classes won't ever see the light of day...just not the light shown on release. The capital cities, classes, all that can come back in future updates.
Apr 17th 2008 7:23PM @Being spoiled: Can't be helped. Regardless of how much internal support Blizzard already had because of their offline game brands, people have seen what a MMO with enough polish and love can do, and the benchmark has been set. First impressions are a big thing, yes, but if the dev has a prior rep, that's going to play a big part too, and AO is still a big sore in the eyes of those that were around for it's launch. If they really wanted to make amends, they're going to have to do better than this.
@Limited content: Glass is half-full or half-empty. We won't really know if either of us is right until the game launches.
@Limited space size: I agree with this, but good Lord...30Gs for the main install is outrageous. That's like 6 DVDs...you could fit every other mainstream MMO out there and their expansions with that much space and have 30x more content. I can only imagine a few months after the game launches that people start crying that their hard drive hates them with a passion for having to read so much data everytime they play.