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Should Oceanic realms get their own progression? {WoW}

Sep 17th 2007 9:57PM Wow. Thats a pretty narrow minded point of view Mike. w2g in showing the Aussies that all Americans really are jerks. You report EU and US firsts as separate dont you? Is it the server farms or is it the regional division that makes you do so? The only reason Oceania doesn't have its own dedicated server farm is because Blizzard is cheap and Oceania is used to being screwed over by video game companies. I play everyday with at least 400ms and can never play Tuesday nights without some issue. Its a pretty darn different atmosphere to play WoW in. Why don't you come try it sometime?

Trust me, everything is under control {WoW}

Aug 21st 2007 12:42AM My sympathy to all my fellow Prot Pallies.

I was grinding Runecloth outside the Tomb of Uther... 6 lvl 52 undead is not a problem for a lvl 53 Prot Pally... yet I would have lower level people come try and "help me". Tagging the group with consecration helps but its just darn irritating.

At this point if I see a Paladin or a Mage pulling multiple mobs I stay back and maybe throw them a heal/buff.

Does everyone really expect us to be Retardins messing up their pulls? Even when we are using sword and board and have Blessing of Sanctuary up? Cmon. :/

Bring on the horizontal changes, please {WoW}

Aug 13th 2007 10:42PM Adding more mid-level zones won't make things better imho. There are plenty of zones they just suck a little compared to Outland. I think it really should be about refining what there is.

1. Improving the curve a little so the grind isn't as slow. It isn't racing you through... its just making it less miserable. Why wouldn't they want you to get to Outland faster?! Its fun!

2. Adding more quests to midlevel zones. There is plenty of space! More quests means less grinding if they are creative quests with high challenge and high exp rewards.

3. Raise the item drop rate across the board for miserable quests in zones that will be getting new quests. The new quests will compensate for the lost of indirect grinding exp and make people less pissed about killing 50 merlocs and only managing to get 3 eyes.

Lastly... new professions (woodworking yes!) and battlegrounds and what is all the way to go.

Say no to new mid-level zones. I rather them work on useful things. And will people stop QQing about how everything in this game is made for endgame? It isn't! Be rational will you!

The latest on Priest racial abilities {WoW}

Aug 9th 2007 10:07PM I hoped all the classes would eventually get their own racial abilities depending on class... oh well

It was nice that choosing a race meant more than just Stoneskin or improved use of Axes. Each race and class combination was going to give you a different way to play and add depth to the game. Now its just vanilla. Great.

Enter to win a Spectral Tiger Mount from WoW Insider! {WoW}

Jul 25th 2007 8:33PM Wow. Nice work guys. I totally want one of those. :)

Reader UI of the Week: Silph {WoW}

Apr 23rd 2007 10:38PM This is a really fantastic ui. I wish the submitter would put together a zip of his compilation... I could really enjoy this UI with my pally tank...

The Warcraft Armory {WoW}

Mar 1st 2007 12:16AM Could this be one of the first steps towards having the ability to access the AH and manage your inventory from say... an iPhone?

Breakfast Topic: Off to the races {WoW}

Feb 27th 2007 10:30PM Pandaren would be awesome.

It would be nice to not try and jam more races into the Horde or Alliance but rather make a 3rd neutral faction. Pandaren, Naga, Goblins, and maybe Merlocs.

WoW on iPhone? {WoW}

Feb 9th 2007 7:14PM Over here in Japan there is a dungeon crawler arcade game called Quest of D which allows you to access your character's storage account via your cellphone to preform a variety of actions including auctions and forums. If WoW had something like that it would be pretty cool.

A Shaman Primer for new players {WoW}

Feb 5th 2007 9:03PM @6 agreed. Not only am I new to playing Shamans but rather new to the game. While some of the stuff you said is quite useful. It would be great to have one or two tips on builds while trying to level your Shaman, etc.