Apr 1st 2012 9:58AM The ones that make me laugh are the people who complain about spoilers on a prominent data mining website.
Mar 14th 2012 3:10PM Do not attack these guards! They all have the High Warlord's Pig Sticker... they are srs pvp.
Feb 27th 2012 9:29AM Booooooooooooooooooooooo
Jan 9th 2012 10:14AM I name my characters after the Latin Binomial names for different organisms (B.S. in Biology)
Scolytus - Bark beetle
Ips - Bark bettle
Vivax - Malaria
Corone - Crow
Gyps - Vulture
Jan 2nd 2012 11:32AM I think storing it in your email is just as secure as anywhere else (provided you have a secure password - 8 digits long, caps and lowercase, numbers, no dictionary words, etc.) Besides...the way I look at it if someone has access to your email you are pretty much hosed anyway, beyond just gaining access to your WoW account.
Here is the email I got when I had to get the authenticator removed from my account:
For your convenience, I will remove the authenticator pending proper account verification so that you may download and attach a new one as you see fit. Please reply from the email address registered to the Battle.net account with the necessary information. Please note if you did not write down the previous authenticator's serial number and are not able to access it, scroll down further for instructions on which additional information we will need in order to remove it.
BATTLE.NET AUTHENTICATOR key chain instructions:
Please provide the following:
- Battle.net Email Address:
- 10-digit Authenticator Serial Number:
(This number is located on the back of the authenticator in the format of XX-XXXXXXX-X)
BATTLE.NET MOBILE AUTHENTICATOR instructions:
Please provide the following
- Battle.net Email Address:
- 12-digit Authenticator Serial Number:
(To find this number, start the application; press the "Menu" button, followed by the "Setup" button. The number will be formatted as US-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX)
IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO PROVIDE THE AUTHENTICATOR SERIAL NUMBER, YOU WILL NEED TO INCLUDE ANSWERS TO ALL THREE (3) OF THE BELOW QUESTIONS:
World of Warcraft account name associated to the Battle.net account:
World of Warcraft CLASSIC Authentication Key associated to the account above (CD key for original WoW game, if you are unable to provide the original CD key, please include one from the expansions):
Secret Question: XXXXXXXX?
Answer associated with the Battle.net account:
If you have additional questions or concerns, please reply to this email. If you would rather speak with a representative directly, please contact Account and Technical Services. Our contact information can be found by clicking the Customer Support link below.
Jan 2nd 2012 11:14AM If you are going to use the Mobile Authenticator App, do yourself a favor and email yourself 1. The Serial Code and 2. The Restore Code. These two things will be very helpful in the event that your phone and/or mobile authenticator become unavailable (ie if your phone - requires a factory reset, is lost/stolen,or is replaced with a new one).
Dec 29th 2011 12:50PM yay
Dec 28th 2011 2:36PM Dragon Soul was a great dungeon, having completed it on normal mode and dabbling in heroic modes (I've never been much of a heroic raider before) I feel like this expansion has all but come to an end for me. If there is no additional content before MoP I'd say that it is highly likely I will be taking a break from WoW.
The major reason why I didn't sign up for the year commitment is that I wasn't sure if there would be more content. I would hate to be paying for a game that I'm not even playing, especially when I have such an extensive back catalog to catch up on (Skyrim, Skyward Sword, LA Noire, Dead Space 2, Torchlight, Mass Effect, StarCraft 2 to name just a few). If they want to keep my $15 a month flowing I'm going to need MoP soon or another Raid.
Dec 27th 2011 11:17AM Seems like a good chance to get into this game
Dec 26th 2011 10:55PM Merry Christmas from North America.