Nov 8th 2008 12:54PM Me plz! kktxbai!
Oct 4th 2008 8:49PM It's a game. No more, no less.
For me, those seeking to depict it as a place of learning and education are as misguided as those who would depict it as the Devil's breedng ground.
Aug 28th 2008 5:52PM I'd never thought I'd say this, but this is pretty good... for a third grader.
This is drawn by a third grader, right?
Aug 17th 2008 3:04PM Quick comment on the article:
You put an image for Ding! but didn't link it in the story. I did notice there's a link on the image itself, but the URL formatting is wrong.
Jun 16th 2008 8:59PM Typical WoW Insider post inspiration:
*random insignificant event takes place in WoW*
"Hey, that would make a good 5 paragraph rant on WoWInsider.com!"
Jun 14th 2008 2:34PM If you purchase a UPS because you're afraid of losing power during a storm, you have a serious dependency issue.
You're not doing brain surgery, you're raiding... If you go offline because of a power outage, people will cope. Sheesh.
May 11th 2008 12:24PM Skyguard Kathie.
She's the NPC to whom you turn the "Wrangle More Aether Rays" in Ogri'la. When you get to Exhalted, she says the following:
"I hope you don't think I'm a stalker or anything like that, [name].
"I mean, I know that you're real famous within the Skyguard now, and well... I'm sure that you wouldn't want to hang out with a lowly peon like me.
"But, if you ever want to get together to just hang out, or even wrangle some more rays, drop by anytime! I'll be here!
"I miss you..."
Wow. And I'm a Blood Elf, too... How daring is that? Cross-faction, cross-species unrequited love. My heart goes out to you, Skyguard Kathie.
Mar 23rd 2008 1:18PM WoWInsider has a weird mix of very informative articles on the state of WoW, and raving-fanboy obsessions about some insignificant detail of the game.
I'll let you guess on which side of the fanboy fence this article falls...
Mar 8th 2008 12:39PM These videos are SO profoundly uninteresting. I understand why the video maker makes them; he mistakes the hate for 'attention' so he keeps at it. But can somebody explain to me why WoWInsider keeps posting them?
Jan 10th 2008 6:36PM "Kaplan reveals just when BlizzCast was recorded by mentioning how Patch 2.3 "went live recently," while it actually went live last November 11, 2007, nearly two months ago. The folks at Blizzard might want to check out WoW Insider's very own podcast with WoW Radio, which airs live every Saturday and becomes available for download a few days later."
With such a shameless and unnecessary plug, do you expect us to take this post seriously? You just sound like you're patting yourselves on the back.