Nov 19th 2007 7:59PM I promise I won't say anything else on the matter after this but communism, without the human element = win.
It's our corruption that stands in the way of a successful communist state where no one is poor or unemployed and everyone is equal.
Nov 19th 2007 12:01PM Orc: Yeah just keep going straight on until you get to the Fel Reavers & turn right at the Dark Portal.
Onyxia: Straight on Fel Reavers, right at Portal... Starbucks here I come.
Orc: Wait! You forgot to pay the congestion charge!
[Shadow Flame Ensues]
Nov 17th 2007 5:14PM Uh yeah. Hypothetically I agree, your theory and argument for why these changes are good is sound. But my Battlegroup is far from balanced and now Alliance have lost their only balanced Battleground - in that it was about 50/50 to win. Now even completing the BG daily quests is an epic task because we've got around a 10% chance of victory in each BG.
Nov 12th 2007 1:12PM I actually laughed when you said 'I can see it in their eyes' - patronise much?
As for the deep and philosophical section on the 'meaning of words': Yes words have meaning, that's why they're so handy as a form of communication. As to why I'd say 'nigger' as opposed to 'asshat'? Because I can, because it's got a more agressive sound. As to words hurting people - well gee gosh golly let's ban every other goddamn word in the English language which offends someone's sensitive nature.
Oh and yeah this is me. Internet or no internet I'll call moronic sheep such as yourselves out when you start preaching. Wonder why I haven't been killed yet? Me too, although I just figure it's because people want to be free. And if that means taking verbal so they can give verbal then that's fine with them.
Nov 12th 2007 12:07PM Fucking whinos.
So what if we swear? So what if we call someone a nigger, a jew or a spic after they've ganked us for the nth time? I propose that it's you as needs to grow up, not us.
Why? Because we're fine with meaningless colourful language. We're not promoting white supremacy, eugenics or fascism. You are. By making racist slang into taboo language you're implying there's something wrong. What's wrong is one human being acting like a child to another human being because he/she is the new four-eyes or freckle-face! It's childish behaviour and if you don't treat it as such you're adding to the gap between our cultures.
As for censoring us - that's good ol' fascism right there. I know WoW isn't a 'free land' and guilds are anything but democratic most of the time but that doesn't stop what you're doing from being inhumane.
So yeah - grow up and drop the PC attitude, which isn't helping anyone.
Nov 10th 2007 1:54PM Nobody likes a hypocrite Armath, especially one who spends x hours a day playing a game where war is the driving point behind all the game's lore.
Or you're just an idiot, the 'and souls' bit of your post suggests you're that way inclined.
I giggled at your remark that, despite your anti-war attitude, the writer should go partake in some good ol' fashioned people killin' himself in order to, effectively, quote Sun Tzu... Or y'know, that you just struck out at a whole genre of film and literacy...
Nov 10th 2007 12:37PM I wuv yoo!
But seriously, consider me subscribed to this column. Nice lengthy articles about true PvP, not that quasi-PvE Arena jazz.
Nov 10th 2007 12:28PM Chris you lied. I see no blue beam 'melting' faces in that movie.
Nov 9th 2007 7:02PM As long as they get it right with the DK I will be overjoyed to reroll one as my main in WoTLK, if they get it wrong then I've got a Paladin twink I'll grudgingly level.
Of course I won't switch at all if Shadow Priests get to wear platemail. Yeah - I went there. =)
Nov 8th 2007 12:05PM Complete class review. Not touch ups or buffs. A complete overhaul of the entire class.
Blizzard and the Shaman player base need to agree on a general Shaman philosophy and then build the class up from that.
Because what can you buff to make the class balanced without taking away its individuality or making it overpowered? Shaman are the equivelant of a pair of sneakers that have been passed down through generations and are, in truth, more patches and duct tape than actual sneakers.