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Breakfast Topic: Leveling to 80 {WoW}

Sep 5th 2007 8:48AM I love playing this game and I really enjoyed leveling in BC. I know leveling in WotLK will probably be equally, or even more enjoyable than BC was. I'm sure the instances on the way from 70 to 80 will all be good stuff as well. It will go by fast as BC leveling did.

Tigole on Zul'Aman: Have fun storming the castle! {WoW}

Jul 13th 2007 10:18AM @17: Try doing daily quests.
10 quests a day, where each nets you 11g approximately
That's 110g a day if you complete them all.
770g a week if you fill your quota for 7 days in a row.
Even if you don't manage to complete them all, they are quick and provide a steady income. Nobody has to complain about money in WoW anymore - it might take a bit of time to get the three digit numbers, but you will get there without to much effort. Don't be lazy.

To stay on topic. I'm looking forward to this instance. I loved ZG and I hope this one will bring a bit of the old jungle feeling back. Karazhan is getting boring and more 10 man content would be excellent to tackle, especially when you don't have the 25 people online to go into the big instances.

What do you think will be announced at BlizzCon 2007? {WoW}

Jul 10th 2007 4:34AM I hope they will announce the next expansion for WoW and a few details on what it will be about. They did say "one expansion per year", but since BC came in January 2007, the next one can come in December 2008, but I hope this is not the case. WoW is getting stale so they have to push content quicker.

I think it's to early for Blizzard to start announcing their next MMO, but I think they are definitely working on one. I hope its a StarCraft MMO.

Blizzard banning players in game for forum stupidity? {WoW}

Jun 4th 2007 10:44AM Ban them. This kind of silly behavior has been going on long enough on the official forums and it's about time to knock out real punishment to those that are destroying (or have almost completely destroyed already) the community for the rest of us.

Your forum profile is an extension of your game profile/subscription. If you break the policy in game, you loose your forum account. If you break the forum policy, you loose your game account. Should work both ways in my opinion.

...and Mages and Warlocks too! {WoW}

Jun 4th 2007 6:35AM I have 70 rogue, 70 lock and 65 mage, and my ignore lists are HUGE. If a person is really polite and nice I might conjur food and water for them on my mage, but by default I dont accept trades on my rogue and I usually just say "no" to "summon me plx?" whispers. If they are polite, I usually point out that there is a summoning stone in every zone in Outland and finding 2 guild mates to summon you shouldnt be that hard.

What would you like to see in the next expansion? {WoW}

May 31st 2007 10:31AM What about a 3rd faction? Not aliance or horde, but a new faction with same classes but different races. Naga-split off faction or something. Would make PvP intresting when you can be attacked by 2 players that can turn on each other in mid fight (I dont PvP btw).

No more levels please, it takes long enough to get to 70 now - if there are new levels, the XP for sub 60 should get a triple boost to lower the time you have to spend in ghost towns. This would also help the new players come into the game (granted they would be noobish at 60, but Outland is still harsh and thouse 10 levels are a good enough learning curve.

New profession cap could work.

There are so many things that could be very cool to get, and I'm sure Blizzard will surprise us with something good.

Hybrid Theory: Getting into raids as an off-spec {WoW}

May 31st 2007 4:55AM I am a raid leader and I do like hybrids allot in the raids. I especially like paladins and druids but I have to say that gear is half the battle and talent is the other half. Our healing paladin is a great OT when we need it and he can take the hits and hold the aggro. Our OT druid is a great damage dealer when in Cat form and DPSing trash. The classes I avoid taking into Karazhan for example are Retribution Paladins and DPS warriors. Retribution Paladins just don't bring the damage and sorry to all those DPS warriors, but you pull aggro to much and your damage isn't that good. Maybe it's just my experience with DPS warriors in raids but to me they just don't work well.

I encourage hybrids to show me what they can do, because as a raid leader I need the information. I try as much as I can to investigate what your class can bring, but if your a talented hybrid you really have to show me and prove to me how you can work within the group. At the end of the day it's not about the limitation of your class, but the limitations of the player. A good hybrid is always welcome to my raids.

Breakfast Topic: Top 5 reasons you die in WoW {WoW}

May 9th 2007 9:22AM 1-5) "And wow! Hey! What's this thing coming towards me very fast? Very very fast. So big and flat and round, it needs a big wide sounding word like... ow... ound... round... ground! That's it! That's a good name -ground!
I wonder if it will be friends with me?"

To click or not to click? {WoW}

May 4th 2007 10:33AM When I played Rogue as my main, I only used the mouse to adjust my field of view and keyboard shortcuts for all of my actions, but now when I have switched to Warlock, I find that I'm using the mouse more and more for situational clicking and I still have heavy keyboard shortcut usage. The warlock is a very heavy clicker, especially on multiple targets, where a rogue is more of a key basher and positional role.

Last night on Romeo and Juliet I was the only caster so I was spell stealing with my felhunter and dotting both targets and it was action intense with both my mouse and keyboard - really good fun. I think everyone just finds the way that suits them the best.

Macros are also a really good thing to learn when you find that maybe your doing to much clicking and key bashing - usually can find simpler methods of doing your job.

Daily quests for casual players irk the hardcore {WoW}

Apr 20th 2007 5:40AM The only reason I see for this kind of quests from Blizzard is to time-block the content they are providing. They are trying to defend this by saying this benefits the casual player, but in reality it just restricts the casual player even more to the content. A casual player usually focuses on 1 or 2 things at a time, and sometimes doesn't even play every day. I know players that only play on weekends. This kind of time / grind restriction is nothing but a time-block and saying otherwise is just trying to take the attention away from the actual goal. I'm angry at this decision because I see Blizzard putting in to many time-blocks into the game already. All this hype about the Black Temple right now and 95% of the raiding scene will not see it until next Christmas if they are lucky. Good going Blizzard, you still continue to mess up.