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Shifting Perspectives: The human druids {WoW}

Sep 11th 2007 10:11PM Iolo Morgawnwg - "ee-olloh Morgann-oog."

:-) Cymraeg YYE (Welsh FTW)

Chinese player goes 60-70 in 23 hours {WoW}

Sep 7th 2007 4:34PM Taiwan Armory:
Shows three level 70s. But it's an Alliance guild, not Horde.

Official WotLK page live {WoW}

Aug 3rd 2007 4:09PM Will we be able to use our flying mounts in Northrend??

WotLK trademarked by Blizzard {WoW}

Aug 2nd 2007 12:25PM I am not a lawyer and my remarks are not legal advice nor do I represent Blizzard in any way shape or form. However, they aren't actually trademarks yet; they're applications for trademarks. The USPTO hasn't registered them as a mark yet. Which means that they may not get registered, and it also means that they don't have to use the trademark yet. For a mark to be registered it has to be in use in commerce, which this obviously isn't at the moment. Where it says Filing Basis 1B, it's an intent-to-use, which means that the USPTO won't allow the mark to register until they're using it in commerce.

So they may be there as a false trail; like some Harry Potter trademark applications were (such as HP and the Death Head's Plot, HP and the Curse of the Dementor, HP and the Hogsmeade Tomb etc which you can still search for on TESS).

Also: the reason for filing three is simple - for each description of goods, computer games, books, and guides, there are different international classes you must file in - so computer software class would be one, books class would be another etc. You can specify all three classes and descriptions in one application, or you can do one application per class. The reason is if the USPTO refuses one class it's much easier to simply drop that one application completely than it is to maintain a single application with multiple classes that could be refused or amended. So if the comic book class was refused, they wouldn't have to reapply with the software and guides classes.

Again, not a lawyer and I do not mean to act as one (sorry, gotta say it!)

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

Jul 25th 2007 7:23PM I'd sure like it, but wow 135 comments. Fingers may be crossed, and I even don't mind paying for it. Nothing in life is free....

Class-specific features at WoW Insider {WoW}

Jun 28th 2007 1:25PM Was it really 8,000, or was that an exaggeration?

Cause 3 of those were mine... heh

Refighting the Second War {WoW}

Jun 25th 2007 1:24PM It depends on how much we can count on the Gnomes and Night Elves - in the last war the Gnomes were pretty much out of it, and the Night Elves have always been reticent about descending down to help the lesser beings. Perhaps more recent events will have cemented that alliance further, however. Also, the addition of the Draenei - a fierce and passionate race, who would put their all into any battle they are forced into, would be a tremendous bonus. They have made friends of the Alliance, and I think will do anything to defend those friendships. Whereas the Blood Elves and the Forsaken are more interested in their own agendas.

I doubt the Steamwheedle Cartel would get involved - they have too much to lose in revenue they gain from both sides of the conflict.

Blue Notes: PvP trinkets, Mage S2 armor, Focused Mind {WoW}

Jun 22nd 2007 7:31PM Notice that if it's a warlock unintended nerf it's hotfixed right away.

Anyone else? Even an issue they knew about BEFORE the patch went live? Hmm.

"Stranglethorn Hole" and the doom of casual WoW? {WoW}

Jun 14th 2007 3:28PM I hate Stranglethorn Vale - so much so I've levelled to 61 so far and I've set foot into the zone maybe twice, both of those by boat from Ratchet.

So you can actually get from 30-45 without Strangelthorn Strangling Syndrome..

PTR patch 2.1.2 tonight {WoW}

Jun 6th 2007 7:06PM For a minute I thought that Molten Armor had a cool, new icon.