Aug 22nd 2009 11:54PM They said there will be permissions for who can spend the Guild Currency, so I assume that it means it will be like any other guild access and controlled by the Gm who will set the access.
I can see where this will have the ability to cause problems but I think most good guild who are forward thinking will want to get the heirloom patterns for their members. Though there will probably prioritizing based on what is released to be purchased.
I mean as far as I can tell the guild buys access to one pattern, let's say a leather chest, and then all the guilds leatherworkers can get that pattern, and anyone in guild can wear that item. I would think since it goes back to the GB after you leave a guild that would mean that once you have level up with the chest you can return it to the GB for someone else to use, but I could be wrong about that.
Aug 22nd 2009 11:46PM I am not sure I understand this comment. I am an assistant GM and I don't see how the guild could possibly get peoples' personal gold if they themselves don't make a donation. If anything it seems to me like guild members will have more gold implementing the gold gain talent. They way I understand it is a boss that drops 100g will still drop that 100g for those in the raid who will pocket 10g each but it will also drop a small percentage more which goes right into the GB, so there will be less need for donations from guildies personal gold than before.. No one is taking anything from anyone.
Aug 22nd 2009 2:23PM I think he means the effectiveness of what you create and not the 15% skill point bonus, much like with injectors for engineers as opposed to the Draenai JC skill bonus
Aug 21st 2009 9:04PM Am I the only one who thinks the female goblins look adorable? I play mostly alliance and will definitely be rolling a worgen but I can also see myself rolling a lady goblin- some of their racials are pretty awesome too
Aug 4th 2009 5:12AM I am not saying one way or another but a whole different set of realms had extended maintenance last week, which could have been blizz splitting up prep for the patch, so that argument against isn't really solid.
Aug 4th 2009 5:07AM @ Mass
Am i not correct in remembering that last week a whole different set of realms had extended maintenance? Could that have not been prep for the patch?
Aug 4th 2009 4:57AM You aren't alone. I cannot even get teh world of warcraft main website to come up.