Apr 3rd 2012 1:15PM Queue readers, for an expansion, would you rather have 1 new class with 3 specs (like the Monk) or give 3 classes 1 new spec each?
Mar 28th 2012 12:02PM @Drakkenfyre
In "World of StarCraft", chose from one of ten exciting classes as you enter the epic life of a Terran colonist!
The Protoss come and purify the planet within five minutes of gameplay. The end!
Mar 25th 2012 8:49PM Well, there's also a portion of the fanbase that DOESN'T think there's a well-written story behind any lore developments since Wrath of the Lich King (or earlier). Instead, they believe the creative development team just makes plot and character developments without fully thinking of their causes or consequences, and fans and fan sites like WoW Insider are filling in the logic and thematic gaps as best they can.
Mar 23rd 2012 9:14AM Hey! We can't call it a beholder without the blessing of the wizard who lives by the coast.
Mar 18th 2012 12:09AM T-Rex - Get it On (Bang a Gong) http://youtu.be/TVEhDrJzM8E
Mar 17th 2012 9:51AM Well, with 10 million players, maybe there IS a guild out there saying, "We did allow them, but then it led to a cybering orgy in Dragon Soul, so we stopped." I doubt it, though.
Mar 15th 2012 10:24AM @iscalio And don't forget the $10,000 bill, which has all the presidents having a party, and Jimmy Carter's passed out on the coach, according to the "Mr. Plow" episode of The Simpsons.
Mar 12th 2012 9:21AM I think the idea has to do with broader video game RPG tropes. It's common to have a healing female character in video games (Marle in Chrono Trigger, Aerith in Final Fantasy, etc.), so players of both genders end up being more likely to roll female characters when they intend to make a healer. And when we enter situations like dungeon finder where we don't use voice chat and assume players share the same gender as their characters, it creates the impression of there being lots of female players playing healers.
Mar 12th 2012 9:11AM I wouldn't say it was a negative stereotype; I think Olivia took issue just because it's plain ol' incorrect.
Tanks and healers are both venerated in my experience.
Mar 12th 2012 9:03AM By now, we sadly have evidence that a "mean killing machine" can lurk in pretty much people of every gender... hell, pretty much every category in the grouping system of humanity.