While really a line from World of Warcraft, there’s nothing that can prepare anyone for this awesomeness.
I'm Edo'd, I'm cherried.. and the kid is napping (for now). Queue a ramble!
I love this article, and wish there was one for each class. I might be more inclined to work my hunter up to Outlandish level. Then again, I might not :) There is so much content available in the game these days, it can be pretty hard to figure out where to go next, or weather to bother with one quest line or the next.
Just a short bitch:
When you agree to work on some alts together... it sure would be nice if you didn't get out-leveled because your play schedule isn't as.. abundant.
So after porting everything over to Drupal, I don't bother making a post.....
So a bit of everything tonight.
I read a good article c/o Slashdot, called "the lameness of warcraft" - avaliable at http://www.slate.com/id/2153757/?nav=ais if you really want to read it. I find it remarkably accurate, though I certainly understand why the authors wishes of the following will never come true:
Blizzard has written new storylines before. Last winter, it challenged players to team up and fuel a worldwide war effort. As a payoff, it unlocked new territory. This was a good example of letting the users drive a story, but Warcraft needs more of them. New wars should break out, cities should rise and fall, and all hell should break loose at least once a monthâ€”and the players should be the ones to make it happen. After all, in a world that never changes, you can never make your mark.
After 16 days, 17 hours, and 5 minutes of "in-game" play time, Tilder the Troll Rogue finally made 60 today!
Slashdot politely posted an article about how to dupe items and gold on WoW. The article is here.
I'd like to point out, that if you exercise this bug, you are a big fag, and I hope to never play with you ever. There are ample ways of making loads of money in the game without needing to exploit some hole.
Just wanted to share that.