Archive for February, 2010

World of Warcraft ~ Understanding Endgame

February 14, 2010 2 comments

This post is fueled by a rant I have held back more than just once for players who simply don’t get what they’re doing; DKs in spell-power gear, Discipline Priest without Power Word:Shield on their action bars, Hunters speccing all their points in one talent tree (occasionally having half a dozen of unspent points), gemming expertise on a warlock, leaving half your rogue’s gear unenchanted…

Yes, these are all mistakes that will happen when you’re misinformed or simply new to the game.  It doesn’t take much effort, nor is it too complicated to understand what’s what to each class, but indeed it can be horrendous for a new player grasping all of these basics.  And rather than being yet another one who complains openly and successfully achieving an “Elitist Jerk” title (which surely beats a clueless failure – and what the thread starter says is pretty true). Read more…

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WoW ~ Introduction to PVP – Part 1 Battlegrounds

February 12, 2010 1 comment

A major selling point of WoW nowadays is the PVP side of the game, where players clash against one another with pure competitive spirit.  Since WoW’s launch, pvp was available to an extent, but nowhere close to what it is now.  It was lacking to say the least, and it simply consisted of promises, rather than reality.

PVP eventually evolved and out of it sprouted Battle Grounds, Arenas, and siege-powered (:P) PVP grounds such as Wintergrasp.

The main concept is having Horde and Alliance clash against one another, and blizzard seems to have done a fairly good job at transmitting realistic attitudes to each other’s side (A reference to Alliance vs Horde discussions, killing your brain cells on a daily basis!), fueling their need to beat one another and dominate the field of war. Read more…

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February 6, 2010 Leave a comment

There’s always a start, and that applies to everything.  The first step we take is most probably the most important one.  I’ve always been one for the crazy uncollected thoughts, and either repeating ideas to myself until my head burst, or writing it down and reading it over was and still is the only way for me to get it right and organized.

I’ve been interested in writing a blog for quite some time now, although WoW wasn’t the topic I had in mind back then.  I wanted to give it a shot while aiming to put myself as the audience. Read more…

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