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Friday, April 15, 2011

Battlefield 3 "My Life" Trailer (Actual Gameplay Footage)

So normally i wouldn't post a fps trailer on  a Warcraft site, but hear me out on this i LOVE me some BF an when this comes out in the fall i wont be playing anything but this game for awhile.

Link to the full song used for the trailer here

Forum Post: Happy NOOB


I just wanted to say how appreciative I have been as a Higher Level NOOB Chick and the way other members have treated me in the dungeons.
They have been great to give advice and encouragement and it means a lot when you are petrified of making a mistake!
Their patience has been great. xoxoxox

Kudos Guys!

Much Love

Jesty 83 Blood Elf  Fire Mage Khaz'goroth
I try to do this a lot actually, sometimes people listen sometimes they don't, but i like to think i have helped a few at least. i know i've helped a few on my server and some friends who were either fresh 85's or fresh resto druids. (I wont lie i only really know how to play resto druids :\).

I have actually been known to buy people the 359 boots if i have the spare points just cause i know how hard it is to be a fresh 85 resto druid.

Once you get the gear, an get out of the "omg mana" state things become a lot easier sometimes its just there spec.  The point is tell someone if the did something wrong cause odds are they had no clue they did something wrong.  Takes like 2 seconds to speak up.

Do you try to help the noobs?  Or do you call them a noob and kick them?

I understand if its someone who you have tried to help many times and they still mess up the same way.
Like theirs this one guildy of mine (I wont name names) that since wrath i have told him that you have to gem/enchant your gear, show up to raids you sign up for and expect to be there the whole night an not leave part way through.
He still does these things and wonders why he never gets picked for raids, i have given up on him sadly.  :(  Whats your story?                       

Patch 4.1 - PTR Build 13875

A new build is being deployed on PTRs and they will apparently be brought back online. The downtime was most likely the result of a ... small problem with one of the latest Mac build and doesn't mean the patch will hit live servers sooner than we thought.

Spell Changes
Originally Posted by MMO-Champion
Death Knight (Forums / Cataclysm Talent Calculator / Beta Skills/Talents)
  • Death Strike now heals for 20% of the damage sustained, up from 15%.

Druid (Forums / Cataclysm Talent Calculator / Beta Skills/Talents)
  • Swipe now deals 670% weapon damage, up from 335%.

Warrior (Forums / Cataclysm Talent Calculator / Beta Skills/Talents)
  • Improved Hamstring now reduces the global cooldown of Hamstring by 0.3/0.5 sec, down from 0.5/1 sec.

Blizzard Art Gallery Update

The World of Warcraft: Cataclysm and Leaders Art galleries have been updated with three pieces representing the Warcraft universe.

New Warcraft Fan Art
The Blizzard Fan Art Section has been updated with nine new pieces of fan artwork set within the Warcraft universe.

Garrosh Hellscream: Then and Now

Originally Posted by Blizzard (Source)
Fortified citadels lie in ruins. Once-verdant forests burn brightly in the twilight of the setting sun. And arid stretches of desert, known to have claimed even the hardiest of travelers, now house fertile oases.

The breaking of Azeroth changed a great many things. While the altered landscapes of the Eastern Kingdoms and Kalimdor may be the most noticeable evidence of Deathwing's violent return, many of Azeroth's heroes have also undergone drastic physical and mental transformations of their own.

Some have questioned Thrall's decision to set Garrosh Hellscream into the fiery crucible of Horde leadership, but none can doubt that this Mag'har orc from Outland has charted a course for his people that will change the very face of Azeroth.

As the son of the orc credited with his people's redemption, Garrosh Hellscream has always carried a bitter mantle of duty to his kind. Before learning of his father's ultimate actions against the Burning Legion, Garrosh had borne the shame of Grom Hellscream's corruption and feared that such weakness might be found within himself. When Thrall arrived in Nagrand and showed Garrosh the truth of his father's martyrdom, the Mag'har was transformed. Filled with a renewed sense of strength and confidence, he returned with the warchief to Azeroth to be his advisor. Soon named overlord of the Warsong offensive, Garrosh displayed a courage, tenacity, and hot-bloodedness that both impressed and worried other members of the Horde. These concerns were only heightened after his appointment as warchief, as Garrosh has paid little heed to opinions originating outside of his race.

Hellscream's ascension has been applauded by most orcs, who feel that his brash warrior instincts and unwillingness to negotiate for needed resources are more in tune with the true orc way. While Garrosh appreciates public recognition, even relishes the acceptance amongst these green-skinned orcs, he has little time or patience for ostentatious displays of leadership. His attention is now focused on strengthening the walls of Orgrimmar and providing supplies vital to his people: food, lumber, and the other essentials for living, which are growing scarcer in the recent drought. If these can only be gained through the blood of selfish Alliance dogs, so be it.

Already distrustful of the other branches of the Horde, Garrosh has learned that the various leaders of these factions are more powerful than he had originally estimated. The duel with (and eventual slaying of) High Chieftain Cairne Bloodhoof was costly, as it resulted in a civil war amongst the tauren. The exodus of the Darkspear trolls from Orgrimmar, led by a dissatisfied Vol'jin, has spread the Horde's once-concentrated military mighty thin. And Sylvanas Windrunner, the Dark Lady of the Forsaken, has not been reserved in sharing her low opinion of the new warchief. Garrosh is not one for diplomacy—with the Alliance or even among the members of the Horde—and he is only now realizing the price for this mindset. Whether he sets that at a higher value than his vision for an invigorated, purified Horde is yet to be seen. In the end, some feel that Garrosh Hellscream's ideals will bring about the salvation of the Horde, while others feel he will usher in its downfall.

We'll be examining other key characters' transformations—including those of Anduin Wrynn and Magni Bronzebeard—in the months ahead, so come back soon.