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Legendary - The WoW Video Podcast - Buff Mages More Plz
17/03/2011 a las 01:01
Gary Gannon is hosting the show from the new GameBreaker.TV studio, and the close up cam is obviously not close enough.
Lots of stuff to cover this week:
Ask the Devs.. Oh, GG Post Cap.
Darnell Full Nelsons Blizz. Blizz Proceeds With Banning Bots.
Mages Get a Much Needed Buff :|
Titan, Yogg-Solo, and more!
Patch 4.1 - PTR Build 13750 - 3D Models (Lions and Ice Cream and Bears, Oh My!)
16/03/2011 a las 16:20
That's right -
. There weren't very many new models this patch but the ones that were included definitely stand out. In addition, we've (also) decided to post the winged lion model that you may have already seen floating around other sites. This model was actually added a few builds ago but looks rather unfinished at this time. We will, of course, post an updated version as soon as its available. So... what do you think it is?
In addition to the lion, we've also got a new Amani Bear model which is simply a recoloring of the old
Oso de guerra Amani
. No word yet on whether or not this is the finished version of the upcoming
Oso de batalla Amani
, or simply a dungeon NPC or otherwise, but judging by the fact that the Zul'Gurub raptor looks to have gotten a recolor as well, this may be the case. Laaaaaaaaaaame. Oh, well!
Also, ICE CREAMS. OM NOM NOM.
Patch 4.1 - PTR Build 13750 - Karazhan Maps Finally Here
16/03/2011 a las 05:29
When we were hit with
a lot of new maps last week
unexpectedly, everyone kept asking where Karazhan was. The answer was apparently in this build.
more maps after the break--you didn't forget how big Karazhan is, did you?
Also, it looks like the new boss in
Bastión de Baradin
that was added in last weeks set of maps is now removed which means this patch is definitely on track to be released before the new arena season starts.
Patch 4.1 - PTR Build 13750 - New Icons, Items, and Spell Changes
16/03/2011 a las 04:14
A new PTR patch has just been released. There have been the usual things you've come to expect--tooltip fixes, minor spell tweaks, and so on--mostly in response to last night's
PTR Patch Note update
. However, in this build there are also new items datamined, new icons, and some new maps which we'll cover in another post.
Notable changes include:
New items like
Tambor de guerra embrujado
Cuerno de beber vrykul
have been added--these look like archaeology finds to me! Perhaps Blizzard is making good on their word to add new things for us to dig up
A new glyph for the
Some more evidence that a redone Silithus coming very soon, with a new quest item (
Glándula de secreción de Colmen'Ashi
) and some new quests like
Mancilladores del viento
Festival de Fuego del Solsticio de Verano
got its items buffed up to respectable ilevel of 353 as well:
Capa de los gélidos vientos
Guadaña de Escarcha de lord Ahune
Embozo del frío invierno
Capa ligada al hielo
Embozo de batalla del Señor de la Escarcha
Capa de guerra del Señor de la Escarcha
Rastreador de las arenas eternas
was added to make the rare drop,
Riendas del camello de montar gris
, give a FoS and a
PTR Patch 4.1 Notes Updated (3/15)
15/03/2011 a las 20:29
The PTR Patch 4.1 notes have just been updated with some interesting class and raid encounter changes!
now reduces Arcane Explosion's mana cost by 25/50%.
now ignores 50% armor in PvP but still 100% in PvE.
Cuenca de Arathi
can be done as a 10v10 Rated Battleground.
Be sure to check out the full list of major class changes after the break!
Site Updates: Anvil and Forge Tracking, Polls for Premium
15/03/2011 a las 17:41
Sometimes things are hard to find in World of Warcraft. It's a common fact that things like the location of certain
have been the bane of WoW players existence for years. It was easy when Dalaran was our home, but Cataclysm just had to go and change that. Now they're scattered to the wind and if you're outside your faction's main capital city, all bets are off to where you might get your crafting done.
Luckily, the Wowhead staff implemented a quick update today that lets you find them in two different ways. Firstly, Wowhead now lists anvils and forges by their zone location when
you look them up
. Once you click on the anvil or forge and then the zone, a map will pop up with its location. Of course, we understand that looking up an object can be too much work. This is why you can also go to a zone instead and use the 'Show on Map' button to immediately have any existing anvil or forge be revealed on the zone map on its page. That's right, you don't even have to leave the page--try checking it out in either
Ciudad de Ventormenta
to see the change in
The Weekly Marmot - Dealing with RNG
15/03/2011 a las 16:49
Tank dead? Blame the RNG. Got stuck in the fire? Blame the RNG. Burnt your pizza? Yeah, total RNG fail. Right guys? Right?
Yeah, no. Let's talk this one over a bit. This week, I talk about how dying to random happenstance is... well, still your fault. Buckle up kids; let's do this thing:
Blizz Blues - Ep 9 - AndroBots in Ya'lls BGs!
15/03/2011 a las 16:48
We probably all agree that botting feels as though it's out of control, especially in battlegrounds. It's like we just can't mark them all afk fast enough to really make a noticeable difference, right? Thankfully, Darnell shares our grief and is here to give us a breakdown on various bot behavior so we can "getsta stompin' dat.."
Cataclysm Leveling Flow Guide: 1-60
15/03/2011 a las 14:52
Cataclysm tore the world asunder and redefined Azeroth--Eastern Kingdoms and Kalimdor will never be the same. However, as exciting as it's been to watch this all unfold, it also means that it's harder than it was before to get back into the groove of things if you have taken a break. Even starting a new alt can be a mystifying journey since all the zones have been returned and the landscape changed. Darkshore was hit with tragedy, the Barrens is split in two, and tensions have never been higher in Silverpine Forest. There’s too much to take in and it's hard to know where to start sometimes.
But don't worry--that's what we're here for, right? In addition to having
a lengthy guide to the Cataclysm changes
in our Cataclysm section of Wowhead, this post will get you up to speed on the general leveling progression of World of Warcraft for levels 1-60.
Find out where to go, what zones you shouldn't pass up, and more after the break! We've even included some fun items to hunt for to give you reasons to check out certain zones over others!
Blizzard's Dev Q+A #2: PvP
14/03/2011 a las 18:25
Coming right after the end of
their first developer Q+A
, Blizzard is now fielding questions for the next one! This time around, players are invited to ask questions about PvP in World of Warcraft. A select few of these questions will be answered by Blizzard developers by this time next week. A topic with a lot of controversy in its history, we can only hope that both the questions asked and answers received will make for an interesting read.
As this is a
Q+A, US players can submit questions
and EU players can submit their questions
Be sure to read on for the official announcement as well as the rules and procedures! Also, stay tuned, because we'll post the questions and answers as soon as they are available! :)
Blizzard's First Q+A Answered, PvP Selected Topic for Next Set
14/03/2011 a las 12:58
Blizzard posted their first wave of responses to the questions they got as part of
their global Q+A session they held through the forums
recently. I think a lot of us were hoping for more in-depth questions pertaining to game mechanics or the future of World of Warcraft, but there are still some interesting thoughts expressed in this set.
Of course, there will always be more questions coming up in the near future. The more controversial topic of PvP is slated to be tackled next; starting at 4PM PDT today, Blizzard will field PvP questions from players. We'll keep you updated on where to ask those questions as soon as Blizzard makes their official threads for them.
Some of the topics of the questions they were asked include:
Updated Textures: Will We Ever Get Any?
TBC/Northrend Leveling Flow
World PvP: Is It Dead?
Moonkins Need An Execute
Check out the full results of Blizzard's first Q+A after the break!
Introducing the Rift Database
13/03/2011 a las 00:58
Our friends over at ZAM have just released their Rift database. While we know some of you don't play Rift, those of you who do play Trion's new MMORPG will appreciate the effort that ZAM has put into building this database--it's just like Wowhead, only for Rift! It has everything you've come to expect from a good database like achievements, loot, artifacts, talent trees, and quests. There's even more content on the way. So check it out and support them in their endeavor to document everything in the massive world of Telara!
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