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The Casual MMO?
20/01/2009 a las 16:30
So I've taken to reading
's news posts lately, and just recently they came out with one that I think was an especially interesting read.
You can find the full story here:
Their new editor, "Pwyff", writes a topic that has some striking similarities to the things we've been discussing
here on the blog
for the last week or so, so I thought I'd take a moment to point it out so as to add to the discussion. Feel free to post your comments and thoughts here, or in the comments thread on the story if you happen to have an Allakhazam account.
It's Patch Day! Official Venting Location
20/01/2009 a las 11:45
In keeping with patch-day tradition, here is a single centralized location to vent all of your patch day woes. Who wants to take bets on how long the servers stay down today?
Feel free to post questions, comments, annoyances, flames and trolls here—let's just try and keep it clean. The patch notes, as always, are located here:
Also—those of you who have hunter concerns might be interested in checking out
Did You Notice? Patch Changes in 3.0.8
20/01/2009 a las 01:14
Blizzard has been hard at work tinkering with professions, working on classes, and fixing a million other miscellaneous things to bring the game better in line with their vision.
In an effort to keep you guys from having to read all the boring details now that 3.0.8 (
) is live, I've decided to to point out some changes or additions which I thought deserved extra attention. To quote Samuel L. Jackson, "Hold on to your butts!"
Find out more after the break!
Wowhead Comic #9
18/01/2009 a las 09:00
I'm sure there are some of you out there that have no idea what this is referenced to, so here's a
Thanks to Web for writing another awesome comic.
Dear Wowhead... (Episode 5)
18/01/2009 a las 02:38
Welcome back, dear friends! Today we have a letter from one of my colleagues in Silvermoon City. Perhaps we can help our mutual friend here with a problem of a...personal nature. Read on!
My name is Emeline Foxfire, and I'm an initiate of the Blood Knights here in Silvermoon. Me and my husband, Colin, have been Initiates together for what seems like forever! He's my everything, and I don't know what I'd do without him. Many are the days I fondly remember training with him. We'd tap mana crystals together, and then – my favorite – we'd
the energy from some unsuspecting fool. Those were the days!
The trouble is, ever since those crazy adventurers infiltrated the Isle of Quel'danas, and the Sunwell was restored, well...my husband isn't interested in
ing anymore. Oh sure, we'll have the occasional
, but without the
, it's just not the same! It's like he just wants to get it over with as fast as possible – he doesn't take his
I don't know what to do, Malgayne! I'm at my wit's end. What do you recommend?
When Is a Newb Not a Noob?
17/01/2009 a las 03:49
Just a short philosophical question for you today, with any luck the real action will be in the comments. :)
I was having a conversation with a friend of mine today, someone who just started playing recently. Her priest is somewhere in her thirties now, and she asked me a question that I had never really stopped to consider – one of those questions that must
an answer, if you could only put your finger on what it was.
She asked me, "When do you stop being a newb?"
WoW: The Schizophrenic MMO
15/01/2009 a las 17:00
posted a comment
a little while ago, and it started to get me thinking.
I love WoW. It's clearly the most successful video game ever made. It's a beautifully tailored, wonderfully epic experience, that gets better each time I look at it. But ArgentSun's comment made me realize that aside from all the things we love about WoW, as a
, it's completely schizophrenic.
WoW, I would argue, is built around a blatant self-deception.
Village of Warcraft: Small Scale Story Telling in WotLK
15/01/2009 a las 06:00
responded to one of
about moral choices in WoW, and how they don't really exist. He says:
In other words, Blizzard is telling the story that Blizzard wants to tell (albeit with many loose ends and very, very slowly - how long did it take us to get anywhere with the new plague storyline? Almost six years?), and the players are really just along for the ride. WoW kind of has the perspective of the Tom Cruise War of the Worlds. That movie spends its entire time focusing on characters who, in any other movie, would be extras streaming past the camera.
Of course you can tell stories about people like that. But you have to stop and focus on them, and narratively speaking, WoW doesn't.
The original link is
In some ways I think I have to disagree with Nab's point. He's right about the structure. There is this two pronged duality in WoW that insists the PC is important and special while paying a lot of attention to the NPCs that, more than merely being outside the player's control, are basically unseen by a
13/01/2009 a las 23:33
So the Wowhead Blog has been active for two whole months, as of today. This seemed like as good a time as any to stop and check in on how we're doing.
So, I'd love to hear everyone's opinion. How
we doing? Are you guys reading stories that you like, or that are interesting? What are the stories you skipped over? What are the ones that you'd like to see more of? Who's your favorite blogger? How often do you check the site? And are you linking your favorite articles to your friends, hm?
I'd love to have everyone post thoughts, comments and feedback in this comments thread. I can't guarantee that we'll
it (you have to write what you know, of course), but we'll certainly take it into account. ;)
Diabolocles, Tormentor of Children!
12/01/2009 a las 23:14
This post was from a user who has deleted their account.
Dear Wowhead... (Episode 4)
12/01/2009 a las 02:39
Kindly forgive my lateness this week, dear readers! An unavoidable change of plans saw me making a quick flight back to Silvermoon City, many miles away from my usual writing desk here at the Legerdemain Lounge. Perhaps I'm in need of a letter to Miss Manners myself!
In any case, I have returned, and today I have a letter that comes to us postmarked from the Eastvale Logging Camp. Here goes:
I am a human paladin speaking for – believe it or not – a murloc from Elwynn Forest. While walking along one day, helping a young adventurer, I realized a murloc was talking to me! Anyway, on to the story. He says that his egg-mate recently left to go to another village, and he is heart-broken. He won't take my advice, but maybe he'll take yours.
Bigghammer and a Murloc
Wowhead Comic #8
11/01/2009 a las 16:15
It's me again!
Didn't have much motivation this week to give you a full comic, so I made something... unusual.
Introducing the first of what will become the Azeroth Justice League!
Milk-Man the Magnificent, defender of the weak, savior to the malnourished.
I felt Taurens needed some love, they are after all big cuddly cows. And what better way to show my love than to dress one up in spandex, red undies, and a cape.
Remember kids, don't take it seriously. I make these silly comics for my own enjoyment, and I ask nothing in return.
"If you have nothing nice to say, say nothing at all."
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