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Turtlenecks Are In This Year
11/03/2009 a las 02:23
So for those of you who have been following
—which you should be if you're interested in early warning info about the upcoming patch—you'll notice that Boubouille has posted the
final model preview
for the tier 8 armor sets!
He's posted a
showing a full 360 degree 3D view of each armor set, as well as a high-definition screenshot showing them on every race/gender combination.
The URLs are:
So what are your favorites and least favorites? I like the Shaman and Druid sets—Druid especially, I think it's nice to see a Druid wearing something that actually looks like
. Warrior's pretty good too, it feels very Norse. Least favorites are the Paladin set (I know, right?) and the Rog
What a Long, Strange Trip It's Going To Be
07/03/2009 a las 07:00
It appears that on the latest PTR build, Blizzard has removed the
Brew of the Year
achievement from the list of requirements for the
meta-achievement—and by extension, for the mega-achievement
What A Long, Strange Trip It's Been
. Death Knights now no longer have to wait until 2010 for their shot at the
This is coming hot on the heels of another PTR change which was announced some time earlier regarding the
Fool For Love
meta-achievement (which, like the
achievement, grants a title). For those of you who missed it, the notorious
achievement which spawned so much drop-rate related controversy, has been nerfed: You now only need to find six[
02/03/2009 a las 20:06
Wowhead is proud to announce the launch of
ZAM.com is a centralized news portal and game hub for MMOs of all shapes and sizes. Through this portal we'll be covering all sorts of MMO related content, including classic games like Everquest and Final Fantasy XI, new games like Warhammer Online or Age of Conan, as well as upcoming games and Free-to-Play projects. ZAM.com will serve as a hub for editorial content across the entire ZAM Network, as well as a portal for access to our other sites, including
Online Gaming Radio
Head on over to
and take a look! The official press release is after the break.
Edit: For those of you interested in signing up, you can log in with your existing Allakhazam account if you have one. :)
Holy Cow 30 Minute Hearthstone Cooldowns
26/02/2009 a las 21:35
This is a short post but I had to bring this up.
According to the legendary Eyonix, 3.1.0 will be removing the ability to "ghetto hearth" using instance groups. But it will
be changing the cooldown on hearthstones to 30 minutes.
The World (of Warcraft) changes again.
I will tell you what, guys. I'll bring this up with the designers. Though the hearthstone is reasonable, since many of you have become used to "ghetto hearth" style travel, it may be deemed an appropriate change.
I can make no promises.
Update: Alright, all -- we're going to make the cooldown on hearthstones 30 minutes when 3.1.0 releases. Enjoy your sweet victory.
Thanks to those who provided feedback constructively.
18/02/2009 a las 01:01
No matter whether you're Blizzard's number one fanboi, or you think they're the worst bunch of screwups you've ever paid $15 a month to—one thing can always be said for Blizzard: They know how to keep a secret. I fully intend to come up with a whole blog on this subject later.
So naturally, when Blizzard releases some info, all of us jump at the chance to go over it with a fine tooth comb. Let's get cracking, shall we? :D
Jeff Kaplan Now Working On Mystery MMO
12/02/2009 a las 13:37
So it looks like Game Director Jeff "Tigole" Kaplan has switched projects—he's now working on Blizzard's unannounced, upcoming "next-gen MMO". Check out the announcement:
I wanted to take a moment to let the community know that I’ve switched roles here at Blizzard to work on our upcoming, unannounced MMO. World of Warcraft has been such a central part of my life these past six and a half years, and it’s success would not have been possible without the tremendous community around it, so I wanted to say thank you to all our players who’ve shared this amazing experience with us so far. Also, while I have served as the spokesperson and Game Director for World of Warcraft on Wrath of the Lich King, by no means would WoW be where it is today without the dedicated team that we have in place. The WoW development team is comprised of some of the most talented and experienced game developers in the world, and it was an absolute honor to serve amongst them, and they will continue to make WoW better than ever. I still plan to be very involved with the future course of World of Warcraft, but will leave the day to day o
The Ice Stone Has Melted!
11/02/2009 a las 13:57
There appears to be a bug on live realms—or at least, any live server that's running the "
Love Is In The Air
" event. Apparently people are getting spammed with a world event emote, saying "The Ice Stone Has Melted".
indicates that the "Ice Stone" has something to do with the Midsummer Event, so this appears to be a simple bug.
on the official forums which indicates it's being looked into. We'll update this post when more info get's posted. :)
Another blue post on the issue
again on the subject. Looks like the fix is in progress. :)
09/02/2009 a las 17:41
has announced that the 3.0.9 patch is coming out tomorrow, and posted a set of patch notes. There has been some confusion on the official forums, since the official patch notes on the site still read 3.0.8, and Boubouille doesn't cite a source on MMO-Champion—but since it's a hot topic, I thought I'd post the patch notes here.
Please note these may not be official patch notes. Without an official Blizzard source, we can't verify their authenticity. We offer them here for discussion purposes only.
The full notes are listed after the break.
WoW not for sale in Australia? (Official Response)
06/02/2009 a las 12:36
So a lot of attention has been paid lately to the recent news that WoW was supposedly no longer legally for sale in Australia. Apparently the issue is that being an online game, WoW is not rated by the Australian ratings board—and new legislation has just been passed to prevent the sale of unrated games. WoWInsider had a story posted about it
Well, the day of the law change has passed and WoW is still on the shelves.
(and their sister site,
) claim it's because no one really cares enough about the issue to pull them, but a recent email from Blizzard seems to indicate otherwise. At Nethaera's request, I have republished the email here after the break.
Upcoming Class Changes!
05/02/2009 a las 13:14
All the classes have their info up! As changes are made, we'll keep this post up to date.
So Blizzard has announced some upcoming class changes which sound especially exciting! I've included the entire text of the changes in this post, all prettied up with links for you—just click the "Continue Reading" link to see. More will be added as the info is released, of course—so keep checking back!
Please keep in mind that this list is not at all comprehensive, and subject to change. :)
03/02/2009 a las 21:57
Just a quick note to let you guys know that we're having a little bit of trouble with the Wowhead Client server. People who upload may be getting an "Authentification Failed" error. Don't panic! Your information is entered correctly! We should have the error fixed up shortly.
I'm slow today! Looks like we've got it fixed. Leave a comment if you're having further problems.
Hacked Passwords - Are You Safe?
30/01/2009 a las 23:55
As some of you may have read in one of our recent blogs account security is at an all-time high for World of Warcraft fans. Coming after the release of a highly anticipated expansion, and an especially busy holiday season, many players are still finding their accounts compromised. Historically, Blizzard has been able to track and shut down illegal activity, but these things are complicated and could take up to several months for a thorough investigation. Even then, not all accounts are able to be restored completely, if at all.
As we covered
, the top three culprits are shared account passwords, illegal account services (real money trading or power-leveling, etc.) and malware such as trojans or viruses. Blizzard will never ask for an account password except on the official website, the official forums or Armory, and the actual game log-in screen. Likewise, never share an account password with another person, even ones you trust.
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