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Posted on Dec 14, 2012
There’s a good chance that you don’t play every MMOG currently available. Actually, we’ll guarantee that. As much as you may want to play them all, this means that you can only be bothered by select seasonal events. Well, if you ever wanted to see if the grass was greener in some other games, the
Posted on Dec 12, 2012
There’s a certain paradox that comes along with leveling up a character: the more you advance, the closer you are to exhausting content that you’ll never be able to experience again in the same manner. The first time running through a zone, especially the heavily specialized zones in World of Warcraft expansions, simply is a unique experience.
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
It’s something that I wished would happen in WoW for a very, very long time. That is, the option to modify the appearance of armor in some way or another. Last I wrote on this topic, the idea was but a dream that seemed, perhaps, just maybe, on the horizon. Since then, transmogrification has become a force
Posted on Dec 04, 2012
And I’m Back is a mini-series column dealing with the return to Azeroth after being away for so long. The series chronicles personal reactions to changes to discoveries and making the needed adjustments to the new Azeroth. The success of MMOG genre owes itself to social engineering as much as the rise of persistent worlds.
Posted on Nov 30, 2012
It’s been a delicate line on which Blizzard has tread since World of Warcraft began eight years ago, and one that seems to have reached a tipping point more so with Mists of Pandaria than in previous expansions. I’m talking about endgame content. In years past, it seemed that Blizzard couldn’t create content fast enough. By the
Posted on Nov 29, 2012
Well hello there, old friend. And new friends. Remember me?! It’s been awhile. A quick recap and introduction for all our new readers: I was one of the original Lore Hound crew when we started up back in early 2010. And even before when a few of us bloggers came together through the now infamous
WoW: Advanced Pricing and Costing Strategies for Mists of Pandaria Inks to Maximize Inscription Profit
Posted on Nov 23, 2012
Another expansion, another revamp to glyphs and inscription. Lots of things have changed between Cataclysm and Mists of Pandaria, but many have remained the same. Glyphs are still highly profitable and the ink trader can still trade down the highest level ink to any other. As well as convert 10 common ink to rare ink.
Posted on Nov 20, 2012
The MMORPG that hooked me on the genre forever is approaching its eighth birthday and Blizzard wants you to have the proverbial pony. Players can login now to begin claiming phat lewtz, including a Feat of Strength achievement. Players can also celebrate WoW’s new found addiction to fire by cracking open their Celebration Package. The
Posted on Oct 26, 2012
And I’m Back is a mini-series column dealing with the return to Azeroth after being away for so long. The series chronicles personal reactions to changes to discoveries and making the needed adjustments to the new Azeroth. I’m going to blow your mind right now. Right this very second. This single fact may turn your
Posted on Oct 19, 2012
Today is the Extra Life event, and I’ll be kicking it off at 6pm PDT (9pm EDT) with my guild’s first attempt at Normal Mogu’shan Vaults. Afterwards I’ll be starting up SMITE throughout the night and into tomorrow, trying out Freya, and owning as Bastet, Ao Kuang, and Cupid. Check out the stream below, or join me