Monday, November 13, 2006
You will notice how eveything kind of floats above you. Take picutes so you don't forget!
There are other places you can get to in this void. I'll leave that part up to you.
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Saturday, November 11, 2006
Friday, November 10, 2006
There is much debate wheather or not it is actually possible to get this Sword. Most people think it is a GM only item. Whatever it is, I wish I could have one.
Can you imagine walking around with this?
Too bad its unique, I want to duel wield with this!
This leaves the question why twink when then only reason you twinked to begin with was to be twinked when no one else was twinking?
Is there much point to twinking anymore?
Is there any sanity out there???
I remember twinking out my first character. It was a troll Shaman on the Durotan server. Wow, I had a lot of fun twining back then, especially when I could frost shock, earth bind and ghost wolf around with the flag. I got geared to the max just about, and even used engineering to blow my competition to shreds. But then I kind of got bored of winning. Horde always won that bracket on my server back then.
So I decided to make a 29 Gnome rogue to see if I could get the alliance to win. Before you knew it I was 29 and our guild, (organized pvp) was pwning left and right. Of course no one was a twink back then besides 2 or 3 people per side. It was fun to twink, it actually had a point, you could see who were good twinks, and who just plain sucked at the game even when they were twinks. You could individually turn the tide of the battle in your sides favor on a whim.
Now days though, twinking is just plain boring. Everybody is doing it. You can get two shoted by just about any twink these days. Guess its time to go play AV where no one twinks, right? Right???
The new World of Warcraft Trading card game just hit store shelves. I am sure many of you are wondering what its like? Let me be the first to tell you that its awesome! If any of you are familiar with Magic the Gather, this game isn’t much different.
Let the war begin!
With this being Warcraft there is an epic battle between the Horde and Alliance taking place. Many of the cards can be used to their respective factions only, with some being neutral. You will need to choose your “Hero” from the typical Warrior, Warlock, Priest, Hunter, Mage, Shaman, Paladin, Druid, and Rogue classes we have all become accustom to. Many of their spells and abilities will mirror those found in the online game itself.
As you build your deck you will be relieved to know you no longer have to be bothered with frumpy land cards. Instead you can place any card in your hand as a resource face down, with the exception being Quest which can be used like general spells before they are permanently transformed into (1) generic resource.
The rules aren’t too complicated for trading card game vets to master. One thing I would recommend when you pick up your first set of cards is to get a 30 sided dice for your hero and flat marble counters for the rest of your Allies. Each time your turn begins their health does not reset, so you will need to keep this tally on them permanently until they are sent to the graveyard with Leroy.
Prizes, LEWT! ZOMG!
Of course many people will buy this game for the loot cards. Like anything, blizzard, has promoted their little fingers off trying to get people to buy this game with claims of truly epic loot. You will however be disappointed to know that the Saltwater Snapjaw loot card is considered very rare (epic) and is reportedly found in only 1 out of 20 boxes of booster packs. You might get lucky and find one, or might give up and buy one on E-bay for 200 bucks.
Wait, I got UDE points you say? Well don’t let me burst your bubble, but the good stuff like the Ogre trinket cost 50,000 UDE points, averaging 1,000 to 1,200 per box, you are looking at a good 46 boxes of starter boxes, (YES BOXES) to obtain this many points, setting you back $4,600 bucks, for a lousy trinket at that.
The important thing to remember about Hero’s of Azeroth is that it’s a fun game, and you should buy it only if you intend to play it. Don’t blow cash hoping you will get loot cards or some awesome prize, that’s just icing on the cake if you do.