A few days ago I posted some of my own personal quality-of-life wishes for Shadowlands. Today’s post is about some changes I would like to see for Hunters. By all accounts, there will be some class changes to nearly every class in Shadowlands. And of course, no matter what the changes, there will be a … Continue reading Hunter dreams
This post contains very slight spoiler info about Shadowlands activities. Don’t read if you don’t want to know. In last week’s Slooty McToot interview with Mr. Game Director Hazzikostas, Mr. McToot asked Mr. GDH if a mission table mechanic would continue in Shadowlands, and if so, why? I thought it was a good question, I … Continue reading The Candy Crush factor
Over the weekend it became crystal clear to me that the alt war — waged now for three expansions by Mr. I-Know-How-You-Should-Play-This-Game Director Hazzikostas — is over. He won. Time for him to publicly declare victory, have a nicely staged one-man-parade down the halls of Blizz headquarters, and move on. You will recall that, some … Continue reading A farewell to alts
In some ways, this may turn out to be a “WoW is dead” post, so if that’s not your thing you may want to skip reading it. But my intent is really more to speculate on the direction World of Warcraft is going, a way to peer into a future beyond the next patch or … Continue reading Whither World of Warcraft?
This morning, as I began to cull through the various WoW — and other gaming — blogs I follow, I got a real gut blow. Bhagpuss, over at Inventory Full, is officially calling it quits on World of Warcraft. I have followed this blogger for close to 10 years now, and I have invariably found … Continue reading Another one bites the dust
Back in the ancient history that is Mists of Pandaria, there were a large number of daily quests players needed to do in order to gain rep with certain factions, gain needed profession recipes and gear, and even to unlock additional factions that would in turn require constant, daily quests in order to obtain items … Continue reading Another lesson Blizz failed to learn
A couple of days ago Blizz announced there would be “some changes” coming for the pet battling mini game in World of Warcraft. As most of you know, I am decidedly not a fan of this activity — I find it to be simultaneously extraordinarily complex and extraordinarily boring, a lethal combination for me. I … Continue reading Games within the game