What I heard, part two

Finishing my take (it’s a long one, get comfortable) on the March 21 Live Developer Q&A: Caverns of Time portal. This will return in “the next content update”, which I guess means 8.2. I did find it interesting that Mr. Game Director Hazzikostas, who in the past has not shied away from reiterating ad nauseam … Continue reading What I heard, part two

Phasing out armor crafting?

Today, let’s talk professions in WoW. I have never been a profession geek in the game, but I have usually pursued them and had a lot of fun with them. I look upon them as an integral part of the game, and one of my main goals for alts is to have at least one … Continue reading Phasing out armor crafting?

Blizz – cheapskates and skinflints

If I could actually ask a question at this year’s Blizzcon World of Warcraft Q&A, it would be this: Why has Blizz become so miserly? I am talking about things like: Mission table quests. The gold from them is not even close to what we got from Legion class hall missions. There is absolutely zero … Continue reading Blizz – cheapskates and skinflints

Disorganized

Starting the second week of Battle for Azeroth, I am still feeling a bit overwhelmed. I am trying to develop a routine, so that I don’t spend time flailing around trying to figure out what to do for the evening. But I am still so unfamiliar with the new expansion that I spend a ton … Continue reading Disorganized

Token musings

Anyone who has relied on purchasing WoW tokens in the auction house as their way of paying for game time is well aware of their current high cost. When it was first introduced three years ago, the price in North America was pegged at 30,000 gold. It rapidly sank to around 18-20k and hovered at … Continue reading Token musings