Last Friday, Reddit hosted an “Ask Me Anything” livestream for Mr. Game Director Hazzikostas and a few devs. I watched some of it unfold but had to go do something else about an hour into it. If you did not see it at the time, probably the easiest way to review it is to read … Continue reading That’s what he said
Last night our guild held a pre-raid event. The idea was that anyone wishing to raid should show up at the raid time, and the GM would organize everyone into 5-man teams to run dungeons to help gear everyone up for next week. We only had about 10 people show up, even though I am … Continue reading The cost of raiding
Now that I have had a few more days with Battle for Azeroth, one thing that strikes me is the clear emergence of trends and patterns for this game — many were started in Warlords of Draenor, further developed in Legion, and seem in BFA to have emerged as full-fledged and constant features of the … Continue reading WoW trends, part 1
Well, we are almost a week into Battle for Azeroth, and I think my overwhelming feeling is one of delight combined with confused exhaustion. First, the launch — I thought it was surprisingly smooth and trouble-free, but I know from the forums that was not the case for all realms. For those of you that … Continue reading What a week!
Though it should not be necessary at this point, here is the standard spoiler warning. Don’t read further if you wish to retain any hope of launch day surprise. The closer we get to Battle for Azeroth, the fewer in-depth topics I am able to come up with. Today will be just a scattershot of … Continue reading This and that
In my last post, I said I would eventually publish something about the good aspects of Legion. As I am at a loss for anything else to write about today, and as things seem to be moving rather quickly with the pre-expansion patch now on the downloader, I suppose today is as good a day … Continue reading Legion – the good stuff
A vector is an object that has both a magnitude and a direction. Geometrically, we can picture a vector as a directed line segment, whose length is the magnitude of the vector and with an arrow indicating the direction. The direction of the vector is from its tail to its head. Courtesy of mathinsight.org For humans, … Continue reading Frost mages and the vector of Legion