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Hunter Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009/07/23 at 1:59 PM
This Q&A was more adventurous than the others. Just as we spotted it, it was pulled off the official forums (and website, if it ever made it there).
still had it though, so we used their version - you can find the source over at their
. I personally expect changes to be made to the original Q&A (which is what you see here), hence the pulling off. Keep an eye on the thread, we'll try to post the updated version, if there is one, as soon as we can.
Looks like everything is alright with the Q&A now. You can find the source under the quote, after the break (through nine mountains in the tenth, through nine rivers...). The
in the quote was not there before - it's the only new thing.
This time it's Hunter. Remember how I was happy about the Druid one because my next alt would be a druid? Well, the alt I am currently leveling is a
! So I am naturally excited to see what they have to say about it, and about Marksman in particular. I still haven't r
Druid Q&A Follow-up
2009/07/21 at 6:58 PM
did raise points interesting enough for Bornakk to answer a few additional questions. I am not a very active druid player, but one of the things he said looks very interesting to me:
Please continue to
Any chance I am not going to see any "
"s here? :P
As usually, you can find the full content of the Q&A at the following link, or after the break!
Warrior Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009/07/16 at 7:54 PM
A little late on this one too! What with all the time we're spending on the
combined with some big news we have for next week, and we're a little slower on the draw than usual this week. But here it is, the Warrior Q&A! Thanks to
for helping me throw the blog together.
I can't comment much on the actual content here, Warrior is not a class that I play—the rage mechanic never really appealed to me, and the interview below indicates the same may be true of the developers!
You can read the entire interview after the break, or read the original one linked below:
Paladin Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009/07/09 at 1:53 PM
As a player whose main is a Paladin, this was the interview I was looking forward to the most. I had some mixed feelings about what Ghostcrawler had to say in some parts of the interview, but overall I'd have to say it was mostly a good indication that the fate of the Paladin class wasn't as horrible as some people thought it was. But let's see what you folks think—you can read the entire interview after the break, or read the original one linked below!
Warlock Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009/07/02 at 2:40 PM
This Q&A was one of the few I was looking forward to, because I have a warlock in hiatus right now that I've been wanting to play for a while.
I personally liked the interview. It looks like Blizzard wants to
the class as it is right now, but not necessarily buff them. Before I go into details and spoil it for you guys, I'm going to quote the interview entirely after the break, or you can read the original one linked below:
Death Knight Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009/06/25 at 12:41 PM
I don't know about the rest of you guys, but this is the Q&A I was waiting for.
Ghostcrawler has posted his Q&A about the Death Knight Class! You can read all about how they're not overpowered (we swear) after the break, or in its original form on the official site here:
Mage Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009/06/18 at 10:27 PM
These things are coming faster than we have time to post them. :)
So this is the second entry in the class Q&A, series, this one about mages. Ghostcrawler answers some interesting questions, and some uninteresting ones, and gives us some clues about the future of the mage class.
For those of you who play mages—and maybe those of you who don't—read on! The text of the interview is after the break.
Shaman Changes in 3.2
2009/06/17 at 8:35 PM
Class mount spells changes...check!
Class changes...class changes...loading...check now!
That's right, Call of the Crusade is getting juicier and juicier! Must be because of the word "crusade" in it...crusade -- paladins -- awesomeness! Hmm...
Anyway, it looks like the Shamans are getting some love now. I myself have a shaman, and one of the most annoying things in the world (you can all confirm that) is dropping totems, pulling them back, dropping again, making sure none of them is dead, and if there is one, drop it again... It's a pain, brothers and sisters! Well, Blizzard has heard our cries of pain, and is about to make our lives a whole lot easier -- the
awaits us in 3.2, along with spells like
Call of Fire
drops all of our totems at once
, Totemic Call being renamed to
Call of Earth
; and two more,
Call of Air
Call of Water
, which work like the Fire one, just using different presets of totems.
For details and healing juiciness -- read on!
World of Critcraft
2009/06/10 at 7:09 PM
Okay bear with me, guys—this one takes a little while getting in.
Secret of Mana
, two of your three characters have magic, up to a maximum of 99 magic points at a time. Your offensive caster has an MP absorb spell, but aside from that, the only way to restore your magic points mid-dungeon is to use a Fairy Walnut, which restores 50 MP. You can only hold a maximum of four.
By limiting the selection of mana-restoring items to one item type, which only restores mana in one large chunk, the game has rendered it almost pointless to increase your maximum mana above 50.
Are you with me here?
Shaman Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009/06/10 at 12:30 AM
Regardless of whether or not you're happy with the job that
Greg "Ghostcrawler" Street
is doing as a Systems Designer, you have to have a lot of respect for the guy for having the balls to get in front of the WoW community—a community that's famous for sending forum moderators home in bodybags—and defend his design decisions.
In the latest move in this direction, the official WoW forums have published a
—this first one for Shamans, though presumably this is only the first of many future updates. I haven't touched my shaman in a while, but I thought this was very interesting. I am
looking forward to seeing what he has to say about the other classes.
You can read the Q&A here:
...and be sure to post in the comments and tell us your thoughts!
New Druid Forms! (Night Elf Cat)
2009/06/04 at 1:57 PM
The final installment has arrived! Ladies and gentlemen, behold the new
Night Elf Cat
These are pretty subtle, actually. They really do look like the original models—only, you know, better in every way.
As usual you can click on the "Original" button to see the full size version. Looks like these are the last ones we get—if there are changes to Tree of Life or Moonkin forms, they're not being included in the preview.
Blizzard's announcement follows after the break:
New Druid Forms! (Tauren Cat)
2009/06/02 at 1:00 PM
To keep you amused while your server is down, Blizzard has posted the new
These are my favorites yet. They genuinely look like Taurens in cat form, not just like animals with beads and facepaint.
As usual you can click on the "Original" button to see the full size version.
Blizzard's announcement follows after the break:
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