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TankSpot Making...a Feature-Length Film?
2010/01/14 at 12:39 PM
Apparently one of our friends at
are planning a WoW-themed documentary project called
This is a really interesting concept to me—obviously one that strikes very close to home, but beyond that I've always been really interested in the places that gaming and culture connect. They've set up a page on
in the hopes of gathering some funding in the form of donations.
If you're interested in hearing more about the project, you can check out their page here:
Or you can read the blurb after the break. I really encourage you to check this out—gamers are never going to be understood by the mainstream media unless we take the first step. They also have a fan page on Facebook which you can find
Star Trek Online Beta Keys for Premium Members
2010/01/14 at 12:18 AM
Just thought I'd take a moment to point out: the open beta for
Star Trek Online
has begun recently, but beta keys are hard to come by—unless, of course, you're a
here at Wowhead!
Here's How You Do It
Start by becoming a Premium user: click
and then follow the process.
Your Premium status is stored at
. When you
for Premium, Wowhead checks to see if you already have an account at ZAM, or at
, by cross-checking the email addresses. If you have a ZAM account already, it signs that account up for Premium and links it to your Wowhead account. If you don't, it silently creates a ZAM account (something like Malgayne|WH) and links THAT to your Wowhead account. Obviously we'll be streamlining this in the future. :P
In order to claim your Star Trek Online beta key, you need to log in to your ZAM account at
. But if you created your account silently, you won't have a password—so you need to go [url=
Shout-Out From Pawn
2010/01/11 at 7:54 PM
Those of you who use the addon
will know that it's a loot-ranking addon, which determines an item's score based on point values you attach to their particular stats—in a similar manner as our own
feature, only directly in the game.
Well, Pawn users may have also noticed a subtle change in the addon, just like
did this morning. See the image to the right. :)
Hi Pawn guys!
Looking Back on 2009... for Wowhead
2010/01/07 at 6:46 PM
In keeping with the tradition of the beginning of a new year, there have been a number of posts looking back on 2009, and all the interesting developments both in the world at large, and in our game of choice.
I thought, then, that I would take a moment to look at all the interesting developments here at Wowhead itself! There have been
a ton of changes
to the site here in the last year, and what better time to take stock than a new year?
Merry Christmas to All...
2009/12/25 at 4:22 PM
...and to all a good lizard.
I thought the forum regulars might be happy to know that this year, my wife got me the sweatshirt pictured at the right for Christmas.
I hope your celebrations are just as good. :)
For those of you who are unfamiliar with our own little miniature Wowhead meme: it began
New Feature: Completion Tracker (Beta)
2009/12/23 at 1:23 AM
(Feb 9, 2010): Several changes includingsupport for character titles!
Wowhead's latest feature has just entered beta: the
You can now use the
, in conjunction with the
, to keep track of a ton of handy new data, including:
You can track all this info, show off how much you've completed, see what you're missing, and even link people to your recipe lists! We thought you'd like to play with this new toy, so
let us know what you think
For more info on how it all goes down, join us after the break!
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