Great as normal guys.I think this weeks is the shortest so far.
Yay for David Bowie references in the title.
The extra gXP from guild challenges will be nice for smaller guilds whose main players have already maxed out. My guild has gotten to level 8, but we have severely slowed our gXP gains since our core group has all dinged 85.Does anyone from the show even visit the comments here? Kinda wondering if I'm calling into the wind by posting. *shrug*
Great show as usual! Unfornutaly they didnt coment the most important question of this last Q&A imo, that is something like, why we cant move stuff around or resize everything around? Why Blizzard? WHY?
Hmm and I thought that it was Fredbob that answered all Fony's post.
What happened to Lore's camera? He started using a much better one for a few days and now he has gone back to the old one again.
On the topic of addons, I like the position that Blizz has taken over the years. Like the guys mentioned, most games just take a "this is the UI, deal with it" approach. Everyone has to stringently conform to their UI model, and you can't ever customize it. The design team also then takes on a very "forward" position of ... "we basically know the best UI, we don't care if you like it, deal". WoW was such a huge game to build, it's nice that Blizz realized from the beginning that they couldn't be the masters of the UI system. By offering customizable addons, we've always been able to improve our interactions and the systems we use, specific to our class' role. Essentially, Blizz has harnessed the power of open-source developers to improve their UI. Four years ago, I heavily relied upon custom raid frames. Now I love Blizz's basic ones, they fit my needs, and I no longer use custom UI addons.Great discussion guys, thanks for the show, and Wowhead for the link!
The sound quality on Lore's end is awful.