Wonder how it'd look on an Orc. On a human it's just meh.
Why do all the other classes get cool looking gear and us paladins get - A FRIGGIN SKIRT?I hope the paladin t13 set looks decent. i can live without looking like Deathwing but another skirt? Come on Blizzard! It's bad enough our map icon is a pink dot. . .
Why the hell are they releasing T13 before people even have Tier 12? Blizzard, you're a bunch of idiots.
Even though I don't raid, I will be disappointed if Warlocks don't get to rip off Deathwing's head and wear it as well. Blizz owes it to us after T12. (and 3/7)
Interesting read, but "...really frustrated that they are so likely to lose to your hunter in PvP". Really? No one is likely to lose to a hunter in pvp :(
Congratulations, Warriors! That's incredibly awesome :D
Woah... I'm... Wow. That's brutal.Also, Warrior T2.5 really does look #$%^ lol.
What I would really like to see from Street or from Chilton or anyone representing Blizzard are the compiled survey results that Blizzard asks players why they quit Wow when they cancel their subscription.I feel like the questions don't get out to the people they seem to be concerned about. "There are more people who played WoW, than people who play WoW". When a statement like Chilton's or Street's (an incredibly lengthy and exhaustive one at that) is released to the public, whose ears does it reach? It reaches the remaining 11 million or so players who actively play WoW. Who should the message be reaching? The people that left. That poses a problem. How does Blizzard get in contact with those who left? It's damn hard. Reality is accounts get sold or forgotten after a long time of disuse. It's impossible to contact that many. Which brings me to my earlier point. Survey results. It may not be 100% accurate, but I have good reason to believe that there are some truths that can be extracted from that. That can at least provide something factual for interpretations to debate over rather than the current one wherein we hear the reasons of various others, but difficult to qualify or quantify it.Theories are nice. Lengthy articles are nice. But I need more math to separate fact from fiction to the perennial question: Why do players leave? Which is the predecessor of why Street ended up having to discuss rate of change matters, because I believe that such an article is directly descended from that.