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StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty In Stores July 27!
2010.05.03 um 17:22
Blizzard just revealed via their Facebook page that StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty will be in stores
July 27, 2010
! StarCraft fans rejoice!
"My life for Aiur!"
Children's Week Guide! (May 2 - 9)
2010.05.01 um 11:45
is coming up tomorrow, which means it's time for another
! Time to become parents for all those orphans throughout Azeroth!
The guide has been added to the
Tools > Guides
menu on the top, and you can navigate directly there by clicking the link above, or the adorable image of
on the right. :)
If you have comments, questions, or suggestions about the guide, you can post them here!
Screenshot of the Day Now Featuring Cataclysm
2010.04.29 um 19:47
Blizzard have just posted via their Twitter feed at
to let everyone know that they will now be posting Cataclysm screenshots to the
Screenshot of the Day
feature on the
official World of Warcraft website
There's no word on how long they'll be teasing us with these great screenshots of what's in store, but I hope it's at least until the Cataclysm Beta begins and we can start taking some awesome screenshots of our own!
Starting today, our Screenshot of the Day section at worldofwarcraft.com will feature unique #WoW #Cataclysm images!
Today's screenshot features a Gilgoblin, perhaps found in the upcoming
dungeon of the
Sunken City of Vashj'ir
We'll make sure to include screenshots in our
Cataclysm Preview: The Echo Isles
2010.04.28 um 13:26
Blizzard has released a pretty awesome of preview of the
(my favorite part of
The new Troll starting area will be for levels 1-5, and you will initially tasked with protecting the local raptors and their hatchlings from the sorcery of a nearby sea witch, slaying beasts that prey on our fellow tribe members and assaulting the naga who have overrun part of the isle.
Also, it is during the
event for Cataclysm that we will have a first hand chance to help in the reclaiming of the area for the trolls new starting zone!
You can check out the official post after the break, and more screenshots on the
Icecrown Citadel Raid Buff Increased to 15%
2010.04.27 um 12:22
It's been a busy week in the World of Warcraft! With this latest raid reset, the
-specific raid-wide buff has had its effect increased again!
will now increase damage, healing, absorption effects and health by
You may remember that the buff was last increased to 10% at the end of last month, up from the 5% it provided when first launched at the beginning of March. Seems our
was correct, and this latest increase to the buff's effects was applied exactly four weeks later. I guess we can now assume we'll see the buff reach a staggering
on May 25th,
on June 22nd, and
on July 20th.
This buff should definitely help out players trying to down some of the more demanding hard modes in Icecrown Citadel. Personally, I don't think that a lot of Icecrown Citadel's encounters were scaled properly for their intended difficulty level to begin with (ie. 10-man modes being downed without 25-man gear), so hopefully this helps even out the playing ground a bit more. Remember, you still have
X-53 Touring Rocket Available Today
2010.04.27 um 10:55
You may recall that Blizzard announced some changes to the Recruit-a-Friend
mount reward a little while ago. If you had an unclaimed Zhevra, the announcement said, or if you decided to recruit a friend in the near future, you would have the normal Zhevra reward changed to a spectacular
Well, the big day is today. As of today, April 27, 2010 (possibly after the maintenance), if you recruit a friend or if you have Zhevras waiting to be assigned to one of you characters, you will start getting the X-53's!
Here is the short post by Zarhym:
Time is running out for those who wish to claim their Zhevra, as the launch of the X-53 Touring Rocket is now scheduled for tomorrow, Tuesday, April 27! If you’ve fulfilled all of the Recruit-A-Friend requirements necessary to claim a mount now but choose not to claim the Zhevra, you will be able to claim the X-53 Touring Rocket instead once it launches. Sounds like they’re firing it up for a final test run now....
You can find the original announcement here:
Cataclysm PvE Badge and PvP Point Changes
2010.04.26 um 22:20
Blizzard just posted changes to the badge system in
... they are going to become Hero and Valor points! Basically the PvP point system being applied to PvE raiding.
will be earned from most dungeons (much like
Emblem des Triumphs
will be from high-tier raids (like
Emblem des Frosts
While there will be a maximum cap of Valor Points you can earn each week I personally think this could be one of the better changes to come to the badge/emblem/point system since the introduction of them in The Burning Crusade. So what does everyone think of the changes?
On the PvP side,
will replace Arena Points as the complement to Honor Points. Personal rating requirements will also be removed from almost all items, including weapons.
You can read all the details in the original blue post, available after the break.
Cataclysm Raid Progression Refinements
2010.04.26 um 10:58
Some clarifications have been added to the bottom of the post.
Another blue post from the blue world of blue Blizzardness descends from the skies - this time it's about how raid progression is going to work in
10- and 25-man raids will share the same lockout.
10- and 25-man raids will share the same loot.
Heroic loot will be, like in Icecrown, just a buffed up version of the Normal loot.
The raid leader will be able to decide between 10-man and 25-man (possibly on a boss-to-boss basis), much like you can now choose between Normal and Heroic mode for a raid.
Since 25-man raids will drop the exact same items as 10-man, to promote people actually going to 25-man raiding, Blizzard is making 10-man encounters drop less loot per player (actual items, badges, gold...). In short, if you can get 25 people, you will get more out of the raid than if you were to go with 10.
Heroic mode for the bosses will be unlocked simply defeating a specific boss as few as (probably) 1-2 times. Limited attempts will likely go away completely, except for rare bosses (e.g. Algalon).
A Tour of the REAL World of Warcraft - Blizzard's Headquarters
2010.04.26 um 00:59
It's midnight here, and I'm still awake, pretending I don't have to be up for gym (and work!) in a matter of hours. Thankfully, tonight my persistence in staying up late breeding Pokémon and browsing the Internet has paid off! I stumbled upon a post on one of my favorite sites of all-time,
, who were recently invited to tour Blizzard's Irvine campus (again).
I don't know about you guys, but I
these sort of things because I'm just like every other geeky kid out there who wants to grow up and design video games for a living. Being able to see where the magic happens AND being able to go, "Holy crap, they have a SLIDE in their food court!" just blows my mind.
(Please note, I don't think Blizzard actually has a slide in their food court, but I remember reading ages ago that
Some New Features!
2010.04.23 um 17:55
So those who are paying close attention will have noticed some ninja fixes around the site recently!
I thought I'd take a moment to point some of the cooler ones out:
We now have
pages in the database menu! These give you a simple, straightforward place to look when you're trying to find abilities, talents, quests, trainers, item sets, or anything else related to a specific class or race.
We've added a "Disenchants into" filter to item searches! Now you can do searches like, "
all tailoring-crafted items that d/e into Nexus Crystals
Character tooltips like
now include titles!
We've added a "Deprecated" filter to items so you can look for
items that aren't in the game anymore
You can now see the
latest blog comments
under the "Tools > Utilities" menu.
We've tweaked the
menus! You can now see the Profiler dropdown under your username in t
ZAM Interview with Richard Knaak
2010.04.21 um 19:18
Cody Bye, the Director of Content of ZAM, has just interviewed
, one of the most famous writers of novels and short stories for not only World of Warcraft, but a number of other fictional worlds. Knaak's "Blizzard" bibliography includes novels like
(the latest official Warcraft novel on the market), 3 standalone Diablo novels,
The Sin War
War of the Ancients
trilogy, as well as 2 standalone novels other than
. In addition to those, he has an impressive number of Dragonlance, Dragonrealm, Conan, individual novels... not to mention his short fiction pieces and the manga.
Sadly, this interview didn't quench my thirst for lore (could anything?), but it was an interesting read nonetheless. The interview is after the break!
Bidding for Good: World of Warcraft Basket
2010.04.20 um 14:41
The website Bidding for Good is running a charity auction to support the Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District. You may be wondering why you are seeing this mentioned on a World of Warcraft site? Well, there seems to be a rather nice basket of items that everyone might be interested in...
World of Warcraft Collector's Edition (Signed by the Development Team)
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Collector's Editions (Signed by the Development Team)
World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King Collector's Edition (Signed by the Development Team)
World of Warcraft TCG
World of Warcraft TCG
World of Warcraft TCG
World of Warcraft 1 year Subscription Card
World of Warcraft
Plushie with In-game Companion
World of Warcraft
Plushie with In-game Companion
You can check this basket out
The auctions run until April 26th, and while this i
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