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World of Warcraft to get an in-game browser in patch 5.3, sort of - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 18:40:00 EST

Coming to WoW in patch 5.3 is an in-game web browser, sorta. We've known for a bit that there's been datamined content that has been pointing to an in-game browser, and today it was announced on Blizzard's official blog that it's a feature coming in patch 5.3. While the press release says "feature-limited," it's a bit more drastic really -- you cannot access any content outside of the battle.net domain, at all. Any links to places like Wowhead or WoW Insider get opened in an external browser.

You can load up the patch 5.3 PTR and access the tool for yourself if you'd like to try it out -- but it is rather underwhelming in its current state. There's not much to do but browse support information; which is helpful sometimes (although the times that I've had to use the support site, I usually haven't been able to get into WoW in the first place).

There is no indication if Blizzard will open up external domains later on.

In-game Browser and Support Tools in 5.3 -- Blizzard Entertainment
We're adding a feature-limited web browser to World of Warcraft that will replace the in-game support system with a direct portal to the Battle.net Support site. Our aim is to give players in-game easy access to the site's robust knowledge base and support contact system.

We've gone to great lengths to improve our website support systems and we want to offer access to all of its robust features in-game. The new browser will make it it easier to find information to help you resolve issues you're experiencing or contact our representatives if you need a little extra help.

We will test this new feature in the 5.3 public test realm (PTR), and we'd like your assistance. Adding a web browser in-game is a new venture for us, and we need you to test it by searching through the support knowledge base and pages to make sure that it holds up in various hardware and network situations. It's important to note that while we will be testing the functionality of this feature within the PTR, we are unable to process support ticket submissions.

To help test and provide feedback, copy your character and download the PTR client.

We'd appreciate your feedback and testing reports to be put into the below forum thread so we can collect and respond to any errors or issues you're seeing.



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WoW Moviewatch: What Are NPC's Thinking 2 - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 18:00:00 EST

Wowcrendor delves into the conscious minds of NPCs with What Are NPC's Thinking 2. I think he was pretty accurate, even if I did feel super bad for the fish on the wall. ("I am... still... alive.") Wowcrendor always does an amazing job of pointing out odd little quirks in the game, like the chaps who's not quite fishing in the water. I laughed out loud.

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Reader UI of the Week: Small screen, big ideas - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 17:00:00 EST

Everyone has specific goals to achieve with their UI, it's one of the things I particularly like about writing this column, is seeing what people are up against, and how they've worked with their UI to adapt to that. And this week's UI is no exception. While many of us are playing the game with big monitors, with big computers, or with big budgets, there are others who aren't. This week's Reader UI comes to you from a 1280x1024 monitor, and the submitter, Thieren, has had to work around their resolution to create a UI that allows them the maximum of screen space, and visibility, so that they can be at their most effective.

As a result, the header image is oddly cropped, but fear not, Thieren sent in several screenshots for us all to look at in environments where size doesn't matter. There's a solo shot, one in a ten-man raid, one in LFR, one solo, in combat and one in a party, out of combat. Let's jump straight into Thieren's email
I've largely run with this UI since early Wrath when I sat down to reign in the mess I'd created when I began tinkering with addons during Burning Crusade. There have been alterations, but they're more quality of life stuff and replacing out-of-date addons. The most recent, and the reason for the delay, was moving my SUF bars down from the typical Blizzard position.

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The WoW Insider Show Episode 289 - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 16:00:00 EST

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Possible in-game Hearthstone event and mount uncovered - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 15:00:00 EST

Diligent dataminers over at Wowhead have uncovered what looks like an intriguing Feat of Strength: Hearthstoned. The description reads "Obtain the Hearthsteed from the Hearthstone promotion." Now, ever since Blizzard announced Hearthstone at PAX East and it was clear the game took place in the Warcraft universe, folks have been asking all over whether or not there would be WoW-related items associated with it, just as there currently are in the physical WoW: TCG. While this isn't quite the same thing as a loot card, it is a connection of some sort! We here at WoW Insider would also like to point out that the mount icon on this achievement looks suspiciously similar to the pegasus mounts that were datamined last week!

I'm going to try not to speculate too hard on what kind of in-game event Blizzard might do for Hearthstone, but it would be really cool to see, say, a bunch of NPCs hanging around in various Azerothian taverns playing card games and talking trash to each other. Hint, hint. I'm just saying! Of course, we all have to remember to take this with the requisite datamining disclaimer: just because it's been found in the PTR files doesn't mean it will make it to live. I really hope it does, though, because I'm always happy to grab more mounts!

Edit: Thanks to all who have pointed out that this may very well be the participation reward for the Hearthstone beta. This is what I get for not rereading the Hearthstone FAQ before submitting a post!

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My most memorable experience in-game - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 14:00:00 EST

You know, I thought this question would be a lot easier to answer than it turned out. After six years of playing this game, I thought surely there would be an obvious stand-out moment, but as I sat down to write this post, I realized that wasn't exactly true. Lest you think I'm implying that I've experienced nothing memorable in WoW, rest assured, that isn't the case. It's more that I have the opposite problem: I've experienced too much that is memorable. I've had some really great times in this game, and it's turned out to be nigh impossible to point to one and say, "That's it, that was my most memorable moment." Instead, I've come up with a list of things that keep coming to mind whenever I think about the topic. They are in no particular order:

1. Killing Nathanos Blightcaller

Nathanos Blightcaller was, in ye olden days, a (potentially) 40-person outdoor raid boss for the Alliance. He was also a quest giver NPC for Horde, so attacking him flagged you for PvP. Considering both of these things, you can imagine how difficult it could be for Alliance raids to actually down him, especially on high-population servers.

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The easiest mounts to get your hands on - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 13:00:00 EST

An excellent question has appeared on /r/wow, from a player new to the game, who wants to get his mount collection started. He's wondering what are the easiest mounts to get his hands on, and how he should go about his gaming in the most efficient manner to guarantee maximum mount satisfaction.

So what are the easiest mounts to get hold of? First up, we have to look at the class-specific mounts, the warlock Felsteed and Dreadsteed, and the paladin Warhorse and Charger. Death Knights also get the Acherus Deathcharger, as well as being the only class to have the option to purchase the Winged Steed of the Ebon Blade. The paladin and warlock mounts are learned as abilities with the basic forms at level 20, and the latter ones at level 40. As DKs start later, they will get the Deathcharger through questing almost immediately, and can buy the Winged Steed at level 60.

Druids also have their travel form, and flight form, and Monks have the option to use the Glyph of Zen Flight, and of course, worgen get Running Wild but since these aren't really things you sit your character on, we're not sure if they count as mounts!

But other than those, what are the easiest mounts to get your hands on? Your home city, that is to say your faction's city, will have mounts for you to buy for gold. So undead can get mounts from Undercity, dwarves from Ironforge, and so on.

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The Queue: Ugh, not another Bran chapter - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 12:00:00 EST

Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Adam Holisky (@adamholisky) will be your host today.

My favorite chapters are the ones that say Tyrion on them. And I'm not really sure which Tyrion character is better, the one in the book or the one on TV. Pete (we're on a first name basis, even if he doesn't know it) portrays him better than almost any other actor I've seen in recent memory portray their character; and Tyrion in the book is just so wonderful dynamic, flawed, yet fundamentally good.

So really, I dislike Bran and Sansa chapters.

Chris asked:

What happened to all the bat/sky-screamer mounts that were supposed to be in in 5.2?

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Patch 5.2 hotfixes for April 8 - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 11:00:00 EST

A new round of hotfixes has been released on the official site. It's a pretty short list this time around, mainly tweaking a few issues with some of the encounters in Throne of Thunder, including Ra-den, and addressing a pesky bug that has been plaguing some players working on Isle of Thunder achievements.

Rygarius
Creatures
  • Zandalari Beast Handler is now properly seated in a saddle while riding a Direhorrn.
Raids, Dungeons and Scenarios
  • Throne of Thunder
    • Giorgio's Caduceus of Pure Moods is no longer being awarded to Elemental and Restoration Shamans on Raid Finder difficulty or via bonus rolls.
    • Primordius
      • During the Primordius encounter, spells which dispel a single harmful effect (Sear Magic, Single Magic, or Mass Dispel) will no longer work if any of the positive effects are active on the target (Improved Synapses, Keen Eyesight, Thick Bones, Clear Mind, or Fully Mutated).
    • Ra-den
      • Fixed an issue that could prevent Ra-den from absorbing Essences of Anima/Vita as intended.
      • Engaging Ra-den now resets the cooldown on Reincarnation for Shamans.
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed an issue where some situations could cause players to not receive credit towards Pay to Slay or It Was Worth Every Ritual Stone achievement after defeating Incomplete Drakkari Colossus.




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Around Azeroth: I'm gonna pop some tags, only got twenty dollars in my pocket - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 10:00:00 EST

It's hard to dress your character on a budget. It's hard and nobody understands. Submitter Ezekington of Ancient Order of UMs on Doomhammer (US-A) wanted to pick up a nice formal outfit to wear to occasions when the usual roguish skull, spikes and leather wouldn't cut it. He rummaged through his bank slots and only found a couple of spare Coins of Ancestry. That Festive Purple Dress looked just great on the night elf model, so it would work fine for him, right? Wrong.

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Last Week in WoW: Trolling for patch news edition - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 09:00:00 EST

Happy Tuesday Morning, everyone. The news keeps on coming fast and hard from the patch 5.3 PTR, and while there's no sign of the patch coming to live servers quite yet, there's plenty of stuff to keep us all salivating.

Downtime is limited to a series of rolling restarts at 7 a.m. Pacific time, but you have time to take a break and read up. You'll want to know what's happening so you can start patch 5.3 off on the right foot.

Hot news and features

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Breakfast Topic: What's your favorite Darkmoon Faire game? - Tue, 09 Apr 2013 08:00:00 EST

In case you've been avoiding major cities recently, consider this your monthly reminder that the time of the Darkmoon Faire is once again upon us, bringing another month's worth of carnival games, prizes and fun. Never been? Start by heading to Goldshire or Mulgore, where a portal will take you straight there. If that's too much travel time, you should be able to find mages in all major cities willing to send you to your destination for a small fee. If you want to take advantage, act fast: it will only be here for a week. Once it closes up shop on the 13th, you'll have to wait another month.

So go on, check it out; we promise that this Breakfast Topic will still be here when you get back.

[hold music plays]

Okay, back? Great! Now we can get to talking about everyone's favorite Darkmoon activities. You do have a favorite, don't you? Perhaps it's the island's unique wild pets or a certain top hat. But maybe carnival games are more your style, like shooting yourself out of a canon or tossing rings onto a turtle? Or maybe you're just in it for the pets, mounts, and heirlooms you can buy for Darkmoon Prize Tickets. Whatever your reasons for visiting the Faire, you must have a favorite thing to do once you're there. So share!

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Patch 5.3 PTR: Heroic and new scenarios available for testing soon - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 20:00:00 EST

Players that have been participating in the patch 5.3 PTR testing may have noticed that there's not exactly a lot of new content to test out just yet. That's about to change with the next patch update -- according to CM Vaneras over on the EU forums, all new and heroic scenarios should be available for testing with the next PTR update. This includes all new 5.3 lore scenarios -- and if you're wondering whether you'll be able to test both, you can put your mind at ease. Both factions will be able to participate in all new scenarios, and the disguise mechanic introduced when Dagger in the Dark and A Little Patience were released with patch 5.2 will be implemented.

As for heroic scenarios, players will be able to participate in that content as well -- there's a new section in the scenario queuing system that will allow players to queue for heroic rather than regular scenario content. EU players can leave feedback on the official forum thread, and presumably US players will have their own thread for doing so as well. If you've been itching to find out more about upcoming 5.3 content, this is your chance to take a peek and give your feedback on the content.

If you're interesting in participating, you can download the PTR client via your account management page on Battle.net, as well as copy an existing character over to the PTR. Blizzard seems to be looking specifically for people's reactions to the relative challenge of the scenarios, as well as feedback regarding the new bonus objective system. Keep your eyes peeled, we'll have more information on all of the new scenarios once they are available and open for play.

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WoW Moviewatch: TV in Azeroth 2 - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 19:00:00 EST

Slightly Impressive returns with TV in Azeroth 2, bringing with him a handful of amusing parodies and pointed jabs at pop culture. Some of the jokes went a little over my head, but others knocked it out of the park. Maybe that's the best thing about this kind of format: you get to do a huge variety of things.

In the Arms of the Naaru, you guys. Seriously, if for no other reason, you must watch this video to get a listen to In the Arms of the Naaru. I was not adequately prepared and I instantly spit my coffee out across the table. That's an inspired parody, right there.

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Blizzard purchases IGN Pro League - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 18:00:00 EST

Blizzard has bought the technology and other assets related to the IGN Pro League. The future of IPL was up in the air due to IGN layoffs back in February with 1UP, UGO, and Gamespy closing shop. Now we know what the fate of IPL will be. Some members of the team will be moving over to San Francisco to work on "high-quality web and mobile content in support of Blizzard games" but it appears that the actual operations of IPL will be coming to a close. Other members will be joining Blizzard's existing eSports team and possibly assisting them with the recently announced Starcraft 2 World Championship Series.

Personally, I've enjoyed watching the League of Legends and Starcraft 2 tournaments that IPL held. I'm quite sad to see them go as I was impressed by the level of quality in their productions. Best of luck to everyone involved!


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Lichborne: The trouble with hit rating and expertise - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 17:00:00 EST

Every week, WoW Insider brings you Lichborne for blood, frost, and unholy death knights. In the post-Cataclysm era, death knights are no longer the new kids on the block. Let's show the other classes how a hero class gets things done.

Hit rating and expertise are the life blood of the max level PvE death knight. DPS death knights need exactly 7.5% hit rating and 7.5% expertise to avoid missing raid bosses or having their attacks dodged outright. Even tanks, while a miss is less of a big deal for them, may find hit and expertise helps them keep threat and prevent key debuffs from falling off the mob. They're so powerful that if you aren't near those caps, your DPS will suffer horribly, and in most cases, the one thing you do to increase raid DPS is to hit those caps if you aren't at them already.

Now, this is what we have reforging and regemming for though, right? Sometimes it's just not that simple. Today, we'll take a look at the problems with hit gear and suggest some solutions.

The big problem is that once hit and expertise do their job of letting you hit the mob, they are almost literally useless. Dual wielders get a little bit of extra help for their normal weapon hits, but 2 handed wielders get literally nothing else out of them at all. They're dead stats. Arguably, it's bad even if you are at the 7.5% caps, because that means you have a bit of hit and expertise. and expertise rating that's not needed for daily questing or dungeon runs, or even for most raid trash.

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"World First" Ra-den? - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 16:00:00 EST

Manaflask, ardent follower of the World First race, has reported that the final bonus boss of this tier has been defeated by a Chinese guild named 七 煌. So why the question mark? Manaflask has looked deeper into the kill, and it appears that there's something fishy afoot.

Asia's guilds are already considered to be on a separate racecourse, so to speak, to the EU and NA guilds we habitually report on, thanks to their increased item levels and higher HP bosses, but this is far beyond that. Manaflask reports the following:
Apparently 七 煌 switched to 10 man after downing Lei Shen in 25 and that made all of Ra-Den's abilities work as it if were 10 man (except they had 25 people there fighting him) [...] The guild supposedly reported the issue to Blizzard so there isn't any actual exploiting going on, just a bug due to the different way in which 10s and 25s are handled in Asia (different lockout etc).
What's more, and this is unconfirmed so should be treated as such, theories have surfaced that there is a bug with the boss. The guild's raid leader is quoted as having said that they also "met something usual in the encounter". We assume they mean unusual, and Manaflask also has theories that, by preventing Ra-Den from reaching his adds, he is prevented from gaining any of his abilities. They also mentioned that Ra-Den turns friendly at 5.5%, which seems likely to be an intentional feature, given what we've heard already in sound files and the like.

The guild have, as mentioned above, reported this to Blizzard, and are convinced that, given all the aforementioned, their kill shouldn't be considered valid. Ion Hazzikostas previously asserted that if he was badly bugged the limited attempts would be lifted, but that seems unlikely at this late stage. We will wait and see, but for now, he's down.

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Patch 5.3: Transmog to be available from bank and void storage - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 15:00:00 EST

If you're a fan of mogging whose bags are already full to bursting, then MMO-Champion brings good news: in patch 5.3, you'll be able to transmogrify using items that are currently in the bank or void storage. The ability is actually already in the game for void storage, but there's no UI elements that let you access it. However, anyone wanting to get ahead of the curve can download the VoidTransmog addon, and transmogrify away without the bother of actually pulling your items out of storage.

While it's a small change, we're sure transmog fans will appreciate the convenience of this tweak. Of course, patch 5.3 is still far on the horizon and it's likely that eager transmogrifiers will be waiting on this for quite a while.

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Why don't you tank or heal? - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 14:00:00 EST

I had an interesting conversation on Twitter with Bashiok late last night on one of the trickier questions Blizzard face in their current content, and indeed, in queue-able content since they introduced the dungeon finder, and latterly the raid finder.

The key is, of course, the final sentence. How does Blizzard get more people to tank, and indeed, to heal? It seems to us here at WoW Insider that a key part to answering that question is to establish what's stopping people tanking and healing in the first place. Hence the question in the header, why don't you tank or heal?

Why does it matter? Well, for those who don't tank or heal, there are currently rather long queues, in the Raid Finder as well as the Dungeon Finder. If whatever's stopping people can be dealt with, and more players take on these roles, then queue times will drop for everyone. WoW Insider has some theories about potential things that are stopping people, but do tell us what you think.

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Weekly Podcast Roundup: April 1-7, 2013 - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 13:00:00 EST

Every Monday evening, WoW Insider brings you a long list of WoW podcasts that were published the week and weekend before. If you don't see your favorite World of Warcraft podcast listed, just let us know in the comments. Be sure to leave a link to it, and we'll pick it up next week.

All podcasts and content belong to their owners. WoW Insider is not responsible for what you hear, and some of the content may not be safe for work.

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Officers' Quarters: Charter pirates - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 12:00:00 EST

Every Monday, Scott Andrews contributes Officers' Quarters, a column about the ins and outs of guild leadership. He is the author of The Guild Leader's Handbook.

I never thought I'd be writing an OQ column about intellectual property, but here we are:

Hi Scott,

I'll make this short and to the point, because I'm honestly at the end of my rope with just how disrespectful, inconsiderate, and shady some folks who play this game are.

Without going into too much detail, we removed some folks from our guild a few weeks ago; they tried to poach our members and couldn't, so they ended up stealing our charter instead.

I found out because I noticed them advertising in trade chat, so I scoped their website out. Lo and behold, there were MY words I worked so dutifully on, for many hours, over the course of a few weeks, with my co-GM and other officers. This charter was the result of almost a year's worth of questions, concerns, comments, and experiences we all have shared since forming our guild, and to see another guild just blatantly rip it off was infuriating.

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The Queue: Stark puberty - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 11:00:00 EST

Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Alex Ziebart will be your host today.

Osha calling Bran "little lord" is suddenly really weird, now that puberty has hit Bran like a freight train. It's a cute pet name turned insult. The kid grew a foot, exchanged his voice with Barry White, and changed the entire topography of his face in less than a year. Pretty impressive.

I'm talking about Game of Thrones, for the confused.

SkarnWoW asked:

Why do people say that dailies are repetitive and boring, but dungeons are not? If you are chain running dungeons, you are running the same 5-mans over and over. 5-mans that you've done many times. If you are leveling your 3rd alt, dungeons you've done MANY times. Why is doing the same dailies boring, but doing the same dungeons not?

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Around Azeroth: Going green - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 10:00:00 EST

It's pretty amazing what lengths people in this game will go to for minor aesthetic changes to their character. Running endless dungeons for transmog gear, spending hundred of thousands of gold on jewelcrafting mounts, and of course leveling and training battle pets so they can have the rarest companion possible. Now with the introduction of the green fire quests in Patch 5.2, warlocks can undergo an entire questline to change the color of their spells. Submitter Pinkbunnie of Azeroth Alliance Raiders on Ghostlands (EU-A) has been trying to get her green fire since March 24 and finally defeated Kanrethad a few days ago. Congratulations!

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Drama Mamas: Of flings and friendships - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 09:00:00 EST

Drama Mamas Lisa Poisso and Robin Torres are experienced gamers and real-life mamas -- and just as we don't want our precious babies to be the ones kicking and wailing on the floor of the checkout lane next to the candy, neither do we want you to become known as That Guy on your realm.

Harassment is as harassment does.
Dear Drama Mamas,

To put it simply, I am incredibly overwhelmed by a mix of issues with my guild both online and off. I have been with the same guild since about 2009(ish) and was one of the founding members. I assisted with raid leading, recruitment, and many other facets of keeping things running. Myself, our guild leader - who I will call J, and a fellow officer, W were all very close friends for several years.

Until I made a fatal mistake. During a guild event myself and W got... a little too close. I know it was a mistake and it has been having a negative impact on my life for several years now. Whenever I would date anyone else, W would become incredibly jealous and angry, to the point of threatening me, and making incredibly lewd remarks to me via e-mail or messenger services. J, on the other hand did not want to become involved (reasonably so, I think) and would not address the issue.

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Breakfast Topic: What are the meta-reasons you love WoW? - Mon, 08 Apr 2013 08:00:00 EST

Oh, sure. WoW boasts great gameplay and features some magnificent art. The music is outstanding and the stories are pretty good. It's an awesome game. But these aren't the only to love about World of Warcraft.

For one thing, the community is pretty awesome. While the official forums do occasionally degenerate into a bit of trolling and name-calling, they're also some of the most polite, friendly, and welcoming gaming boards on the internet.

The game is relatively responsible about social issues. While things like murder, war, and torture obviously take place, you can't escape this lingering notion that there's social commentary happening underneath the story. Chain mail bikinis are largely a thing of the past. And even if the occasional midriff shows up, at least we're not sporting slave outfits. The game certainly doesn't make light of mental health issues or sexual assault.

Blizzard threw open the doors to the developers, sharing Ghostcrawler and others' insights on how the game is built, balanced, and developed. The community managers engage in meaningful, high-level topics that lend insight to their community strategies. Not only is it good for the game, there's information to be learned.

So while I obviously love playing the game, I love being involved with a game whose meta-community is better than average. It's a great place to be, and I thank you all for it. But, what about you? What do you love about the game, that's not strictly the game play itself?

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Know Your Lore: Vol'jin and conflicted loyalties - Sun, 07 Apr 2013 20:00:00 EST

The World of Warcraft is an expansive universe. You're playing the game, you're fighting the bosses, you know the how -- but do you know the why? Each week, Matthew Rossi and Anne Stickney make sure you Know Your Lore by covering the history of the story behind World of Warcraft.
"Why?" a voice asked. Vol'jin felt the voice in his bones; it rumbled inside him. "Why you lead our people to subjugation? Surely it be better to fight alone an' proud, to die alone an' proud." "No," Vol'jin said, thinking it through. "De Darkspears should always be free an' proud. But we got to be alive to be free. If we dead, we lost. Better to bide our time, to endure. We be an ancient race, mon, and we endure."
Vol'jin may have been abruptly thrown into the role of leader for the Darkspear tribe, but that doesn't mean he wasn't prepared for it. The leader of the Darkspear is far more clever than one would think. And although he readily agreed to think over what Thrall had said regarding Garrosh Hellscream, it seems in Mists of Pandaria that the conclusion he's come to is that while Thrall's intentions may have been good, the placement of Garrosh as Warchief of the Horde was an error ... one that needs to be corrected.

All around Azeroth, the Horde is crumbling to pieces, and the blame lies on the actions of Garrosh Hellscream. Yet how can Vol'jin justify turning his back on the Horde, leading the Darkspear into the unknown? How can Vol'jin justify his actions in Cataclysm, Mists, and the upcoming release of patch 5.3?

Please note: Today's Know Your Lore contains some brief spoilers for patch 5.3 content. If you're trying to avoid spoilers, you may want to turn away.

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WoW Moviewatch: Truth About Murlocs - Sun, 07 Apr 2013 18:00:00 EST

Thanks to Caliswow for suggesting Truth About Murloc. It's been a while since I've revisited Darkpippi's Kermit-perfect parody and relaxed to the dulcet tones of a ravenous murloc. It's hard to go from the chill lyrics of Truth About Rainbows to the inevitable consumption of all life by Murlocs, but Darkpippi has managed that feat very well. This is a song for the ages.

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Do we need another Wintergrasp or Tol Barad? - Sun, 07 Apr 2013 16:00:00 EST

Mists of Pandaria is like playing in a field of daffodils while drinking from a mug of stout. Very little to complain about, if you don't mind the eternal dailies. But even with the household chore of doing your dailies, there's one element I still miss from previous expansions: Wintergrasp. (Or Tol Barad, if you prefer).

While Wintergrasp and Tol Barad both had their design challenges, always revolving around that unpredictable critter called human behavior, these World PvP Zones provided dynamics to the game you can't reproduce with queued BGs.

It was a place to play with your server mates, matching your own PvP skills against other folks from your server. While you might run across a familiar face in the regular BGs, Wintergrasp and Tol Barad were the best places to get your home server action happening. These days, Alliance vs. Horde guild rivalries feel a little silly. You don't see each other to have a real feud, unless you're on a PvP server.

The fight timing of the zones lent itself to "WoW breaks." Busy cleaning the house, studying for a test, and otherwise being a productive member of society? Well, trotting off to Wintergrasp or TB when it was up provided a nice, occasional timed break. That probably seems like a minor thing, since you could just do the same as with a BG, but the game's enforced timing gave that work-break-work habit a more natural feel. And the Pomodoro Technique of productivity is effective for a reason. This was the Wintergrasp Technique.

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The Queue: Crack that whip - Sun, 07 Apr 2013 14:00:00 EST

Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Mike Sacco will be your host today.

Okay, sure, one more Castlevania music video to round out the weekend.

KvalriSunstrider asked:

Has it ever been explicity stated in lore that the Titanic Watchers or the Dragon Aspects are more powerful than the other? Is an NPC's Level an indication of their power (I mean lore power here, obviously it's an indication of their mechanical power) or of where they fall in the universe's timeline? I know I sometimes try to apply conventional wisdom to WoW where it isn't really applicable, but this has been driving me nuts as I've gotten more and more into the lore.

Unlike old Transformers toy boxes, there's no convenient Power Level Rating for most Azerothian beings. We're not sure who's stronger, or how that strength would even be measured, for that matter.

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Sunday Morning Funnies: Trigonometry Comics - Sun, 07 Apr 2013 12:00:00 EST

Sunday Morning Funnies is your weekly list of WoW-related web comics.

SMF is spotlighting a regularly updating WoW-related comic each week. Last week, Contested Territory was featured. To continue the series is Trigonometry Comics:

Trigonometry Comics is a comic about a gnome death knight named Trigonometry. She's a high-functioning psychopath with a talent for deductive reasoning and an obsession with mathematics. Ever since the fall of the Lich King, she's been struggling to find her place in the world. Luckily, she is not alone; she has her friends, Sparcle and Helayne. And then there's Arugadh, a proud, stiff-necked dwarf paladin who would put the death knight into the ground permanently, if not for the fact that they're being forced to work together.

The comic is created by Brett (aka Trigonometry), who is happily married, possesses "no particular talent for mathematics," and is "owned by two cats." Brett creates the comic mainly in-game. It is a good balance of funny, dramatic, and philosophical.

Trigonometry Comics updates on Mondays and Wednesdays.

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Around Azeroth: Everything looks worse in black and white - Sun, 07 Apr 2013 10:00:00 EST

What's the best outfit to go with a translucent skeletal horse? Why, a nice monochrome gothic dominatrix ensemble, of course. Submitter Emanuelle of Sinners on Darkspear (EU-H) went to extreme lengths to coordinate her skimpy regalia and huge monster claw with her surroundings. It worked well in the undead areas, but she looked pretty awkward when she returned to the lush jungles and bright colors of Pandaria.

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Breakfast Topic: Did you participate in Noblegarden? - Sun, 07 Apr 2013 08:00:00 EST

I have a confession to make. I didn't really do anything at all for Noblegarden this year. Let's face it, I got the mount last year. I've done all the quests. I've gotten all the achievements. There's nothing remarkably new or exciting about the holiday, so I just ... skipped it. And to be perfectly honest, I'd sort of forgotten it existed until I suddenly found myself randomly slapped with a pair of bunny ears.

And this has been kind of par for the course for holidays. I barely notice them in passing. I did pick up my gifts under the tree during Winter's Veil, but other than that, the year has been kind of a blur as far as in game holidays goes. Now maybe it's just the fact that I've been playing this game so terribly long, but I do tend to wonder -- how many people are participating in the holiday stuff? How many people are still after achievements, mounts, pets, and other fun things assorted with the holidays?

It also makes me wonder if we'll see any more revamps of the old stuff in Mists. Supposedly, Brewfest is due for a visit from the pandaren this year, which might just convince me it's worth attending this time around. I would, however, like to see a new holiday introduced. I'd love to see a pandaren holiday. Not the Wanderer's Festival, but a once-a-year, proper holiday event. It's a given that pandaren likely know how to throw one heck of a party, so let's see one in action!

So how about you guys? Did you head out and participate in Noblegarden? Are there any holidays you're still participating in, year after year? Do you think Azeroth could use a new annual holiday -- and if so, what do you think it should be? And don't worry -- if you, like me, completely forgot about Noblegarden, you've got the rest of the day to frantically gather eggs before it's all over. Just hit up low level towns of either faction and start hunting!

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The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Theoretical limits and the DPS warrior - Sat, 06 Apr 2013 20:00:00 EST

Every week, WoW Insider brings you The Care and Feeding of Warriors, the column dedicated to arms, fury and protection warriors. Despite repeated blows to the head from dragons, demons, Old Gods and whatever that thing over there was, Matthew Rossi will be your host.

I always agonize over breaking set bonuses. You can sim it out all you like, you can run dummy tests, you can hit up LFR to test it out, but at the end there's always that brief period of self doubt over abandoning a set bonus for overall higher stats. My current raid had something like four warriors, four hunters, and a fair amount of shamans and monks so I'm not even trying for tier right now, instead focusing on overall upgrades. So last night, after getting a nice DPS ring and breastplate, I decided to break my Tier 14 4 piece set bonus.

To be honest, my performance seems to have improved, and I find myself wondering if it's because I raid as arms, since we don't get the double-crit on Mortal Strike that fury gets on Bloodthirst. I did do some LFR after the raid as fury, but my weapons are significantly below my arms weapon (since I can't use a polearm with Titan's Grip and I haven't gotten squat for SMF in two tiers of raiding) so in the end it felt like a wash. Heck, in order to even test TG I had to do an item restore on my upgraded Starshatter.

One of the issues facing us as DPS warriors is the idea of maximum DPS by spec. A lot of people will use sites like Noxxic, look up what the maximum DPS is for their class by spec, and just spec that. It doesn't work, and they get frustrated. Based on a conversation I had in LFR last night, I'm doing everything imaginable wrong by speccing arms as a DPS warrior, and I found myself forced to defend my spec choice even while outperforming everyone else. In fact, it seemed to irritate said person that I was doing what he said couldn't be done. Now, let me be clear that this isn't Noxxic's fault - it's a poor craftsman who blames his tools, and it's a worse craftsman who tries to use a power drill as a belt sander. But let's talk a bit about the difference between your DPS in a perfect vacuum vs. your DPS in an actual raid situation.

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WoW Moviewatch: Fallout - Megaera - Sat, 06 Apr 2013 18:00:00 EST

Here's another incredible video from Fifth Element. This time riffing on Fallout, the 2 minute intro features all the nostalgic awesome you could possibly want. I'm continually impressed by how these guys manage to kick out these amazing videos, one after another.

This video features a special treat. If you keep an eye on the wall posters, you can spot a shout out to this article by Brian Wood. So, Fifth Element may agree that, "Yes, beast mastery can raid."

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9 years later, a venerable trinket finally dies - Sat, 06 Apr 2013 16:00:00 EST

There are very few items in World of Warcraft that have much of a shelf life beyond the games in which they debut. No matter how powerful and prestigious they are, they get nerfed, or their level range is restricted, or -- most commonly -- they're simply outclassed by bigger and better gear. Thunderfury lasted through early Magtheridon kills in The Burning Crusade before Blizzard nerfed its threat. The Luffa was resurrected for a few shining weeks to help guilds kill Moroes before the developers squashed its use for anyone past level 60. Even the most hotly contested BC trinket and Wrath trinkets, the Dragonspine Trophy and Deathbringer's Will, were eventually scuttled by DPS, no matter how much intra-guild bloodletting they'd inspired before.

However, the Darkmoon Card: Blue Dragon somehow managed to fly under the radar for years. While it was never the best trinket in any tier outside of classic, it was still a pretty solid regen piece (albeit more so before in-combat regeneration was improved during Wrath). I got mine after Aertimus at Hotstree noted in early Wrath that it was still shockingly good almost five years after it appeared in the game, and I knew legions of healers who pulled theirs out of mothballs or went to hunt the Beasts deck themselves as a result. You never know, we all said, when it'll pop up in the middle of a sea of "better" trinkets and still be one of your best options for regen.

No more. As Blizzard announced during a hotfix late on April 4 for the recent patch 5.2, the Blue Dragon "now has a reduced chance to activate its effect for characters that are level 61-69 and its effect no longer activates for characters above level 69." I guess it'll be in the bank for good now, because I just don't have the heart to get rid of a workhorse trinket that performed its job faithfully for so long.


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WRUP: Our suggestions for April Fools' Jokes - Sat, 06 Apr 2013 14:00:00 EST

Well, WoW didn't get to do an April Fools' joke. That sucks but is totally understandable. But they've got their friends here at WoW Insider to help out. This week's bonus question is: What would you have done for a WoW April Fools' Joke?

Alex Ziebart (@AlexZiebart) This weekend I'm doing another playthrough of Bioshock Infinite. While not a perfect game, there are a couple instances where the narrative falls apart for the sake of shock value, most of it is pretty damn good. As for Blizzard April Fools' Joke, they should've changed the World of Warcraft logo on Battle.net to Titan.

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The Queue: La hora es tarde - Sat, 06 Apr 2013 12:00:00 EST

Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Mike Sacco will be your host today.

I guess I'm doing two Castlevania music videos in a row. Will tomorrow be the hat trick?!

NunoMarce asked:

Is there any criteria Blizzard uses when sending free gameplay weeks for inactive accounts ? I ask because I want to resub my girlfriend's account but I was waiting for the free week so she could play the free seven days plus the month, but so far she never got the email from Blizzard. Should be worth mentioning we both received several free weeks in the past, and I got mine as soon as 5.2 hit. Some friends of mine even got the free week twice! What gives?

Honestly, I couldn't tell you. I'm sure Blizzard has internal criteria for sending out the free weeks -- you could try asking the BlizzardCS Twitter account.

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Around Azeroth: There's a story in your voice - Sat, 06 Apr 2013 10:00:00 EST

"Our guild, Thundering Hammer Clan on Feathermoon (US-H), was recently featured on WoW Insider for the cross-realm RP event we hosted," writes submitter Jatazi. "The first ever in-game (well, that we are aware of) Kosh'harg took place on March 20, 2013. I'm submitting a few screenshots showcasing the fun had by all. It was an awesome event!" In this screenshot, a group of storytellers entertained the crowd with their tales of wonder and/or sweet pyrotechnics.
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Breakfast Topic: I've had enough! - Sat, 06 Apr 2013 08:00:00 EST

I'm not one to make a big deal out of a minor itch. Whether it's an annoying person, irritating behavior, or a frustrating situation, I can keep on rolling without interruption. But oh, there comes the inevitable straw that breaks the camel's back. For me in Mists, it was the ookin' dook flingers and dear Li Li (bless her heart) who tag-teamed to destroy my last nerve. Individually, I think I could handle them, but since the moment I found my quest logs on both factions simultaneously logjammed by the pair of them, I've cut a wide path around both. No more hozen. No more strident brats. So, so done.

Sometimes a new thing seems enjoyable at first, but after repeated exposure to it, it begins grating on your nerves until you just can't take another second. Beyond grating characters -- no more talk about annoying NPCs -- is there something else in Mists of Pandaria that's become the target of your own ire? Maybe it's a quest type that's worn out its appeal, a running joke that's lost its edge, or a trending group or raid behavior that frustrates you to tears. Is there some aspect of the game that you wish would quietly, completely wink out of existence overnight? Is there something prevalent in today's game that makes you clap your hands over your eyes and screech "Enough!"?

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Weekly news roundup with Panser of TradeChat - Fri, 05 Apr 2013 20:00:00 EST

TradeChat's Panser returns with this week's WoW Insider news recap, where we look back at the hottest news from the past week and whatever other kickin' rad things may have come our way. This week's topics include: If you enjoyed the show, make sure to subscribe to TradeChat, leave a comment, and come back next week for the next episode!

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