Monday, December 05, 2005

Episode 1--Let the pain begin!

Episode 1 is up!

Talk of raiders vs. non-raiders, and some PvP talk as well!

Special thanks to PurePwnage for the permission to use their song "World of Warcraft is a Feeling" in my podcast! Thanks guys, you rock!

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ive listened to your podcast. If you dont like the game, quit! Im a non raiding gamer, and its been really fun there are so many micro goals out there its not just for high end raiders. The people who have epics are the ones who have put their time in, they earned it. Stop complaining. quit the game and go to a game that you do enjoy.

6:32 PM, March 07, 2006  
Anonymous Amberfox said...

*rolls around happily* Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you! (Trapped off WoW today as I am while I'm hunting down the elusive probably-a-virus on my father's computer, I'm indulging myself in listening to the WorldofPodCast series from the beginning, which I've been meaning to do for a while.)

My hunter has been 60 for about half of her playtime, and she's basically shelved, because *I don't raid*. I don't like dealing with large numbers of strangers. I don't have the large blocks of time available that the high-end raids demand. When my guild started doing MC, they said it was an 8-to-12-hour commitment. I have 2 kids, one a toddler. This just isn't going ot work for me. So, no more lvl 60 unless I'm farming, and there's just so much farming that I can take. It gets old.

I'm totally in agreement with your suggestion that the developers be required to put out a 5- or 10-man instance for every 20- or 40-man. One of my guildmates has stopped playing rather than raid, and was absolutely disguested to find that Blizzard's promised new small-group content is, in fact, nothing other than lowering the number of people who can go into the high-end instances. Gee, thanks. Bastards.

Oh, and something I think is interesting. I found out recently that on my main server, Gilneas, the Alliance PvP grinders have an arrangement to drastically reduce their PvP once they hit the highest rank, so that someone else can get the rank next week.

1:18 PM, March 22, 2006  

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