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- Stan D in World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandariaposted at 12:54 pm Apr 19,2014
With Warlords of Draenor Alpha live, we now have the first Raid Tier here. This set will be obtained in the first raid zones that will be available with the launch of the expansion. More sets will surely follow, but today, we'll look at the Paladin Tier 17 Set. Various recolours are available, as usual for the different difficulties -- Raid Finder, Flex, Normal, Mystic (Warlords version of Heroic Difficulty).
Please note that this set is still a work in progress and doesn't have to be finished as the game is still in an early Alpha testing stage.The final version may, therefore, look totally different, but that's kind of unlikely, since we all know how lazy Blizz is at set designing.
Here's a video of the set. I especially like the "animated shoulder plates"!
Do you like the
- Aspenach in Blade and Soulposted at 12:14 am Jan 16,2014
Today I have painstakingly salvage information through the net and Chinese forums to put together some guides on how to tackle the various bosses in the Pohwan instance. The amount of information is too much for the blog so I have put up the guides on my webby. This might not be the best guide out there but this was something I could put together. I will most likely take some time to concentrate on clearing this instance so might be inactive in blogging for the next few days.
Website layout example:
For more details on the Pohwan Instance Guide, please click on the link here.
Please feel free to drop me some of your own tips for any of the bosses should you have. =)
- Prango in defaultposted at 4:04 pm Sep 16,2013
This is what must do 1-9 years old kid, Play with His/Her friends in garden, with the absolutely common toys or just get fun with friends, not in internet but in real life (This is what i remember from my childhood, I was playing soccer with friends, exploring new places of our region ^_^ or something like that. Instead of this we see horrible picture of our new generation, check the imag
- MapleTire in defaultposted at 4:43 pm Mar 18,2012
While theres client based programs out there to help you install MMO clients, such as the imfamous Ijji Reactor and with the help of Steam. Aeria Games took it out on their own with the release of Ignite.
Ignite is a program whichs help you connect onto Aeria Games. While you can simply go on Aeria Games and log in, Ignite helps players connect together alot more effectively. Ignite gives you the option to add friends and even send messages to them within the program.
It also gives you easy links to MMOs to the website and what's already installed in your computer, so you wouldn't have to brother redetecting what's already installed in your computer. Also you can simply log in with your current accounts, so no signing up for current players as you play the MMOs or to access other inf
- CM_Hastur in Dragonicaposted at 6:04 pm Jan 29,2012
The Dragon Fellowship is once again looking for the best of the best to enter the: Tournament of Dragons. The September and October edition of the Tournament of Dragons had heroes facing each other in 1 on 1 battle of varying levels. This time teams of heroes will battle each other for glory and cash prizes too!!
Test your might against 15 other teams to see who the toughest Heroes on Vyvern are!
15 Teams of 4(1 alternate is allowed) who register on a first-come, first-served basis on the official Tournament Registration thread. All participants must have a valid Dragon Saga account and forum account all in good standing (if your WarpPortal account or your forum account is banned, you will be disqualified).
•First-Fourth round- 4
- adamskydancer in Dead or Aliveposted at 11:29 pm Feb 05,2010
Author: Artefact Categories: Games, H, News Date: Feb 5, 2010 16:31 JST
The USA’s top game censorship body, the ESRB, has been condemned for publishing a heavily jaundiced rating of PSP micro-bikini simulator Dead or Alive Paradise, accusing the game of being “cheesy,” having “creepy voyeurism” and containing “bizarre, misguided notions of what women really want” by portraying them cavorting in bikinis on the beach.
---Originally from Sankaku Complex
- ItaiSan in defaultposted at 6:06 pm Sep 19,2009
So is P2P games are the future of MMO's? first what do i mean by saying "future". When I Say future I mean, what will be played more- F2P or P2P? Well the answer to this question is allready known, F2P of course. But will be more desireble? will P2P still have more "options" then F2P? better graphics? or better graphics?\
The answer is clearly Uncoditonally YES! Absolutly YES! but how?in the last year or two even. We have seen major progress in f2p games. Perfect World, Jade Dynasty and the most discussed Runes Of Magic. ROM is such a great game that its has tons of players,and a first exepension and the game didn't have his first anniversary - or it did? anyways ROM is so big popular just beacuse it offers a p2p experience in a f2p game. In my opinoin ROM is so big (if not the game then its idea) that it actually threatens, and i'll use Cyrrus Epix words "Big Brother" The "Best game Ine the world" The unbeatble WOW that Blizzard acutally had to launch another expension to the game, known as "Catalysm".
The Only Problem with ROM is its Graphics - dont get me wrong! no no no! ROM has a wonderful gameplay but re
- Chaospattern in defaultposted at 1:06 am Oct 28,2007
The whole reason is that as everyone is been getting tired of WoW and other new online multi-player pc g
- wangwang in defaultposted at 6:46 pm Jun 18,2007
With community members from all walks of life and a fan base that spans the globe, the Pirates of the Burning Sea community is the very definition of diverse. While we firmly believe that our diversity is one of our biggest strengths, it has also been a source of some of our community’s greatest friction.
Of course, we’ve always expected our forum members to not only respect that diversity, but to help us maintain and support it by avoiding bigoted diatribes and unwarranted attacks on individuals based solely on their geographic location or ethnic origins.
These expectations get especially tricky when you consider that fact that a crucial aspect of Pirates of the Burning Sea revolves around the friction between real nations, namely the British, Spanish and French.
So to help clarify our expectations, I’m adding the following to our forum rules:
Players are encouraged to participate and contribute to the conflicts between nations as it occurs in the context of Pirates of the Burning Sea game play. That is to say, posts that are made to deride, cajole or taunt enemy nations can be acceptable, so long as it is made clear that the tirade in question is a role-play device,