All Things Azeroth #172 – Internet? Are you still out there?

All Things Azeroth, your World of Warcraft Podcast, is back as Medros records while mostly offline to talk about Patch 3.3, Lore of Icecrown, hear from legends in the creation of Warcraft

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3 Responses to All Things Azeroth #172 – Internet? Are you still out there?

  1. Jenazpod says:

    Yay, ATA is back!
    Glad to hear Hasteur got his prizes. 😀
    The WoW audio you played in this episode was super exciting! It always sounds like a movie.
    It was super interesting to hear about the favorite personal moments from people who work for Blizzard!
    Great show!

  2. coward says:

    I have to laugh sometimes at the quality of information in the podcast and this podcast was certainly no exception. It is laughable for someone to speak with a tone of expertise or authority that has never experienced the patch changes for themselves. Despite the host complete misunderstanding of how the new random Dungeon Finder looting system works I do agree with one point he made. If the looting rules are not agreed upon IN PARTY CHAT at the start of the run frozen orbs and the like are fair game for name rolls. Blizzard can only step in and resolve a looting dispute IF AND ONLY IF agreement to looting rules has been typed in party/raid chat.
    As for enchanters not wanting to allow their disenchanting skills to be used by other player automatically, the host and I will need to agree to disagree. Yes the disenchant option has devalued enchanting mats somewhat making it harder for enchanters to make money off of enchanting mats in the AH. But what enchanters are not realizing is that with it being easier of a non-enchanter to pick up mats the enchanter can start charging more to actually do the enchant. A non-enchanter who once had to pay 50g to buy the mats would not likely want to pay another 10g for and enchant pre-3.3. Post-3.3 that same non-enchanter might be willing to pay 15-20g for the same enchant when they were able to gather the mats running a dozen or so random instances. The opportunity to make money though enchanting is still there, it just doesn’t rely as heavily on AH sales as it once did. And before anyone QQ’s about my views, I do have an enchanter. Even though my enchanter is still leveling and I never intended to use her as a money maker, I have yet to run across any problems getting the mats I need for skill up and whatever else I need. In fact, I am still getting more mats than I can use and do collect a modest profit from periodically selling the excess on the AH.

  3. Coward, I wish you luck. Whatever made you decide that being a wannabe-alpha-geek jackass on the internet was not only acceptable but desirable, I hope only that you get over it soon. You have so much potential, and you’re squandering it all on making people think you’re compensating for something.

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