So, for those of you expecting a champ review on Lulu, I’m going to have to kill-errr, ‘disappoint’ you (your brain’s knack for living, that is). I’m a bit angry at LoL for that champion, so you’ll have to wait another week for my nerves to calm before I review her (yes, I’ve played her. No, I don’t like her…yet. And yes, I hate squirrels.). I was going to review her, buuut…
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This week on The Voice, I discuss the sweeping changes made to World of Warcraft and the effects they have had/will have on lowbies and new players.
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For me, like most others, WoW patch time is a bittersweet sensation. I know there is new and exciting content on the way, but there’s always a lingering feeling of… “doom,” I suppose. I have been playing WoW for a very long time now, and it seems with every patch after the Burning Crusade has been released hasn’t been very fulfilling. Pre-BC patches were exciting and new. They released major content updates, one example being patch 1.12 which introducing a revamped PvP system and the PvP armor that started it all. But after the expansion, eh… new dungeons, nerfs, buffs, we know the drill. At first it was nice; a new dungeon with every major patch is good stuff, but it wore thin. Dungeons seemed rushed and weren’t very memorable as something like Naxxramas Pre-BC. But one thing I have always enjoyed are the patches right before an expansion. These patches offer an abundance of content including the always popular pre-expansion events. For any lore fanatic such as myself they are quite a spectacle.
This most recent patch was built to support the new expansion with talents, glyphs and the sort. Pre-expansion events have yet to be done except for a few things such as Garrosh being sworn as the new Warcheif of the Horde. Blizzard also added earthquakes, giving you a sense of the looming destruction Azeroth is going to suffer. That having been said, lets get into the major stuff: my opinion on the revamped talents, glyphs, and attributes.
Last week I covered a topic that is an immense rift in WoW fanhood, the private server; some people swear by it while some swear to see it permanently destroyed… most likely from the VD you get from it. My article last week touched on how illegal a private server can be… but exactly how illegal are we talking about here? Well, open your eyes wider and pay attention, you might be surprised.
This isn’t going to be a normal format article, I want to be a little deliberate with this topic as it is quite special to me. As many people are probably aware, the attention span of a human nowadays is so low tha- oh look, a butterfly! Because of this, even gamers now find it hard to focus on one game for too long until a new, flashier, easy to fit in most overhead storage one appears to tickle their fancy. Doubtless one of the worst games for the attention deficit-stricken in all of us is World of Warcraft.