The first time I faced

With each new patch changes are made to the blizzard UI that can break third party UI mods and cause any number of problems in the client.Before you report a bug, please disable (or delete) all of your mods and test the situation again. If the issue does not happen without mods installed then it is not a WoW bug and you should contact the mod creator for further assistance.

How do I know that I’ve found a bug?: If you think you’ve found a bug at all, you should report it. In the worst case, you have actually found a bug, and in the best case, someone will point out that what your experiencing is intended functionality and will (hopefully) explain how to avoid the issue that you’re experiencing. Often, bugs will go unreported because people aren’t sure if it is “worth” reporting. The fact of the matter is that *every* bug is worth reporting. What just looks like a small graphic error may actually be a quest item underground or a hole in the map. You’re making the game better by reporting issues that you’ve noticed. As a side note, custom user interfaces can cause a variety of issues with the game, so please try to verify that the bug occurs without any custom UI mods loaded.

 

 

As a World of Warcraft player for many years, Mists of Pandaria absolutely wins in terms of value.  It is a welcome expansion for a game that really felt like a downward slide  after Cataclysm. Mists is a solid expansion with plenty to do. It is not anything crazy new and innovative but it is an enjoyable update to the king of all MMOs. I believe the true value comes in the form of the pet system and instance designs. They are really quite fun and Blizzard continues to add to their world by pushing new systems and fine- tuining older ones with new ideas. Although I liked Lich King the best of all the expansions, Mists of Pandaria definitely delivers.  With recent sales on the old expansions, WoW is still King of the subscription MMO, and you get quite a lot for your money.

Mists of Pandaria continues the long tradition of Warcraft in a great way for veteran players. I don’t know that too many new players will be joining WoW in this expansion, but it does favor the fan base. We will see how Blizzard handles patches and updates in the coming months and into 2013. My hope is that in 2014 Blizzard will truly deliver a knock out punch for the game’s ten year anniversary. If they are also launching Titan around that time it will be a very interesting year indeed.

 

Last weekend we were shown that this world in Guild Wars 2 will continue to expand over time, as new threats crawl out of the cracks.  Some threats in the world of Tyria are just animals found in the wild and small in size.  Others are mighty warrior centaurs and other opposing factions.  But the really exciting enemies are the big ones.  The giants and the dragons being the largest.  Well, one should get excited from fighting them anyways.

I spent a ton of my time playing video games.  Defeating goombas and slaying ninjas became an everyday activity.  But I lived for the boss fights!  It doesn’t matter what genre of game of you play, the big boss is always waiting around the corner  to put your skills to the ultimate tests.  With ArenaNet throwing dragons into Guild Wars 2, you will fight against one of the most powerful creatures in fantasy.  For me, the larger the enemy is, the more rewarding it is to bring them down.

The first time I faced off against a dragon it was an exciting experience, but when I ventured off to slay the other dragons they didn’t seem so tough.  Here I was fighting a dragon that could alter the very ground I stood on just be flying above it.  Why was this dragon standing on the ground so much?  Why was I able to stay alive so easily during the fight?  I’m fighting a great beats called the Shatterer!  My character should /wetpants whenever the dragon looks in its general direction! 

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