PAX East has proven a prime hunting ground for preternaturally large sad clown snowman otters (or if you play D&D, "dire sad clown snowman otters"). You can see me above, attempting to blend into the sad clown snowman otter herd in order to better know my enemy. Pick Tepig, you nerds! Criminy, you could even pick Snivy over this guy! Look at this sad clown snowman otter! He's so stupid!
First off, I have been doing RAF with a friend, and we are now level 52. When does that cap now? Was it ever updated?
Secondly, last night we ran DM: Gordok Commons. As we got to the final boss, I noted that part of the encounter was Cho'Rush the Observer. As far as I know, there are only two other Cho'Something ogres, Cho'War the Pillager, in Nagrand, as well as Cho'Gall. Does the Cho' part of Cho'Something mean anything?
1. Recruit-a-Friend benefits run out at 90 days or level 60, whichever comes first.
2. Cho is like the John of ogre names.
A worgen, it seems, is supposed to be a human until infected or what ever with the Worgen disease/curse (whatever). Thus my question is if there is a lore reason that a Gilnean can be a druid but humans from anywhere else can not be? I understand the game mechanics reason perhaps it is just that.
I'm sure that with proper training, a human could be just about anything. Same with orcs. But Gilneans have a foreleg up on other humans because they've been living around druidic energy and rituals for a long time. There's even reason to believe Gilneans have a little night elf blood in them. Whether due to the curse or just training, though, it doesn't appear that any Gilnean druids were capable of shapeshifting prior to meeting the night elves after the Cataclysm.
Have PvP titles come back in the game?? I was in AV last night an was running around with a few Sergeants. If they have returned how would we manage to get these titles??
Yes, they're attainable through rated battlegrounds.
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