Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Adam Holisky (@adamholisky) will be your host today.
Last night I was going through old posts to see if I could dig up a few things on Jeff Kaplan we've written (I couldn't find them, for what it's worth). In my travels I got to looking at a bunch of other things, and then veered off track for three hours.
I stumbled upon this post making light of all the changes to clams that came about in the early patch 3.0 cycle. Yes, you read that right: clams. Most of the changes were to help bag space be conserved, which isn't exciting really -- but still, it was interesting to look at.
In that post, however, there is just about every type of comment. The designers get attacked, random stuff gets posted, WoW Insider get attacked, I get attacked, Ghostcrawler gets linked (back when we thought he was a she). That post's comments are a microcosm of what the WoW community was like back in 2009.
Thank god we've moved on to more enlightened discourse.
Anyone else feel like TI is like playing "old school" EQ1 ( in a possitive way ). Organically forming groups with people actually ... *gasp* ... intereacting with each other. You know actually using "/say"?
It's old school in a very big way.