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The Queue: I have a WoW question for you, readers


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, senior hops editor, will be your host today.

I'm turning the tables on you today. Let me ask you a question:

Know any good (or semi-good) Australian-time raiding guilds?

I've come to a point that it's almost impossible for me to raid at night anymore (I think I signed the contract unknowingly when I proposed to the long-time girlfriend earlier this year), so a guild that raids down under would be perfect for me. I'll buy you a few beers at our meetup if you leave me a suggestion that ends up working. And that's LA-priced beers, too.

Jeremy asked:

Has anyone really speculated what will come in patch 4.3? Do you think blizzard will continue to release new heroics every other patch?

My understanding is it won't be long until we find out.

Henri asked:

If two players both select Need for an item (and they both actually need it) and the roll results in a tie, one player is chosen (randomly it seems) as the winner. What's the proper etiquette here? Is a reroll in order or is it just too bad for the player who missed out?

Don't worry, you've both already done the right thing.

If a loot roll results in a tie, there's another (albeit hidden) reroll to determine the winner.

Denjerre asked:

Does Deathwing attack level 1-20 zones?

There have been conflicting reports. At one point, Blizzard said that he won't be hitting the newbie zones, but we've heard from plenty of people who've had that happen to them.

My guess is that he does, and it's bug -- but not a big enough bug to do anything about.

ephunthepaladin asked:

I normally read the Queue and the other articles on my phone and the format recently changed from the mobile version to the version that you get when on a computer. My question is that is there any way to return it back to the mobile format?

You'll need to entirely clear your browser's cache (and possible cookies) on your phone. That'll return you to the mobile version you like.

Fudge asked:

Do you see yourselves at WoW Insider as journalists?

We're a WoW blog, which is a far cry from The New York Times. But there are points where we have strict journalistic standards. Leaks, controversial news, and some other stuff are very much treated as they'd be treated in any other newsroom. Our internal standards for those things are right around (and in some cases, greater) than those of traditional print media.

Have questions about the World of Warcraft? The WoW Insider crew is here with The Queue, our daily Q&A column. Leave your questions in the comments, and we'll do our best to answer 'em!

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