The Queue: Always double down on Sacco

Mathew McCurley
M. McCurley|04.09.12

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Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Mathew McCurley (@gomatgo) will be your host today.

Experts agree: It is recommended that you double down on Sacco whenever prudent.

I have to echo Sacco from yesterday -- thank you so much for coming out to the live podcast at PAX East on Saturday. It only gets better from here. If you did enjoy the panel, please let the panel and PAX organizers know -- it can help us with panel submissions for future conventions.

WoW Insider has, literally, the best fans. Thank you all.

instamat asked:

I ran a few of my alts through the Darkmoon Faire for the first time on Sunday but the fishing quest was only available on one of them. Is there a minimum skill level to unlock the quests for secondary professions?

I always keep auto loot option enabled in the game preferences but sometimes when I log in it's off. What the hell is causing that?!


To start the Darkmoon profession quests, you must be a profession level of 75 or higher to see them. On a completely related note, I have heard nothing but good things about these quests from people who were dirt poor and unlucky and have been having a ton more fun with their easier-to-deal-with profession skill level jumps. Kudos, Blizzard.

As for the auto loot thing, this happened to me once about two months ago, and I have no idea. I chalked it up to an addon doing something weird or just a bug. Honestly, I do not know. Those little things seem to find a way to work themselves out, however. If anyone knows anything more, please let us know in the comments.

Arrohon asked:

I'm normally a Blizzard lover, but I just remembered something that makes me hate Blizzard. Pandas being bigger drinkers than dwarves. I'm still rolling a panda, but I am really upset about this. Just venting. /sigh

Dave Kosak, lead quest designer for World of Warcraft, said that the pandaren are better drinkers than dwarves in a Player's Cut TV interview. As lead quest designer, it is now Kosak's duty to put in multiple drinking match quests between Stormstout Brewery, Drohn's Distillery, and the Thunderbrews for true brew domination.

Mists of Pandaria big bad revealed: hangovers.

AaronJaffaCakeDuncum asked:

Was Ultraxion the 'Hour of Twilight' or was he just a herald of it? I still don't understand his relation to the hour, but it certainly seems as though there's something there.

Ultraxion was to bring about the Hour of Twilight and end the mortal races' attempt to stop Deathwing. The Hour of Twilight itself is an event that was heralded as the end of the Aspects and the final victory for, well, the Old Gods, really. When we stopped the Hour of Twilight from happening and shot Deathwing in the face, chased after him, ripped off his plates, and grounded him, that was all after the plan failed. He was running; we caught up. He got reckless; we won.

iqwacp asked:

I have the recurrent 6 months subscription, does 4 month plus thing means that after I put my CE key i will not see the charge in my credit card after 10 months instead of 6?

From what I understand, activated game time always is counted before you get your credit card charged. So if you get a Diablo III collector's edition and add that code to your Battle.net account with WoW on it, you should be credited the four months and then be charged whenever your six-month subscription runs out. I am pretty sure that is how it works, because I've been credited game time before, and it just adds that in before the charge portion.

If you have any issues, call up Blizzard. This is one of those things that can be taken care of pretty easily if something does go wrong.

talnhess asked:

A holiday ethical question: During Noblegarden most people tend to move around the small towns as they attempt to collect eggs. I've seen a few people, however, who camp out a specific spawn (or area with a few spawns). I've never seen this be a problem before, but this morning I saw someone complain, "Go away, this is my spot." I've always thought it was first to the egg, but is camping a spawn (calling "dibs) viewed with any legitimacy on any servers?

Take no prisoners. Noblegarden is not for the weak. You get in there and you take whatever eggs you can.

It's called World of WARcraft, not World of This is my Egg Spot Get Out.

tydygunn asked:

Whoa, how long has there been a "The Queue" on Sundays?

Like, always!

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