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The Queue: Superb Owl

Michael Sacco

Welcome back to The Queue, the daily Q&A column in which the WoW Insider team answers your questions about the World of Warcraft. Mike Sacco will be your host today.

Why can't I find out anything about this Superb Owl?

dinojake15 asked:

Any word yet on MoP's system requirements?

I got a little 10.5.8 MacBook that can just barely run Cataclysm. Just wondering if I should start saving money for a new computer now.

Blizzard has been incrementally increasing WoW's system requirements with each expansion, so it's safe to assume that MoP will require even more muscle than Cataclysm did. I don't think it's been announced just how much more muscle, but if you had trouble running Cataclysm, you're going to have trouble with MoP.

Batleth asked:

Has anyone gotten any additional information about the WoW Mega Bloks line? I haven't heard anything since Blizzcon and can't seem to find any other info at all...

Mega Bloks and Lego products require a pretty insane amount of lead time, so it's going to be a while before we get more information on (or previews of) the Warcraft Mega Bloks sets. Hell, the Starcraft II Battlecruiser I got at BlizzCon has a pamphlet inside saying that the full line of Starcraft products will be revealed in spring of 2013. Not 2012; 2013.

s1natsuns3t asked:

Can anyone explains why there's a dagger only for rogues that drops off DW in addition to a dagger that drops off Hagara? WHY would any rogue want that when they get two free 397's with a quick pickpocket? It seems like it's just taking up a loot space that other classes would rather have A LOT more.

Not everyone has the gold or connections to get the legendary daggers, even the very first set of them. It's best not to just assume that all rogues will be able to get the legendaries and give them a chance to fill their gear gaps with something a little more readily available.

Ashytaka asked:

Why are we no longer allowed to requeue as a different role when someone leaves the party while using the dungeon finder?

It's to prevent gaming the system, basically; you could feasibly receive a CtA reward at the end of a dungeon for a role you didn't really fill. Not 100% sure I agree with it, mind you, but I'd be willing to bet that's the reasoning behind the change.

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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