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The Queue: Crack that whip

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.

Okay, sure, one more Castlevania music video to round out the weekend.

KvalriSunstrider asked:

Has it ever been explicity stated in lore that the Titanic Watchers or the Dragon Aspects are more powerful than the other? Is an NPC's Level an indication of their power (I mean lore power here, obviously it's an indication of their mechanical power) or of where they fall in the universe's timeline? I know I sometimes try to apply conventional wisdom to WoW where it isn't really applicable, but this has been driving me nuts as I've gotten more and more into the lore.

Unlike old Transformers toy boxes, there's no convenient Power Level Rating for most Azerothian beings. We're not sure who's stronger, or how that strength would even be measured, for that matter.

smartazjb0y asked:

Always wanted to know this: for most daily hubs, do people get the same dailies or different ones each day?

As long as they're on the same server, if two people pick up the same hub's dailies on the same day, their set of dailies will be the same. It's the same for the whole server.

jealouspirate asked:

I'm in a dead guild. Seriously dead. I'm the only person who's played since Cata, and the guild leader has long been eligible to be "dethroned". However, I'm only 'member' rank so the UI won't allow it. Is there any way at all for me to take control of the guild?

If you can't do it through the UI, try submitting a customer service ticket; it seems like you're well within your rights to get the title and they may be able to help you.

dobablo asked:

How does ilvl work? I thought it was sum of all items / 16 slots (with two handers counting twice because they fill two slots) but discovered that swapping my below average mh & oh with a slightly lower 2h actually increased my score. Now I think it is just a simple average.

Yes, in my experience, it's an average of everything you have equipped. A lot of people think a much higher ilvl on one item can skyrocket their average but even if the item you get is 50 ilvls higher, you'll still only be gaining 3 ilvls to your average from equipping it.

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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