281 – Chen Storm Stud

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  4. I was thinking about these account mounts, and I’ve decided its time Blizzard put together a five-person party mount. Similar to the Traveler’s Tundra mount, you make four vendor slots where your party members can join. Four vendors should be repair, bank, transmog, and mail. As to the art and style, I’m open. Maybe a huge dragon with four vendors? Maybe something like a giant flying carpet? Maybe a huge flying battle engineer style helicopter? Thoughts?

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  7. Gonna speculate that MoP will be out sooner than later IF that box art is the real deal. My reasoning, is that it appears to have already undergone ESRB rating (according to the T for Teen stamp). This process is usually one of the last steps a game goes through before hitting the presses.
    Having said that, I have no idea if expansions get some sort of break in this regard. If not, it’s coming SOON.

  8. I just wanted to reply to your comments comparing the jewelcrafting systems in WoW and Diablo 3, specifically how gems in Diablo 3 persist and can be removed from gear.

    While some part of me wants to agree with you, the truth of the matter is that jewelcrafting in WoW is a thriving part of the economy. If people could just hold onto their gems indefinitely, then demand would lower and the price of gems on the AH and otherwise would skyrocket. You only have to buy a gem once, so why shouldn’t you pay more for it? Imagine spending hours saving up for one new gem. Yuck! The current system relieves the pressure in the system, allowing the price to stabilize at a more normal affordable rate.

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  10. I love that the trio is back together after Dills being gone for a while :) very funny haha, i was recently listening to the all things azeroth 300th episode, i can’t wait till you guys hit that milestone and i hope you have something big planned!! :)

  11. I think that you guys must be either .5 or 1 gaming generation below us. I am 21 and I remember so many games soundtracks even now. I played final fantasy 6, 7, 8 and 9 so many years ago but if I ever heard any songs from those games I would know what they were instantly. And even on top of that I remember Metal Gear Solid 1, 2 and 3’s soundtrack.
    I even remember Tomb Raider 1, 2, 3 and onwards.
    To me gaming takes a close second to education in my life. I think this is the future and the power of creative imagination is what crafts how we develop as a species!

    Any ways, I hope you guys read this personally and take it on, maybe you feel you have you’re own opinions on this?
    But I think gaming is now having a much stronger role on imagination than films and book.
    I love the show and listen every week (even if it is late sometimes xD)
    ASH 😀

  12. Scott:
    Even though you can’t see your in-game trinket, it should have a proc animation.

    So you have that to look forward to. :)

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