I don’t want to have coffee in the morning, I’ve got to have coffee in morning. The receptacle of said coffee is important and the official Instance Mugs are here to receive it… and Christmas is just around the corner, just saying. Having bought the Morning Stream Mug myself I can certainly speak to it’s quality, and this one certainly on my wish list for the holidays.
When someone gets detained by the police then you know the prank has gone too far. During what was a typical live stream someone decided it would be funny to call the police and tell them that the popular streamer Swifty had “threatened someone with a knife”. Subsequently the police showed up on his doorstep and took him in to fill out paperwork, and it’s unclear as to whether he was actually placed under arrest or not.
The good news is that this most likely easily cleared up as his actions that night were, you know, recorded in front of thousands of witnesses. Apparently this is the second time this streamer has been arrested as a result of a false accusation during a live stream. It’s also unclear as to what action he can take against the individual for the false accusation.
Ms. Morgan Webb talks with Ion Hazzikostas, Chris Robinson, and Tom Chilton about everything Warlords of Draenor , and we get our first look at the new female Forsaken model.
Conan + Blizzcon = Entertaining.
It’s late, I know, but if you haven’t seen this then you need to. If you’ve seen it, then you should probably see it again.
According to Polygon, Blizzard has begun polling players about the cost of the expansion as well as various feature sets.
“Consider two versions of the expansion: a Standard Edition for $29.99 and a Collector’s Edition for $49.99. The Standard Edition includes the Reaper of Souls expansion; the Collector’s Edition includes the expansion, exclusive in-game content, and other bonus items.”
Along with that, users are asked to rank various features and how important it is to you:
It would appear as though Blizzard is taking the breadth of criticism to heart about Diablo 3 and attempting to make a ‘player’s Diablo’, including getting rid of the Auction Houses.
I guess people now have even more of a reason to watch Blizzcon, the inevitable Hearthstone tournament. It’s really a crying shame that Dills isn’t on this list, but there is a total of eight players among two brackets competing for the top spot.
Each player must bring three decks with three different classes and they will battle each other in a set of best-of-five matches. If one of their chosen decks loses, it’s out for good!
Given that this is the first official tournament I’d imagine that there be issues to be hammered out, but it’ll be really interesting to watch.
What’s happening with Hearthstone at BlizzCon? Check out the upcoming Innkeeper’s Invitational! http://t.co/7ZDIlKZfak
— Hearthstone (@PlayHearthstone) October 10, 2013
For most of you, Blizzcon simply isn’t an option. But you do have the Virtual Ticket, and with that purchase comes certain in-game rewards among the Blizzard pantheon of titles. Here is the breakdown:
- World of Warcraft – Crusader Murloc pet
- Diablo 3 – Banner
- Starcraft II – Portrait and Decal
- Hearthstone – Commemorative Card
Enjoy the virtual goods with your virtual ticket!
Big thanks to Bill Doran for joining me today for this.