I kinda miss all the misc. stats from the old. Hit rating, penetration, resistance, regen, etc.
This week in WoW history - Diablo 3 xpac released. Not that I'm complaining, just sounded a bit funny to me ;)PS. RoS was great
I miss the times when Armory was actually useful and was showing stats.
Wow. That old Armory SS brought back some memories!
Diablo III saw the release of its first expansion, Reaper of Souls!Thanks for reminding me of my favorite legendary item DROUGHT.
I really miss the old armory :( being able to make my character look like it pees at the corner or that he escaped the armory window by moving him up and changing his stance ! what happend blizzard why do you have to ruin all the fun :(
I miss having separate ranged and melee weapon slots.
Three years since I've had to pay a cent for my WoW sub. :)
It was 25 reputation, not 50 for wintersrber. then 250.
Cool to see what happened back in the day .Also I liked hearing about stuff i missed out on.I really enjoyed reading this.Old school YO! LOL.
I'd forgotten about that "real money auction house" in Diablo. What the hell were they thinking when they came up with that? It's hard to beleive that at no point did no one actually look at what they were doing and think "hmm, this might not be a good idea". Imagine if that was still around now with all the loot box/microtransaction drama going on. Blizzard would have been in the sights of many people.
How the hell someone gets named 'gold expert' ...?
I do really miss the old days when you needed rep to enter dungs and have keys that were super cool, I wish they would come up with idea to bring that back as it was not only fun it saved a lot of people just getting boosted in dung. Really its been 3 years since wow tokens came in wow times does go past so fast
Or be an altoholic. I have 10x 110s and easily get 4+ gold missions a day that reward 8-10k a day total. Usually more. Plus running some WQs and other screwing around (old raids, etc). Pretty easy to keep a subscription rolling even just using the app.