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Post by Dan @ 10:58am 09/12/09 | 89 Comments
It's patching time again as the now five year old World of Warcraft continues to bring new content to its loyal citizens. Chief among today's additions is the Icecrown Citadel raid:
Three separate 5-player dungeons – The Forge of Souls, Pit of Saron, and Halls of Reflection – containing all new challenges and missions of discovery, await players in normal and Heroic modes.
Of course there's also a massive list of other changes and bugfixes, some that will affect you and many that might not.

The US/Australian version of the patch can now be found right here in the AusGamers files library (500MB).

There's also a new trailer to go along with this patch and you can get the complete low-down over at worldofwarcraft.com.













Latest Comments
Freewheelin
Posted 11:05am 09/12/09
im hoping the new quest stuff is as good as quest helper. i dont think the mouseover target thing will show the same info though =(

the new 5 mans sound awesome
darkjedi
Posted 11:08am 09/12/09
For those with Blizzard Authenticators (Either the hardware version or the mobile app) attached to your account, you'll be getting a Core Hound Pup pet in your in-game mailbox when you next log in.
Reverend Evil™
Posted 11:14am 09/12/09
I see there's a new bear spirit beast up in Grizzly Hills to be tamed so it should be fun wasting hours hoping for the respawn. So far I think Skoll looks the coolest outta them.
For those with Blizzard Authenticators (Either the hardware version or the mobile app) attached to your account, you'll be getting a Core Hound Pup pet in your in-game mailbox when you next log in

Are you serious? That's f*****g awesome.

8-)
darkjedi
Posted 11:14am 09/12/09
And the trailer for the patch:

Khel
Posted 12:05pm 09/12/09
Looks really cool, looks like what I was expecting to get when I bought the expansion over a year ago.
Reverend Evil™
Posted 12:37pm 09/12/09
Then what would you have done once you'd defeated him over a year ago?
darkjedi
Posted 12:52pm 09/12/09
Gone on to kill some other randoms that had absolutely nothing to do with Arthas/Lich King? (ala Sunwell)
Reverend Evil™
Posted 01:01pm 09/12/09
That would have been dumb though. Especially those people that lvl from 70 to 80 in a week. They would have killed Arthus and then they'd have nothing to do. It's better to spread things out I reckon.
deeper
Posted 01:17pm 09/12/09
I can think of better things to spread
deeper
Posted 01:18pm 09/12/09
but in all seriousness, this has given me way too many things to do in wow... lol =P
cyph
Posted 02:14pm 09/12/09
Well this'll be interesting at least, especially with the gating system in ICC with the whole unlocking of wings over a long time span.

Ahh well, I guess Trial of the Grand Crusader is going to get a lot more attempts in there.
defi
Posted 02:18pm 09/12/09
I haven't played for about 10-12months. Is it worth getting back into? I'm getting a little tired of Dragon Age, LFD2 and Borderlands at the moment.

Still a fair few people on? PVP still strong?
TicMan
Posted 02:24pm 09/12/09
I haven't played since July but semi-tempted to capitalise on the 10 day free trial I got in the mail again. Biggest hurdle restarting is having to learn what changes were made to my classes whilst I was away :(
darkjedi
Posted 02:52pm 09/12/09
What do you roll again tic? I forget..
TicMan
Posted 02:57pm 09/12/09
Paladin, Mage & DK but the main is the pally (prot). I'll have to suss out if Syco stayed on Barth or if he moved back to PM. You still playing on BR?
gamer
Posted 03:05pm 09/12/09
Yeah... so as we were saying Khel before the thread was so rudly locked...


I hoped on my level 15 warrior and queued for a cross realm instance... it proced literally 1 second later and i was in some instance i had never been into before with lava and snakes... here i was thinking i had done every instance lol...

got on my 30 priest... queued ... instantly binged 'you are role [healer] for instance Scarlet Monistery. WICKED system.

Shame ive had it freeze two of my chars already :( all of a sudden half way through instance everyone froze/lagged... and now i cant log onto them. sigh.

Once they tweek it though its going to be one of the most amazing things added to wow. Has anyone tried the questhelper replacment?
Spook
Posted 03:08pm 09/12/09
this game is still around?
gamer
Posted 03:53pm 09/12/09
Yep and isnt going anywhere, only really about 50% of the way through the warcraft storyline
Khel
Posted 05:24pm 09/12/09
Sounds pretty cool, I've re-enabled my account to try some of this new stuff out. I sold all my high level characters when I quit last year though, so I'm starting again from scratch. I wanted to play a horde character since I had played alliance for aaaaaaaaaaages before I sold my account. Don't really know what server yet though, was thinking dath'remar cos at least it looks like it has a healthy population of horde, lots of the other servers I checked out seemed skewed towards alliance.

last edited by Khel at 17:24:47 09/Dec/09
TicMan
Posted 05:45pm 09/12/09
I'm torn between PM & BR .. have friends on both. Does the cross realm instance system let you search for people or is it just auto grouping?
gamer
Posted 06:32pm 09/12/09
Khel come Frostmourne and ill fix you up with bags, mount etc

Oh wait your horde, never mind :( (im alliance)
Thundercracker
Posted 07:17pm 09/12/09
I'm a BR player from way way back, but not sub'd any more as I'll probably resub with cataclysm. The horde population there is pretty decent.

I don't think the cross-realm instancing lets you chose people, it just picks from a pool like the cross-realm battlegrounds.
Methz
Posted 07:30pm 09/12/09
tis just auto grouping at this stage.
greazy
Posted 07:52pm 09/12/09
So only alliance will get a chance to kill the lich king?
gamer
Posted 09:28pm 09/12/09
why would you say that greazy?
greazy
Posted 09:43pm 09/12/09
because the trailer only showed alliance? i haven't played wow in I dont know how many years but I thought the alliance/horde would make an alliance to tackle the lich king.
darkjedi
Posted 10:10pm 09/12/09
BR Horde > all.

/end
eXemplar
Posted 10:34pm 09/12/09
I miss the old blizzard style of quality cg animation. It seems like they cheap out and just in game machinima style it these days.
Hogfather
Posted 10:37pm 09/12/09
It seems like they cheap out and just in game machinima style it these days.

Eh? For a content patch? Surely you jest.
Khel
Posted 10:37pm 09/12/09
They release those trailers for content patches pretty often though, they're not going to spend the amount of time and resources it takes to do a full CG movie just for that.

They still do the CG stuff, but its usually for the intros to expansions, not just for patches (in WoW's case anyway).
eXemplar
Posted 10:43pm 09/12/09
Really? What was the lich king trailer like? At least they put a bit more effort into burning crusade than "just script some models and cameras and call it footage guys"

Edit: Haha, didn't even know they made a cinematic for lk, guess that's what happens when you don't care.

last edited by eXemplar at 22:43:21 09/Dec/09
gamer
Posted 09:15am 10/12/09
Greazy I strongly reconmend if you ever have a spare moment to jump on someone elses level 80 (or if you have a level 72 you can get there) and goto dragonblight ... top left part of the zone and talk to the dragon there, itll start the cinematic that was absolutly worth the grind from 70-80 to watch.

It basicially shows Thrall with his horde and the alliance head Paladin and all the alliance all grouping up and storming the frnt gates of Arthus (the lich king) and what resulted. Was absolutly awsome.

last edited by gamer at 09:15:03 10/Dec/09
Obes
Posted 09:19am 10/12/09
Was absolutly awsome.

It was OK... Seen better in other games, for WoW it was a step up I guess.
Khel
Posted 09:19am 10/12/09
Not to be pedantic, but it wasn't Thrall, it was Saurfang :P But yeah, that was a fantastic cutscene.

ravn0s
Posted 09:23am 10/12/09
that cutscene is probably on youtube
darkjedi
Posted 09:32am 10/12/09
Not to be pedantic, but it wasn't Thrall, it was Saurfang :P But yeah, that was a fantastic cutscene.


Not to be even more pedantic, but it wasn't Saurfang (WoW's equivalent to Chuck Norris), it was Saurfang The Lesser :P

The same Saurfang the Lesser who's now a raid encounter in Icecrown (Deathbringer Saurfang - the giant Orc boss you see in the Icecrown trailer).
casa
Posted 10:45am 10/12/09
god you guys are f*****g sickening
cyph
Posted 11:13am 10/12/09
Hahaha

Well Lord Marrowgar is pretty easy, unfortunately haven't seen beyond that due to getting rotated out for someone else last night.

At least I got the raid weekly done!
konstie
Posted 11:27am 10/12/09
It basicially shows Thrall with his horde and the alliance head Paladin and all the alliance all grouping up and storming the frnt gates of Arthus (the lich king) and what resulted. Was absolutly awsome.last edited by gamer at 09:15:03 10/Dec/09


youtube link?
darkjedi
Posted 11:55am 10/12/09


It's rather awesome. Word has it they're preparing another one for later in 3.3's life cycle (likely when they finally unlock the Lich King encounter).
darkjedi
Posted 11:57am 10/12/09
Something else I noticed briefly this morning: WoW's loading screens appear to now be 16:9 compatible and don't show in 4:3. Previously you'd get 16:9/stretching the first time you selected a widescreen res, but each time after that it'd scale back to 4:3.

Can anyone else with a widescreen setup verify that?
CSIRAC
Posted 12:12pm 10/12/09
I was just thinking that the load bar is longer. But that is a much better explanation for it haha. Confirm!

Also that gunship fight is pretty damn cool. One of the cooler fights in this expansion. The rest were pretty boring/same old.
greazy
Posted 12:18pm 10/12/09
why didnt they show this one? its awesome. too bad wow gameplay is nothing like this.

so do the forsaken actually split up into their own faction?
CSIRAC
Posted 12:27pm 10/12/09
Coz everyone who plays it get to see it while they level from 70-80.
darkjedi
Posted 01:22pm 10/12/09
so do the forsaken actually split up into their own faction?


No. These guys were a splinter faction of the Forsaken dedicated to wiping out the Lich King and all life on Azeroth. Once the above happens, there's some followup quests that culminate in you storming the Undercity with your Faction's Leaders to kill the renegades. It's also why the Undercity is under martial law in patch 3.3 (which means no more Abomination guards walking around.. Hooray!).

The entire quest chain is freaking epic and a tonne of fun to play through.
Rukh
Posted 05:14pm 10/12/09
First 4 bosses were easy enough on 25man. Not trivial I guess, but easy enough.

I've got my first piece of tier-10 already too. heh. (Though I doubt that'll last)
Khel
Posted 06:42pm 10/12/09
Holy s***, tier 10, is up to that already. I remember how awesome it was when I got my full set of tier 6 on my mage, and now its worth nothing :(
darkjedi
Posted 06:46pm 10/12/09
Pretty sure CSIRAC and anyone else who played WoW pre-TBC is with me on this and can remember getting his first pieces of T1 back in the day.. That was a rather massive thing, considering you were often fighting off 6-7 others + the crappy random loot system that dropped double Cenarion every chance it could get.

Ahhh... those were the days.
skythra
Posted 09:56pm 10/12/09
yeah i remember those old things, plus spending months every day grinding honor to get to field marshal on ner'zhul.
what a waste.

at least after it for a short period i could use my pvp gear to raid in.. then they gave a bonus damage component to each int in talents and i was kicked again :P

also i had no threat reduction

still i at least visited naxx for the first few bosses while it was still new the first time. better then the scrubs who hadn't seen it till wotlk
TicMan
Posted 10:19pm 10/12/09
I remember getting D1 pieces, doing the quests to upgrade them before raiding and starting to earn my T1 pieces. Damn you scholomance and your lack of D1 head piece!@$
skythra
Posted 10:38pm 10/12/09
shadowcraft?
Khel
Posted 11:58pm 10/12/09
Hah, I feel your pain Ticman, I lost count of the number of times I ran scholo trying to get my magister's hat, never did :(
Rukh
Posted 01:14am 11/12/09
I was in 8/8 Devout (tier 0) when I first entered Molten Core. Ended up getting 8/8 T1 before tier 0.5 was released. Still have 8/8 T2 and T6 in my bank heh.

Also, got Death's Demise tonight which was nice.
Midda
Posted 01:20am 11/12/09
Posting in a WoW thread to say that at the end of the new trailer, I honestly thought that it said "FAIL of the Lich King"

http://itankstuff.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/1024x7681.jpg
Tiny
Posted 07:16am 11/12/09
I have enjoyed the content thus far.

It actually really surprised me that blizzard have brought out the new LFG tool. It finally allows players to level solely in dungeons and choose how they want to play the game. No more being disadvantaged because you are a casual player.

The only gripe I have had thus far is people queing for the new heroic dungeons who clearly shouldn't be their in the first place but I guess it will come in handy if I ever need to get some nice gear for an alt.
Khel
Posted 10:05am 11/12/09
Yeah, I sold my account with my mage with full T6, started a blood elf priest on Dath'remar and its probably the first time I've started a completely new character, with no support network to pimp me up, maybe since the game launched. Doing the hard yards, no alts or friends to give me money or bags or anything, I'm a true noob :P Its kinda fun, makes little things which would usually be meaningless, quite meaningful, like getting a free 6 slot bag as a quest reward, or that 6 silver I got from turning something in.
Reverend Evil™
Posted 10:18am 11/12/09
Come over the Eldre Thalas dude and I'll hook you up with some stuff. Bugger starting off without any cash.
TicMan
Posted 10:21am 11/12/09
I've often thought about deleting everything I got and starting from scratch (in WoW & Eve) to go back to how much fun it was leveling up, doing instances, etc but then the pain and horror of grinding out my paladin comes flooding back to haunt me.

I think it's a big shame that most of the content from vanilla is skipped over by a lot of people on the rush to get to 80. The earlier instances were a good bit of fun back in the day. Having 800g to get an epic mount was seen as being unbelievably wealthy or you were lucky enough to get one of those Orbs drop from UBRS that sold for 500g to help you get there. The path for gear progression before you could enter into Onyxia or MC, watching things like mana or rage, not having DBM/BigWigs to tell you when to run away from Geddon, etc.

Good times!
Reverend Evil™
Posted 10:38am 11/12/09
It would be nice to be able to get your memory wiped of the game and then start fresh. The feeling of walking into IF or SW for the first time. Running from Menethil Harbor to Dun Morogh when you're lvl 10 and constantly getting killed by those crocs in the swamp.

I don't think I could start another toon from scratch, especially knowing Outlands would be waiting when you hit 58. Still think vanilla Azeroth is the best and it'll be awesome when Cata gets released being able to quest again in the old world but still be something totally new.

last edited by Reverend Evil™ at 10:38:58 11/Dec/09
taggs
Posted 10:46am 11/12/09
40 man raids.

f*** those were incredibly fun when they went right... and incredibly frustrating when they didn't!

i only ever did MC 3 or 4 times and Ony once. never did BWL. got my t2 head first time!
TicMan
Posted 11:09am 11/12/09
Needing to get your dragon cloak to down Nef, co-ordination of those fights, etc.. they were brilliant fun. Especially as a mage needing to pop your immunity pot to aoe all those skeletons :)
Khel
Posted 11:11am 11/12/09
Getting punted up in the air when Garr dies and having competitions with the other mages to see who can iceblock highest up in the air. Good times!
Rukh
Posted 11:19am 11/12/09
Heh. The coordination needed on Yogg+0 25man and some of the Sunwell and BT bosses (and I guess Anub 25man heroic) isn't actually trivial either. :)
TicMan
Posted 11:21am 11/12/09
IMO with mods like BigWigs or DBM the co-ordination aspect starts to just become who can read the instructions the best as opposed to needing to read encounters, learning them, watching videos, etc.
darkjedi
Posted 01:02pm 11/12/09
Nef was all sorts of fun, although Horde still had it hardmode back in those days with no Pally buffs or Fear Ward. It was basically that the moment an Alliance guild could manage to get Nef to Phase 2 it was pretty much a given they'd get him that go. Also remember raiding with Term on his Mage back through a lot of that too! QED represent!

last edited by darkjedi at 13:02:36 11/Dec/09
Khel
Posted 12:24pm 11/12/09
IMO with mods like BigWigs or DBM the co-ordination aspect starts to just become who can read the instructions the best as opposed to needing to read encounters, learning them, watching videos, etc


Yeah, but I think as WoW has gotten bigger, the average intelligence of your average WoW player has plummetted. I raided all the stuff in BC, and I often thought back and wondered how the f*** people ever got through the raids in Vanilla WoW without all the boss mod and threat meter crutches, and I think its just because wow players are now dumber and more retarded than they were back then. Even with boss mods, and big flashing alarms that are telling you "MOVE BACK NOW" or "CLICK CUBE NOW" or "STOP STANDING IN THE FIRE YOU SPASTIC", people still can't do some of the fights.

I mean, the astromancer in tempest keep (solarion?) was kind of like geddon rehashed with the bomb thing, and we had retarded spastic people in our guild who killed us more with that bomb and had more problems with that bomb than I ever remember having with geddon. Archimonde is another fight that springs to mind that made it very, very obvious who were the retards in your guild. The people who can't quite understand simple things like "Click this button before you hit the ground" or "Don't stand in the fire". Seriously, if you can understand simple concepts like "Don't stand in fire" you're capable of doing 75% of the raid encounters in WoW.

Rukh
Posted 03:07pm 11/12/09
I disagree, Khel.

I think that on the whole the intelligence/skill/experience with raiders has risen over the years as more and more people have raided before.
Sure, it's possible that fresh raiders might be more likely to breath through the mouth, but the non-heroic mode content has been made casual enough that this is less of an issue.

But in actual raiding guilds I think the average skill etc. has risen a LOT. Yes, there are more boss mods now, but there were boss mods back in classic too.
The fights are also FAR more complex in general now than they used to be. Molten Core for example was extremely simple mechanics wise. BWL wasn't exactly much harder. There's a lot of new mechanics to look out for in raids these days (esp. on Heroic mode bosses).

Things like Firefighter, Yogg+0 (or even Yogg+1), Anub25 Heroic, maybe Algalon, Freya+3 (pre-3.2) are not trivial fights. Especially before the big round of "let's have more people see it" nerfs that a number of them received. Harder than anything in MC, BWL and AQ40 (except maybe C'thun) and the early bosses of the original Naxx. Harder than anything in SSC or TK or most of Hyjal (hell, Archimonde wasn't exactly difficult per. se. It was just unforgiving of morons). I'd say those fights I listed were probably harder than anything in BT too.

As for Sunwell....apart from Kalecgos I only did Sunwell after 3.0 at which point while it was no pushover it was obviously a fair bit easier. But Sunwell is the exception. I wouldn't be too surprised if the ICC 25man hardmodes are roughly the same level of difficulty as Sunwell was pre-3.0.
Reverend Evil™
Posted 03:14pm 11/12/09
People use mods because they don't wanna f*** around. You hear it all the time on the forums that people wanna run the dungeon with the least amount of screw-ups as possible. Plus dungeons are no where near as epic as they used to be back in vanilla so a good group will clear it in no time at all.

It seems to be a race now who will clear the latest stuff first and having those mods helps.
darkjedi
Posted 03:30pm 11/12/09
Plus dungeons are no where near as epic as they used to be back in vanilla


I think you mean "hard", not "epic". Unless the original Stratholme zigguart event (Where the crystals respawned) or Scholo was your idea of fun (It was mine might I add!). Suspect you'll find the difference is the gear, not how the encounters are designed.
Rukh
Posted 03:43pm 11/12/09
Nah, I think for the dungeons epic is probably an apt word.

Starting in TBC and continued into WotLK the 5mans were all made a lot shorter and linear.

There's been no 5man to compare to the epicness of Blackrock Depths or to a lesser extent Scholomance. They were long dungeons and at least partly non-linear.

As for difficulty however, I wouldn't say that's changed much. Magister's Terrace when released was somewhat difficult for a pug. HoR (one of the new 5mans) isn't trivial in a pug either on Heroic. For a while near the start of TBC all of the Heroic dungeons were rather difficult but they toned that down pretty fast.

Initially 5mans like Stratholme and Scholomance were very difficult and buggy but they also got fixed and nerfed.

Raid wise however....None of the classic raids were as epic as Mount Hyjal, Black Temple, Sunwell, Ulduar, or Icecrown.
Hogfather
Posted 03:46pm 11/12/09
Unless the original Stratholme zigguart event (Where the crystals respawned) or Scholo was your idea of fun

5-man scholo back in 1.0-whatever when everyone 10-manned it was f*****g awesome.
existence
Posted 04:07pm 11/12/09
Pretty sure CSIRAC and anyone else who played WoW pre-TBC is with me on this and can remember getting his first pieces of T1 back in the day.. That was a rather massive thing, considering you were often fighting off 6-7 others + the crappy random loot system that dropped double Cenarion every chance it could get.

Ahhh... those were the days.


i hear you brother.

tbc f***ed it, mc, bwl and aq were the best ever.

i ran scholo 51 times (yes i had instance counter) for devout cap

saw the epic staff he drops 3 times, never won it though. it was s*** anyways.

best moment of my wow life = getting benediction, think i was like 1 of only 5 to have it on server, we had to grind f*****g eye of shadow with like 10 ppl for like 20 f*****g hours

man that was fun


most intense fight= cthun or twin emp or 4hm

funnest fight...twin emp for healing!

last edited by existence at 16:07:37 11/Dec/09
Reverend Evil™
Posted 04:07pm 11/12/09
Scholo was such a nice dungeon. I remember going in with a group and wiping on the first steps after opening the gate. Somehow those cult guys below got agro'd while we were taking out that roaming skeleton guard.

Good times.
Hogfather
Posted 04:17pm 11/12/09
F*** Scholo!

This one time we raided Fear and wiped on zone in after someone's invis dropped and they ran the wrong way. We were up until 3am recovering our corpses with f*****g summoned weapons and armor!
darkjedi
Posted 04:19pm 11/12/09
There's been no 5man to compare to the epicness of Blackrock Depths or to a lesser extent Scholomance. They were long dungeons and at least partly non-linear.


BRD? Epic? Ugh. More like "confusing" "long" "painful" or "avoid like the f*****g plague". I suspect you're looking through some of this with rose tinted glasses (which I'm guilty of just as much when it comes to old content might I add) - MGT was pretty epic when it was added, ditto for all 3 CoT 5-mans or even the new ICC dungeons..

Reverend Evil™
Posted 04:26pm 11/12/09
Nah, I still help lower guys out who need a run thru BRD. It's one of my favorite dungeons. The whole Black Rock Mountain area is awesome I reckon. As soon as you enter the area and hear the music it's just all sorts of win!

Dire Maul is also cool as well. Lots of different stuff to do there too.
darkjedi
Posted 04:35pm 11/12/09
I think my issue is from having spent too much time in BRD over the years, including horrible painful runs through the place. Do agree the design and layout of the whole Blackrock Mountain area is amazing - It'll be a shame to see it smashed in twain when Cataclysm hits :(
Reverend Evil™
Posted 04:52pm 11/12/09
If Deathwing even as much as touches a hair of Black Rock I will be very upset!!

8-)
darkjedi
Posted 05:08pm 11/12/09
Nefarian's coming back though!
Rukh
Posted 05:22pm 11/12/09
BRD was epic *because* it was so big and had so much in it.

I'm not saying I necessarily thought it was heaps of fun to run or whatever. Nor am I making a comment about its difficulty. But in terms of the scale of it and the lore etc. it was definitely the most epic original instance I can think of.
Thundercracker
Posted 06:47pm 11/12/09
You had to do BRD in parts. It most definitely wan't an instance to do in a single shot. I went through with some mates a long time ago just so we could actually see the whole place and its f*****g huuuuge.

It was a pity it was a sub 60 dungeon, otherwise it would have been much more popular.
deeper
Posted 07:28pm 11/12/09
this thread has turned into a serious nerd fest - like that time casa clicked on the option to not skip the show in TOC
CSIRAC
Posted 11:28pm 11/12/09
BRD/strath/scholo back when people first got to 60 was harder than any raid in WOTLK. That s*** was f*****g hectic. Scholo/strath was just bat s*** insane and the lychem(sp) in brd was fkn intense at 58-60. Nothing compared.
darkjedi
Posted 12:29am 12/12/09
CSIRAC: Were you involved in any of the 40 man BRD wipefests back in the day though? Vaguely recall you were on BR a touch longer than I was.. Pretty sure you were definitely raiding well before I hit 60 and got a chance to run MC.
CSIRAC
Posted 02:11am 12/12/09
Not brd but did 40 man raid LBRS to get mass people attuned. That was retarded.
sapage
Posted 10:00am 13/12/09
Would anyone be about to help me out that plays on a mac? I need to get a copy of the world of warcradt.app file as The updater fails on mine one I think it might have gotten corrupted while copying from an extreral hard drive.
Reverend Evil™
Posted 10:19am 13/12/09
Speaking of WoW. I got my Loremaster title yesterday.

Woot!
TicMan
Posted 10:54am 13/12/09
Would anyone be about to help me out that plays on a mac? I need to get a copy of the world of warcradt.app file


It's not a file, it's a directory of about ~30Mb in size.

drwxr-xr-x 3 davidr admin 102 10 Dec 22:10 World of Warcraft.app

31M World of Warcraft.app/


Lucky I'm feeling hungover and nice today so you can download it from here. You'll need to extract it into your /Applications/World of Warcraft/ directory. It's also patched up to the latest.
Spook
Posted 11:11am 13/12/09
do you guys listen to yourselves at all?

you sound like a bunch of sad spaz's
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