Archive for August, 2012

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The orcs became increasingly aggressive under the secret control of Gul’dan and his Shadow Council. They constructed massive arenas where the orcs honed their warrior skills in trials of combat and death. During this period, a few clan chieftains spoke out against the growing depravity in their race. One such chieftain, Durotan of the Frostwolf […]

The importance of the wow gold

Posted: 30th August 2012 by admin in World of Wracraft
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  A saddle, is one thing that you can see on the horse’s back, when you are watching a horse riding. Absolutely, the saddle is not only for designed horses, but also for other animals such as camels. While the equestrian saddle is specially designed for horse. It is going to give the rider comfort […]

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Around the time of Medivh’s birth on Azeroth, Kil’jaeden the Deceiver sat and brooded amongst his followers within the Twisting Nether. The cunning demonlord, under orders of his master, Sargeras, was plotting the Burning Legion’s second invasion of Azeroth. This time he would not allow any mistakes. Kil’jaeden surmised that he needed a new force […]

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Knowing that the Well’s destruction would prevent him from ever wielding magic again, Illidan selfishly abandoned the group and set out to warn the Highborne of Malfurion’s plan. Due to the insanity brought on by his addiction and the stinging resentment towards his brother’s affair with Tyrande, Illidan felt no remorse at betraying Malfurion and […]

To introduce Dungeoneering and shop improvements

Posted: 21st August 2012 by admin in Runescape
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It takes an eclectically skilled set of adventurers to delve into Daemonheim, and having the right tool for the job at hand is essential. With this in mind, we’ve introduced some inventory management improvements for Dungeoneering, so sorting through your gear is simpler than ever. We’ve added a tool belt to be used in Dungeoneering. […]

Added a tool belt for use in Dungeoneering

Posted: 17th August 2012 by admin in Runescape
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Rumours are rife that the Easter Bunny has met with a nasty accident, and the Evil Chicken and Chocatrice will be facing off in the most deliciously wicked Easter egg hunt ever. If you’ve no qualms about getting your hands greasy or chocolaty, you’ll be able to take charge of an Eggs terminator and eggs […]

Each gear set has a distinctive, organized look

Posted: 15th August 2012 by admin in Diablo 3
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Barbarian swinging two magical axes. Armor and weapons function much as they did in previous games in the series. Players find low level gear early on, and one of the major goals/enjoyments of playing is to find better quality gear and thus improve your character’s performance. One big change to the appearance of armor is […]

Successful wow guide and their stories

Posted: 13th August 2012 by admin in World of Wracraft
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The thought hit Nozdormu the Timeless One the instant he saw the desiccated bronze dragon. Zirion had shriveled into a husk half his original size. Lesions covered his body from head to tail. Instead of blood, golden sand cascaded out of the wounds in unending streams upon which shimmered ghostly images of his life that […]

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It’s high time for a new set of Tasks (or Achievement Diary for the hardened veterans among you), so RuneScape’s eeriest area – Morytania – has been given the full Task treatment. There’s plenty to do as you traverse Morytania’s foggy fens and ramshackle settlements, and the rewards on offer are gruesomely good. You can now complete 51 brand-new Tasks within Morytania, across Easy, Medium, Hard and Elite categories. Everything from crafting snelms and playing skullball all the way up to summoning a ghast familiar and besting all seven of the Barrows Brothers is included, so you’ll be busy for some time.  Completing the Easy Tasks will earn you a set of leg armour, whose stats and other benefits increase as you complete the higher category. To start with, they’ll double the fungus created by the Bloom spell, and later benefits include double-speed cannonball making in Port Phasmatys; 50% more XP from burning shades; and a chance to runecraft additional blood runes per essence. What’s more, completing a category will also impart a number of permanent, passive perks that remain in effect whether or not you’re wearing the Morytania legs. These include increased Slayer XP while completing tasks in the tower; free planks each day; increased yield and no disease on the Morytania mushroom patch; the ability to exchange bones for bonemeal and slime each day; and reduced prayer point drain in the Barrows.  Finally, it wouldn’t be complete without a healthy helping of XP lamps – usable in the skills of your choice. Along with the Morytania Tasks comes our latest Early Bird Bonus. Everyone who completes the Easy and Medium Tasks before April 11th 2012 will receive an additional 15k XP lamp for use on any skill over level 50. Head across the River Salve to get started! Don’t forget that members get two daily spins instead of one, so subscribing is a sound way to double your chances to win per day. Check out our Squeal of Fortune wiki page for more ways to get extra spins. We’ve also updated the Jagex Store with a range of new t-shirt designs, so stock up your summer wardrobe with some RuneScape regalia right now!     

Putting the Guild Back into Guild Wars

Posted: 8th August 2012 by admin in Guild Wars 2
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In this second part of my “Putting the Guild Back into Guild Wars” series, we’ll be taking an in-depth look at how to organize your guild, the pitfalls involved with guilds, and then some pointers as to how to make  your guild succeed. We’ll also be looking at the various Guild Management functions of Guild Wars 2 and the best ways  to use the tools available.You might remember in the previous article we talked about the sorts of questions you should be  asking to help make aguild, and of the policies and processes you should be thinking about as you do so. This article is  pretty inof them are not only a very depth on the topics of guild structures and leadership hints, so feel free to jump around  to the parts you feel most relevant to you.Guilds and the management complicated subject, but also an emotive one. No one  wants to be called a bad guild leader and everyone wants their guild to be amazing and wonderful. However, even if this is old  hat or irrelevant to you there is always room to learn and hopefully these next couple ofsections will do just that. If your guild is going to be a small or a casual group of friends then a lot of this won’t apply, however as you grow and evolve  it’s probably worth knowing it in advance. I’ll start off with some basics.Now, since we want to make a success of our guild, and it will  be an organization, it makes perfect sense to look at what works in real life, use real life principles and real life experiences  and make best use them. What works for real organizations is what will work here because we are a real life organization.  It’s just that the medium we choose to interact with people is virtual.