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Warrior Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009-07-16 à 19:54
A little late on this one too! What with all the time we're spending on the
combined with some big news we have for next week, and we're a little slower on the draw than usual this week. But here it is, the Warrior Q&A! Thanks to
for helping me throw the blog together.
I can't comment much on the actual content here, Warrior is not a class that I play—the rage mechanic never really appealed to me, and the interview below indicates the same may be true of the developers!
You can read the entire interview after the break, or read the original one linked below:
Paladin Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009-07-09 à 13:53
As a player whose main is a Paladin, this was the interview I was looking forward to the most. I had some mixed feelings about what Ghostcrawler had to say in some parts of the interview, but overall I'd have to say it was mostly a good indication that the fate of the Paladin class wasn't as horrible as some people thought it was. But let's see what you folks think—you can read the entire interview after the break, or read the original one linked below!
Warlock Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009-07-02 à 14:40
This Q&A was one of the few I was looking forward to, because I have a warlock in hiatus right now that I've been wanting to play for a while.
I personally liked the interview. It looks like Blizzard wants to
the class as it is right now, but not necessarily buff them. Before I go into details and spoil it for you guys, I'm going to quote the interview entirely after the break, or you can read the original one linked below:
Death Knight Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009-06-25 à 12:41
I don't know about the rest of you guys, but this is the Q&A I was waiting for.
Ghostcrawler has posted his Q&A about the Death Knight Class! You can read all about how they're not overpowered (we swear) after the break, or in its original form on the official site here:
Mage Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009-06-18 à 22:27
These things are coming faster than we have time to post them. :)
So this is the second entry in the class Q&A, series, this one about mages. Ghostcrawler answers some interesting questions, and some uninteresting ones, and gives us some clues about the future of the mage class.
For those of you who play mages—and maybe those of you who don't—read on! The text of the interview is after the break.
Shaman Q&A with Ghostcrawler
2009-06-10 à 00:30
Regardless of whether or not you're happy with the job that
Greg "Ghostcrawler" Street
is doing as a Systems Designer, you have to have a lot of respect for the guy for having the balls to get in front of the WoW community—a community that's famous for sending forum moderators home in bodybags—and defend his design decisions.
In the latest move in this direction, the official WoW forums have published a
—this first one for Shamans, though presumably this is only the first of many future updates. I haven't touched my shaman in a while, but I thought this was very interesting. I am
looking forward to seeing what he has to say about the other classes.
You can read the Q&A here:
...and be sure to post in the comments and tell us your thoughts!
Late Post! (Interview with Malgayne)
2009-05-04 à 18:37
So I did this a while ago, and I could have SWORN I posted about it, but apparently I didn't—so now I'm linking you to some VERY old news. But I would still be remiss if I didn't link you, no matter how embarrassed I am, so here we go:
I've recently done an interview for a WoW video podcast called
. For those of you who are interested in hearing my lovely voice as I drone on and on about how cool Wowhead is—and occasionally type really loudly into the microphone—the link is here:
The Sanctum podcast is nearly three weeks old now, so feel free to check up on them there, and see how the show has evolved due to my evil influence. Feel free to leave your comments and questions here. :)
ZAM Interviews MDY Lawyer on Addon Policy
2009-03-30 à 18:50
So our friends over at the ZAM.com news site have posted a very interesting interview—this time with a lady named Connie Mableson.
Connie is the lawyer who represented MDY (known to most of you as the company that created the infamous "Glider" program) in the legal action that took place between Blizzard and MDY. She also represented the very first business to try and make money off of the Internet, was the first lawyer to open a law office in a virtual world—in this case, Second Life. She's
an avid WoW player, and she has some very interesting theories about the motivating factors behind Blizzard's recent UI policy change.
Having read the article, I don't agree with the conclusions she's come to. But either way, it's interesting to see her opinion on a highly controversial topic.
Head on over to ZAM.com to
check it out!
Tamat Interviews Mia Rose
2009-01-22 à 15:43
So those of you who have been reading news (and watching some of those video interviews) over at our sister site,
, will know Andrew "
" Beegle, the editor-in-chief. Since we've been working together on editorial stuff on our respective sites, I've granted Tamat blogging privileges here on the Wowhead blog, so he can let you guys know when they have a particularly awesome story running over there.
Today's particularly awesome story is an interview with miss
from CES this year. I admit to being a little reluctant at first ("oh ha ha cute girl plays WoW we get it"), but the shirt sold me—and as it turns out, she's a more hardcore WoW player than I am.
Those who are offended by mildly NSFW content are probably better off not clicking. :P
The interview is up on Allakhazam
Interview with Jeff Kaplan
2008-11-15 à 03:00
When Tamat and I were at the WotLK launch on Thursday, Tamat managed to spend a few minutes sitting down with Jeff "Tigole" Kaplan, of Blizzard fame. You can read the full text of the interview on
. Check it out, leave a comment or two, and maybe we'll use some of
questions next time we see him. :P
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