Kotaku mentions a guy using one of Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)'s scenic bathrooms in the American Airlines terminal. Much to his surprise, he discovered some World of Warcraft-related grafitti scrawled on the side of one of the stalls. Being a brave man, the guy whipped out a camera and snagged a photograph. The text reads:
TG Daily reports World of Warcraft players have discovered a more direct and more satisfying way of dealing with "gold farmers". The farmers make real money by exchanging dollars for virtual gold. Regular players are often annoyed when these farmers send multiple annoying messages over the citywide chat in the major towns of Ironforge and Ogrimmar. WoW administrators have rarely stepped in to stop message spamming, but players on the Medivh server have found that a well thrown virtual snowball gets the point across much more effectively...
World of Warcraft's screen shot of the day can't be healthy for this big hungry kitty.
Three sight seeings related to World of Warcraft games:
European's Official World of Warcraft (WoW) Web site has an amusing screen shot related to
"ya, there are no girls on the intarweb." -- A girl's story on the Internet and in multiplayer games...Submitted by ant on Fri, 11/04/2005 - 6:15pm. Apple Games | Audio | Communication | History | Internet/Network | Non-Apple Computer Games | Online Games | Personal | Reading Materials | WoW
/. mentioned The Escapist's story about how a girl had been watching and observing the Internet for quite some time. It's like a science project with the usual control and variables. The control is: "I am a girl. The variables are the medium through which this fact is expressed. The results all point to the same paradoxical conclusion: I am a girl, but girls do not exist on the internet."
World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade was revealed. Click to read more about it.