Learn about “virtual economics” as it applies to buying and selling World of Warcraft gold, items, and accounts.
Looking to get something special for your guild mates, or one of your friends that plays World of Warcraft? Check in here for some great gift ideas!
A lot of things changed for the Death Knight class in patch 3.1, especially for tanks. Here are the new cookie cutter tanking specs for all three Death Knight talent trees, plus a bonus one that you may never have seen before but is incredibly effective.
Just like any other situation where people are able to trade among themselves for goods and services, MMOs like World of Warcraft rely heavily on an internal economy. Fortunes rise and fall based on variables like supply, demand, new content, and individual players’ dexterous auction house maneuver
In round two of Useless and Annoying WoW items, we delve into the mind of Jesma to discover even more things in WoW that drive players crazy! On the chopping block today are: The Toy Train Set, Wand of Holiday Cheer, and something lovingly referred to as… Vendorstrike?
Not every item in World of Warcraft has a use, in fact some deliberately serve no purpose. A few pieces of loot are supposed to serve a purpose, but do not do as well as the designers might have intended.
The funnest part about new raids, instances, and content patches is the great new items that are introduced, because admit it, in World of Warcraft end-game the best items are the ultimate goal. Ulduar doesn’t disappoint, with great new named weapons and even a Legendary mace.
The art of Twinking a character in World of Warcraft explained. What is twinking? How do they effect the game PvP dynamics? What do you need to make your very own Twink character in WoW?
In the WoW 3.1.0 patch a new raid, Ulduar, was introduced. Along with it came a new set of currency - the Emblems of Conquest. Emblems of Conquest replaced all other existing emblem currencies and now grants players access to tier 8.5 items via heroic dungeons.
With so much money being poured into MMOs, many of them have developed flourishing economies and a brisk trade in various types of items. Even games which expressly forbid the sale of items or characters for real world money have a bustling black market. Here are the most expensive trades in MMOs.