I've received word that after the next set of rolling restarts, which may be happening as early as tonight, inspection requests on other players will start to be throttled.A na ovo se i zvanično oglasila i Blizzard Community Manager Nethaera!
This is being done because some addons generate a large number of inspection requests, so beware as some addons may start to behave unexpectedly, flat out break, or otherwise act up. Overall I hope it not to be too bad, but you never know, so here's the heads up.
Addon authors may need to restructure their addon so that they may _never_ receive a response back from a request. We may be seeing several second long intervals between allowed requests, and as I said, some request will likely never be answered.
If I hear any more details I'll update the post. (WoWace)
We're actually working on restoring the epic feeling to epic items in Cataclysm. Epic loot should be epic, and something to be very proud of. Our plan is to try and get the Heroic -> Blue Gear and Raid -> Purple Gear balance back.
Icecrown Citadel Heroic attempts (Source Re: Icecrown Citadel Raid Buffs Active)
I apologize for the confusion. The number of attempts allotted for end bosses is still 50.
Remote Mail Service? (Source Re: Access to mail via WoW Remote?)
The idea to access and send in-game mails through a web and/or mobile based service is something that is being considered. We are always researching new potential additions to our web/mobile services btw :-)
[...] No need to jump to conclusions. As Vaneras said, we're always looking for ways to expand the interactivity of our web and mobile services, and this is one that is already in our minds as a feature that could easily be used under the existing Remote service or similar.
Classic and TBC Dungeon Maps (Source Re: Classic and TBC dungeon maps)
We hope to add dungeon maps to those outside of Northrend. "When?" you ask? Well, sometime in the future. I cannot elaborate further on that at the moment. [...] On the priority list of 'things to do' I can confidently say it's not up there with the high fliers, but it's on the list.
On the 13th of this month we posted news about a Korean Press Event being put together by Blizzard on the 24th promoting StarCraft II, with a special "surprise" mixed in. That event occurred, and we have the details.
The event was to announce Blizzard's marketing and advertising partnerships in Korea. To announce their partnership with KoreaAir Airline, they revealed a StarCraft II themed jet, which should always have a Doctor on board in order to qualify it as a Medivac Dropship.
Blizzard also announced a partnership with Lotteria, a Korean burger chain, and graphics card company Nvidia. While some fans were hoping for the announcement of a "StarCraft II Professional Edition", which included LAN capabilities for major tournaments, it appears the event was just to announce advertisers, which while not being the most exciting thing in the world for fans and gamers, should be taken as great news since a strong advertising base will add to the longevity of the game.
Fomos Korean StarCraft News
Now, the mighty dragons must rely on the mortal races for salvation. The fate of the red flight, caretakers of all life on Azeroth, hangs in the balance. Stalwart champions, Horde and Alliance alike, will rush to the defense of the sanctum. Will you be among them?
Featured in the upcoming World of Warcraft patch 3.3.5., the Ruby Sanctum is the final Wrath of the Lich King dungeon and a precursor to the events of World of Warcraft: Cataclysm. Learn about it here.