Wednesday, March 11, 2009

New Poll and New Emblem Heirloom Rewards

I've got a new poll up on the sidebar if you're actually reading this at my blog (, asking which of the games that I follow you all are actually interested in. I'm curious because I have always viewed this as a multi-game blog, but most of my traffic seems to be WoW-related (perhaps because most of my posts, in the aggregate, are WoW-related). It probably won't affect what I write about on a grand scale, but there are adjustments I can make to have posts be more relevant if it turns out that none of you care about certain games.

In other news, to save this from being a boring housekeeping post:

New Emblem of Heroism Heirlooms in Patch 3.1
Vaneras, one of the EU CM's, now says that there WILL be new Emblem of Heroism Heirloom Items in patch 3.1. Not really news, except that I've been operating under the opposite assumption based on blue posts as recent as last week that made it sound like they weren't planning on rolling out more Heroism rewards. Guess we'll have to wait and see what the new items are (perhaps relics/totems/librams might be a candidate, since those items don't exist in low level content?), if Blizzard doesn't change its mind again next week.

(I don't ordinarily go into old posts to update them, but I'm making an exception for last week's heirloom item advice in case people find it via google and are confused by the conflicting blue comments.)


  1. I am interested in all your posts. Even if I don't play EQ myself, it always interesting to read about other games and how they are designed.

    I comment about WoW because that's what I play. But that doesn't mean I'm not interested in reading about other games, I am.

  2. And I just wanted to say thank you for updating the heirloom post.

  3. What DeftyJames said. I read many blogs and the majority of them don't deal with games I'm currently playing -- but since I've played most every MMO out there (Western hemisphere ones, anyway), I've got an ongoing and/or lingering interest in them all.


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