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Free to Play: Getting the Most out of Starter Edition Accounts
2011-08-14 à 12:07
Last month, Blizzard introduced free-to-play Starter Edition Accounts. With these accounts, players could level up to 20--of course with some restrictions--and play for free indefinitely. It's an easy way for new players to test out the game, but it's also gained popularity among twinks who are looking for even more of a challenge with in-game restrictions. We've covered all the things you can and can't do on a trial account below.
Activating an Account
Players can get a Starter Account edition by visiting the home page, receiving a Recruit-a-Friend invitation, or through a trial key obtained from other Blizzard products.
Once signed up, you will be prompted to download the game, which can be played as the streaming client downloads data in the background.
Previous trial accounts made before 4.2, which had expired, are permanently reactivated. Characters level 20 and below on these accounts can be played again.
Upgrading an Account
Upgrade Online: Use [url=https:\/\/us.battle.net\/login\/en\/?ref=https%3A%2F%2Fus.battle.net
Leveling 201: A Guide to More Enjoyable Leveling
2011-07-17 à 09:46
Leveling in Cataclysm is easy; but with all the additions, there's bound to be something surprising, whether you're a veteran or on your first alt. For better or for worse, Cataclysm has streamlined questing--but has also featured alternative ways to gain experience if questing becomes tedious on your 5th alt. Personally, I've leveled toons numerous ways: a rogue to 85 through questing on the first day of the xpac, a warlock in legacy epics through mining, a priest in full BoAs primarily through instances, a rogue strictly through herbalism, and a DK questing in half-BoAs. I've got a mage at 62 that's currently done a lot of LFD, but outpacing the quests for particular zones drives her crazy with the lore and consistent plot lines. I have friends that wait for Alterac Valley weekend for leveling, another that leveled a toon through LFD with 0 quests completed on purpose, and some insane guildmates that have leveled multiple toons through Archaeology in the hopes of getting an elusive epic (cough,
Zin'rokh, le Destructeur de mondes
) for their mains. Big thanks to Psynister for his expert leveling advice!
Once you hit 85, all the new Justice Point gear, Molten Front dailies, and Firelands rep farming await, so let's highlight all the ways you can get th
New Ghostcrawler Blog: Cataclysm Talent Tree Post-Mortem
2011-06-01 à 12:33
Ghostcrawler's back after a hiatus from posting his developer blogs and this time he wants to talk talent trees. A lot of us aren't a big fan of the new trees, especially because it feels foreign to take an entire tree without looking up; frequently a good spec boils down to a cookie cutter spec with 1-2 points in a different ability or two.
Then again, cookie cutters were always popular--even in vanilla. Cataclysm just streamlined them. All in all, this is an excellent post-mortem into why Blizzard changed talents and how they feel about it currently, even if the system has its detractors. It's also a good examination into mastery and early leveling as well as endgame goals.
You may have noticed we changed class talent trees for Cataclysm. We changed not just the trees themselves, as you might expect for an expansion, but the entire structure of the trees and the way you choose talents. Now that the Cataclysm model has been in play for several months, the team has been discussing what we like and don\u2019t like about it, and I thought that might be of interest to some of you. As always with this series, this is design rumination,
Bind to Battle.net Account Heirloom Items Coming in 4.1?
2011-03-30 à 19:11
We were taking a peek at some of the awesome Heirloom items we discovered in today's PTR patch and noticed a majorly interesting detail: heirlooms will now Bind to Battle.net account! It seems that this feature has been added not only to the newly added heirlooms but to all previously implemented heirloom items as well! We have absolutely no idea how transferring these items between characters on different servers and whatnot will work, but we'll definitely update with any details we're able to find! Maybe we'll see a detailed Blizzard post on this real soon\u2122!
We'll (of course) have our PTR database updated as soon as possible to support this change. :)
News Roundup: Blizzard Posts on New Ink Traders, LFD, Tol Barad and more!
2011-02-03 à 17:51
Yay for Blue posts finally starting up again! Unfortunately, it seems that most of the threads addressed today involve topics which have already been commented on in the past. However, further clarification from Blizzard on anything is always appreciated!\r
Today's topics include:\r
Ink Traders Coming to Stormwind and Orgrimmar\r
Improving Looking For Dungeon Queues\r
"Linear" Cataclysm Leveling Content\r
Potential Tol Barad Changes\r
Improving Outland Leveling\r
Check out the full Blizzard posts after the break!\r
News Roundup: Blue Posts, World of StarCraft, WoW in the Classroom
2011-01-24 à 13:55
Not a whole lot of new info being provided by Blizzard, but still some interesting Blue posts today and over the weekend! Today's topics include:\r
Providing Detailed Raid & Dungeon Information In-Game\r
Using PVP Gear In PVE\r
Healing Being Hard\r
Leveling Fast in Outland\r
In addition, I've found some interesting World of Warcraft-related articles for you guys - one involving the creator of the now-infamous World of StarCraft mod that you guys may have heard about and another about a revolutionary "WoW in School" program shared between two middle schools! I wish I could have been playing WoW when I was in class... oh well, at least we had SimCity 2000!\r
Be sure to check out the full posts and article links after the break!\r
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