Podcast 18: The Aftermath and Class Changes and Regret.

April 19, 2010

Oh man.  This week we go over our experiences in The Prune Juice Challenge, some of the class changes, plus a lot more.  Let me tell you…this particular offering isn’t for the squeamish.  We will be releasing the entire PJC later this week or the following week, but this episode definitely goes into some of the highlights of that endeavor…If people talking about things like that give you issues, turn back now.  If you find such things humorous, if you enjoy hearing about others painful intestinal issues, if you are a fan of schadenfreude…you’re going to love this episode.  Oh, and we also dive into the first three classes worth of class changes:  Druid, Hunter and Pally.  That plus much much more is in store for you, if you are strong enough to listen.

OUR WEEK IN WOW

The Prune Juice Challenge…Let’s start talking about it.

Sauce: Icy Hot on his privates?  Or no?  A Pugcast Journey.

Esta Pugs Yogg+1

PHONE CALLS AND EMAILS!

NEWS

Druid class changes in detail

Paladin class changes in detail

Hunter Class changes in detail

Developer Twitter highlights

More micro transactions

Mount Hyjal

Vashj’ir

TURDHAT’S CORNER

DISCUSSION TOPIC

What get’s you PISSED in WoW?

NEXT WEEK’S DISCUSSION TOPIC

Two parter, first part from Umbrage:

So I know you’ve talked about pvp vs pve before, and now I’ve read that the emphasis is going to be on rated battlegrounds not arenas. This obviously changes things, because balancing for 3v3 is different than 10v 10 or 20v20. Do you guys think this is a step towards pve and pvp mechanics being closer or farther apart?

Second part:

Would you take part in the prune juice challenge for a chance to win 5k gold, or are we nuts?

MUSIC FROM THIS WEEK’S SHOW

Art Yenta – Ferme te jolis yeux(Barbarie thème), Funky – Landing

Pitx – See You Later (ft. Fireproof Babies, Bmccosar) – CCMixter

JT Bruce – Rigel – Universica

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