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    Battle for Dazar'alor - Opulence Crowns By now you might have noticed players you come across might have unique crown models on their heads. This model can be acquired in the loot table of the Opulence boss in Battle for Dazar'alor. There is a drop for every armor type and a color for each raid difficulty! That is not where the fun ends, however. The on use effect Pry Gem gives you a random gem that provides a buff and is usable for 20 hours before disappearing. After 20 hours you can spawn a new random gem. Crackling Tourmaline - Use: Increases your Speed by 120 for 60 min. (60 sec cooldown) Diamond of Sustenance - Use: Draw sustenance from the gem, restoring 166,688 health and 83,344 mana over 20 sec. If you spend at least 10 sec focusing on the gem you will become well fed, gaining 75 in a stat for 60 min. (1 sec cooldown) Emerald of Vigor - Use: Restores 33,337 health. (60 sec cooldown) Sapphire of Brilliance - Use: Increases all stats by 400 for 60 sec. (5 min cooldown) Star Topaz - Use: Make a friendly player sparkle! (30 sec cooldown) Sunset Amber - Use: Reduces a party member's size by 50% for 5 min. (30 sec cooldown) Level Type Slot Name Model Viewer 350 Cloth Head Crown of the Seducer Modelviewer 350 Leather Head Crown of A'akul's Dark Reign Modelviewer 350 Mail Head Electrified Crown of Rahu'ai Modelviewer 350 Plate Head Crown of Bloody Succession Modelviewer Which of the Opulence Crown models do you like best? Blue Posts Originally Posted by Blizzard (Blue Tracker) Oceanic In Game/Server Lag Issues I just wanted to confirm that over the last few weeks, we’ve made a number of changes to potentially address reported lag issues with Oceanic realms. Those changes and updates to the game service are now implemented. Blue Tweets Originally Posted by Blizzard Entertainment Can I get an official confirmation for if we delete the char that we earned our Heritage Armor, will we also lose the appearance? Or is it safe to delete those chars? Once you have earned the Heritage armor, it remains in your transmog library regardless of the fate of the character who earned it. (WarcraftDevs) Jay the Bard - Journey Home: A Classic WoW Parody Jay the Bard has released a parody song about WoW Classic! Dark Legacy Comics #673 DLC #673 has been released. View the full article
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    The history of the Electronic Entertainment Expo is as long as it is circuitous. The annual event has traditionally brought the entire gaming industry together as developers and publishers fight for attention both on and off the show floor through announcements, trailers, and pomp and circumstance. The displays of grandeur have ebbed and flowed over the course of E3's soon-to-be 25-year history, with different companies occasionally reconsidering the extent of their involvement in the show. Now one of its biggest players, Sony, has decided that PlayStation will not be attending E3 in 2019. “As the industry evolves, Sony Interactive Entertainment continues to look for inventive opportunities to engage the community," the company told Game Informer in a statement. "PlayStation fans mean the world to us and we always want to innovate, think differently and experiment with new ways to delight gamers. As a result, we have decided not to participate in E3 in 2019. We are exploring new and familiar ways to engage our community in 2019 and can’t wait to share our plans with you.” When asked if Sony would push its event off-site, similar to how Electronic Arts provides a show adjacent to E3, PlayStation senior vice president of communications Jennifer Clark elaborated further saying, "We will not activate or hold a press conference around E3." Sony's withdrawal from E3 likely comes as a disappointment to fans that look forward to the company's stage show as a centerpiece for the expo as a whole. From huge announcements like Spider-Man and Horizon: Zero Dawn to tense, on-stage demos like The Last of Us, Sony has always brought a certain flair to the show. The press conference battle between Microsoft and Sony, especially once Nintendo changed to a video format, is often the talk of E3. The announcement comes after Sony declined to hold their annual fan event called PlayStation Experience, or PSX, this year, which usually takes place in the first two weeks of December. Sony Interactive Entertainment chairman Shawn Layden said at the time that there simply was not enough to show this year, a problem that fans also pointed out during the previous year's more low-key event. The official statement suggests that Sony plans to engage the community in other events. Does this mean Sony will be reviving the currently shuttered PlayStation Experience? "We are looking at events as a whole and how we can speak more to our fans and continue to wow them. The timing of PSX and E3 didn't allow for that," Clark replied. "But lots of exciting things to come, and we hope to share shortly. Some of our biggest games will have key milestones next year so we will work hard to blow those up." The Entertainment Software Association, or ESA, has hosted E3 since its inception in 1995. The trade association is made up of the video game industry's largest and most notable publishers, including Sony Interactive Entertainment, and has recently made moves to transition E3 from less of an industry event to a fan-inclusive one. We reached out to the ESA about Sony's announcement, and were informed they plan to release a statement later today. What do you think about Sony pulling away from E3 in 2019? Does it change your view of the show? Let us know below in the comments. Andy McNamara provided additional reporting for this article. This news will escalate the feeling among many that E3 has simply lessened in importance in recent years. Of course, that remains to be seen since the show has been evolving into a more consumer-focused event. Sony could take this opportunity to build a fan expo like BlizzCon, which takes place when the timing is right for Sony. Or the platform holder could go the more direct route like Nintendo, leveraging its own social channels to promote its products globally. The other side of that argument is that E3 is when the industry has the world's attention, and Sony could be missing out on that opportunity. View the full article
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    If I'm going to watch random videos on YouTube or what ever available, I always end up watching animals. LOL. Like the wild animals, like how to live in the wild, how they survive, and how they kill another animals.
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    Foundflix is indeed a great channel for content regarding horror films, and I watch his explanations sometimes, although it's not the type of content I would watch late at night, lol. Chris Stuckmann is one reviewer which more or less have the same opinions as me when I watch a film, so I've come to trust his reviews when they come out in deciding what I should watch.
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    Yeah, I kind of started late in getting into watching movies (only really started watching a lot of movies when I was around 24), so I missed a lot of the really good movies, so after watching a bunch of movies and being disappointed in wasting my time with some of them, I just started watching movie reviews before going to the theaters so that I'll be informed first before spending money and time. It's also my way of keeping up with the older movie classics which I have missed.
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    Yeah, you're right. If I feel the depression and I think I'm running in circles again, I used to watch this motivational speech. The one hour of watching this, I realize that I'm not alone. Motivational videos are enough for me to understand my situation.
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    I watch movie reviews and discussions about the latest films, so that I can be updated on which films are worth watching by the next day.
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