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OK, so this is one of those episodes serving mostly to tie the plot together. I really like the visuals in this one. Dialogue-wise, it's nothing special, but it gets the job done. I think the artist did a really nice job with Trevor. I chuckled a little when I saw his "well fed" state.
Back to WoW... in a way. So I gave Warhammer Online a go, and ended up being disappointed. Granted, I didn't give it a proper chance, only got my Black Orc to lvl 10, but the game just didn't manage to grab me. I hate the disjointed and crude feel to the combat animation. To me, that's a big part of PvP, for the combat to feel fluid, and it just doesn't feel like that in WAR. Seeing as WAR is fairly lacking in PVE content and is focusing mostly on the PVP/RVR stuff, it's ironic in that sense that I wouldn't like the core mechanic of the game's core feature.
That said, I'm installing the monster 3.0.2 patch, in preparation for WotLK. I'm hearing very mixed reviews on the state of the Warrior class. Apparently, prot is now great - that much everyone agrees on. And I think that's very cool, but what I'm very excited about at the moment is the dual-spec feature (this has been my long-standing issue with WoW). I really, really hated being pigeonholed into grinding 100g every time I wanted to respec (and then respec back).
So in that sense, I'll likely be deep Arms and Prot. Once I get my gear up in WotLK, I'm gonna be Titan Gripping like David Duchovny in a room full of Hustler mags.