World of Warcraft Patch 5.2: The Thunder King – PTR disponibile, note complete

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World of Warcraft Patch 5.2: The Thunder King - PTR disponibile, note complete
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Blizzard ha rilasciato in queste ore la nuova patch 5.2 per World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, intitolata The Thunder King e disponibile al momento sul Public Test Realm.
L’aggiornamento è dunque disponibile per il momento a scopo di test, in attesa che ne venga rilasciata la versione definitiva, e consente di provare un nuovo raid dungeon, un hub che consente di raggiungere varie quest, miglioramenti ai Pet Battle, nuovi boss, nuov pet e cavalcature e vari cambiamenti e modifiche anche dal punto di vista del bilanciamento. Al link qua sotto trovate le note complete della patch, che sono alquanto sostanziose.
Link: Battle.net

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6 thoughts on “World of Warcraft Patch 5.2: The Thunder King – PTR disponibile, note complete

  1. Ciao a tutti!Mi servirebbe un consiglio su un libro da leggere per le vacanze…la mia prof di francese ci ha assegnato la lettura di un romanzo di un autore del romanticismo e non so quale scegliere!Avevo pensato a Madame Bovary di Flaubert…voi che mi consigliate??Grazie in anticipo

  2. Nel senso che riesce a guadagnare abbastanza con i suoi romanzi da poterne fare una professione?
    Da profana di questo genere, ma sentendone spesso parlare, mi domando a chi e a cosa serva un romanzo che prende i personaggi inventati da un altro autore per inserirli in nuove storie, spesso scritte male e prive di originalità.
    Capisco che per il fan sia un modo di esternare la sua passione per un certo “universo” e relativi personaggi, ma non capisco chi le legge. Non vi pare che il solo fatto che dietro a quelle storie non ci sia l’autore originale renda il tutto un esercizio sterile, una pallida copia dell’immaginario altrui?

  3. Families make case for vaccine link to autism
    Families of autistic kids get day in court; medical community skeptical of claims
    Parents claiming that childhood vaccines cause autism should not be rewarded by the courts when the scientific community has already rejected any link, government lawyers argued Monday on the first day of a hearing in federal court.Overall, nearly 4,900 families have filed claims with the U.S. Court of Claims alleging that vaccines caused autism and other neurological problems in their children. Lawyers for the families are presenting three different theories of how vaccines caused autism. The theory at issue Monday was whether vaccines containing the preservative thimerosal caused autism.Lynn Ricciardella, a Justice Department lawyer, said that theory has not moved beyond the realm of speculation. She said that the Institute of Medicine and the “There is no scientific debate,” Ricciardella said. “The debate is over.”Autism is a developmental disability that typically appears during the first three years of life and affects a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others. Medical experts don’t have a comprehensive understanding of what causes autism, but they do know there is a strong hereditary component.Thimerosal has been removed in recent years from standard childhood vaccines, except flu vaccines that are not packaged in single doses. The CDC says single-dose flu shots currently are available only in limited quantities.Under a two-decades-old program, individuals claiming injury from a vaccine must file a petition for “no-fault” compensation with the U.S. Court of Federal Claims. The secretary of Health and Human Services replaces the vaccine manufacturer or vaccine administrator to defend the claim.Two 10-year-old boys from Portland, Ore., will serve as test cases to determine whether thousands of families can be compensated. Attorneys for the boys will try to show they were happy, healthy and developing normally — but, after being exposed to vaccines with thimerosal, they began to regress.To win, the attorneys for the two boys, William Mead and Jordan King, will have to show that it’s more likely than not that the vaccine actually caused the injury, which they described as regressive autism.Tom Powers, one of the boys’ attorneys, acknowledged that the evidence showing thimerosal led to regressive autism was indirect and circumstantial. Still, it’s clear in the case of the two boys that they did not show any symptoms of autism until after they hadreceived all their immunizations.”Each of them had developed normally and typically well after their first year in life,” Powers said.The attorneys for the two boys said that a study in monkeys showed that mercury could ignite “neuroinflammation” in the brain, and such inflammation is the hallmark of somebody with autism. They also noted that previous studies of thimerosal were focused on autism, rather than on a more rare, specific form of the disorder that they described as regressive autism. The first witness for the families, Sander Greenland, a professor at the UCLA School of Public Health, said published studies he reviewed failed to separate regressive autism from other types of autism when looking at thimerosal, thus they allow for a substantial association of the vaccines with clearly regressive autism.Under the vaccine compensation program, officials titled special masters serve as the trial judges. The hearing that began Monday involved three special masters who will hear the evidence and determine whether thimerosal belongs on the list of causes for regressive autism. The rulings are appealable to the Court of Federal Claims.If the families are successful, they could be entitled to damages that cover lost income after one turns 18 and up to $250,000 for pain and suffering.Many members of the medical community are skeptical of the families’ claims. They worry that the claims about the dangers of vaccines could cause some people to forgo vaccines that prevent illness.Ricciardella argued that a marketing consultant fanned publicity about the supposed link between thimerosal and autism in a journal called Medical Hypothesis. She described the journal as willing to publish radical ideas, so long as they are coherent. She also said the authors pay to have the article published.But Powers said those questioning conventional wisdom in the case cannot be easily dismissed. “These are doctors who are willing to challenge the establishment on behalf of their patients,” Powers said.The court Web site says more than 12,500 claims have been filed since creation of the program in 1987, including more than 5,300 autism cases, and more than $1.7 billion has been paid in claims. It says there is now more than $2.7 billion in a trust fund supported by an excise tax on each dose of vaccine covered by the program.

  4. Ciao a tutti,

    verso dicembre dell’anno scorso giocavo abitualmente in un server di World of Warcraft, ma essendomi assentata da molto tempo, nel riprendere a giocare mi son trovata costretta a doverlo aggiornare di molte versioni, più precisamente dovrei aggiornarlo dalla 3.1.3 alla 3.3.5a.

    Dal momento che scaricando la 3.3.5a mi si richiede di possedere la 3.3.5.12213 e a sua volta scaricando questa mi viene richiesta un’altra patch di poco precedente, vorrei chiedere come potrei aggiornare all’ultima versione di cui ho bisogno direttamente dalla vecchia che già possiedo senza dover scaricare 800 patch da 500mb, o almeno come posso avere i link delle patch mancanti tutti riuniti senza doverle cercare tutte singolarmente.

    Grazie mille spero possiate aiutarmi, se non avete capito qualcosa vi prego di farmelo sapere.

  5. Ora mi trovo in vacanza in Germania, e tornerò in Italia solo fra più di 1 mese, ma siccome mi ha preso una certa voglia di ricominciare WoW volevo comprarlo dal gamestop di qui…c’è un solo problema: è completamente in tedesco.
    Andando sul sito della Blizzard ho visto che ci sono delle patch che traducono il gioco nelle lingue disponibili, tra qui ovviamente inglese. Ma prima di spendere 40€, volevo essere sicuro che questa patch traduca completamente tutto WoW da tedesco a inglese. Voi ne sapete qualcosa? Grazie!
    Ups, nel titolo ho scritto “da tedesco ad italiano”, scusate, intendevo da tedesco a inglse!

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