FigurePrints, which sells custom World of Warcraft character statues, has expanded its line of classic armor sets to include everything that was available in the Burning Crusade expansion. The new armor includes dungeon sets up through tier 6 and Arena sets 1-4. Nine new base varieties have also just been added to the line of customization options. All of these new features are now available at www.figureprints.com.
Share your proudest in-game moments with your real-world friends online with the new World of Warcraft Armory application on Facebook. The app lets you create a custom feed of your characters' activity straight from the Armory, share it with the Facebook community, and view your friends' characters - all on Facebook. Once you've set up the app and linked it to your account, your Facebook identity will be associated with up to five characters of your choosing, and the app will generate automatic updates for your accomplishments, such as level gains, achievements, boss kills, and so on. For more information on how the app works, along with some helpful privacy tips, check out the FAQ.
Creative Labs has announced that a limited number of Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Wireless Headsets are now available for pre-order at www.amazon.com for $159.99. The World of Warcraft Wireless headset features two sets of interchangeable graphic headset lenses, custom World of Warcraft-themed voice presets, advanced uncompressed wireless technology and THX TruStudio PC audio technology. For more information on the Sound Blaster World of Warcraft Headset, visit www.soundblaster.com.
Protecting the citizens of Azeroth is extremely important to us. Our new Battle.net Account Security Awareness page provides helpful advice on what you can do to safeguard your computer, how to spot scams, info on the adverse effects of buying gold, and tried-and-true methods to help prevent account compromises.
The Blizzard Fan Art Section has been updated with two new artwork from StarCraft.