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6-20-2011 @ 7:56PM
I don't know the point of this article, but that doesn't mean I didn't like it.
6-25-2011 @ 4:26AM
If you actually read what he's saying, and look passed the personality he's poured all over this. It literally is a guide on how to play warlocks. I, personally, LOVE the fresh approach he's taken in explaining simple basics about playing warlocks :)It made it interesting lol. Very interesting :D
6-21-2011 @ 9:38AM
If this is an earnest question, you can see that he's actually giving basic Warlock advice throughout the column. The first section is basically that living is the most important part of being DPS--we can't DPS without our bodies, as much as we'd like to believe we could. The second section is about damage and who we should give Dark Intent to (Spriest and Balance Druids benefit the most from DI, with kitty druids and assassination rogues lagging behind--fire mages are viable, but not desired [cuz they're mages!]). The third section is discussing who we should soulstone (preferably healers, but tanks are good, too) and the functions of healthstone. Finally, the last section is discussing that we should never, ever, EVER pull threat onto ourselves (even if it means reducing our precious, precious pain) and just let the tank do his job.It's really well-done, if I do say so myself. Bravo! :D
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