Aug 7th 2007 6:07PM I'm quite impressed. It reminds me of synchronized swimming (which isn't everyone's cup of tea). He should definitely add some type of music to the recording, though. Maybe something classical. With a harpsichord.
Jun 29th 2007 9:22AM I find the vindictive "no, druids already have everything else in the game" shortsighted. Why would you intentionally handicap a class that wants to heal you? Do you *like* having fewer viable healers available to you? Perhaps LFG for 30 more minutes is appealing to some, but I consider my time worth considerably more.
What many fail to recognize is that giving druids an out of combat resurrection spell would have no effect on game balance; the spell inherently has no effect on combat. It is an arbitrary limitation designed to make druids less attractive for groups by making them an inconvenience to others. Honestly, does Blizzard really balance their game in this way?
In Heroics, you need a regular resurrection spell. If you bring a druid, you often try to bring someone else too. And that someone else that *can* rez (and heal) means that the druid's spot would be better used for someone with a form of crowd control. I discuss this topic at greater length on my druid blog: http://resto4life.blogspot.com/2007/05/out-of-combat-resurrection.html
Please don't hate druids, especially trees. I can't tank. I can't DPS. I can't do anything BUT heal, so much have I committed to the role. I just want to perform the role I've sacrificed for, which is to heal you without being told there's no room for me because you "need a rezzer."
Jun 4th 2007 4:49PM Please don't start posting world first articles. That's what WorldofRaids.com is for and why I never visit it unless there's nothing interesting left to read on WoWInsider. The vast majority of players don't care about this sort of thing and many of those people are irritated by it. ^_^ Grats to them on whatever it was they did, but I will be very disappointed if my favorite fluffy WoW news site goes "hardcore" and starts tornhooting.