Feb 20th 2009 11:59AM great find! of course these strawberries are novelties and the price doesn't justify them for everyday consumption. i see these strawberries as something one would give as a business gift or thank you gift (in lieu of flowers, which could also cost $100 for an arrangement, per se). i love these quirky products you find in japan, such as the cube-shaped watermelons.
Jan 15th 2009 10:23AM Mensrea, I agree with you. If a priest does 60% of his healing by consistently spamming CoH, he should immediately reevaluate his healing strategy.
I think the 6 second cooldown is fine. Riptide is the shaman's 41 point talent and it has a 6 second cooldown.
CoH should not considered to be the holy priest's class defining ability just because it is the class' 41 point talent (riptide is not make a resto shaman)... priests have way more tools available in his arsenal. Throw a renew, prayer of mending, or a few flash/greater heals within this 6 second window.
Jan 15th 2009 9:47AM they already have one, prayer of fortitude...
spirit also if specced into it.
Oct 10th 2008 8:08AM sure, wow is a fantastic game. however, as you have pointed out, the demographic is absolutely frightening.
definitely wouldn't hang out with the paunch-bellied, unkept and disheveled in real life, but we all look the same in-game!
see, wow does encourage tolerance across the board.
Jun 26th 2008 2:44PM call me old fashioned but does anyone else feel that gen y-ers grow up with a gross sense of entitlement? $6.50 is pocket change. one should never expect anything for free so slash your umbilical cord from your mum. skip the value meal at mcdonalds next time and invest in something that will keep your account uncompromisable
Jun 20th 2008 8:23AM way back in the day, back when getting exalted with frostwolf clan was a major feat, i went to stv on my UD rogue -- my very first 60!! -- to have a little fun with my new purple dagger (its name escapes me now). i found a full party along with a smaller group of allies questing along the rogue, all of whom i managed to take down easily, albeit nonchalantly popping all of my cooldowns (vanish, prep, blind, sprint, etc). basking in my glory of taking down a barrage of 8 or so gnomes, humans, and night elves, i didn't bother to bandage, eat or drink but rather danced and gloated like the hero i was in my own mind.
along came a level 40 hunter. he caught me unstealthed and sent in his gorilla (or whatever specie he may have been). unarmed with any of the tricks up my sleeves, this night elf kited me to oblivion, a cocky rogue 20 levels his senior.
although i didn't come out of this as unscathed as i should have, this was definitely my most memorable and humbling pvp experience.
Jun 6th 2008 8:07AM if im in a masochistic mood, i'll quest in stv on one of my alts. if i'm keen on leveling, i'd rather do the new duskwallow quests. you can avoid stv altogether in that zone.
Mar 27th 2008 1:27PM /agreed
I play Alliance on Bloodlust and the Horde definitely know how to AV better than us. Directions on the Alliance side fall on deaf ears. Sometimes Alliance STILL zergs Galv, only to confront 15+ Horde who anticipated their arrival in advance. How many times do you see SHGY defended by more than 5 players? Probably not too often. Alliance always meets formidable resistance at IBGY, no matter the Horde's final game plan.
On the rare occasions that Alliance does defend and the game seems to be on a level playing field, in ALL my experiences, Horde manages to win by attrition. One unfortunate incident this past week involved losing by 1 reinforement... Alliance 0 reinforcement remaining, Horde 1 reinforcement remaining.
Mar 27th 2008 8:38AM On the Bloodlust Battlegroup, you still have the same old race to the relief hut, but now you see less instances in which Alliance tries to zerg Galv first. In the AVs I've ran since patch day, both sides cap along the way to the relief hut and whichever side can get a tank and healers ready and start on Drek/Vann first wins. 4/5 times Horde pugs win over Alliance pugs in this Battlegroup.