Mar 14th 2008 2:42PM s'cool - we all have days....
Mar 14th 2008 12:29PM Wow - Now I'd say you seem really insecure. Why do you keep threatening to beat people up? Adults don't really do that very much, at least not the smart ones. P.S. Your chest is impressive, but you need to work on your calves.
Mar 14th 2008 8:26AM What knob is this which o'er yon posting list doth break?
Why, t'is sad perseus, whose tiny mind his rampant e-peen much exceeds.
Is there no limit to the yapping liberties he'll take,
When quiet thought and introspection's clearly what he needs?
I liked the article. Good info - thanks.
Feb 14th 2008 11:37AM My 2 cents - it takes no more than 10 minutes to fill a 28-slot shard bag (what kind of lock are you that it takes 1 min per kill anyway?) - I kill basilisks and burn me some +damage food so it isn't wasted time. Everybody else in a raid (a good one anyway) offers what they can to help it. Why I would want to charge money, or worse, refuse to summon, is completely beyond me.
Jan 15th 2008 8:30AM Well statistically, it'd have to be the night elf mohawk, 'cause there's only just the one and he's on record as being happy with his class...
Jan 4th 2008 3:43PM With respect, this seems counter-intuitive to me. The less granular the heal, the more hp you'd want in the target to maintain an HP buffer under the the average heal size. For example, if my tank has 13K HP and I heal for 3K, I can start the heal as the tank's health drops towards 10K, meaning that it will take a really large hit to one-shot him. If the tank only has 10K though, I've got to wait until he has only 7K left to avoid overhealing, making him much more vulnerable to being one-shotted. With a HoT, no worries, because the HoT can be applied when he's only just below full health. Have I missed something?
Dec 24th 2007 8:36AM Yes, use the auction house to sell, but for god's sake get auctioneer to learn the value of what you're selling. Just this weekend I picked up a shadow pearl in AH for 20s buyout - turned around and sold it for 27g. That was an expensive mistake that somebody didn't have to make.
Dec 17th 2007 2:59PM Forget potency for enchanting - it's already uselessly repetitive enough to level without spamming the crap out of the trade channels. The last thing we need is another round of frustrating mats-gobbling attempts to get those last few stat points. How about role-directed specialization though - tanking (+defense rating, +threat), healing (+healing, mp5), or dps(+damage, +hit, +spelldamage)-specific enchants? And for god's sake, a decent high-level wand please.
Dec 6th 2007 10:27AM @2 Sounds like consensus then - guess I should've rolled at least one horde lol
Dec 6th 2007 10:03AM I'm betting that's the badlands - where those rock elementals are.