Jan 11th 2008 4:54PM @Charles
I'm a paladin healer. I will speak from our point of view.
You said earlier that warriors shouldn't "Gamble" by stacking stamina. I hope you realize that stacking avoidance over stamina is by definition, a gamble. You're hoping that the odds will roll in your favor and you won't get hit enough to die. Stamina is by definition not a gamble. It's always there. It's reliable.
Prince is a perfect example of why I prefer my tanks to prioritize stamina. He hits so fast and the fight is so long that pretty much every fight he triple smacks the tank for 12K damage. No amount of avoidance at that level of gear will prevent that. If the tank on the other hand has stacked stamina then he can survive that inevitable onslaught of damage.
Stamina is where it's at. This is coming from an experience healer's point of view.
Jul 3rd 2007 1:43PM @10
It's their attitude. They're so negative all the time and that has to hurt progression. The guilds that have outpaced them love the game, interact with the community, and don't bash every encounter they come across. Have you looked at the comments on D&T's website about the encounters? They sound like they hate the game.
Jul 3rd 2007 1:41PM @10
It's their attitude I bet. The memebers of Nihilum love this game, and you can see it by how they interact with the community, and make kill videos and such. Death and Taxes is just always so negative. I know I sound like a Nihilum fan boy (really I'm not) but it's the best example I can think of to contrast with D&T.
Jul 3rd 2007 12:47PM Death and Taxes is a guild full of salty jerks. All they do is complain, bash the game, and say rude things. Have you seen their website? They just trash talk every encounter and are pretty negative. They don't deserve to have a post on wowinsider about them downing Illidan.
Jun 22nd 2007 8:39PM Paladins are the best hands down for karazhan. There are no fights where the group damage is so large that a couple pallies can't keep up, unless people are being idiots on a fight like shade. Our mana efficiency is so high that with half epics, I can heal perpetually if I have a shadow priest in my group and mana pots. Priests and druids aaaaalways go down. I've never had a shammy healer in my group though... I hear they rock for 25 mans with chain heal.