Nov 6th 2008 7:25AM Can I haz CE box? No? Thx bai!
Sep 17th 2008 5:37PM Are there going to be any method of "mailing" to characters on different realms?
Aug 21st 2008 7:18PM Haha, 2 data points and people call it a trend? Obviously some people don't know about statistics. Plus, doesn't this new cinematic do exactly what the previous two did? It gives a glimpse of a lot of the major new content in the game.
Everything was new in the base game, so it took time to show bits of most of the races and classes. The second game introduced the new races, Outlands, and they already had plans for Illidan. This third game introduces the death knight (which I'm assuming all the "minions" to be death knights prior to their freedom), Northrend, and has plans for Arthas. It seems to follow a trend when I watch it.
Not trying to be a fanboy of any sort, but people really need to appreciate the quality of work that Blizzard puts and stop being so critical all the time. Take it at face value and have fun with it.
Aug 2nd 2008 1:44AM I agree with Jay.
Opinions are subjective.
Did that add anything?
Jul 11th 2008 6:58AM Manaprincess is so generous. I bet she's the hotness!
Jul 10th 2008 6:19PM The mana pot would be to last a bit longer (staying awake) in some of the epicly long and boring meetings at work. And the health pot would be required when my boss is grilling me and my coworker runs out of mana pots to back me up. I don't like to cry...
May 23rd 2008 9:53AM Orc Death Knight because I love to DPS.
Axe Specialization for increase in personal dps.
Blood Fury for increase in personal dps.
Hardiness for less downtime, which leads to increase in personal dps.
And Command for increase in pet dps.
I don't believe any of the other classes benefited from all of the Orc racial traits like the Death Knight will (except for Shamans in late-game when they start to summon elementals).
Apr 19th 2008 11:04PM My 2 cents? PvE gives you a feeling of great accomplishment and gets you to new content more often. And PvP makes you a better player by forcing you to react to many different race/class/spec/playstyle/CDstatus combinations. Saying that PvE requires you to know everything about your class may be true to some extent, but relative to knowledge necessary to be successful in all PvP encounters, I cannot agree that PvE requires more mastery than PvP.
Feb 23rd 2008 7:51PM This post infers that all classes are hybrids. So why do we even talk about hybrids at all?
All classes have at least one DPS spec. And all classes have some sort of utility. So the only differentiating factor are the roles other than DPS. If a class has specs from three of the following, I consider it a hybrid: melee DPS / magic DPS / healing / tanking.
Since shamans have melee/magic/healing, paladins melee/healing/tanking, and druids melee/magic/healing/tanking, they are the only hybrids. Other classes have at least one DPS spec and two other specs that are the same.