Nov 6th 2008 4:27PM I need a BRRRR with some MRGLRGLRGL
Oct 14th 2008 1:04PM First thing I will do is empty my bags of 50 mounts, and my bank of companions, so that I have space to power level inscription...
Aug 11th 2008 12:15AM Ignoring class dynamics is fine and all... until it comes time to step into raids and such. Sure, you may be fine in some places, but when a mage doesn't believe in sheeping, because it's associated with animal cruelty or whatever, his usefulness has just went down for that particular dungeon.
Sure, if you can get a group together to form a guild who accepts that, go for it... But, don't get upset if you try to pug somewhere, and are kicked for your roleplay limitations.
But let's not forget how ridiculous ignoring class spells can get... A rogue who refuses to stealth, or a warlock who refuses to summon, is ignoring a core piece of their class. You might as well just roll something else. Few people would want to put up with you in pugs... but good luck finding people who will...
Jul 25th 2007 7:14PM Spectral Tigers For the Obvious Win
Jun 29th 2007 10:50AM I'm a druid, and I've honestly never had that big of a problem lacking a OOC res... But it would be nice.
So what if we can do other stuff? What does an OOC res mean for everyone else? Well, for one, you don't have to carry 2 healers, or spend half an hour finding a suitable shadow priest, or retri/prot pally. Also, you wipe in a raid, faster pickup with druids rezzing too.
Honestly, I don't think it would change too much in the realm of making druids too powerful or anything. We still don't have an aggro drop like Fade, we can't take a beating like Paladins, and we can't benefit our party like a Shaman can with totems. Really, I don't see how it'd be a problem... but I do think it should probably be a talent spell.