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Mar 1st 2009 2:45AM Well. Let's consider this. There are alot of arms/fury warriors doing PvP right now, where engineering really...glimmers (can't say it truly shines). I think this enchant, and bear with me here, might illustrate a certain amount of foresight on Blizzard's front, in that a fair amount of said warriors, or paladins, or whatever dumb class they let tank these days, would likely use this modification on their tank set considering dual spec will coincide with this, the enchant's release.
Jan 22nd 2009 9:10PM There isn't really a single Lunar New Year—the Lunar Festival always coincides with the Chinese (Lunar) New Year. Us Jews celebrate our hedonistic lunar annuity in early autumn.
Nov 25th 2008 2:16AM Excuse me Scott, I'm not trying to be rude, but ol' Madchen Amick—she hails from a little town called TWIN PEAKS. Anything she's done from that point on is to be inferior, especially (but not excluding) Viva Laughlin.
Oct 4th 2008 1:06PM You do understand that oftentimes it sounds like you are saying "death nigger" in your videos? How drunk were you when you decided that was a good nickname for the class?
Sep 17th 2008 12:51PM the free version (CarboniteQuest) is all you really need. I bought the full version, but it was a resource hog and I just use the free version. It is awesome.
Sep 11th 2008 3:57PM I went over to the Wrath version of wowhead and looked up the FSW set. http://wotlk.wowhead.com/?item=21870 As you can see it will be a basic +47 spellpower.
Sep 5th 2008 10:02PM Seems to me like Blizzard wants Paladins healing and dpsing this go around.
Sep 2nd 2008 8:34PM am I only the one who feels priests should shut up and heal?
Jul 18th 2008 4:34AM Yes, I'm replying to my own comment.
Why would you even post a comment saying "I don't know what the hell this is why would I want to see this movie"?
You obviously know how to work a web browser, so LOOK IT UP.
Jul 18th 2008 4:31AM OK, here's the skinny on Watchmen. It is literature in graphic novel form; it is not about saving the world, it is a serious meditation on the idea of "heroism" in general, and can be found as assigned reading in college classrooms across the country.
Watchmen refers to the Latin proverb "Quis custodiet custodes" loosely translated as "Who watches the watchmen?" Similar in premise to Christopher Nolan's take on Batman, the novel focuses on the personal demons of the Minutemen, the actual name for the group of heroes, their history both as a group of close-knit friends and as public figures. Think...The Incredibles, but not funny, sweet, or endearing, insomuch as there are no "likeable" characters. The Minutemen are heroes who have affairs, smoke, drink, and as time goes on, even hate each other.
It's really too much to explain in a blog forum post. It's an important book, and hopefully the film won't dumb it down too much for people who can't be bothered to pick up a fucking picture book for 2-3 hours. It's not a long read, but it is an important one, definitely up there with other serious works of the 20th century.
Jim, you're a horse's ass for not even trying to be a considerate debater by doing a little bit of research on the topic at hand.