Apr 28th 2009 4:44PM Wow.
You don't even know how BLOGS work. Amazing.
You going to go around to every blog that links to this post and tell them they're stealing from it too?
Apr 21st 2009 6:52PM Don't know squat about DK's as a player, just as fighting them, so I don't feel qualified to say much about them. But warriors in PvP are an absolute joke, so whining about warrior intercept/charge seems pointless. I don't even play my warrior anymore, not even in his T7, it's just pointless. Ret pallies outburst them in PvP, and prot pallies own them as tanks.
We're just better than warriors. We were before the recent nerfs to fury, we are now, we always have been. The only thing they can do is pop the holy pally bubble, but for prot or ret that's not much of a concern. We either outlast or outburst them.
Apr 21st 2009 6:47PM As a prot paladin, it's annoying, but at least we're not fury warriors. Just shoot that dead horse in the head already. This is a minor concern for ret or prot in PvP.
Apr 14th 2009 4:45AM My main's a BE pally (cause we're ridiculously OP) but I have to say, I hate that I'm pretty sure Wrynn would have ripped Garrosh's head off if that fight had continued. He blocked the dude's attack like it was nothing.
Maybe next time Garrosh will actually get a few hits in. It looked way too one sided for me.
Apr 4th 2009 2:41PM Do you even bother to read before you post these little tirades?
He goes out of his way to point out that, even WITH a bad rotation, he managed to put out decent DPS, and that he had two separate runs at the dummy: the second one was purely to show what he was doing wrong.
I mean, what are you, a mouthbreather? The whole point of the data he displayed was how poorly he did and that the spec still delivered decent DPS. If you can't even be bothered to read that, why do you post at all?
Think before you post these opinions. Some of us take time and effort to mock Rossi.
Mar 27th 2009 2:32PM No, I wouldn't like to STFU because you play the arena FOTM, why would I? Warlocks in MY raids outDPS warriors because they're not goddamn idiots, like, say, you.
Warriors don't want to suck and you call it complaining. You don't want to suck and it's justified. Funny how that works. Guess whatever issues you have with your class can stay unresolved, then, since you're so opposed to anyone complaining about them.
Mar 27th 2009 2:04PM "Think about my mindless generalization before you argue with me."
Okay, done. It's a mindless generalization. Thanks for playing. Druid whine is so groundless it makes my teeth itch, you should have tried hunters. They at least ate a bad nerf. Druids get buffs like candy and always want more. Warriors just don't want to lose ground and you call it QQ.
As a prot pally I pity warriors. They suck at everything.
Mar 24th 2009 6:10PM Like was said before, making arena weapons and armor harder to get weeded out us scrubs. Without us scrubs, the good players have no one to beat up on.
Mar 21st 2009 6:25PM He answered it.
"Why is the molten armor spirit change a nerf to pvp"
Answer: For PvP it is a nerf to those mages using Molten Armor, but very few mages use Molten Armor in PvP.
"solo, and anyone not in full 25man epics / raid buffs?"
Realistically, most mages are never going to notice a change to crit while soloing unless it was a really large number. Soloing is generally not difficult and you are generally going to defeat everything you fight within a few GCDs.
So, to sum up for the reading challenged:
Mages don't use Molten Armor in PvP, so it's not a nerf there. It's not a nerf to soloing because you won't even notice it.
The only part he didn't directly answer was the subjective "and anyone not in full 25man epics / raid buffs" which he's answered several times before as part of their "we want grouping to make you more powerful" spiel. I think a lot of the Dev's ideas are silly, but at least I know what they are. You're handed them on a plate and you take the plate and dump the contents onto the floor then complain that you can't eat the plate. That's not his fault, it's yours.
Mar 12th 2009 4:12PM Pop culture references are an inherent part of pop culture. You're telling him he shouldn't reference anything but WoW, a show that has actually named a raid boss after the character in question, because then you might see something you didn't already know about a TV show that's four years old at this point, and you believe that you're being reasonable?
Grow up. The world doesn't have to lock itself in a box until you catch up.