Feb 26th 2009 4:42PM explain how one walks right through older content in amazing gear from the new content, if one has not yet gotten through that older content?
should there not still be rewards for the people who are still working though progression? I personally don't expect to be ready for ulduar when it comes out, so I won't be getting Ulduar quality gear to go back and do Naxx and EoS, etc. It certainly would be nice for people like me, who work hard but are PuGging our way through progression, to have our efforts rewarded just like the full guilds who made it through already.
In short, stop taking cool things away from us. If hardcore players need to feel good about themselves, then give them new toys. Let the rest of us earn ours too!
Oct 11th 2008 1:09PM that would look great in my collection!
May 21st 2008 2:01AM yeah ais!!
good to see a familiar name/fellow CC'er highlighted here!
May 2nd 2008 2:45PM "i have such... fascinating things to show you!"
Apr 4th 2008 12:12PM "and if they do, i hope it's really uncomfortable."
Mar 17th 2008 1:52AM my guild often uses off-tanking as a form of crowd control. you see, while our server often seems to have a shortage of tanks, my small guild (12-14 active accounts) has 2 main tanks (one paladin, one warrior), and a phenominal feral druid who is always ready and willing to switch from crazy DPS to tanking at a moment's notice (always carries both sets of gear with him)...we once did a heroic shattered halls with those three, a hunter, and myself healing. it took longer to kill things, and tested my whack-a-mole skills, but they kept those mobs under control. now, i'm not recommending trying that anytime soon, but having a second person who can tank is not a bad idea when you have no, or limited, CC.
Mar 5th 2008 11:20AM the high elf remnant:
ranger (like a hunter without a pet, focus on range and light melee)
start zone would be quel'lithien lodge, in EPL...
that's right, you want to play a high elf, you EARN it :)
Feb 4th 2008 11:15AM i've played several priests for two years now, all three spec's, one to 70, one to 64, and a fair handful at various other level of progression. i just this weekend discovered the auto self-cast feature. i also didn't know about wands for the first 15 levels or so. i muddled through alright, and i think i do just fine... but i would have loved a guide like this for my first attempts at playing the class.
i always like reading other people's perspetive on the class... keep it up!
Jan 10th 2008 2:48AM An Army of Juan did also manage to kill all the rats in the stables...
i personally feel that is noteworthy.
Jan 9th 2008 8:35PM as a holy priest, with dungeon/raid healing gear, healing is pretty much all i'm good for in the BG's. mind you, that's no complaint, as healing is what i enjoy most in WoW. nothing makes me happier in a BG, win or lose, than seeing myself at the top of the heal chart... it means i was out there doing my job and doing it well. though i do often sacrifice raw numbers in order to heal those holding an objective, and that's a sense of accomplishment in itself. rather than additional quests for healers, i'd simply like to see an accurate translation of my healing done into honor. it's hard for me to tell if my heals have anything to do with the honor kill/honor point totals.
meawhile, on the anecdotal side, i once healed a WG that lasted for an hour, and was so far up on the healing list (190k to the next top's 35k, while on D for the duration), that the horde began hunting in in groups, for sport... meanwhile i nearly always had allies that came running when i and our flag were in danger. and we won, which most people would cry never happens. one of my most epic pvp experiences ever.
in short: healers keep the battle going!