Apr 4th 2012 1:27PM BRB, rolling a mage named HarryPotter!
Mar 24th 2012 12:23AM If only Algalon was still around!
Feb 15th 2012 6:15PM Okay, I totally enjoyed that post, good sir. Well-played.
Feb 11th 2012 3:09PM I was a Vanir's man back in late BC!! Such good memories - thanks for that. :)
Back then, however, no one wanted a Fury Warrior for much outside of raids - no CC to speak of.. I had a helluva time getting pugs to take me into MgT.
I don't much play my warrior anymore, but I have to say running with dual Sun Eaters just makes me want to drop my rogue for the awesomeness that you've put on display.
Feb 7th 2012 4:30PM yep, as a healer there's almost no reason to have your own player unitframe so large and central when you certainly do not use it to heal. Same with target frame. They are both wastes of space. Prioritize the things you NEED the most, not what you're simply used to seeing. In this situation, it's hard to tell if you're standing in bad stuff, even when zoomed out (GTFO helps a lot, but still)!
slide the grid of unitframes down into that space and tighten up the spellbars so you can actually see the ones that matter without having to move your eyes much.
I'm not a fan of this UI, but I'm glad he's been working with it more and more. Best of luck!
Jan 31st 2012 11:16AM I knew it: Rossi tanks in fluffy bunny slippers.
LIKE A BOSS.
Jan 31st 2012 11:11AM This will be great for those of us that have >4GB RAM in a Win7 x64 world.
Jan 28th 2012 9:11PM ... but I totally was able to get down on Friday at the Louvre though and saw the Mona Lisa.
getting ready for the weekend, indeed. ;) It was fun (x4) too.
Jan 25th 2012 8:57AM Here, I fixed the link you intended to put in there:
Jan 23rd 2012 9:06AM yikes, i'm amazed you all leveled a guild with a GM that was absent.
Hate to say it, but like the momma's said, ya'll got what you payed for.
It's not so awful though... Try and flip this around with the people you DO play with, reboot the guild with someone you trust, and you'll find this was just a learning experience.