Apr 14th 2008 1:52PM Yeah, I was one of the first to run Gruul PuGs Horde-side on my server. But the coordination needed is high and it isn't exactly great for creating a solid raid team. But, for T4 and the farmable T5 bosses, it is fine.
Apr 14th 2008 1:02PM My guild doesn't have problems with preparation. Getting 25 people to show is my issue. Since killing Gruul as a guild in January, Morogrim in the beginning of March I have been recruiting CONSTANTLY and I am lucky to get one solid night getting trash bosses down.
Feb 29th 2008 3:36PM * 0. Annoying PuG player archetypes | 12/09/2006 11:39:34 PM PST
I thought this seemed a bit familiar. Forum post seeking BRAINZ
Feb 11th 2008 5:03PM I found the one in Undercity. Probably one in each of the capital cities.
Oct 16th 2007 2:02PM The real game starts at level 70, end of discussion. The whole run from 1-69 is preparing you for that.
Oct 2nd 2007 12:32PM Actually, I think a better use would be put use it for a Guildportal copy. There's plenty of good social networking sites, that space is pretty well filled imo. But, what I don't see is a good, easy to use guild website hosting option. Guildportal is nice, but they're about all there is. So, why not try to move into that space, rather than being one of 20 or 30 "like myspace, but niche" sites.
Sep 18th 2007 10:49PM @2
this happens to be pretty much THE build for S Priest raiding. The only change would be to move 2 from Shadow Power to Shadow focus. I run with 5/5 fear resist, but if something goofy happens and the tank gets feared I am usually dead anyway. Also, Blackout is pretty well useless in raids and it is a 30% chance for a 3 second stun, better to go for Spirit Tap and lord it over everyone when you manage to SW:Death the boss and get the proc.
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