Dec 18th 2007 8:56AM Another entry, why not?
Dec 17th 2007 4:08PM Definitely Horde. The blue lion just makes me want to kill something (usually the poor sap standing near it). The bladed shield makes me want to KILL SOMETHING!!!
FOR THE HORDE!!!
Dec 17th 2007 9:10AM Simple solution: enforce a "Lazy Tax".
I'll leave the implementation details as an exercise for the reader.
Dec 10th 2007 6:51PM I dinged 60 on my first toon (back when that meant something) about 45 seconds before leaving to go on my honeymoon. I remember it vividly: I was in EPL, just outside LHC, killing the undead mobs that patrolled nearby. Dinged, /dance'd, and then mounted up and robe back into the chapel to log (habit). Flipped the monitor off, grabbed my suitcase, and went out the door.
Geekiest moment of my life so far: driving to the terminal and realizing that I didn't think to go train my lv60 skills.
Dec 6th 2007 4:51PM Infernal: 15m duration, 30m cooldown. Give it decent melee damage (on or slightly above the early felguards), with the immolate effect for nearby mobs (say, 20 base damage/tick, scalable by lock's +dmg). Remove the "must be outdoors to summon" requirement.
Doomguard: 30m duration, 60m cooldown. Buff armor, defense, and give him a powerful AoE taunt (perhaps replace Rain of Fire with 'Demonic Shout'). Replace Dispel with a heavy threat single-target taunt, leave cripple and war stomp. Put melee damage on par with infernal, but without the scaling. Instead make his armor and HP scale with the Lock's armor (much like Dire bear with druids).
Both demons would not cancel any Demonic Sacrifice buffs active on the warlock. Also, both would never break enslavement before the initial duration was up, but after breaking the normal rules apply (enslave for 5m duration, diminishing returns).
This'd help alleviate the lack of tanks... Doomguard would theoretically be able to take on most 5-man bosses, when aided by a decent group. Hell, even make him immune to Health Funnel so you don't get people QQing about locks soloing group content. But, he's just weak enough that he's useless against heroic and raid bosses.
Just a thought. Pick it apart as I know you will.
Nov 19th 2007 8:59AM I'll be the first to say it.
Nerf Gul'dan! OMG SO OP!!!
Nov 14th 2007 8:23AM On Stormscale, Hordeside the most well-known is likely Kyt (or, Scarab Lord Kyt as you'll usually see her). One of the ancients on our server, has just about every Enchanting recipe there is, and is generally an all around kind, helpful person.
Everybody loves Kyt.
Nov 8th 2007 11:20PM As soon as I heard of this feature, I considered naming my alts in a similar manner as one of my RL friends, where each one has a common component in the name (i.e. he had "Healzya" (Priest), "Stabzya" (Rogue), "Shockzya" (Shaman), "Fearzya" (Warlock), "Critzya" (Mage), etc.) Then I decided I didn't want to spend 50 bucks changing names... besides that, I think mine are pretty clever (ex. Delaeh for my resto druid, Hailee for my frost mage, Bullett for my Tauren hunter...)
Nov 2nd 2007 9:28AM I see it's already started... bring on the cries of "OP!" and "Nerf!". Nevermind the priest that soloed Scholo, or the hunter that soloed some boss in DM (I can't remember)...