Jun 4th 2010 11:07AM Children of the Grave, by Black Sabbath
It is on the list. What it isn't, however, is enough for me to buy this one. Can't stand playing with those toy guitars anymore...
Looking forward to seeing that other guitar game (powergig, I think that's the name) in action - the first and only trailer was really, really lame, and it looks like a new definition of fail, so far. But I'd rather try a 'guitar tutorial' than another plastic guitar thing with weird and ugly characters.
Jun 3rd 2010 3:43PM Smells like... fail.
They should have looked for a better voice for the trailers - this guy sounds like some 13 y.o. geek who was bedtime fantasies of scantly clad elven women. Yikes.
Jan 7th 2010 10:32AM Boy, am I glad to be able to read this column without cursing again. This is the sort of 'loot drop' post that actually is worth reading, instead of the usual 'boss X drops Y' shit.
Only bad thing is that it makes me think of changing to MM from surv...
Thank you, Frostheim.
Jan 5th 2010 1:40PM Frostheim as wow.com hunter columnist signals the end to the dark age of hunterdom on this blog - thank god we got a good blogger and class specialist instead of the multi-alti-noobious previous writer.
Sep 21st 2009 8:14AM Just confirming that these DO share an internal cooldown with the emblem of heroism trinkets. Got one and tested it with the Mirror of Truth on - procs would happen with an interval of 45~50 seconds between them.
The Banner of Victory, however, is an entirely different matter: not only these don't share an ICD, but several sources mention both buffs stacking on a couple of ocasions. A nice way of getting 2 good entry level physical dps trinkets woulde be killing Coren a few times and then running ToC reg till the banner drops...
Sep 20th 2009 8:08PM So, the question is: do these trinkets share an internal cooldown with their emblem counterparts?
I already know that the buffs don't stack, but...
Sep 15th 2009 5:57PM ...
And hunters are nice healers, aren't they?
(both of them are wearing traditional hunter gear back from tbc - the healers are the ones in the front row)
Sep 4th 2009 8:15PM Varian serves a different function, here. His backstory resembles, on a few points, that of Thrall - only with dramatically differences. He is there to let the rest of the Alliance leaders remember what has been taken from them, and how life was before the 'horde abominations' came to their world. We can either agree or disagree with his warmonger atittude, but it has some sort of background development behind it.
Garrosh, on the other hand, is just an emo kid who has grown up to become a bully. Seriously, his father became one of the greatest heroes of the Horde by releasing his fellow orcs from the ties they held with Mannoroth, the blood rage and all that crap, and Garrosh keeps acting as if he were under the effects of demon blood.
Kargath seemed far more reasonable than him, back in SH. lol
Aug 25th 2009 10:29AM I tendo to see the Sith as something closer to DKs, while Jedi would concentrate on powers similar to those of a paladin. I still dont know how they are going to handle group dynamics on this game (is it going to be the tank-dps-healer model, or something different?), but, as they mentioned something about companions, every character could have additional layers of customization and utility, based on that (e.g., you could pack healing, CC, dps companions, idk).
Btw, I don't think I'm going to roll a Jedi right away. Planning on starting as a smuggler. (Han Solo ftw!)
Aug 22nd 2009 8:19AM Simply put, its amazing. We (alliance) get Mofo-Badass-Werewolves.
Hordies get green gnomes. lawl