Dec 17th 2008 12:46PM KVN (A) of Laughing Skull has downed Spider Wing, Plague Wing and Razuvious in 10 man Naxx. And of course 10 man Archavon.
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May 15th 2008 11:03AM While making a dramatic exit is childish and unproductive, isn't posting it publicly for the world to see immature and silly too? Even with the anonymity you're just encouraging this kind of behavior.
Apr 29th 2008 2:50PM Other than databases like wowhead and thottbot, do you have any sources of data or verification for these mounts' drop rates?
It just seems like they're based on a limited amount of data, and therefore the actual drop rates are likely to be at least slightly different than the ones posted.
Apr 11th 2008 2:44PM On Laughing Skull (US) I see female Tauren all the time. I see female dwarves about once a day. They are rarely 70.
Apr 8th 2008 3:13PM Why the gnome hate? Most people I know who don't like gnomes are rather diminutive themselves in real life... just saying...
Also you could always convince a handful of people to help you farm the tiger mount in Zul'Gurub. And there's supposedly going to be an awesome new "Scythe" epic caster staff that drops off the new boss for the revamped Midsummer event.
Mar 23rd 2008 12:38PM Maybe I'm just cursed or something, but I've spent entire arena matches, just trying to prove that my polymorph is an ineffective means of CC in arena. Be it rogue, warlock, shaman, warrior or mage, they pop out of polymorph within 1-3 seconds, and even if this was due to them using their pvp trinket, the second polymorph never sticks longer than 3-4 seconds. Between the double or triple casting times of polymorph and the short periods where they've actually stayed polymorphed (shorter than my spell info says they should) I've wasted tens of thousands of points of potential damage, and probably given the other opposing team members ample opportunity to come kill me. What is wrong with my polymorph?
Nov 13th 2007 4:27PM As someone already linked, Manna is Hebrew and literally means "What is it??" as the Hebrew people awoke in the desert to large amounts of the flaky bread covering the ground.
Oct 30th 2007 12:20PM Shouldn't that rat be a lot fatter?