Dec 14th 2007 2:56PM Alliance, alliance, alliance...GIMMME!
Dec 6th 2007 3:08PM OH MY GOD... I am SO spending some trust fund money on this.
I mean, even if I HAD a trust fund, not. Do you know how insanely uncool you'd be showing up at a LAN party with this piece of whatever it is? Geeks - as far as I've experienced - are not typically violent people (at least not outside of our pixilated universes). Showing up to game with one of these just might get your ass kicked, though.
Dec 5th 2007 1:05PM @20...
Thanks for the insight - I hate critics that are like, 'omg, u ware cloth lol? u stupeed noob lolol'
No, you're absolutely right. The real problem is that I have altitis, and I am addicted to the idea of being in the 1000+ healing club. With my plate healing gear on, I weigh in at around +800. So, I've been sacrificing more than 2000 armor for 200 healing...hrm, I may need to rethink that logic. : /
I have my heart set on the full Season 1 set though, which will make for great stats until I can get keyed for Kara...
So much game to play, so little time.
Dec 5th 2007 11:02AM Ummm...
Beating your sick dog with a stick is shameful. Wearing a cloth chestpiece with through the roof healing/spell damage specs until you pick something better up is simply a choice in a video game. =P
I am a casual player - I realize that there are awesome healing pieces out there of the plate variety, but I haven't been able to obtain them yet. Currently, I'm saving for the Season 1 stuff available for BG points, but until then I'll be in cloth when I need max healing capability.
You do have a point about the pvp though - I think I should def. save that cloth piece for main healing PVE, not for PVP. I could wear my full prot set and still have enough healing capability/MP5 for most BG situations. So, if I swap my prot chest with my cloth and leave the rest of the healing gear on, I'm sure I'll still heal fine. But now I'm just thinking out loud, hehe.
For the light!
Dec 5th 2007 9:26AM I say don't be afraid to wear superior cloth gear even at 70. My build is 41/20/0, and while I do have a great set of tanking plate, I also have some very nice healing gear that includes a cloth chest. This puts my healing at +1035, and yet my armor is >11,000 with the crusaders aura activated.
In BG's, I am a healbot, full-on, and often I'll just stand and take abuse (after my shields have already been popped) while I spam flash of light on my DPSers until I drop. Even in a cloth chest, I can take a hell of a lot of damage, and this approach has turned the tide of more than one battle, for sure. :)
Dec 5th 2007 9:08AM I am currently leveling a mage alt, and I have power-leveled enchanting and tailoring (no real reason for this -- just something fun to do). So far, my little level 14 has cost my main around 100g in crafting mats, which meant that I had to (gasp) do my dailies with my otherwise dormant 70 pally. So, no - money is definately not an issue. None of my characters are wealthy (I still don't have an epic flyer, for example), but none of them are hurting for cash, either. I am representative of the WoW middle class, lol. =D
Nov 14th 2007 12:18PM I'm surprised nobody mentioned the new mailing system - slots for seven attachments rather than just one! About time, says I. =D
Nov 13th 2007 3:06PM @ 10: Kind of rude. Some people work shifts that allow them to play at 11:00am, but not 11:00pm...Others *like my wife* are a stay-at-home parent, and naptime for the kiddo's is WoW-time for her. There's a bevy of reasons why one may be on at 11:00am on a Tuesday, and unemployment is not the sole explanation. Just my $.02.