Mar 16th 2009 3:34AM The Americans silence out the h and pronounce herb as 'urb', making it 'an herbalist' . Generally, if chosing between a and an, you go with speaking over writing. 'An urbalist'.
British English actually keeps the h, so there 'a herbalist' is the proper choice.
Mar 9th 2009 12:15PM I'm actually sorta relieved I'm not expected to go for Lichborne that much anymore now.
Mar 7th 2009 1:50PM "So can I have your stuff ?"
Mar 3rd 2009 6:32AM Those two other AISA are well deserved, so I'd say Blizz cut it pretty good with snatching the one they got. Grats, Blizz.
Feb 27th 2009 2:45AM *shrug* I never 'ghetto-hearthed' on purpose. Never felt the need to. The world doesn't end if I log out outside an Inn if I'm in a hurry, casual or not.
Feb 26th 2009 2:17AM The paladin changes confuse me. It sounds as if taking these talents gives you the Aura effect without the Aura? What if you take two or three? Does that mean you can toss on the Fire Resist Aura and have a healing bonus and and an interrupt resistance and a damage bonus on top? Doesn't sound right...
Feb 23rd 2009 1:59AM One of my characters is a botanist first (he can go completely nerd over any kind of cool, awesome plant) and an Alchemist as en extension of it. In his case, Alchemy is the "chemical" research on the plants and their properties. That these properties include really useful potions and elixirs is just a welcomed by-product.
Feb 22nd 2009 2:28AM Give it up. People didn't even grasp this concept on the Betas. Hell, the Wrath -Alpha- already had people bitching that they are not having 'enough fun'.
Feb 21st 2009 3:15PM I -always- let the DE'er keep the shard. Because *gaspshockhorror* that guy is also an Enchanter. Aka the guy who enchants for me. And to enchant for me he needs that shard.
Then again, I also don't PUG.