Apr 19th 2008 2:29PM I'm definitely up for this ! Gogo sunday 20 !
Apr 19th 2008 3:40AM FYI the main tank isn't in SR gear, the offtanks should be...
It's a nice topic we're talking about here, but min/maxing for e.g. shield block value or trying to reach passive crush immunity isn't really usefull and will take all of your bankslots ;)
Being a loothogger myself I just got rid of my T5 set due to a lack of slots. With all the FR/FrR/NR/AR/SR gear I already have 2 full bags filled on my bank, I've got a lot of DPS gear next to that (and yes a good grouped protection warrior will hit ~80% of a fury warriors DPS, we're talking 1300-1400 DPS here in T6 content)
Using addonds like closetgnome/itemrack certainly adds a bit of diversity to our class, and I simply love it. Especially the complete retard look sometimes on DPS sets :D
Apr 19th 2008 3:17AM One simple solution for this, capture the output of your videocard hardwarewise (add another computer to the link) and let that computer handle the encoding/streaming. No framedrops, nothing ;)
Apr 7th 2008 3:14AM Welcome back from the stoneage, check wowinsider some more kk ;)
We do bring one or two holy priests for CoH, on fights like kalecgos where there is a lot of random healing needed, they're awesome, but a resto shaman is more 'utility' and effiency along the way.
Apr 5th 2008 2:24AM well I've never been this extreme into experimental builts, but there are some of my personal favourites
12/5/44 - My own personal tanking built, whenever I'm not supposed to be in SWP
11/5/45 - My current normal MT spec (http://armory.wow-europe.com/character-sheet.xml?r=Bloodscalp&n=Kooz)
21/40/0 - A roflcoptor spec, 2h fury without a weapon talent is awesome farming with bloodthirst :)
33/28/0 - Standard 2h pve built, specced for most debuffs (impr. TC/impr. demo)
35/23/3 - most versatile pvp built (imo) that I use in arena's
8/39/14 - Could be a built I'd like to go with on wotlk, just for some additional tanking posibilities in instances, but excellent grinding capabilities afterwards.
Mar 31st 2008 3:49AM As most said already, designing a ui with the 'waterdrop' method is a very good way to establish a focus point. Same goes for buttons, the ones most near to your focus point should be the most important (shield wall, last stand, nightmare seeds, +HP trinks or a macro for all)
btw, those 'put mark on target' macro's can be replaced by an addon like ezicons, or just make one button bar for it and turn it into 'invisible', since you mostly keybinded everything anyway.
I personally dislike arc-style huds, and use sound to let me 'hear' if I'm on low HP, losing aggro etc. instead of turning into tunnel vision.
Mar 28th 2008 9:17AM Thank god RoS is fixed... makes the fight a lot better ;)
Mar 28th 2008 5:14AM Parrot isn't being developed anymore, check the wowace forums for more info 'bout that.
Bloodboil was very 'interesting' to say the least, without a decent threatmeter :D
Mar 25th 2008 12:32PM Thank god you're not in the EU ;) Double wave of addon updates ;)
Mar 25th 2008 12:27PM can't wait, can't wait ! gogo Dailies, instance... Already love the patch !