Apr 29th 2008 9:28AM I played Eve-online prior to WoW, and Guild Wars for several years prior to that, so the cartoony graphics were a bit jarring at first. I also couldn't get used to the idea that you couldn't customize your armor (I kept trying to use dyes you buy at the tailoring supplier on my armor pieces).
But I remember the first time I walked into Ironforge and through holy cr*p, this place is huge! Also, the first time I took a griffon flight it was awesome -- I kept taking screenshots...
Apr 22nd 2008 9:23AM I still love my holy priest for raids, but the sad fact is that I spend more time doing dailies than raiding, and I hate doing them in holy spec.
I guess it boils down to what your definition of a "main" is. If it's the char you play the most, I probably will switch my main to my rogue once he hits 70 -- he's a lot of fun and much easier to solo with. However, I'll always enjoy playing my priest just because I love healing.
Apr 18th 2008 3:28PM I'd like to re-examine your comment about comments about comments...
Feb 15th 2008 10:12AM The big thing that bothers me about this is that you have to use your wow password to log into the O-forums. This means if I want to post something from my parents house or an Internet Cafe or something, I'm having to hang my password out there on an unknown system.
They should provide a way to link a forum password to your account so you only have to type in your "real" password when you first create your forum id.
Feb 13th 2008 9:45AM So you use tab to target and then mash a button? Sounds slower to me. I use mouse buttons to target and cast if I'm healing. If I'm offensive, I target with the mouse and then use keybindings for my abilities.
All these people speaking in absolutes kill me. IMO, a hybrid approach is best: the mouse for turning and targeting, keys for firing off abilities and stopping/starting.
Dec 18th 2007 4:13PM I played a necromancer back when I played Guild Wars and it was a blast raising huge undead armies. And yes, it was very OP until they nerfed it so you could get a max of 10 minions at once. =(
Dec 13th 2007 4:46PM @John - lefties weren't the soldiers in formation, they were the special forces operating alone behind the lines (i.e., the rogues).
And even so, lefties were great for certain group activities such as storming towers. Tower stairs always spiraled up anti-clockwise to make it easier for the defenders to swing their swords and harder for the attackers to get a good backswing. Having lefties perform that assault foiled that strategy.