Sep 6th 2009 11:15PM You do not have to hate it for much longer since they are removing the stat completely from the game in the next expansion. I guess they are nerfing it so you dont miss it as much when it is gone for good.
Jul 29th 2009 11:25PM I have to say I think the worgen/goblin thing could be probably wrong.
Blizzard said they would seed stuff into the game as to future races
and such. And with that, one thing I have been seeing having leveled numerous alts is that blizzard has already changed quite a few pre level 60 quests to reference the Forsaken which were never in the quest lines before. I think it is possible we may say a third faction arise in a future expansion rather than a new race.
Oct 26th 2008 10:58PM Poor Ghostcrawler. He is getting his butt reamed in the Paladin forums. Deserves it too, for Blizzard cannot and have not yet backed up their nerf with any real data to prove it. There are testers posting in with data that counters Blizzards supposed balancing. The beta-testers are ooming under 2 minutes and their dps has dropped really low. So much for mana regen and being within 3% of other DPS classes. oomlolret here we come. Time to buy Warhammer.
Jul 20th 2008 12:51AM For those of us that raid. I would like to know what Blizzard is going to do to make up for the 3% (47 point) loss from Precision in the prot tree? Are they going to increase our hit stats in our armor to make up for it?
Jul 19th 2008 5:50PM I am curious if they are going to replace Precision with anything since that is a main talent most Ret Paladins select to lower their hit rating requirements. Are they going to increase the +hit on our armor to make up for the 49 points lost with the removal of that talent.
Jan 31st 2008 1:44PM To answer your question Bob. For me and my guild farming an instance is fun for about the first 2 dozen times until you start ending up sharding over 85% of the drops. Then it becomes very boring and frustrating to see an item never drop. I like the idea of a token that can be turned in for what ever item you need and not based on a slot requirement. This would speed up raid progression and make the game more fun along with having better geared characters able to run the next higher instance.
Jan 31st 2008 10:07AM I agree with Bob. They should use token drops for gear instead of random gear drops. Our guild has been discussing this as we are farming kara, gruul, and Mag and 85% of our drops are sharded. I am sure we will do the same with SSC and Eye once we are on farm mode with them too.
Dec 21st 2007 10:50AM Would love the alliance laptop