Dec 13th 2008 8:45AM I agree with number 11: It really is only hurting themselves in the long run, I've even seen news reports about kids handing in papers written in cyber shorthand. It's saddening really. But as far as using it in a game goes, as long as you know what they mean, then it shouldn't matter. Correcting everyone just makes you look like a douche.
Inscriptionator is full of win, btw.
Sep 17th 2008 1:56AM Just a note, MC doesnt *REQUIRE* attunement. The quest is still there however. Unless me getting in without it was a glitch. But anyhow, I'm rather certain that you don't need it to get in. Just a raid group.
Jul 9th 2008 3:21AM I'd rather get Int instead of a table...I never get Int QQ
Jul 9th 2008 2:52AM I find that most who ask for mage tables are the ones who have really no buffs of their own to give...hunters for example...rogues, warriors...and I tell you, as a paladin I ALWAYS give greater blessings. I go into a BG expecting to win and that means everyone should be at the top as far as buffs go. But do I ever see a commanding shout before Galv or Drek? No. And it seems that priests are pretty stingy with Fort as well. But on topic tables are appreciated but if youre playing right, imo, there is very little time to actually sit and eat/drink.
Jan 5th 2008 7:56AM I agree, it is *VERY* hard to heal in AV with 25+ bars in front of you, not to mention that they are seem to ALWAYS be jumping around. Though you can usually tell the main tank from others as they are the ones getting mercilessly pounded on, lol. I've gotten many a thanks for healing in BGs, recently in one match we 5 manned Galv with me as healer (for which I got tells of thanks and wanting me to tail them for heals). I'm a holy pally and normally top the chart for healing, even over priests and other healing classes.
I think something should be done to organize raid lists for healing, such as showing prominently only those within healing range of you. If there is an addon that does this Id appreciate a link :) (cause this would really help keep your mates alive through the tough times instead of trying to catch the bouncing bar). lol
Jan 3rd 2008 2:37PM I agree, healing is a very personal thing, you are giving life to those who place their trust in you to get them through it alive and when someone dies its tantamount to breaking that trust. Healing ease can depend on your playstyle as well. If you are having problems there was an addon mentioned on this site some time back that now I swear by, its called "Clique" just bind your heals to Shift + Click and just hit the name plates, makes things much less stressful.
Dec 27th 2007 12:02AM Unlike #26 I, being a pally, completely agree with the special mount. It doesn't have to be free, as said, but I mean WTF is the point of having to quest for a horse, and then having to run around and practically kill yourself for your epic horse only to find out that, no, youll just have to buy a flyer like everyone else? If you are going to start something you should finish it instead of apparently just cutting release time.
Also...I don't have much experience with Locks but I like em and I agree with the Soul Shard comment.
Dec 23rd 2007 11:49PM @11: I agree, Fantasy is simply romantic and sends the player (or reader for that matter) back to a simpler and more primal era in which emotions and actions were much more pure. Whereas in a genre like Sci-Fi, you are really just building on what is already known, there is no escapism in logging into what is just a "glorified present" no matter how far into the future it may be.
Not to mention the feeling of pure adrenaline which comes from the epic-ness of taking on a huge dragon with nothing more than might and magic rather than simple science.
Anyhow, thats just a bit of my opinion. Also, it saddens me to think that people are comparing most fantasy to Tolkien, while it was a good story it is not by any means the best of the fantasy genre (note: this is just my opinion =P).