Feb 11th 2010 3:24PM which is exactly why i raid as BM (when I use my hunter at all...I'm generally called on to heal). We have a hunter of every flavor in the raid, but no ret pallies. I do actually have an SV dual-spec, but usually raid as BM.
Feb 9th 2010 9:07AM Does want prz.
Jan 13th 2010 9:13AM to Robert:
I was with a druid that did that same thing
Jan 13th 2010 9:10AM My boomkin does have this talent, but I don't think I've ever used it in a 5-man...I've tanked often enough with other booms who have used it to know the inherent dangers.
Jan 13th 2010 9:08AM These and so many more are why my hunter, resto shaman and boomkin have their Perky Pug, and my tank doesn't even have "The Patient"
(yes, I know where FD and MD are and use them regularly)
Jan 8th 2010 1:55PM Agreed. 100%.
My bf and I are both into WoW, and have our own hobbies besides. I put up with his Transformers all over the house, he puts up with my dragon statues and plushes. Why? Because it's something that interests us and is part of who we are.
Sorry, but I'd have to agree that the wife is way out of line in this situation. Forcing him to give up his statue wasn't right :/
At least Thrall got a new home where he's appreciated (and wouldn't I love a statue like that here :D)
Dec 25th 2009 9:23AM does want!
Nov 14th 2009 11:40AM There are very few hair styles I really, really like, and I do often choose a race based on how good the hairstyles are. I like most of the female BElf ones...the shy is the one I use, and when I faction-swapped my BElf hunter to a Draenei hunter, her hairstyle was the one thing that remained constant between the two.
Draenei, I really like the ponytails...but loath the gnome ponytails on other races. Sorry, but Undead and BElfs with the fat ponytails make me cringe. Trolls...I tried to like. I really did. But the female hairstyles sooner or later make me delete them.
That said...the new Goblin girl styles are cute :)
Nov 12th 2009 8:08AM Warlock definitely. it's one class that I have yet to try. I may do a shaman as well, since I could use a horde-side shaman as well :)
Oct 30th 2009 6:54PM I would have to second Androste...I used to lead raids for a mostly casual guild. I don't anymore. I love raiding, I love my current RL, and I understand the difficulties she goes through weekly...
But raiders should be encouraged to read Curtisrutland's statement...raiding is as much the raiders as the leaders, and you need understanding and communication from both sides for successful raids.