Oct 21st 2011 2:30AM Woot.. I was there.. The Wrath of the Lich.. seriously?
Dec 29th 2010 6:54PM I refuse to log on before 9pm on weekdays, unless all chores are done or I am on vacation/sick. Yes this makes it impossible for me to raid, but it also keeps my real life in check. I play 9pm till 12 midnight, except on Fridays, where I may play to wee hours in the morning. The guilds I am in and pug with are well aware I am rarely on early. I have been looking for a guild that raids starting at 9pm pst, but it seems most or all start no laterthan 8pm pst.... But I have fun anyhow. Many times I will fill-in for a Healer or DPS that needs to leave due to real life. My guild is big about that though we are a raiding guild. I actually will bug a player if he/she has someone they need to pay attention to ..like a girlfriend, boyfriend, wife, husband, child, etc... and try to force them to log off.. lol
Dec 26th 2010 3:24AM oh please
Dec 8th 2010 9:54AM Ohhh pick me pick me..please
Dec 6th 2010 8:09PM Oh pretty please
Oct 12th 2010 3:39PM Where is teh SPELL CHECK???!?!
i cant spell adn I needs me spell check
Aug 27th 2010 7:26PM As a Healer on 3 classes (Druid, Priest, Shaman), I started with Healbot for about 9 months, tried Grid for 7 months, and ended up with Vuhdo. All those that are Grid users who gave Vuhdo a try back in the day, should give it another try. It has changed quite a bit with a ton more options as it is constantly being updated. This is not just a healing addon. Threads on PlusHeal.com website are addresseed daily by IZA (Iza_Gilneas). This guy is amazing with his tentativeness to his addon, esp if you read his back story and how/why Vuhdo was started. Vuhdo on PlusHeal.com http://www.plusheal.com/viewforum.php?f=32&sid=76488d6bd3bb35ac628729f1132c56d3
I just healed ICC25 up to LK with super high latency (Averaging between 1.2k and 2.8k, with spikes of 4k, which was odd and very frustrating when I usually average below 300) on my Druid and most of my heals went through just fine. Infact I was usually at the top where I usualy am and kept my guys alive. I was surprised how quickly Vuhdo exchaged the info. I am no computer wiz, but to me this is a major plus. I do not know how Grid would have handle this.
Most of our raiding guild Healers use Vuhdo. Mine looks like RainbowBrite land, where one of our top main raiding Healers looks almost exacting like Grid.. and very dark. He leans towards the very dark hues, where I am a pocket of colorful sunshine. Our health bars flow differently. We also gather different informatin in different ways. I prefer bars, he like dots. He was a huge Grid user, while I admit I was more of a Healbot. He was the one who suggested I switch to Vuhdo. I like the versatility of Vuhdo to fit all types of needs. This is not saying Grid is bad, only testimonial that Vuhdo works for me and a variety of players that I know. Though it is out-of-the-box easy, there is a ton of configuring you can do with it. Actually, there seems to be too many options.
But Grid does have a following and should not be discounted. I think our addons should always fit our style of play, and our personality. For begining, or non-commital, Healers I recommend Healbot or Vuhdo, with great out of the box features. For our more serious raid Healers I recommend Vuhdo and Grid, with more info and customizations avaliable.
To each his/her own.
Aug 17th 2010 1:44PM I think this is a ploy to see how many ladies read WoW.com.