Oct 4th 2011 6:58PM resto druid pve suffers more than other healers because resto druid pvp is often so dominant. All the things we don't have in PvE are absent largely so that PvP druids don't become more overpowered than they already are. Yet another reason to separate PvP and PvE into separate talent trees.
Mar 9th 2011 9:25AM Druid flight form is awesome, but being able to gather herbs while remaining in flight form is THE best ability ever. When I had to give up herbalism on my main (resto druid), I went and lvled another druid just for this ability.
Mar 9th 2011 12:45AM Will there be epic gems in 4.1, or have they been pushed to 4.2 along with Firelands?
Jan 14th 2011 7:27PM "Amazingly amazing" is, of course, from The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. I believe Zaphod said it, right?
Jan 11th 2011 12:41PM The Shaman Ghost Wolf spell used to be outdoor-only like the Druid travel form. Now Ghost Wolf can be used indoors while the travel form can't. Why was one given the indoor buff while the other wasn't?
Dec 30th 2010 12:27PM You left off the greatest episode in the history of the universe--South Park's "Are You There, God? It's Me, Jesus" which is not only about New Year's Eve in 2000 (and, among other things, God, Las Vegas, Rod Stewart, menstruation, and anal bleeding) but was broadcast on New Year's Eve 2000.
Dec 15th 2010 1:55PM Right now, a lot of the Twilight Jasmine herbs are located in the phased areas of Twilight Highlands. As a result, once your character completes the quests in those areas, the herbs effectively disappear. That seems silly. Why punish players for completing the quests? If anything, the herb nodes shouldn't show up until AFTER you've completed the quests.
Dec 12th 2010 1:20PM How much spellpower/spirit/intellect should a resto druid (or any healer) have before attempting heroics at 85?
Nov 23rd 2010 12:07AM Let the children run wild and free, for as the saying goes, "Let the children run wild and free."
Nov 17th 2010 1:26PM Things are picking up--now US viewers get to see the Christmas special on Christmas, as opposed to New Years (last year) or in Spring (previous years).