May 18th 2010 7:09AM interesting opinion. i would like to hear some feedback from some more 'seasoned' players. i myself aren't quite yet experienced enough, but imo some classes do benefit more from pve, to more or less extents.
melee classes for example really should use a 264 pve weapon for the added burst/pressure due mostly to abilities being affected directly by weapon damage, and high-armoured (plate-wearers) players can afford to use pve gear moreso than squishies since they usually can survive longer.
in contrast healers and frequently focused-on classes really should aim to maximise their resilience to survive and spellpower to heal and/or burn while also maintaining spell pen and hit caps. in general, pve weapons are much less important to casters than melee since they're burst isn't directly related to weapon damage.
May 4th 2010 8:27AM personally i would rather do these bg achievements than run around capping every single azeroth continent in a mindless repeatitive fashion every new event...sigh! this drake best be worth it >
Apr 13th 2010 8:08PM Has anybody brought up shadow priests yet? they require a form to dps, and they cannot heal in it.
it's a touchy subject. i dn't see why blizz can't just modify the existing form to look better and provide a bit more incentive somehow, like giving us more dispels and/or mitigation buffs available or some sort of mana burn or something. give tree form something unique and appealling.
Jan 24th 2010 10:19PM I play tank/heals druid, hunter and destro lock. Prefer tanking by far. More control over any situation, I trust myself a lot more than people around me in general. Tanks are the pivot in any group, and I can't stand when they fail and I have to suffer >
Jan 24th 2010 9:28PM Brilliant article, so very very true, every bit.
Dec 21st 2009 12:02AM Would you play a game of soccer to re-learn how to kick a ball?
Dec 20th 2009 8:53PM everybody knows how frustrating it can be. loss after loss, game after game. people that don't learn.
why isn't it safe to assume that by level 80 people know the objectives and how to accomplish them? let alone their classes? it's end game, you've had 80 levels, don't let the team suffer. articles like this condone it.
go grind some dailies, kill some mobs, it really doesn't take long to pick things back up.
Dec 20th 2009 6:31PM like it's not already hard enough to farm honor and win without nubs flocking in to learn their class.
Apr 18th 2008 12:14AM man i know exactly what you're talking about! happens all the time - for example:
nightfall on my locks seems to proc right at the end of a fight with no other mobs in sight. same thing with quick shots on my hunter
yellow items will skill-up over and over until i reach xx9. then it seems to take about 3.
juts a few...