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WRUP: Our patch 4.1 reactions {WoW}

Feb 26th 2011 2:29PM Not exactly excited about 4.1 As Matt Low said, I am not excited about doing rehashed ZG and ZA considering I have done them both a million times. Probably gonna work on RIFT for awhile until Blizzard can get some good content out, and can get this live balancing act over with. So I will be leveling my Cleric on RIFT for this weekend!

Upcoming healer changes {WoW}

Feb 16th 2011 6:14PM I am so glad I have taken Holy as my main spec for my priest, but as other posters have said Blizz really needs to straighten things out and not rush to put out expansions that are not fully tested. Odds are I will be switching to a Holy Paladin as soon as I can, because clearly they have been the only healing class to remain competitive and mana efficient since BC. We have come to a point where most healers are not happy for one reason or another. Which is not to say healing is too hard, because it's not, challenging yes, but not much more so than the other roles. If you are going to change mechanics so drastically expect a long testing period instead of just pushing a half baked xpac out and hot fixing your butt off.


The Classifieds: Raegwyn solos Kael'thas Sunstrider {WoW}

Nov 24th 2010 6:01PM I mean it's still pretty sweet that he did it, but the fact that is on beta, at 85, in full Tier 11 does cheapen it a bit for me. Odds are in a few months he could replicate this on live, but yeah not quite the same.

Win more maintenance day loot {WoW}

Mar 23rd 2010 8:37AM Phat lootz OMG!

Spiritual Guidance: Survivability versus DPS {WoW}

Mar 10th 2010 5:21PM @Wetwork

Sadly this is still necessary. Even in heroics, however trivial, many DPS just don't care how much stress they are putting on their healers. Even if heroics are trivial that doesn't mean I should have to spam heals on a Ret pally because he can't be bothered to monitor his aggro.

7 States Consider Lowering the Drinking Age {Asylum}

May 2nd 2008 4:46PM @ Bobbi

I understand your point, although I must disagree. It is unfair to allow military personal special drinking privlages because of their service. There are many other 18-20 year olds with stressful lives that could use a drink. We should be allowing our soldiers, or anyone else self medicate. If they want to lower the drinking age, then it should be for everyone, otherwise they should keep it at 21.