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Name one thing you'd change about your class {WoW}

Dec 9th 2008 11:08AM As a holy pally I find that I can usually level if I am in a group...but if I try to solo quests, it's pretty painful. While I understand my main job is to heal (I miss having a good AoE healing option) Iwish I had just a little more dps. Right now it's very boring to quest solo- I pretty much only have holy shock and have to sit back and wait to click it every 15 seconds.

Breakfast Topic: Doncha hate it when... {WoW}

Aug 5th 2008 10:36AM Yes to #43. That's my big peeve too. I always growl when I hear about how anyone who could heal in bgs should, because, most of the time, Alliance in my battlegroup won't step up to defend its healers. I'm talking about people standing right next to me, trying to figure out their next target while I am swatting away at three npcs in AV.

I also hate it when bg chat gets spammed with "Go to BET/LM/RH!" and I'll run over to help just to find out I am the only one, walking into a crowd of grinning Horde.

All this aggravation for only $15 a month!!


Breakfast topic: Problem paradigms {WoW}

Jul 1st 2008 12:00PM My main is a holy pally that I absolutely love playing. I really enjoy healing, especially in bgs; nothing like getting people who are down to 10% back to 100% and then watching them win that fight.

The lack of dps, though, can get to me once in a while, especially after a while bg'ing. Although I can usually survive long enough for help to arrive, it's very frustrating to feel like I am hitting my opponents with a wacky noodle toy.

For a little dps satisfaction I am leveling a hunter. It's such a relief to be able to wreak a little havoc and be really good and fast at it...

Forum post of the day: Epic Battleground Loot {WoW}

May 19th 2008 9:20PM Totally agree, Starlin. A lot of people think that labor is like it is portrayed in films and there is a lot of rushing around and arm flailing. Labor is, for a lot of parents, a long affair with several stages. Like you said, unless the contractions are really coming in, they recommend moms stay home.