Jul 19th 2008 5:40PM Of all the trees Prot had to be the most disappointing...and still leaves me with the feeling of being very Bloated.
As for the arguments about Aoe tank mitgation tank etc...I d argue that Warriors are being made to handle multiple mobs way better than before.
If warriors can be improved Big time in Multiple mobs i dont see why Blizz couldnt up the mitigation for pallies.
Anyway i dont see the prot tree really addressing any of the issues from Bc. Some small steps were taken..however it may just be the case of it's more noticeable in practice than on paper.
At the moment i cant really say i am all that impressed, hopefully as things move along my mind will be changed
Jul 17th 2008 11:19AM I have known many guilds to do this, giving priority to guildies first and i cant say i have anything against it (in a raid)so long as the guild informs the person joining that this will be the case.
If the guild didnt inform the person first then they are just bringing the person in to make sure the run is happening so they can benefit themselves.
Jul 15th 2008 10:34PM I think you miss the bigger picture
No one here is contending that botting is wrong. People are saying yes Botting is wrong biut the COURT decision is a really bad thing.
The implications go further than video games for this decision.
Jul 15th 2008 8:51PM I completely agree with you.
Some people who were posting here i dont think were able to see things beyond WoW itself. I really dont think people understand how far this goes and the implications that it brings.
Great Posts Anthony
Jul 15th 2008 5:17PM Good to know some people arent blind to everything and can be insightful with the info they have access to .
Eisengel called it the right way
Jul 15th 2008 5:11PM Yes and Blizzard can go after the users for said "Damages" if they so choose to and yes you can incur a fine
Jul 15th 2008 1:38PM you are liable to be fined a substantial(sp) amount for "cheating"
Jul 15th 2008 1:36PM Now i could be looking at this the wrong way but you said
"this means that there is a legal barrier in the way of those who exploit other people's intellectual property, against their will, by using third party programs to manipulate it in ways that are contrary to the wishes of the owner."
And a virus or spyware which has been copyrighted couldnt be considered "intellectual properity? (This is of course for arguments sake) WOuld an anti virus/ anti spyware than be infringing upon said intellectual parties. I mean i could be wrong but that is what it sounds like to me
Jul 15th 2008 1:33PM Wont be jailed but can be heavily fined...and that is an issue
Jul 14th 2008 3:00PM Would the person in question be you? I am just curious how you know this
sorry for the dbl post the reply didnt work the first time