May 8th 2009 4:14PM **** with the caveat that they are not attainable any longer else everyone would go get them.
May 8th 2009 4:13PM i think scaled legendary items would be cool. just make them only scale only one expansion forward... so the BC legendary swords would still be good in wrath, and the wrath hammer would be good through emerald dream (or whatever it's called).
legendary with an expiry date.
Feb 27th 2009 10:06AM "content liek Ulduar"
WTB spell checker
Feb 13th 2009 9:14AM i'm not getting paid to watch my ps and qs lol...
the writers of these articles are getting some sort of remuneration for their efforts, and as such should take more care in their use of the language of publication.
gtf over myself hehe... i was never under myself.
Feb 13th 2009 8:46AM in person, i have been able to stop myself from correcting people.
in published articles, i have no problem pointing out mistakes. i would expect the same of others regarding my professional work.
Feb 13th 2009 8:30AM i never vendored my +100 grammar trinket. it seems the wowinsider team should have held on to it as well. they seem to have their spelling trinket equipped lately tho
Jan 25th 2009 10:21PM i have to agree. i was asked to respec holy from disc for naxx25 the other night and was not casting GH at all. with so many other healers by the time GH is finished casting, the tank is back to full HP, so it's better to throw a FH in there and help out some.
discipline (even with its stacking issues, bugs, low standing on heal meters, and group healing limitations) is a much more satisfying spec for me. i may not show up with big heals but i keep my assignments alive. i find holy healing clunky, monotonous, and lack-lustre.
i am crossing my fingers that blizz will do some good for the class in general in 3.1. but i would LOVE to see the disc issues dealt with, and holy given a new play style. i am going to stay discipline for the forseeable future, even with its issues.
Jan 20th 2009 8:18AM internet meme. as silly as it is, get used to it.
Jan 15th 2009 9:25AM bad idea