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Patch 4.2 PTR Firelands Impressions: Beth'tilac {WoW}

May 15th 2011 10:54AM @ blackriver - any reference to coffee with Sargeras chat logs is pure win.

Arcane Brilliance: On the 12th tier and the set bonuses thereof {WoW}

May 14th 2011 11:31PM @ myself because comment system is so fail.

Original comment was a reply to pullclik

Arcane Brilliance: On the 12th tier and the set bonuses thereof {WoW}

May 14th 2011 11:23PM This. So much this. Ive always thought of the procced arcane missiles as in a lore type/rp way. Think this - your mage is casting all these arcane raw magic blasts with just a twiddle of your magic mage fingers (ladies) and some bits of magic get stuck in between (ABx4debuff) - you then cleanse your hands for the next bit of spells by arcane missiles! We get a stacking debuff for casting a damn spell so why not for stealing that silly pallies pretty wings? Who knows where he was keeping them? A little time to clean up before a warlock trips in front of us... (purge while spellsteal debuff is up)

Firefox? Who's that? Opera says 4.7 million have downloaded version 9.5 {Download Squad}

Jun 18th 2008 10:20AM It was meant to be a joke. I understand that some people use IE and love it. I got turned on to Firefox via Linux back in the days of the lizard and haven't looked back yet. Personally I think that whatever Microsoft does with IE8 is just another drop in a bucket for their slowly dwindling market share.

Then again none of this matters because in the end its just a web browser. There are lots of them out there for different people/browsing style.

Firefox? Who's that? Opera says 4.7 million have downloaded version 9.5 {Download Squad}

Jun 17th 2008 4:08PM I don't think Microsoft is going to do anything about Internet Explorer 8. I think they gave up.

http://www.bbspot.com/News/2008/06/microsoft-abandons-internet-explorer-8.html