Aug 23rd 2009 3:31PM That picture of a dwarf shaman has made me finally decided to get rid of my 71 draenei shaman that I don't play much anyways and go level a new one as a dwarf. So funny looking but deadly as hell!
Aug 22nd 2009 6:06PM Now saying that you're bandage spec isn't just a joke!
Aug 21st 2009 5:37PM I wonder how many people were running back and forth from the entrance trying to get into BlizzCon considering there were no more instance servers. Would make an awesome video IMO.
Aug 20th 2009 7:54PM @nyctef
I'm guessing the idea behind more professions to a single character is because of SWG (back when it was complex and people loved it). In SWG there were 23 professions if I remember correctly (now down to 9) and you could mix and match any way that you wanted to as long as you had enough skill points to spend. The system was hard to understand to beginners but it didn't take long to know how things worked, after all, I started playing it when I was only 13 and all the options were amazing to see.
Anyways back to the main point. The ability to specialize in many different areas (like how talents are currently) but with professions would be amazing to see with the only downside being balance issues from bonuses.
Jul 29th 2009 10:59PM Maybe Blizzard could add a system like arena where people have a rating for actively doing what they're meant to do. If anybody else has any ideas on expanding on this it'd be great to hear.
Jul 5th 2009 10:34PM If WoW becomes any less complex I have the feeling it'll go the way of SWG where you get two completely different combat "revamps" in under a year of time and in the end become something so easy you can do in your sleep... litterly.
May 29th 2009 8:06PM For the leatherworking, although they have little use there are additional bracer enchants with resist on them from multiple mobs in Icecrown.
May 27th 2009 7:18PM Noobs and Newbs are two different things. a Newb is what you're talking about, someone that is relatively new to something and doesn't know the ins and outs of it. A noob on the other hand is someone who has been around but hasn't been willing to even try to learn how to do things.
(sorry, pet peeve of mine.)
Other than that fairly nice article and helpful to those rookies.
May 14th 2009 3:27PM I'm fairly sure he meant have the hard mode in 10 man have a chance to drop a shard considering they also drop emblems of conquest if you do them hard mode.
May 14th 2009 3:25PM @ Raogrimm
The armor in 25 man Ulduar has an iLvl of 226, yes, but even on normal mode the weapons from it all have 232.
This is still strange imo with Blizzard talking about keep everything equal in iLvl for normal difficulty in a raid and then making all the weapon from hard mode in Ulduar 10 be obsolete to anything normal mode boss weapon in 25 man.