Jun 1st 2009 9:07PM I wish Blizzard would decide to add some BGs of the same mechanics but different maps, it would be nice, for example, to queue up for say "CTF" and it drops you into Queue for Warsong, and like 2 other CTF maps. A few more maps would add some great variety to BG PvP imho.
May 21st 2009 12:38PM Horde will never be the same Horde again because there are too many people playing WoW. In most of Classic, I knew almost every 60 that regularly played and raided on my server, once BGs came about I knew about 20 players who were the good PvPers. You almost never pick up the same players a few times in a row now unless you use your friends list. I think that the faction pride horde had died with the MASSIVE influx of players right around BC and into the first expansion. I don't mean just Horde side, I mean total. Most players I run into these days are BC players.
May 12th 2009 6:12PM I have used 2d10 to track life since I started playing magic, and probably will never stop doing so.
May 11th 2009 12:25PM I have gone through 2 computers since I got WoW now, my first screens I took were from a Darnassis raid iirc.
May 10th 2009 5:28PM I came to comment on just this. 30% of your health is a huge gain, especially when you use it with SW. Also, it's good to pop if you're a DPS war or offtank during a heavy raid heal situation. It can ease the load on your healers.
Apr 29th 2009 10:03PM Gotta say in response to that 2nd question. Even if you don't think you need all those mods because you're so damn pro, you're lying to yourself. All those assist mods decrease the amount of information you have to personally brake down, increasing your reaction time. You WILL see gains in performance with all those raid assist mods. I know it's nice to think that you're so good that you don't need them, I was like that at one point. But then I began to realize that it's a waste of your time to put that extra strain on yourself, you gain nothing out of it, and usually are causing an unnecessary decrease to your own personal performance. Think about it this way; you have to write a paper about a subject with which your intimately familiar with. Now, you could sit down, write this paper with no feedback or research, and get a great grade on it, let's say a B+. But what if you had a resource that would involve a small time commitment, for example, a TA could review your paper for you and help you improve it. Now you have an A and it took no extra effort. So get your damn mods and get that 4.0 in raiding!
Apr 26th 2009 12:33AM I wouldn't touch this with a stolen iPhone,horrid Framerate and terrible UI, no thanks.
Apr 10th 2009 11:51AM I ignore it, pick the mount you like riding, and go with it. I still use my kodo b/c I just like how it looks.
Mar 31st 2009 3:56PM Awesome info on the Blizz webpage (I love out of date info)
# Engineering is good for PvP and for a few items useful in raids.
Mar 31st 2009 3:45PM When I took engi it WAS practical, but that was back when you could use it to reflect spells, run flags, stun foes, drain mana, and blast them with a death ray.