Dec 1st 2008 8:08PM Marking mobs makes things so much easier. I personally use a mod to make this a faster easier (personal preference obviously) I had used lucky charms until I found Baud Mark, http://wow.curse.com/downloads/wow-addons/details/baud-mark.aspx. You just bind a key and then when you hold it and click a mob a menu comes up with the raid marks. Very fast marking.
And ditto on /readycheck. I'm a tank so I say when we go but I like to /readycheck to make sure my healer (especially) and my DPS are ready to jump in with me.
Nov 11th 2008 8:44AM I;d be game for it
Oct 23rd 2008 11:06AM I can't comment on the validity of this screenshot but I watched two Taurens get this size in Orgrimmar this weekend. One was on a rickity brook (so in the same pose as this picture) and one was on a Frost Wolf. They both had taken the Hallows end candy, had two grow buffs (not sure from what) and the Wintersfall Elixir.
Oct 14th 2008 8:34AM This version of Dominos has been working for me on the PTR consistently but it will not work on pre-3.0 WoW. So when the servers come back up you should be in business.
Sep 29th 2008 11:52AM For The Horde!
Sep 23rd 2008 9:41AM "The director was less concerned with the lack of makeup needed for his extras than he was with the need to find a cateror who was able to supply enough brains to get through the shoot"
Sep 12th 2008 9:17AM I've already recruited two friends. And one of my guildies is bringing in another mutual friend through RAF. The arguments about people not knowing how to play their role because of the rapid progression are BS. For one there are already plenty of players who hit 70 without knowing their roles because they spent most of their time playing solo rather than grouping up. And several players before RAF levelled up to 70 in one tree and then re-specced to another for the end game content.
Aug 18th 2008 3:06PM Another vote in favor
Aug 5th 2008 8:35AM ...when you're on your PvP and have to listen to people whinnig about getting killed by players from the other faction.