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Around Azeroth: We've got a world that swings {WoW}

Nov 10th 2008 11:14AM Firstly I'd agree with check your PSU as nowaday's machines are very heavy one power.

Drivers itself I've throughout the times I've been swapping cards found that sometimes the drivers you get with the card gives better compatibility right round than the official drivers. Part of the reason is that those drivers have been thoroughly tested with your specific brand of card(for compatibility not that 1% extra performance)

Countdown to Wrath Giveaway: Day 7 - BlizzCon Polar Bear Mounts {WoW}

Nov 7th 2008 4:03AM Hopefully another one closer to the title :P

New details on upcoming 3.x patches {WoW}

Oct 10th 2008 11:45AM It does make sense that the developers are ahead of the live by quite a bit. The reason for the stagered release is to control the speed that people complete the high end raids so they are playing (and paying) during the development of the bulk of the storyline and layout of the next expansion.

WoW Insider and WoW TCG Loot give away a Tabard of Flame {WoW}

Aug 26th 2008 9:32AM Nope it's not you, that looks awefully lot like the Sauron's eye...

Ask WoW Insider: Defining mains and alts {WoW}

Aug 19th 2008 4:55AM I agree here.

As Raid Leader of a small guild just starting Kara, I love to have hunters in my raid, though I rarely take hunters from outside the guild. We have one hunter in the guild that did about 2 instances while leveling (both pre lvl 30), whom innitially could not function in a 5 man instance let alone a raid.

We've gotten another hunter to mentor him into 5 mans and raids, as well as given him some suggestions as to what he can do to improve some skills while soloing (like practise trapping skills on a lower level mob). Now he's my second favourite hunter to have in a raid bar his mentor still (and prefered over some other DPS classes).

Yes his gear has improved, but his value in the raid has improved much more than his gear.
Base of the story is, there's bad hunters out there, that hasn't learnt how to function in a group adn doing an instance or Heroic with them is hell.

Back on Topic. How I'd define my main is that taken raid logistics out of account who will you first level to 80 once WotLK comes out? For me it's easy, it will be my mage. However I might end up leveling my priest as our guild might need geared healers first for raiding.

WWI '08 Panel: Mage {WoW}

Jul 29th 2008 8:31AM Hmmm, I've just been reading a bit around the comments of each class.

Look what I've found the author of the Warlock comments wrote.

I'll be honest, I can see it. Seed of Corruption is an amazingly powerful spell. There really are few PvE highs have had higher than the pure joy of chain casting SoC in order to bring down 10 orcs at once in Shattered Halls, or to obliterate Illhoof's imps. You just can't match it. At the same time, I can understand that Mages, who really do have a bit less utility than a Warlock, deserve that get a bit more damage.

The operative words are 'Mages, who really do have a bit less utility than a Warlock, deserve that get a bit more damage' this from another class. Thus it's not just mages that think they are undervalued it's that bad that other classes notice it.