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WoW Rookie: Understanding mitigation versus stamina for tanking {WoW}

Mar 10th 2011 9:58AM "When you dodge or parry, you take no damage from an attack."

Why do people keep repeating this fallacy? If you're tasked to write about tanking mechanics, at least be aware of what changed with Cataclysm.

Until the end of WotLK, parry was an avoidance stat - that melee attack didn't hit you at all.

As of Cataclysm, parry is a mitigation stat. It causes the next two melee attacks to do only 50% damage.

The ins and outs of the Shroud Loot System {WoW}

Jun 11th 2009 5:18PM To be fair, only zero-sum DKP systems prevent you from giving points for effort.

In standard merit-based DKP, you can award points for anything, and systems that reward both time spent and progression made are very common.

Breakfast Topic: Are you using Blizzard's addon replacers? {WoW}

May 24th 2009 8:34AM The biggest benefit of the new equipment manager: sets are stored server-side instead of client-side.

For a dualboxer, this is heaven.

UPDATED: European maintenance extended till 3pm CET {WoW}

Apr 15th 2009 5:29AM The advantage of being in the EU is that when our patches take longer, it's because they realized that their original time estimates were off and have a reasonable expectation for them to complete when they say they will complete.

It's not because they're sitting in the US Blizzard War Room waiting for an Oracle job to finish yelling "work damn you! work!" while blues constantly update the forums saying "No ETA yet, sorry".

The Creamy GUI Center: Big bag blowout Part III {WoW}

Aug 3rd 2008 5:37AM SwapMagic provides the "pop-out from character screen" functionality of ItemRack for ClosetGnome.

The little quips that ClosetGnome emits when you swap outfits tells you about this, in an oblique way:

"Recently, your ClosetGnome has been going on about a device called SwapMagic. He says it would help him organize "