Dec 2nd 2008 10:24PM "Rune Strike was intended to be a reactive tanking tool, not a rogue killer. We will probably chill its weapon damage and increase its threat." Yeah, this is a good move. I think this is one of those things everyone saw a mile away. Rune Strike is basically Overpower combined with Revenge and injected with steroids. That's pretty wild and not what I'd call balanced at the moment. Toning down its damage is a good move."
lol, here we go again, nerfing pve for the sake of pvp. Rune strike is a crucial component of my attack rotation, and I unlike you, will not appreciate having it nerfed for the sake of pvp.
could you be any more toolish?
Oct 24th 2008 1:50PM looks awesome. i hope blizz makes it live.
Oct 5th 2008 3:18PM "So I trust Kalgan when he says that Arenas as an eSport endeavor is a mere "cool side-effect" of the format." -Yonzon
Oct 5th 2008 3:02PM sadly and unfortunately, arena will prove to be the death of WoW. Kalgan's obsession with turning WoW into an e-sport means that PVE'er and the Casual player aka Bg'er have less and less of a say in this game. People are already beginning to look elsewhere for their MMORPG needs.
Oct 3rd 2008 5:40PM zomg a girl telling me how i should play a video game...
...that will be day.
Sep 27th 2008 8:50PM lol, and you are?
i express my distaste whether you like it or not...
Sep 27th 2008 8:33PM arena...ugh.
sick and tired of anything having to do with arena.
Sep 25th 2008 1:29PM "If you do less damage than live, you're just doing it wrong. Also, stats like crit and hit scale downwards as you level meaning you have to spend more itemization points on more of the stats for the same effect, we call this gear progression."
So we're headed back to good ole hyper-dependency on gear that we are infamous for...? /sigh
Blizz might as well have left us where we were before..im getting tired of the buff/nerf cycle that we cant seem to get out of.
Sep 25th 2008 1:16PM indeed, the new judgment mechanic is frustrating and I find the Crusader Strike to be very underwhelming now.