Mar 20th 2009 7:10PM Honestly, I think that most of the people who think that ret pallies are OP are not well geared yet. Sure, a ret pally will make 2k dps WAY easier than say, a mage, but we scale for crap. Best in Slot ret pallies will be SIGNIFICANLY outdps'ed by most dps specs, and this problem will only get worse after Ulduar comes out.
Mar 13th 2009 5:48PM How dare you spoil Old Yeller!!!!! I was reading that!!!!!
Mar 13th 2009 12:31AM "Supermassive (Defeat Algalon the Observer while destroying 4 Black Holes within 10 seconds on Normal Difficulty.)"
They quoted a Muse song in an achievement.
Mar 6th 2009 6:04PM Heals too! Damn, your team must suck! Seriously, a dps class is #1 healing? What the hell are the healers doing? Hitting stuff with their staffs?
If that is true, I will eat my hat.
Feb 4th 2009 9:57PM @ Kassu
Your words betray you my friend. If you can do 2k DPS in quest greens (I assume, I could be wrong), you are most definitely OP. Now, the fact that a lot of people playing your class don't have the IQ of a rock makes DK's seem less OP, but that doesn't change the facts; DK's need some tuning down. Its the same with hunters, just because the majority of people who play the class are bad, doesn't mean that the good players are exempt from a nerf. Besides, if you get nerfed, you could improve the average IQ of people who play the class.
Feb 2nd 2009 8:45PM I will NEVER pass up an opportunity to use Hammer of Wrath while being knocked back.
Jan 30th 2009 1:02AM /applaud everyone for what may be the most civilized response to a post ever on WoW Insider.
I would suggest that you complete the Sons of Hodir unlock quest line, starting with "They Took Our Men!" in K3 Stormpeaks. That quest line is my personal favorite. Plus, afterwords, when i did Halls of Lightning, I got much more satisfaction after kicking that worthless S.O.B. Loken in the teeth, and I suspect you will too.
Jan 27th 2009 11:34AM What this article has reminded me of is the huge changes to instance design that have occurred over the last few years. In original WoW (like at release) the amount of content in each instance was huge. I mean BRD is like a mini city! It would take hours upon hours to clear an instance front to back, so people generally cherry picked the parts that they wanted to do.
Today, the strait number of instances is greater, but the amount of content in each is smaller. Instances are actually meant to be completed fully each run. This is both good and bad in my eyes. While it is fun to get a cool compressed story, and feel like you have really completed an instance, the feeling of exploration and immersion that the old world instances had is really lacking.
So for me, I would like to see that old world content, as intended, just so I could legitimately explore and be immersed in the world that each instance represents. Of course, the content wouldn't satisfy me for long, but it would still be great to have that experience, and then move the character to another server.
Jan 19th 2009 4:19PM @ William
I'm with you man. I mean when a bug effecting a small portion of the player base is fixed, do people complain because the fix helped other people more? No, that would be ridiculous! So why do people complain about dual specs? I understand that if effects other people more, but you still get a bonus, and why not be happy that other people get a better experience rather than being mad?
Jan 12th 2009 6:07PM You can tell that the idiots have invaded Ret; a build with Imp Ret Aura is the most popular Ret spec. That talent is so useless, its scary. Back when Ret was mediocre, no Ret pally could hope to get a raid spot with that talent, but look how popular it is now!