Dec 15th 2008 4:11PM Yeah, rogues are solid dps. There are alot of solid dps that can rez, backupheal, or even off tank.
I have an enhancement shaman, holy/shadow priest, and a rogue. Rogues need a major damage buff
Dec 15th 2008 4:02PM *sigh* I totally disagree with you. The tip is for having the level to craft an item, being online, being available and trade, and the hassle of going to whoever/ or waiting 20 minutes or w/e for them to show up. Thus the BS DID provide a service, just not a product the customer could use, Blacksmiths' fault? Nope.
It relies massively on the shoulders of the purchaser to know what they are buying. ("buyer beware") Just because the buyer isn't satisfied with what he purchased doesn't mean the blacksmith should have to soak the loss of no tip. It is totally irrelevant, the blacksmith did exactly what he asked.
Everyone here thinks the ethical thing would be to give him the tip + gold back, however I would keep all the gold.
I think you guys are confusing ETHICS with politness. Ethicly the BS upheld his part of the bargain, to a tee.
Out of politness he maybe should have returned the gold, but that is a personal choice, so calling the BS a bad person is BS.
Dec 10th 2008 2:52PM I wish we had a pve rogue writing this column, that's hard unlike pvp for rogues.
Aug 27th 2008 6:05PM I wish I could tell you some good news. I am an enhancement shaman with BT dps numbers/gear and I get mages in 70 blues taken over me because they can sheep.
Aug 20th 2008 4:39PM I somewhat disagree. Firstly, the benefit of a auction house reference is SPEED SPEED SPEED and not nessicarily "down to the silver" accuracy. Wow armory is a slow, behemeoth of a flash machine, and there are plenty of solid references... namely thottbot, allakazam, and wowhead. However, I do see the benefit of being able to see AH prices on a server by server basis which is not possible in the current system.