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Breakfast Topic: Which role is the hardest? {WoW}

May 31st 2009 9:50AM I have healed and done dps and out of all the rolls in a raid out there I think the hardest raid roll in general is melee dps. Playing my healer is a break compared to playing my melee dps character, theres so much positioning, watching out for aoe, running around, + the normal mechanics of a boss fight. If its between ranged dps and healer though healer would probably be harder.

Season 6 PVP sets are a true upgrade {WoW}

Mar 17th 2009 9:59AM I'm kinda getting the feeling from this post that you're confused on what season were in right now considering you're excited for season 7 sets when season 6 isn't even out yet.

Either way I highly doubt these are the finalized season 6 sets unless blizzard has gotten extremely lazy as most of these sets look almost identical to the season 5 sets.

Encrypted Text: Why I never understood Shadow Dance PvP {WoW}

Mar 11th 2009 4:18PM Season 3 started on November 27, 2007

HARP nerf January 8th, 2008

Hmmm 5 whole weeks of HARP in in season 3 would you look at that? Just stop talking about stuff that you don't know anything about wait... let me turn this around

Wow...did you even play s3? all? There were 2 specs throughout the season. While ShS (yes thats what the next spec was called, not simply "hemo") got more action in season 3 you cant just dismiss the fact that HARP was the better spec at the beginning of the season.

Encrypted Text: Why I never understood Shadow Dance PvP {WoW}

Mar 11th 2009 3:46PM "I don't know where your getting the idea that people played as HARP with any measure of success."

Sorry for the double post but good god this man is on a roll... Well let me explain a bit. Around season 2/3 (I really dont remember when it was nerfed maybe mid of season 3?) HARP was by far the most powerful and the most popular arena spec for a rogue. Preparation used to reset to cool down of adrenaline rush as well as all the other goodies it currently has. Long story short it was nerfed, Shadow Step got buffed, people switched over.

Encrypted Text: Why I never understood Shadow Dance PvP {WoW}

Mar 11th 2009 3:40PM "Srsly, how you can mention rogue specs in s3 and s4 without saying the word "hemo" is just freaking beyond me."

HARP stands for Hemo Adrenaline Rush Preparation and ShS stands for Shadow Step which picked up hemo as its main ability spam. Way to make yourself look like an ass and an idiot at the same time.

The Care and Feeding of Warriors: Scarce Change on the PTR {WoW}

Feb 27th 2009 7:28PM In the future, please try to avoid using the SK top 100 as a reference to how good a class does in as it is not even close to showing true class representation because it is based off of 100 players.

Will Warrior stance penalties finally go away? {WoW}

Feb 3rd 2009 4:21PM Say it with me "I wanna be like a DK!" but not everybody can... Just take a look at Bloody Vengeance ( Versus Hunger for Blood ( They are both fundamentally the same move but Bloody Vengeance from the blood tree doesn't cost anything AND you get it 28 points into the blood tree instead of 51 points in the assassination tree that hunger for blood is at. So whats my point? Death Knights do have advantages over other classes when it comes to some things but on the flip side other classes their own little advantages.

Will Warrior stance penalties finally go away? {WoW}

Feb 3rd 2009 3:38PM Switching stances is a minor trade off compared to losing the ability to heal, you cannot possibly think that a few stance trade offs is worse off than inability to heal. Also the fact that would would compare losing all your mana and losing all your rage equal is outrageous, everyone knows theyre 2 different systems. A priest is screwed once they run out of mana, lets make that trade off for warriors and they will be screwed once they run out of rage, yes?

WoW Insider interview: You Play or We Pay founders {WoW}

Jan 16th 2009 9:44AM I don't know why such a stupid service has gotten so much publicity from wow insider, its actually really disappointing

If I'm putting in an extra 5 or 6 dollars a month and my server ends up being down for most of the month or the servers are constantly full getting 10 or 15 dollars back is not really going to cushion the blow. This is basically insurance but think about it, you wouldn't insure a pair of shoes or you wouldn't insure a steak just in case it ended up going bad before you ate it would you? No. So why insure something as small as game time? You put insurance on something that would not be so easily replaceable like lets say... a car, a house, a life, things that would probably change your way of life if you lost it.

They actually try to defend themselves saying its not a scam by giving the definition of a scam. I don't know about everybody else but I'm not convinced. If you actually pay for their service you will probably lose money if your server is having a really bad month and you happen to not lose money you will get almost nothing back. I would have to say that sounds like a scam.

Breakfast Topic: Are you a Trade Chat grammar narc? {WoW}

Dec 13th 2008 8:07AM "And doesn't it take longer to type "ne1" than it does to type "anyone"?"

It may take you longer to type "ne1" than to just type out "anyone" because that's what you're use to. But think about it, If you are use to typing "ne1" you would type it faster than "anyone" simply because its shorter.