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Dec 4th 2011 12:21AM If I was single and Bashiok was on Bear411 I would so send him a message.
Jun 27th 2011 1:00AM As a non-raiding pally healer with an average gear level of 345 (all gemmed, enchanted, etc.) I've found out two things.
First, holy light is almost worthless except for topping people off. If two people are taking serious damage, say your tank and a high dps clothie, you have to spam divine light.
Second, if you have to spam divine light you may not have a lot of time to cast judgement and in that case the mana goes by fairly quickly.
I'm sure all healers have their issues, but Blizzard is expecting all party members to play well and if they don't it's almost impossible for a pally healer to keep the group alive. Pretty much the reason I only heal with my guildmates nowadays.
Glad I have a disc priest at 64 and a resto shammy at 42. My holy pally days are over.
PS - At 345 gear, I'm still finding heroics hard to heal. Other pally's having the same issue?
Sep 29th 2008 8:25PM A Buffy the Vampire Slayer level.
Nov 29th 2007 12:55PM Oldest system hooked up is Dreamcast!
Nov 23rd 2007 4:01PM Slingbox = cool
Sep 17th 2007 8:26PM XBOX 360 Fanboy is so good, you could sell access on the street for $20 a hit!
Jun 22nd 2007 10:13AM This is one of those games that is forcing me to get a PS3 although I am a happy (and red ring free)360 owner. Wipeout games are the best racing games out there.
Jun 6th 2007 11:13PM @kingofwale,
You are right. PS3 is outselling 360 in Japan. Funny thing though, Wii is outselling PS3 by a 4X or 5X factor everyweek. Here in the US, 360 is outselling PS3 by 50 to 100K units a month.
I'm still looking forward to buying a PS3 for some of their exclusives (Wipeout, Lair, Drake's Fortune, etc.) but PS3 is not a draw to me or a lot of people right now.
May 30th 2007 12:54PM There is one reason why this sort of legislation is being enacted. The games lobby/companies are not funding political campaigns.
A few years back there was lots of talk about enacting laws that would affect the silicon valley IT companies. In record time, politicians were being invited to silicon valley and donations made to the parties. Not a lot of talk recently about moderating the computer industry is there?
These politicians are slime.
May 24th 2007 9:33PM My PSP needs these headphones! Road Warrior - GO!