Jul 15th 2009 10:55AM Thanks for the info , confirmed my suspicions
Jul 15th 2009 9:57AM I was wondering if the servers are only down for those with battlenet merged accounts? I know my realm is open (my guildies are on vent) but it refuses to show as online to me.
Apr 21st 2009 8:29AM I duel spec as Holy/Ret.
It worked well the other night in Ulduar when we were having trouble beating the enrage timer on a boss. We were a bit healer/tank heavy so myself and a tank switched to our DPS specs.
It worked out nicely as we both had plenty of off spec gear and knew how to play our DPS spec. It allows raid composition to have a bit more flexibility between encounters.
Apr 15th 2009 7:37AM I hope and pray , that it's my day!
Apr 8th 2009 1:19AM You have "DK" in your name.
Your point is moot.
Mar 3rd 2009 11:23PM Great Article.
Feb 18th 2009 11:00PM Blessing of Kings no longer a 5 talent at tier 1 of the prot tree come 3.1.
I welcome Spirtual Attunement to the prot tree. Probably Tier 2 meaning a Holy Paladin would have to drop alot of useless points just to reach it , either in strength or another stack.
Meaning Ret paladins can reach it easially taking it rather than kings , and Prot can reach it easially too.
I can't see this being a problem , and suddenly all that MP5 I have been shunning might seem a bit more usefull.
Feb 3rd 2009 10:18PM I raid as a Holy Paladin and quite often sit at 20-40% overheal but on some fights / raid composition it can't be helped.
Jol produces massive overheal
Beacon of light can produce massive overheal
Glyph of Holy Light can produce massive overheal , especially in a raid with lots of melee
Sacred Shield means that Flash of Light crits a hell of a lot often turning our smallest heal into a 6-7k heal
Put these elements into a fight like patchwerk with alot of melee DPS and its not hard to hit 7kHPS+ with 60-70% overheal but without me going OOM at any stage.
Jan 29th 2009 9:51AM Someone suggested leaving the drake (vehicle button) would get me out rather than flying to the portal.
Safe to say , it didn't end well.