Dec 25th 2011 9:02PM North America with the rain-shove bum-rug soup-badoodle.
Nov 8th 2011 10:04AM One zero one zero pony cloud poop joke speakers!
Aug 22nd 2011 2:05PM Step 1: Gain 4000 justice points and 3750 honor.
Step 2: Spend at least 2500 justice points on PvE gear so that you're no longer capped.
Step 3: Convert all of your honor into justice points at a rate of 375 to 250
(3750 becomes 2500).
Step 4: Spend the remainder of your justice points on more PvE gear.
Apr 12th 2011 10:17PM That's exactly the point. They're trying to make AoE better for specs with poor multi-target capabilities.
Take fury warriors, for example; they have precisely two abilities that hit multiple targets - Cleave, which hits a grand total of two enemies, and Whirlwind, which is an instant cast with a ten second cooldown. They're reducing that cooldown to four seconds in the patch.
The change isn't meant to make AoE-facerolling through dungeons viable; it's to make certain specs less useless during the rare situations where AoE-facerolling is not only *viable*, but really the only logical option.
Feb 20th 2011 12:14PM I don't know where in my original response I insinuated that a raid leader should be a raging bastard, nor where I suggested that everyone should ignore the raid leader's mistakes.
In fact, I do believe that I specifically stated, "they need to be able to tell THEMSELVES and the other members that they suck, why they suck, and when they suck". I also said, "they need to be the ones to make decisions, and they need to possess the CHARISMA to compellingly convince their underlings that their word is *the* word".
Note the CAPS. Please don't cherry-pick bits and pieces of what I stated to make it seem like I'm actually saying the complete opposite.
Feb 20th 2011 8:18AM No matter how a raid leader says it, they need to be able to tell themselves and the other members that they suck, why they suck, and when they suck. Raid leaders need to view situations from a neutral eye; you can *never* be a successful raid leader if you have any type of relationship with any member of the raid that would stop you from booting and replacing them.
Ultimately, raid leaders need to be dictators. They need to be the ones to make decisions, and they need to possess the charisma to compellingly convince their underlings that their word is *the* word. A democracy is not a successful raid. Any raid member who is unwilling to accept the dictator's decision is hindering the group's progress as a whole.
...unless, of course, your goal is just to have fun with your friends rather than legitimately try to kill bosses. In that case, the "raid leader" holds no power, as he is simply the first person to start the invites.
Feb 14th 2011 3:08PM /hug
Feb 8th 2011 5:14AM Stop posting stuff about RIFT, damnit. We do not want RIFT.
WE DO NOT WANT RIFT!
Jan 15th 2011 8:04PM I will proceed to berate the third poster's spelling and grammar, all while ironically making numerous obvious spelling and grammar mistakes in the process.
Jan 2nd 2011 2:35PM In response to your first question, you get the recipe by heading to Gadgetzan and doing a quest for Dirge Quickcleave.