Dec 14th 2011 8:03AM It's sad to see a good feature (LFR) turning into a headache.
Dec 14th 2011 7:40AM Yeah, like if mages need to think so much to put out damage...
Dec 14th 2011 7:34AM That would REALLY help everyone to be better at his class and therefore help everyone to get better random groups to play with.
"I can't hibernate dragonkin noob"
"Yes you can, read the damn tooltip for god's sake"
I saw this happening more than once. I swear.
Dec 14th 2011 7:22AM @Angus
I can't upvote you enough! Thanks, that made my day LOL
Dec 13th 2011 11:04PM That's what I think everytime I see a guide like this, specially in the cata era, when speccing/leveling is so strait-forward. Sorry, but it's hard to believe this gonna be usefull for anyone.
Dec 13th 2011 10:53PM "mages rolling on spirit cloth or warriors rolling on one-handed agility axes."
This leads me to the question: is it so hard to see those things coming? I mean, in a "community" full of jerks and bad behavior do blizzard really believed people would act honestly, specially when getting loot is 90% of the fun for the most of the players? Why didn't they plan loot rules the way it should really be (class and spec based, for god sake) before release the feature.
Looks like a complete misunderstanding of its own playerbase.
Dec 13th 2011 2:18PM Same here, crossing fingers and spamming F5 on my mailbox >.
Dec 13th 2011 1:56PM Class quests just made you feel like you had to prove you deserved to play that class. Period.
Dec 9th 2011 10:47AM I know it's off topic, but what about an article covering the brazilian realms opening fiasco?
Dec 3rd 2011 8:11AM Now I understand that warrior I saw pulling 43k dps in a 5 man dungeon...