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Guildwatch "makes a potion out the QQ" {WoW}

Dec 9th 2009 7:02PM There's a reason that your star athletes on a football or baseball team get payed the most.

It's not enough to show up everyday. And even though someone may be bigger/faster/stronger than you (equates to having more gear in wow), if you're not putting up X amount of points, or making Y amount of tackles when the other guy is, then sorry brah, he's getting more playing time, and he's gonna get payed more.

That's just how the world works.

The Light and How to Swing It: Judgements 101 {WoW}

Apr 6th 2009 1:51PM "I won't ever judge justice. My holy paladin does so he overwrites nothing[...]"

Holy Paladins can no longer judge justice in 3.1

The Light and How to Swing It: Judgements 101 {WoW}

Apr 4th 2009 8:27PM jbodar,

My example might have have been a bit extreme. I really still think Holy should do Light, Ret should do wisdom, and Prot should do justice just out of principle, but you're right, my idea seems like it might be more of a hindrance than an actual improvement.

Perhaps an alternative solution would be to make JotP affect SP scaling, and make JotW increase the % of mana gained from JoW. Leave JotJ and JoJ alone, and just let Prot do it since it wont erase anything.

Raid Rx: Sports can help you heal better {WoW}

Apr 4th 2009 8:16PM And of course the football philosophy "Every Inch Counts"

The Light and How to Swing It: Judgements 101 {WoW}

Apr 4th 2009 4:23PM Manatank,

I'm assuming by your name that you play a pally tank. I am a little concerned that you may not know your class and spec as well as you think you do because of your comment: "[...]so if you overwrite someone else's judgment of wisdom then it really isn't an issue. "

Protection Paladins have the Judgements of the Just talent, which puts a debuff on the target, reducing its melee attack speed by 20%. This debuff is tied to the judgement and is removed if another Paladin overwrites the judgement.

So with the current set up, Prot should always be judging Justice because no one has a chance to overwrite it. Holy should be judging Wisdom because a Prot or Ret Paladin's JoL will scale better. Ret Paladins should be judging Light. This is of course if you have all three in your raid.

Tom,
I completely agree with you. Judgements of the JUST, Judgement of the WISE simply imply JoJ and JoW respectively. EnLIGHTened Judgements anyone? I think Blizz should rework JotJ to only be applicable if JoJ is up. Same with JotW, I think it should only cause replenishment if said Ret Paladins are using JoW. And I think JotP should give an increase to the SP coefficient that JoL receives.

German Social Affairs minister calls for higher rating on World of Warcraft {WoW}

Mar 19th 2009 4:52PM Allow me to quote Chris Rock:

"Everybody is wanting to know what music were the kids listening to, or what movies were they watching. Who gives a f@#% what they was watching! Whatever happened to crazy? What, you can't be crazy no more? Should we eliminate crazy from the dictionary?"

MMO-Champion's updated Tier 8 preview {WoW}

Mar 10th 2009 7:45PM Paladin pants look horrible on Human males. I'd take terri-bad robe over pants.

I'm still confused though... do you get to choose whether you want pants or robe?

[UPDATED] Patch 3.1 PTR build 9658 Paladin changes {WoW}

Mar 7th 2009 1:07PM I would make Heilig cry in a healing contest.

Insider Trader: Who keeps the shards? {WoW}

Mar 7th 2009 12:08PM Amanda Miller,

I really don't like your tone. It sounds like an enchanter wronged you once and now you're QQing about it.

"[...] If you run a dungeon without a gatherer, there is nothing that the other players get to keep because of your absence."

Wow, because we know the 4 gold you get for vendoring a Northrend blue really is a lot.


Basically I don't even know why this is an issue. I've just stopped telling people that I can DE. Second, I don't run with people who require gear from any of the dungeons. I am a holy pally, but if the gear is anything that could be used for an offset, I say "Hey, can I take that for my offset?" And nobody usually objects. Then, as soon as I'm out of group, I DE it for mats. Simple enough.

[1.Local]: The 3 Bears -- too easy, too hard or just right? {WoW}

Feb 28th 2009 5:13PM I think this is true to some degree.

DKs have a natural head start so to speak.

Don't get me wrong, high rated DKs still are very competent players. But a DK with skill level X will do better than a Warrior with skill level X if they have exactly the same gear.

With that said, let me just say that yes I am a Holy Pally, and yes I do run with an Unholy DK