Jul 1st 2009 2:35PM Most of what's mentioned here is reactive healing, rather than the pro-active healing that is a Resto Druid's bread and butter. I'm curious to see what my fellow Trees have to say about pre-emptive Rejuv application as raid healing in a 25-player environment.
Mar 3rd 2009 11:02PM It made me laugh to see that leather gear is now either "Druid healer" or "Rogue" -- and that the Rogue stuff is heavy with haste rating. Bears don't make very good Rogues, however. We're too bulky.
Feb 19th 2009 9:14AM #9: Read the darn guild forums. This is a gigantic source of frustration for officers in more casual guilds: People who expect to raid but simply do not contribute to discussions on the forums, and are therefore unaware of what is going on.
Nov 25th 2008 6:23PM Varian does indeed feel rushed, like he was a mandated story change from on high in response to fears about Warhammer leeching players from WoW.
A King can win a kingdom -- and even keep it -- by being strong. Wrynn is certainly strong. But to keep his people safe and prosperous a King needs to be wise as well.
Nov 21st 2008 9:15AM I'm not mad at Blizzard for putting the quest in the game: I simply decided not to do it. I do wish that there was an alternate quest to kick the behind of the NPC who gave it, though. I've played both Alliance and Horde to 70+ and have discovered that neither side is completely "right", which is as it should be. As a roleplayer, the decision to do a quest or not is governed by my character's morality. I foresee quite a few that I'm going to skip -- hopefully I won't miss any major lore because of the choice.
And therein lies my real objection: By not doing a quest, I'm making a choice, but that choice isn't reflected in the game world. As far as WoW is concerned, I may have just decided to come back later, when there ought to be an option to just say no in the game.
Nov 8th 2008 1:26PM But does it work on pet Gnomes?
Nov 8th 2008 9:52AM Far worse than tracking mud into the house: Tracking felfire into the house.
Nov 4th 2008 10:29AM Varian Wrynn voted to go to war with the Horde in spite of objections from other Alliance leaders. During the Windsor scandal, we learned that Varian Wrynn does not balk at revising the history taught to new players in order to suit his political agenda.
Varian Wrynn: Wrong on the war. Wrong on education. Wrong for the Alliance. (This message was not approved by the campaign to elect Tirion Fordring.)
Nov 4th 2008 8:25AM Varian's view on International Politics seems to be "kill them all." He may be on the throne, but does he have what it takes to be King? Can he put aside his grudges in the interest of cross-faction compromise? Only WotLK will tell...