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May 5th 2009 10:30AM Comment

Breakfast Topic: Six word stories about World of Warcraft {WoW}

Mar 7th 2009 11:15AM The greatest phrase ever: Rez Timer

Breakfast Topic: Who's the boss? {WoW}

Mar 6th 2009 9:54AM Um, hello?

Easily my favorite -
Frogger.

2nd favorite -
Gong boss in ZA (post nerf when it was way buggy)

Breakfast Topic: Pick a title, any title {WoW}

Mar 5th 2009 8:23AM Class-specific titles would be a great one to implement once they finally get around to doing the class quests. If they could implement those at the same time, it would be great. You complete you super-hard class quest and earn your title.

Ghostcrawler reiterates the DPS hierarchy {WoW}

Mar 4th 2009 11:36PM It is far too much of a blanket statement to say that locks are not good because you have not seen one in the top 5. Also, it is fairly irrelevant to speak of top 5, top 10. Hard dps numbers are a little better to compare across.

One of the top dps-ers in our raids is an affliction warlock. He routinely hits 5k+ dps. His all time high was the other day on Patchwerk 25 at 6.1k dps.

I feel that right there should say a thing or too about locks having the potential to do top damage.

*The group I run with is about 2 months into Naxx25, etc, and all dps fairly equivalently geared. The patchwerk attempt was a 3:07, just 7 seconds shy of the achievement, so we are also looking at competitive dps here and the lock is consistently on top.

Shifting Perspectives: Gearing your Feral (bear) Druid at 80, part 3 {WoW}

Feb 11th 2009 10:30AM The one thing you're missing from your list is the pants from heroic Gundrak (cannot remember the name for the life of me - epics off last guy). They are slightly lower on stam than some others, but the amout of agility they provide are amazing. Especially good once you start looking past just pure Stam.

Believe it or Don't: Patch 3.1 notes leaked? [Updated] {WoW}

Jan 31st 2009 5:37PM Yeah, there's no way they'd put that back as holy damage, after the issues that insued at 3.0.

Also, the other problem:

"Crusader Strike: Now Instantly causes 125% weapon damage as holy damage and increases all holy damage done to the target by 2% for 6 seconds, stacks up to 5 times."

- The crusader strike CD is 8s, which means that would never stack and I have my doubt that Blizz would overlook something as simple as that.

These people have too many errors coming from random lack of knowledge such as the kick one cited. Clearly fake. Thank you WoWinsider for turning into the lastest gossip website.

Ready Check: Guide to Naxxramas (Gluth) {WoW}

Jan 21st 2009 5:02PM The easiest way to do this is have a pally of any sort do the kiting. You just need a frost trap or tremor totem to do large circle/ovals around and dropping consecrate near where they come out. I"ve done it as ret and holy and it is not difficult at all, just takes a little bit of running. Holy is a bonus, because you can heal yourself during it.

Ghostcrawler's tips on Loken {WoW}

Dec 16th 2008 11:50AM Best strategy is if you have a DK. Anti magic bubble for the first blast, everyone will take about 4k damage, easily heal-able. Then burn him down. If your group has enough health, they can just stay in for the 2nd blast and finish him off. With adequate dps, you shouldn't really be getting more than 2-3 blasts anyway.

The Queue: Tradeskill bits and pieces {WoW}

Dec 1st 2008 12:21PM It's not really overpowered, because if you look at something like leatherworking, they get a massive spell damage or AP attachment to bracer. I think the SP one is something like 80? Whereas you can only socket whatever the highest spell damage gem is ( I have no idea what it actually is, but I can't see it being more than 18) So you could have something like 18+18+one enchant vs. the huge 80 to bracers.

Sorry if those numbers are off, I think they're reasonably close, at least for demonstration purposes.