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The Queue: Is something wrong with the Alliance? {WoW}

Jan 26th 2012 11:11AM Hello, for as long as I've played I've been strictly DPS (hunter 85 main with a mage and enh shaman both around 70'ish) however I figured why the heck not try something different. So my Q4tQ is this, where could I go to find out the basics that is shaman healing having NEVER healed before. Don't need some big fancy end game raiding min-max theory crafting break down I figure. Just something to get me a little used to healing, say, a random normal instance or a bg. Maybe it won't be for me, but I'd like to try at the very least. What a nice cookie cutter talent spec would be better rather then randomly closing eyes and picking stuff, which heals are better suited for X and which for Y. Any addons that are needed. Thanks.

12 Days of Winter Veil Giveaway: Purple Puffer loot codes from WootLoots.com {WoW}

Dec 23rd 2011 5:02AM Oh do want, please me, I'll be good.

Win a pony from WoW.com {WoW}

Apr 15th 2010 6:43PM *Crosses Fingers* Big Money Big Money, No Whammy No Whammy..

The Queue: Now or later {WoW}

Jan 12th 2010 4:19PM One question I have is that I have a baby Druid I was going to level as feral. She already has the PVP BoA shoulders and that rocks. I use the PVP BoA because it's oh so rare that I ever instance, don't ask, I'm just not a people person. Are any of the PVP BoA weapons any good for my poor druid? The PvE BoA Repurposed Lava Dredger looks like it's tailored to druid, but like I said, I don't instance and the Argent Tourney just drags on.

World of WarCrafts: The littlest Murloc {WoW}

Nov 24th 2009 1:19AM Ahhhhh, too cute.

Guildwatch: That little extra something {WoW}

Jul 16th 2009 6:58AM As a former guild member back, CM is a great guild, nice folks, ect. Wish them well, and kudos on getting to 14th place guys. Didn't leave because of them or anything, they were always class acts, talk to them every so often, my leaving was my reasons.

~McJobby

Ask a Lore Nerd: Looking to the future {WoW}

Jul 14th 2009 3:28AM When it comes to the Black Dragonflight, one must remember that after the whole Dragon/Demon Soul issue the other Dragonflights tried to wipe them off the face of the world. So they fought back and tried to wipe out the blues (Crystalsong anyone?) and that took it's toll.

Then in WC2: BtDP, Deathwing figured it would best to throw his chips in with the Horde and booked it to Draeron with the majority of what was left of his flight and his eggs. The Blacks then figured that Blade Edge Mountians would be a nice new home to start over, sadly for them, Gruul wasn't exactly happy about this and went all slaughtered them even more.

So having escaped that bloodbath, the world was about to be rocked by all the portals, so Deathwing booked it again back to Azeroth having to leave some of his own eggs to mutate and form the Netherwing Flight.

So basically, hunted, warred with the other dragonflights, left the world, slaughtered some more, and came back. The Black Dragonflight has been reduced alot, so they are trying to remake themselves up to be the biggest and baddest flight that they can. THEN they want to kick everyone's ass.

(Personally, not supported by anything, I'm of the belief that the Infinite Dragonflight is the end result of their experiments, combining the Blacks and the Golds at the very least, making them both the "evil" dragons that the Blacks are and the time users that the Golds are, which would make Nozdormu directly related to them. Not the first time the Blacks tried to use other eggs to get ahead, Deathwing tried to get the Red's eggs in the battle of Grim Batol, the creation of the Chromatic dragonflights which used parts of every flight, and now the Nether dragon's transformation to Twilight Dragonflights.)

The Queue: Goodnight, sweet prince {WoW}

Jun 30th 2009 3:34AM So I have a question for the PTR folk. We all know that 3.2 is going to change the mount costs drastically downward. So, my question is, is the 100 Gold for the artisan level mounts (epic flying) be limited to just the Gryphon/Wyvern or also to the similar priced netherdrake, nether rays? Same question for the Nagrand faction of your choice talbuk, it it staying 70/100 or becoming 10 as per the rest of the epic ground mounts? Really doubt that the Halaa nor anything from Wrath would change (although note it's 10 Crystal Powder Samples instead of 20 to make a Research Token) but I sorta wanted that checked. Thanks, Jobby.