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The Queue: Lovers in a dangerous Daylight Saving Time {WoW}

Nov 6th 2011 12:32PM Will the new darkmoon faire be available instantly when 4.3 is released or will we have to wait until its scheduled time?

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Jul 11th 2011 12:23PM from how i understand it, troll priests are only priests of the light (or shadow) for gameplay purposes. lore-wise, troll priests are voodoo priests for their loa. tauren priests and paladins are similar to this, they aren't really priests or paladins, they're sunwalkers. both classes are available because some use cloth and some use plate, but they share unified beliefs and practices as sunwalkers in the lore. tauren warriors and hunters are both considered braves of their tribe that have trained in different fighting styles, but again, the class distinction is there for gameplay. since it isn't technically feasible for blizzard to make a class for each belief system and fighting style, they go for the best fit.

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All the World's a Stage: 4 stories for starting an adventuring party {WoW}

Nov 7th 2010 6:33PM "And no doubt the whole crew was bitter that they lacked a sufficient healer."

I disagree. Aragorn demonstrated healing abilities and knowledge rivaling that of the master healer of Minas Tirith. Also there was the whole matter of him keeping Frodo alive long enough to make it to Rivendell after being stabbed with a Nazgul sword. I'm pretty sure even Elrond and the healers there were impressed by that. Gandalf also probably had similar (if not better) healing prowess. All of them probably also had some rudimentary first aid knowledge. They were never lacking a healer (at least until the party separated).