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Shifting Perspectives: Balance history in review {WoW}

Oct 23rd 2011 5:41AM I was there in classic as well and recall being the top healer in my guild in naxx. Sure we were not main tank healers with rank 4 healing touch being our best healing spell, but we were the best raid healers around. Oh and with the tier 3 bonus, best bonus ever. Sorry Balance you forget too much.

Breakfast Topic: What was your moment of awe in WoW? {WoW}

Sep 9th 2011 8:30AM C'thun, nuff said, most insane fight ever when relivent.

Raid Rx: The healing lead's check list {WoW}

May 20th 2010 5:17PM A healer never targets, just using the word target screams bad. You should be able to be an effective healer without ever taking your target off the boss. I really find it strange when everyone nowadays are targeting, not only that but popular blog writers are actually reporting this to be the way things should be done.

Dont use healbot, don't change targets, don't do mouse over keybindings, how it should be done is one hand is on WASD and the other hand should be on your mouse and you should grab clique and then wak-a-mole. Healers don't even contemplate the 250ms delay for every target change. I have raided with you matt and this tendency to promote targeting just screams bad.

Look at it this way on press to target another press to heal. With the clique method its one click.. boom.. heal.. with my hands still on my movement keys. I suppose you could argue this is something more for druids but just the delay to execute one heal your way is noticeable.

Using the Corehound Pup to secure Guildbanks {WoW}

Dec 19th 2009 6:33PM hate to rain on the parade here but you can sign up for the iphone authenticator and get the corehound pet and then remove the authenticator from your account and delete it from the iphone and keep the pet.

Whole Corehound validity for security is blown out of the water. Try again.

Why you don't have freedom of speech in WoW {WoW}

Dec 15th 2009 9:57AM I am sorry it sucks to be wrong but try and face that without making an ass of yourself. Everyone knows what the GM's say when you try and express concerns. The people on the phone say the same thing. I am sorry you don't believe that but your lack of knowledge should not be used to punish the readers here.

Why you don't have freedom of speech in WoW {WoW}

Dec 15th 2009 9:43AM Anyone who has spoken to a GM or spoken to any blizzard employee over the phone will tell you that they forward and push any and all comments and communication to the developers to the forum as the sole form of expression to the company as a whole.

Why you don't have freedom of speech in WoW {WoW}

Dec 15th 2009 9:37AM Actually freedom of speech on private property has been tested in court as it is with private forums. It actually depends highly on what the private owner has expressed is possible on his property. It also depends highly on if the forum is the only means of expression left open and if the private owner leaves no other means of expression to the owner itself.

In this case blizzard has no open lines of communication with the public other then the forums and funnels all forms of expression to it. Thus they give up their exemption of private property.

Breakfast Topic: How many of you play on a Mac? {WoW}

Nov 21st 2009 1:37PM 26% so far. Higher then expected numbers by most people. This would be because mac gamers don't have a lot of game options so they are very loyal to blizzard.

Drama Mamas: Of scrubs and terribads {WoW}

Jul 26th 2009 6:50AM In my opinion the worst people for emotion are the people trying to avoid "drama" they are the worst of the bunch. The constant bitching about drama just gets out of hand. It dawns on you that they insult others as being drama queens early and are trying to deflect attention from the fact they are all about drama. Best way to deflect attention about yourself is to redirect. Typical magicians trick. Often these people are guild leaders and guild masters that are good at this obviously. Anyone who would spend there time leading a band of people with reality sanity issues has got to have a screw loose somewhere. Its like back in the old days when the DM was the leader of the geeks in the local dungeons and dragons group. Totally oblivious to the fact that he is a total joke being the king of a band of social rejects and people who likely have psychological problems. Lol Wow players are drama waiting to happen.

Drama Mamas: Of phone calls and slanderers {WoW}

Jul 18th 2009 2:07PM Did it ever strike any of you that wow is a game. You are guild leader of a group of people with reality issues, social issues and those of need of serious psychological help. If your not treating wow as a casual game to play 4-8 hours a week then you have allocated too much time to it, there is a real world out there. The time to spend in wow over 8 hours a week will have to be addressed later. There is always a price to pay, its called sloth. It has physical and psychological ramifications. In my opinion all wow players are drama queens and generally guild leadership are the worst, but they make it their business to hide it well and justify their bad social behavior. Wow can teach you one thing though. If you want to know how to operate in a group setting under the worst possible group dynamic conditions wow is the game to test those skills.

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