Apr 16th 2009 11:29PM Why not encourage PuGing? PuGs are a reality of casual play, and some of the most fun I've had in-game has come from running with players I don't know...
Mar 14th 2009 2:34PM BoE greens that end up on the AH usually get sold to enchanters who are going to DE them for cash anyway. There's really no reason to equip a "of the " item. Quest rewards are too good and too easy to pick up.
I don't think you're missing anything when you don't find greens in the AH.
Mar 13th 2009 11:38AM Wait... seriously? Waiting outside the instance earning 1/2 DKP? Now I'm really glad I'm not in a "serious" raiding guild!
What's so bad about being online and ready to summon at a moments notice, but off in another zone doing dailies?
Feb 26th 2009 7:11PM I'm not sure why topping the DPS meters and having dual-specs are mutually exclusive... I mean it's not like they're giving pure DPS classes the ability to heal instances or anything.
Sounds like you've got two different issues in your head.
Feb 26th 2009 7:05PM @Dch48:
I encourage you to play around with other specs, even if they all focus in the BM tree. There is a lot of customization to be had even within one tree! For example, you could have one spec that is for max DPS in a raid (which might work pretty well for PvP als0) and one spec that maximizes your pet's survivability for soloing. With a solid pet survivability spec, you should have no problems soloing most of the old-world raid bosses like Ony.
And as far as multiple pets, give that a go also. A tenacity pet (like a bear or gorilla) is great fun for soloing (or even tanking TBC instances!) and your cat is great for raid DPS and PvP.