Jun 23rd 2009 3:30PM GROW THE HELL UP.
That is all.
Jun 19th 2009 9:26AM @SarahTheGnome Obligatory "That's what she said."
Jun 19th 2009 7:38AM As GC said, they think we're almost perfect. Don't fix something that ain't broken. Everytime a patch goes by and there are no changes to mages I sacrifice a warlock to the Mage Gods, cause that means one patch we didn't get nerfed.
Our future plans. Well, I'm sure they're working on making frost pve viable, but that's harder than you think. What would you do? I've heard a lot of people say "make a permanent water elemental", but wouldn't that play out a lot like warlocks then?
Besides, we all remember patch 3.1 when they said what they had in mind for the patch for mages, but a lot of that stuff never happened and we got major QQ even though they never promised anything. If I was in the dev team, I wouldn't display the future plans either.
Jun 14th 2009 7:07AM @Ametrine Because having arcane fortitude in pve is much better than having tanks that can play. Way to waste 3 pve talent points.
Jun 10th 2009 8:58AM This. Dagnabbit, give me a battlebot, not my fault I'm destined to live on the continent that get gaming stuff released last :((
Jun 9th 2009 6:34AM Completely missed that? Did you stop reading after he typed "Ulduar"?
Mr. Belt writes "Still, though it isn't as plentiful elsewhere, you can certainly find it prior to getting an Ulduar invite", and after that sentence continues with listing where you can get hit items.
May 30th 2009 6:53PM Muphry's law. Not to be confused with Murphy's law.
Muphry's Law is an adage that states that "if you write anything criticizing editing or proofreading, there will be a fault of some kind in what you have written".