Jan 30th 2009 4:31PM I don't know about this new mouse (the one the article is about) but so far my SteelSeries Ikari Laser has served me extremely well...
The problem with a big marketing hype is that it often ends up being a disappointment.
Jan 23rd 2009 3:27PM The RP post was basically the same thing that Blizzard has been saying with a lot more fluff.
Jan 23rd 2009 12:17PM So has simple wood been removed from the game entirely or is there still some use for it?
Jan 19th 2009 8:42AM My old guild found some of its best members through PUGs, it actually all began with a Molten Core PUG way back when that got the server first Lucifron kill.
There is no better way to evaluate a potential recruit than by playing with them in a setting where they don't even know you are recruiting. Often times people who are actively looking for a guild will put on their best behavior/game face in prearranged guild runs only to disappoint in the weeks following an invitation.
Jan 15th 2009 2:38PM Priests are pretty balanced already, I don't really see the need for any major changes to the class. The author stated himself that they dominate healing in 5 and 10 man groups and are easily viable for 25 man dungeons as well. Why change something that is already so well tuned?
Jan 15th 2009 12:26PM That's a ridiculous imbalance... 1:67... I really don't want to level up an alliance toon there!
Dec 27th 2008 3:44PM As a group leader it's best not to make any promises in regards to loot, just tell the players to negotiate the issue bilaterally or to leave the group if they are unable to find an arrangement.
In your position as tank and group leader you have a lot of leverage because DPS (especially) knows that you won't have any trouble replacing them if they make any special loot requests.
Dec 22nd 2008 12:20PM You guys take way to long to make new episodes available on iTunes, what's up with that?
Dec 12th 2008 11:48AM I can pretty much echo everything Skya said... I remember entering an AV in the evening after an MC or BWL raid only to squint at the sun rising outside my window 8 or 10 hours later in amazement after finally winning (or losing) the battleground before collapsing into bed.