Apr 26th 2009 3:24PM It works fine. If its not reducing damsge, then you are just timing it wrong
Apr 25th 2009 7:40PM Well said regarding Holy Shock. Zach is way off base.
Apr 17th 2009 12:18AM And yet again, jealousy rears it's ugly head
Apr 13th 2009 3:19PM 'Sharing with a spouse or inter-family I have no problems with. it's even in the ToS that this is acceptable.'
No it isn't
Per Blizz ...
Apr 9th 2009 3:10PM I'd recommend doing cloth turnins for Everlook, Ratchet, Booty Bay, and Gadget. That will get you to Neutral for each. Once done, you'll need to complete Free Knot a paltry 104 times as a non-human
Apr 6th 2009 3:35PM @rosencratz I agree 101%. What you said is completely true. I think some people play WoW just so they have something to whine about. This BoA thing is a perfect example
Apr 4th 2009 3:12PM @Jon. Ummm, no. Judging is part of the Prot/Ret spell rotation, so they'll be able to keep Wisdom and Light up 100% of the time. Holy Paladins are much too busy keeping the raid alive to judge every 20 seconds, especially given the fact I posted above. Judging once a minute is sufficient to keep their haste buff up and Justice is perfect for that. There is no reason to use your method when a better one exists
Once 3.1 lands, yours makes a bit more sense. However there's still no reason to have holy judging wisdom when prot can easily keep it up 100%. The assignment should be ret=light, prot=wisdom, holy=light. I'd rather overwrite a ret's judgement once a minute, especially when they'll overwrite mine within a couple seconds. Not only is wisdom the more important judgement, the prot debutf is better than ret's.
Mar 27th 2009 6:23PM *sigh* As I've mentioned several times in the comments, i.wowinsider.com is nice, however the most glaring flaw occurs when viewing stories spread out over multiple pages. If I view page one of a story on the i.wi page, the 'page two' link ALWAYS takes me to the full blown wowinsider page.
Mar 24th 2009 4:41PM Either you are lying, or the GM doesn't know what he's talking about.