Sep 24th 2009 9:36AM mine mine mine!!!!
Aug 19th 2009 6:53PM I had a troll (not the horde troll) in a raid once that felt he had equal right roll greed on an 'offset' only for the shard. Specifically, i was a prot warrior and a dps plate dropped. The punk informed me he had equal right to roll on that gear item because he was an enchanter.
I told him no thanks and that main spec > offspec > shard to which he strongly disagreed. However, the other 9 folks thought he was a complete douche so when he ninja logged from the raid - nobody really cared.
Jan 21st 2009 4:45PM My guild doesn't have kiting classes per say. However we've adopted a strategy that works pretty well.
My two tanks are paladins. During this fight, we have the OT keep the zombies on the OT in the back.
I'm a moonkin and have a feral offset. During this fight, I switch to bear form with my feral set.
I basically play an OT during this fight, thus allowing the other paladin to keep the zombies in the back.
This strategy has worked this best for us and 1 shot this guy all the time with it.
Jan 13th 2009 5:56PM You know - here's what i think.
Yes - I'm a serious casual player if you can get a grip on this idea. I have to work, but i like to play and I like a good challenge.
My guild is working through Naxx 10 and 25 and I gotta say, with exception of a few bosses in Naxx, it's pretty easy. Some BC heroics instances are actually harder than naxx 10 man.
With the millions of subscribers and huge profits blizzard makes from this MMO, IMO, there is NO EXCUSE WHY BLIZZARD CAN'T ENTERTAIN BOTH THE CASUAL GAMER AND HARDCORE ONE.
With the idea of scaling raids enviroments, why not take that idea and apply it to the hardcore guy? Spawn some more adds, have bosses do an extra thing, hit harder, more debuffs... seems like such an easy thing to do. You could tie additional loot to this concept and achievements as well.