Apr 26th 2010 1:23PM I started WOW in the mid-end of BC and I get this show perfectly...So using vanilla mechanics isn't so cut and dry
Nov 23rd 2009 10:26AM Gimmeh Kitteh! =D
Nov 1st 2009 9:08PM Here is your link buddy:
Oct 13th 2009 6:56AM GEIF me the flag! =D
Sep 29th 2009 11:36AM That Troll standing up straight in the middle actaully looks pretty cool....
Jul 30th 2009 6:03PM We do things in a similar manner Turpster. Although I normally open with a charge then circle around for a sheild breaker. I -think- it stops them being able to break or charge you because your behind them most of the time.
One interesting tip I think I've got down is to consider the cooldown of your Defense stacking spell. It puts sheild breaker and Charge on cooldown. So when your opponent adds a stack of sheild to himself, you can get out of his melee range and charge/sheild breaker him if your quick enough.
Jul 17th 2009 1:35PM @ withers
If he wasn't/isn't hands on with class balance back then, then I can 'sort of' understand if things went wrong with it. I totally agree with you that the system you described must've been hard on him and the restrains that put on him would've made it very difficult. I only started playing mid-TBC and heard alot of Kaplan hate in my first guild, just like GC can be hated alot today.
Now if he -was- able to do these things with the classes without getting fired. It'd still be a very douchey thing...but wow is a game, nothing to get angry over.
Jul 17th 2009 3:21AM Wasn't this the guy who was in charge of balancing the classes in classic and TBC? the one who forced any hybrid to have to heal to be effective end-game and make warriors supper powerful because he felt like it? Forgive if I'm wrong, exaggerating or being stupid but Why blizzard would want to keep a man employed that balanced classes for himself rather than the playerbase?