Nov 17th 2010 12:51AM There's already going to be queue issues with paying customers, would be a bad move to release a trial at the same time. Pretty sure with every expansion it's been a significant period of time before trials were released.
Oct 17th 2010 11:15AM I'm really liking the look of the button placement on this. The three around the scroll wheel seem like they'd be pretty intuitive for me to use. Even the ones to the sides, if they're actually buttons. The wad of thumb buttons the naga and other wow mouse has seems like they'd be more a hassle than an aid to use.
Might think about it if it gets great reviews, my trusty G5 hasn't failed me yet :3
May 10th 2010 1:06PM I know a bunch of people who bought it only because they find the rage induced by just mounting up is too hilarious to pass up.
May 10th 2010 12:42PM It almost makes me want to get one
Mar 4th 2010 10:14PM The books are good, the writing in at least the Sunwell trilogy leaves much to be desired. Less is more honestly D:, half of what the characters say is already expressed by the art, I didn't buy the third one I personally found it that bad.
Feb 11th 2010 10:14AM These addons are why you get denied a spot in a Naxx10 pug with 4700 GS(I'm serious) for someone with higher. The server I'm on is dominated by this kind of attitude, so unless you've done the raid before AND have an adequate gear score you're not setting a foot inside.
I really wish these kinds of addons would disappear, I can see how they can be used fairly but the players who use them with good judgement are few and far between. It makes it hard for a casual player who knows their game but doesn't have the time to have every top piece of badge gear to get a leg in. I've played hardcore, lead a role in my guild and am absolutely disgusted by what these addons seem to encourage.
I just hope that person you kicked me for stands in the fire and does 2kdps.
Feb 4th 2010 10:31AM There are addons which let you fake achievements, just so you know ;D
Oct 22nd 2009 7:48AM I healed bc, leveled as balance with the intention of raiding as it but ended up tanking as a good friend of mine was a priest. I found tanking far more interesting than balance. I ended up as cat 'cause my gear was better than the other upcoming feral druid and have been there since. Compared bear play cat is 100 times more interesting to me, and having played a dk for a short time I'd sooner tank as a dk or heal again as resto than tank as a bear. It doesn't seem to have a certain something, at least for me, that makes it fun/interesting to play.
And yeah, competing with dps for gear and the feral ap change was a bit demoralising >>
Aug 14th 2009 2:53AM Point for point hit is less valuable than agi and str when it comes to feral dps, maybe even crit and haste, not 100% sure on the latter though.
When it comes down it it's really down to personal taste. If you can deal with constantly adjusting your rotation depending on misses and such power to you.
Personally, I go for the hitcap, I sit comfortably in the top 3 in my raids so squeezing out an extra possible 100 dps when I don't get a bad run of misses isn't something I'm worried about. Although, it's a lot easier when you can gear around having a draenie in your raid ;D