Dec 19th 2011 4:56PM This is one amazing pier of art I'd love to own.
Oct 21st 2010 11:14AM Only if you paid for the training. I'm guessing the person asking the question never trained them before, but now has the skill for free since the patch.
Jul 4th 2010 7:14PM I don't believe the author is telling anyone to RP as an omniscient (excuse me if that is poor spelling) character, but rather as someone who feels a change going on. No need to mention Deathwing or the destruction of Azeroth in order for (as an example) a shaman RPing that they feel a change/shift in the elemental blanace or a Druid who feels the planets pain. Both have the opportunity to RP it as either fallout from the fight against the Lich King or trying to find answers in these small clues. Also after years of a hunter being around his or her pet, it wouldn't be a stretch to RP a better understanding and closer bond between the two. It is one thing to use what we know is going to change and plant the seeds as hints/story lines to help the change, it is much kore unrealistic to just wake up when Cata hits and RP our charters as "this has always been what I have been like, pay no attention to the past 5 years" or "Well this is new, let's try to explain it away or forget to give a story why it happened."
Jun 8th 2010 2:16PM I would enjoy a bust of my character.
Jan 15th 2010 12:56PM @bennet: She isn't suggesting you have a level 80 run you through the instance, she is sugguesting that if you have a level 80 and want to see the dungeon at your own pace, solo it. If you ask and 80 to run you, you are expecting a quick run and do not care about the storyline. You just want to get the loot and be done with it. Soloing, while the content will be trivial, you can still take your time and enjoy it.
Dec 25th 2009 9:57AM Happy holidays.
Nov 20th 2009 12:25PM Catman is actually a real superhero owened by DC Comics, same as Batman.
Oct 29th 2009 1:29PM Very nice read, and a very interesting article. That said, I have a question for The Queue:
I have read a few articles on this site about people who play the game "differently" than others (Melee Hunters, Pacifist Priests, Shaman Tanks, etc.) but I am wondering if there is a resource of a list of some kind which lists all the things people have done "against the grain" with class/skill combinations. I think it would be quite interesting to read about all of them, and might help me on the "Two-Handed Retadin Tank" I am currently leveling for fun.
Oct 28th 2009 10:11AM I changed one of my characters from a BE Hunter to an Orc Hunter, the only reason I even picked BE at the time was because I was song RAF and all my other friends wanted to be elfs (I have no idea why). I figured I wouldn't use the guy do I didn't care. Now I want to have an 80 of very class ... and I didn't like the look of the toon.
Re-rolling would mean getting all that gear and gold all over, as well as leveling the character and the professions again. Not to mention that I four different pets already, so the fee was justified because I didn't want to waste time starting over.
Plus, I love Orcs.
Oct 27th 2009 8:40AM I would honestly like one for melee DPS, to let them know they can (and should) attack their target from behind/the side in a group encounter. Enemies can not block what they can not see.