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Breakfast Topic: Which NPCs cause a double take? {WoW}

Sep 7th 2009 5:25PM Let's not forget Logan the three clawed wolvar in Dragonblight. The X-men franchise will never die :)

Breakfast Topic: Would you play a Worgen or a Goblin? {WoW}

Jul 18th 2009 12:16PM High elves would be redundant and goblins are just recycled gnomes. Worgen would def. be cool. Pandaren, theres a race I would play. Especially with the new class that comes with 'em : Drunken Master

Arcane Brilliance: Gearing your Mage for PvP {WoW}

Apr 26th 2009 2:40PM Oh, and Spellsteal is your friend. It makes you super strong and while making your opponents weaker and much easier to kill. Besides, theres nothing like running around a battlefield with a full aray of pally, priest and druid buffs that you stole from an enemy.

Arcane Brilliance: Gearing your Mage for PvP {WoW}

Apr 26th 2009 2:33PM PvPing as fire is doable, but def. not advised. It's a bit like pitting a howizter vrs. calvary: you can hit them hard from afar, but when they get up close you're pretty defenseless. It's for this reason that most mages spec arcane or frost for the increased survivability. Arcane is great for killing enemy casters due to increased magic resistance and improved counter spell while Frost is great vrs. enemy melee due to its slowing and incapacitating effects. If you're just getting in to pvp I highly recommend Arcane with points into Arcane sheilding and Incanter's absorption. Here's an example of a basice arcane pvp spec:
You'll see a few variation's of this as player's will tweak it to fit their own personal play style. For PvPing, always gear for haste especially in Arena as crit has a diminished effect on resillience maxed opponents. Hope this helps a bit :).