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Shifting Perspectives: Why the tank Q&A sucked {WoW}

Jun 14th 2011 4:30PM Allison, great column as always. Your analysis is spot on, and most importantly is fair. Keep up the amazing work.

WoW Rookie: These darn kids today need to learn ... {WoW}

Sep 9th 2010 11:40AM @ Rossi: which 2 classes cannot dps?
@ Euripides: 100% agreed.

Tank opportunities in the late endgame {WoW}

Dec 7th 2009 3:48PM Someone hinted at the fact that a raid is not comfortable with a pug tank. From a healer's perspective, I would much rather heal a tank I am familiar with because you know how incoming damage will affect them and what CDs they will use.

Also, tank spots in raids might be hard to get, but for heroics tanks and healers are gods. When I join LFG on my dps toon I have to wait for 20-30 mins to find a spot. With my healer or tank I get a spot in 2 mins tops.

Arcane Brilliance: Patch 3.3 PTR changes for mages {WoW}

Oct 3rd 2009 2:19PM Another well written column. Your posts are always entertaining and informative. And keep bringing the mage tears. As a lock I find them particularly delicious.
Jokes aside, well done sir!
I am just happy that WoW.com has finally hired a good warlock writer as well, so the friendly banter can continue.
Keep up the good work!

Ulduar drakes not being removed anytime soon {WoW}

Jul 22nd 2009 1:48PM Anyone know the actual percentage of raiders that got their drakes from Ulduar so far versus Naxx?

It will be interesting to see if Blizzard is waiting until a specific number is reached since this reward is supposed to mirror the gladiator drakes.

The rise and fall of class popularity {WoW}

May 13th 2009 11:25AM I personally switched from a well geared warlock at 80 to a resto druid and I am loving it. The major reason for me was that the developers have a clear direction for druids and what they should do, as opposed to locks. This might sound like QQ, but the truth is that with the switch in game design philosophy pure classes are outdated. They don't fulfill enough roles.
The most played classes are hybrids - with hunters being the exception. Also, people switch to hybrids because with dual specs it is so much easier to be useful to your guild and makes it easier to pug if you so desire.