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Sep 9th 2010 10:14AM I would join with Illidan and Kael'thas in a heartbeat. They're both just tragic figures, who for a large part are just a victim of circumstances (combined with some questionable choices). Really, I'd simply join them just because both of them could use a voice of reason to go "Illidan/Kael'thas, are you sure it's wise to..."
Sep 6th 2010 4:57AM @RoseClown
All the females of Alliance races are sexpots? I mean, the Night Elves and Dranei definitely fit that category, and the humans do too despite sometimes "challenged" faces and their stick-like postures.
But Dwarves and Gnomes? Sexpots? Don't get me wrong, they're easily my favourite to play of all the Alliance females, but sexpots? Uh... xD
Sep 6th 2010 3:05AM I feel like the non-Priest in the article, even though my main is a Priest. Holy, that is, but you'd expect me to at least be somewhat educated about Disc Priests (I'm not). A PvP geared Disc Priest of mine asked me for some advice last week because he wanted to get into PvE and had never played PvE Disc before.
I was... well, I had no idea what to tell him. I thought intellect was a good stat to give him a massive manapool, but I didn't know for sure. I could see the benefits of haste and crit, but again I didn't know for sure. Now it's apparently Spellpower? But he also wants to run a lot of 5-man heroics most of the time, where just bubbling might not cut it...
...my head hurts.
Then again, my stats for my Holy Priest are a mess too. There's a mix of haste and crit on my gear, and a mix of spellpower, spellpower/spirit, spellpower/haste and straight up haste gems on my gear. I wish I had this one magical stat that helped me benefit from my crit dependent talents while still lowering my global cooldown (for renew) and the cast time of my prayer of healing.
Sep 1st 2010 3:47AM For the 45 seconds that the tree forms will last, anyway, Wild Colors. D:
Aug 30th 2010 2:34AM SHOCKINGLY, you can even have JUST Priests as your healers and do very well (in a 10-man, at least). Last week I ran ICC10 with my guild and there wasn't a Paladin, Druid or Shaman to be seen. It came down to a Discipline Priest and a Holy Priest (me) to take care of the healing.
With our combination of shielding and healing, we cut right through everything in our path like it was nothing. We Stormed The Citadel, we put down Putricide and his creations, and even the Blood Queen and her council couldn't stand in our way...
...and then we ran into the big green wall known as "Valithria". With two Priests and no other person who could step up as our third healer, we just couldn't heal her to full before the adds overwhelmed the raid. We actually got close (when the other Priest switched to Holy as well), but in the end it just wasn't enough.
I am not fond of this dragon.
Aug 27th 2010 10:36AM Way to forget including WHY I prefer casters... I just like having a good view of what's going on around me, and I guess I just like bright shiny spells. Even in single-player RPGs (including JRPGs where you're usually thrust into the role of dashing male melee combat expert) I generally switch my controlled character to whatever caster's in the party.
My first characters were a Mage and a Druid, both played as casters at level 60 back then.
Aug 27th 2010 10:32AM For me it's (in order from main to least used):
I'm obviously drawn toward casters. I have a warlock at level 80 too that I never touch, making Hunters the only ranged class I don't play. I'm male and I'm gay, make of that what you wish.
Aug 19th 2010 2:43AM It's simple, just let them kill an animal, THEN tame it!
Aug 17th 2010 2:13AM @Byron:
Don't forget about timing your heals in coordination with the other healers, and taking breaks from healing while others filled out for you! Of course with the 5-second rule going the way of the Dodo that won't be a concern anymore, but blessed be the memories of just watching other people fight a boss because you had to regen mana!
(Don't even get me started on Druids being forced to spec Restoration just so they could innervate the Priests. ¬_¬)
Aug 14th 2010 9:28AM He probably tried to DE his old gear, but got the "Item cannot be disenchanted" message, so they're rotting in his bank now because he can't be bothered to destroy them all and have to type "DELETE" every time.