Nov 2nd 2010 3:11PM Every time I hear something about a new Diseaseless build, I get the feeling that there is someone out there at EJ or wherever that, for some reason, hates using diseases is bound and determined to find a way around using them. At which point I wonder . . "Dude, why not just go play a warrior?"
Nov 1st 2010 3:55PM As far as I'm concerned, 10's are just more fun. Fewer people makes for a more relaxed atmosphere, quicker wipes, less downtime to D/C's, bio breaks, etc. Plus I don't think I've ever been in a 25-man raid that didn't have at least one person that drove me into a frothing rage everytime he opened his mouth to make some ridiculously stupid/mean/pointless comment. Lately it's been our boomkin (who is by far the most negative and whiny person I've ever had the displeasure of meeting) and our DK Tank/Enhance Shaman . . . . who just won't . . . shut . . . up.
It's alot easier to avoid that and have a good time when there's only 10 of you.
Oct 28th 2010 2:21PM Screens of Ghostcrawler have been posted over in the wow-petopia forums.
Oct 28th 2010 2:17PM The Jormungars hanging out by the Dens of Dying in Borean Tundra are far cooler, IMO, and if you're just getting into Northrend, will be closer to your level upon taming.
I picked up my Jormungar at level 70 and I absolutely love her. I'll hold on to her until I get the Ghost one in Storm Peaks or Arcturis decides he wants to say Hi.
Oct 28th 2010 10:28AM For all the hunters out there wondering, the molten turtle in the picture is a Rare Elite named Terrorpene. Yes, he is tameable.
Oct 27th 2010 5:54PM I tried to /facepalm this for being ridiculous and stupid . . . But then I remembered how hard I laughed the first time I saw the male Blood Elf dance.
/sits quietly in the corner
Oct 26th 2010 11:46PM So I'm sitting here on the couch thinking "ya know, I want to watch Gladiator". But hey, the DVD is in my sons room and he's sleeping so that's out. So I decide instead to check in on my favorite WoW blog and what do I find?
. . . You're such a tease.
Oct 26th 2010 4:18PM @ Shats - The difference is in the content you'll be running while gearing up. The Wrath model combined with Wrath heroics meant that you could literally faceroll your way into ICC level gear with little-to-no real preparation or training for things like raid awareness and fight mechanics. Even at launch there were very few fights that required any sort of thought. Cataclysm heroics are an entirely different deal. You need to DPS while moving, think on your feet, react quickly, manage interrupts and CC's, kite, etc. From what I've seen, for example, the first boss of H-SFK looks to be harder than any boss in all of Wrath 5-man content.
The bottom line is that while Wrath heroics did a good job at -gearing- people for raid content, they did a terrible job at truly -preparing and training- people for raids.
Oct 25th 2010 3:53PM Deathwing's Chinderwear is an overly-elaborate and underperforming imitation of a proper Warrior beard such as Rossi's. It's kinda like the Star Wars prequels vs. the Original Trilogy.