Sep 14th 2011 4:35PM Every time I pick up a quest from Halford Wyrmbane, I stop and read that quote again. It gives me chills every time. These guys have been everywhere, seen it all, fought and defeated everything that was sent against them. They willingly sacrificed themselves fighting terrible foes for nothing more than love of their people. They threw themselves against the Burning Legion, the Scourge, the Silithid, everything, knowing that by doing so they were protecting their people, and in knowing that, they found the will to never falter.
Sep 7th 2011 5:16PM That quote there always gave me goosebumps whenever I read it.
May 29th 2011 1:13PM @Arrohon
If you are trying to get to the 27% white hit cap for fury, you are doing it wrong. Plain and simple.
That doesn't mean that hit past the 8% special cap doesn't benefit fury, because it does, but you do -not- need 27% hit.
Secondary stat priority for TG fury is like this:
HIt/expertise to cap > crit > mastery > hit past cap > haste
Don't remember SMF's, but it is similar.
Get your hit to the 8% special cap, then cap expertise, then pile on crit like there's no tomorrow. Obviously strength is the best of them all, and you want to be gemming strength (unless the socket bonus warrants it, then you'll gem str/crit in yellow or str/hit in blue), but as far as secondary stats go, once you get to 8% hit, don't go out of your way to get more. If you do get more, that's all well and good, because it certainly doesn't hurt you, but don't gem or reforge to it past the cap.
Apr 1st 2011 9:11AM I like to think of myself as the friendly tank altoholic. I main tank for my guild and have multiple tank alts. Warrior (my main), druid, paladin, and I'm currently leveling a DK alt as well.
I will tank almost anything you ask me to (except for Sindragosa achievements, and even then I'll tank that if you pay me cookies).
Mar 22nd 2011 11:23AM Firefly
Mar 13th 2011 1:57PM You are the first person I've ever heard who actually likes the Sindy voice acting.
I never could stand it...
"Tremble, mortals, as your pathetic magic betraaaaays you!"
And hearing that over and over. And over. As we beat our heads against her on heroic 25 because people failed at LoS.
Jan 24th 2011 11:32AM Definitely Bane of the Fallen King.
My 10 man group got it on the Thursday before Cataclysm released. We had worked for weeks on it, pulling late nights after guild 25 mans and extra time on weekends to get him down before the achievement became meaningless with Cataclysm's release.
Maybe to some people who got it earlier in the year it doesn't mean as much, but to me, it was definitely my highest moment in Wrath.
Jan 12th 2011 9:51PM My favorite form of CC ever invented.
It's amazing in heroic deadmines, on those nasty pulls right before the ship room. MC one of them, and not only does it make all the shadowguards drop their camoflauge (making them CC'able) but it eliminates one of the mobs from the pull because its buddies just killed it.
Not only is it amazingly powerful in the hands of someone who knows how to use it, it's absolutely hilarious to stand around and watch a mob get the crap beat out of them by their allies.
Jan 9th 2011 9:10AM I level as the spec I intend to play the character at at max level.
My warlock I leveled as destruction. I had tried demo and it was just boring, so I switched to destro and had a blast. I never even tried affliction until I got a dual spec, and destro will always be my favorite warlock spec.
My warrior I leveled as prot, I like to tank, and the main reason to level that character was to learn a new tanking style (my main is a prot paladin). Same with my druid, who I leveled feral. My shaman is enhancement, because I've always liked the idea of enhance, that one I got lucky on because enhance is far and away the best leveling spec for shamans, imo.
My priest...shadow. I'm not a big healing fan (although I've gotten into some pvp disc healing lately while leveling in bgs) and the shadow priest feels like the affliction warlock should have been. And besides...shadowform is just plain...cool.
I tend to pick a character's main spec at level 10 and stick with that all the way to max level. I may dual spec to try something else out for a while, but I generally stick with what I chose.
Jan 3rd 2011 1:48AM I like shirts!