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Scattered Shots: BlizzCon hunter info roundup {WoW}

Oct 27th 2011 9:58AM Now that we're losing our melee slot, I'll be curious to see how Blizzard handles items like fishing poles, brewfest mugs, etc. since those currently go in the melee slot.

Hopefully they have a plan for this :)

Blizzard releases customer support how-to videos {WoW}

Sep 15th 2011 9:35PM They really should've had Crabby do this.

Scattered Shots: Dreaming of awesome ammo {WoW}

Feb 25th 2010 2:13PM I'd like to see:

Whiskey Shot - Gets the target completely smashed and reduces their chance to hit.

Scattered Shots: Skill vs. gear {WoW}

Feb 4th 2010 10:27AM Another great read Frost.

Scattered Shots: It's all hunter loot in ICC, part 1 {WoW}

Jan 7th 2010 1:06PM You absolutely can have serpent sting (or any other) applied to multiple targets at the same time. What you can't do is have two sting applied to the same target at the same time.

But don't take my word for it, as this can be easily solved by logging into WoW, finding two mobs, shooting one with Serpent Sting, shooting the other with Serpent Sting, and then checking to see if Serpent Sting was removed from the first target after you applied it to the second.

Icecrown raid access progression {WoW}

Nov 18th 2009 12:53PM Translation:

(1) We don't want to do a patch 3.4 so we need to buy as much development time for Cataclysm as possible.
(2) We don't want to see Arthas defeated within the first week of patch 3.3's release.
(3) We don't want pugs going in there and taking out Arthas until he's been defeated a few times. Then we'll buff everyone to make it easier.
(4) These encounters will have similar mechanics to other fights you've seen. We don't want you to learn them too quickly.

Breakfast Topic: Blurring the boundaries between patches and expansions {WoW}

Aug 5th 2009 9:31AM Of course it's possible to release an expansion as a digital download. When TBC and Wrath opened up for beta testing we downloaded them to our computers.

Also there are other MMOs that have released their expansions digitally as well (and yes you had to pay for them). The technology and means to do this already exists and I hope it's an option for the next WoW expansion. Heck, I might be willing to pay a little more to download it and not have to go to a store or hope the delivery guy isn't late.