Jan 6th 2010 8:09AM Our tank kept getting gibbed on Festergut. It seemed way too overtuned. Our best attempt was 30%. Very frustrating to see everyone doing well but still watching the tank go down because he was getting hit for 17k a pop.
Jan 2nd 2010 9:44AM Me!
Oct 13th 2009 9:07AM Heeeello
Oct 11th 2009 8:31PM Hola brahs. Sorry if this is a double post, the other isn't showing for me.
Oct 11th 2009 8:29PM hola brahs
Sep 28th 2009 9:34AM Demon Hunter. Make a focus on their glaives. Make them attack slightly differently and focus on dealing a constant stream of small damage. Give the glaives a forward and back swing so that each glaive hits twice per swing for small amounts. It would be an interesting mechanic and differentiate them from rogues in that they don't focus to building up huge hits.
The glaives can level with you like heirlooms and have quests to upgrade them. For example, killing the last boss of x raid allows you to upgrade your glaives through a quest with an upgrade for every tier/ raid size. That way they continue to 'level' and develop with you with maybe a runeforging type of system to infuse them with the essence of a demon.
As for resources I think a combination of mana and energy would make it so that the trees could focus on heavy energy use, heavy mana use or a combination of both. They are essentially bound to a demon so the talent tree should focus on three demon types with the 41 talent of each being the metamorphosis of sorts that that particular spec would have. For example, the energy focused tree's 41 point talent could sprout multiple arms like those shiva demons and unleash a fury of very fast attacks when active. The more mana focused one would work well with warlock metamorphosis but I think something fairly similar to that could be worked without being a carbon copy (I've had this idea before TBC so I was disappointed to see Meta given to locks with WOTLK, it just doesn't fit). The more balanced one could be a more defensive CD like an ultimate voidwalker sacrifice. There's plenty of other ways it can be done but the point is that the 41 point talent should define each spec and encourage people to take it so that unlike with DK's you don't see many useful hybrid specs.
I know there needs to be a new healer so this won't happen and really TBC was the time for something like this but it's still something I've always wanted to see.
Sep 1st 2009 11:35PM EU can't do it yet though so even though it is World First it's really an unfair race. If an EU guild doesn't get it tomorrow (Assuming that servers aren't fucked) then the World First title is theirs in my opinion.
Aug 26th 2009 1:55PM Heels rather than heals though I'd assume you can do the second fine.
Aug 26th 2009 1:51PM The girl in the Draenei costume with those intense heals seems to be the mascot for this years Blizzcon and for good reason, I'd love to see her NOT blue =P