Mar 19th 2010 4:09AM ICC 10 man rewards ilvl 251.
An average ilvl range of 250 may be possible if you're currently raiding 25 man ICC, but anything below that (excluding 10 man ICC hardmodes) and you'll be lucky to have anything above a 240 ilvl average. Especially with the lackluster trinket options for exclusively 10 man raiders.
An average ilvl of 250 is hardly mid range for the majority of players
Which brings me to ask Frost if he could please factor in 10 man raiders in his guides. I've found his information, especially concerning ArP, to be conflicting with my findings as an ArP specced 10 man MM hunter.
Mar 16th 2010 11:00PM I think the reason your original comment was down-voted, and accused of being trollish, was the fact that you didn't discuss the issues raised and went about discrediting the author of the article.
It doesn't matter how articulate you are about it, labeling the authors article as 'law student hyperbole' is just being facetious and isn't actually adding anything to the discussion.
If you disagree with what the author wrote, give examples of why you believe their opinions are misinformed.
Feb 23rd 2010 6:01PM "Deathwing... what a fitting name"
Dec 2nd 2009 7:17PM As somebody that has leveled multiple warriors I can't stress enough the importance of 'min-maxing' your gear setup for leveling.
Casters have it a little easier, but warriors (and I would imagine rogues also) have to be at peak to not die before the mob they're trying to kill, kills them.
Nov 13th 2009 7:48PM Yeah, during the first few weeks of WoW I remember spending more time on my toon in the looting animation, than doing anything else. Then again loot skating was kinda fun.
Nov 11th 2009 3:08AM Anyone that hasn't done this already is unlikely to be reading this site unfortunately.
Nov 8th 2009 6:57PM I stand corrected:
For many decades the precise taxonomic classification of the Giant Panda was under debate as both it and the distantly related Red Panda share characteristics of both bears and raccoons. However, molecular studies suggest that the Giant Panda is a true bear and part of the Ursidae family.
I guess this happened sometime after my primary school lessons on pandas yonks ago >.
Nov 8th 2009 6:36PM I see you've referred to pandas as bears several times, pandas, like koalas are 'not' bears.
Sep 12th 2009 9:55AM AU$29 is still too much to pay for an authenticator, until they drop the price for shipping i won't be using one.