Aug 10th 2011 2:59PM Instead of "Burnout" how about "Smokin' Boots"? That's all that will be left of a fire mage :)
Better still, tie the damage into the amount of mana remaining in your pool on the moment of death. That would give a rogue second thoughts on ganking a mage who is sitting and drinking...
Jun 10th 2011 3:36PM Not to mention "color" rather than "colour" etc. But then don't get me started as I'm likely to go into pedant mode! :) Especially when the phrase "I could care less" is uttered on TV... It's "I couldn't care less" meaning there is no lower on the scale of caring I could go.
May 1st 2010 8:06PM I would love a deep fire talent called something like Smoking Boots: when you did your remaining mana pool detonates in a firey explosion - you deal damage equal to x times your mana
Jan 26th 2010 5:19AM The issue I have with damage meters is that they are a table - someone will always be at the top and someone will always be at the bottom. There may be a wild difference between the two sets of numbers, there could be very little. But someone will be there at #1 and someone else at #5 (or #4 assuming your healer doesn't contribute some damage at all).
I wholeheartedly agree with the sentiment that "if the mobs die, who cares?". Amen to you brother.
Dec 17th 2009 8:40AM Aaiiieeeee!! Get out of my head! I had this comment with the other half last night. Admittedly I was thinking about mailing items I no longer use to my enchanter for disenchanting ("Dust! It's low in fat!") but I can see why Blizzard wouldn't want people to group up with a character that's dripping in high i-level items who doesn't have a clue how to play their class.
Dec 11th 2009 11:59AM @danieldykes Look at it this way, if you wear jeans every day, that counts as causal wear - so playing WoW every day must equate to casual play?? :)
Dec 4th 2009 8:55AM Wherever you farm (but especially in the Boring Tundra), if you are not a skinner give a shout out on general chat to let someone else get some lovely skill-ups.
Sep 9th 2009 8:45AM Had this problem last night on EU-Steamwheedle Cartel - just couldn't log on. So I bit the bullet and migrated across to a BattleNet account and I logged into WoW first time with no issues. Now it could have been co-incidence, but I suspect that the message on the BattleNet main page was the route cause of the problem: all WoW accounts have "automatically" had a BattleNet account created for them. Blatantly not true, as I tried to access this "automatically created" account and it didn't exist, nor did the email that I was supposed to have received regarding this action.
I suspect that the normal login servers had their databases set offline while they propagated information over to BattleNet in order to create these accounts in the near future but in the process they seemed to have locked out all non-BattleNet accounts from accessing WoW. Just my two-pennies-worth.