Nov 27th 2011 9:19AM For me, it was Ulduar. I wasn't a normal raider by any stretch, only having done Karazahn with my very casual 10-man guild a few times back in BC. I got into a PUG with this group and we were on hardmode leviathan. As an elemental shaman, it was my job to be on the "tank" blowing up turrets. The other DPS'er went down, and I solo'ed the rest of the turrets to this PUG groups amazement.
...That was my personal turning point. From then on, I wanted to be a full-time raider in 10-man content. With Cataclysm being more 10 man friendly - that's exactly what I did.
Nov 23rd 2011 9:01AM Having an Ele Shaman, I loved this story!
I actually enjoyed doing the Plants vs Zombies for the first time. It was fun, but not nearly as exciting as launching people off the cliff in AB or the flag in EoTS.
Nov 10th 2011 9:52AM GC was funny in his response to the talent Shamanism. By that talent being a literal knob that they turn when tweaking Ele Shaman performance, it becomes a mandatory talent choice when spec'ing Elemental, which is something that Blizzard has said they want to get away from.
To be fair, there should be some way of buffing/nerfing each class, and I can't imagine how difficult it is to maintain class balance. It just seems that a talent called "Shamanism" lacks imagination and flavor.
Oct 28th 2011 10:52AM My personal favorite is Bartender. It allows you to customize the way your action bars are laid out in an easy, elegant way.
Jan 4th 2011 8:14AM jimbob,
If you've been playing your priest for that long, then I have no doubt that you have the skills necessary to run Cataclysm Dungeons. As a tank, I was in your shoes just 5 days or so ago. I was getting my ass handed to me by bosses, and even occasionally wiping on trash...TRASH! The secret - iLevel 329 does not mean you are ready for heroics. I went back and did more normal instances until I felt more comfortable with the encounters, got some justice points, and upgraded a bit more of my gear.
The crucial part of my success was running with patient guildies, and a few PuG's with mostly guildies. I'm not gonna lie, you feel the pain for a few days. As you get gear however, the pain subsides and your confidence will return.
Hope this helps!
Dec 28th 2010 9:12AM The good (and bad) thing about WoW, is that it is always there (unless it is Tuesday). So I play with that premise in mind. Our guild has set raiding days that I adhere to, but when we aren't raiding I play whenever I don't have anything going on. The minute my wife wants to do something, be it watching TV or going to dinner, I hop off and spend time with her.
Dec 28th 2010 8:46AM /roll
Dec 14th 2010 8:14AM HGH is not illegal in Azeroth. The big difference is that women find it deplorable while men swing for the fences.
Dec 7th 2010 1:41PM /roll baby! GTX-460!!!