May 19th 2011 11:23AM I think if they implemented it properly ala DC universe, you would not be able to look like you are wearing gear that you have not already attained. they could take it a step further and make it so that you could not look like you were wearing gear not available to your class, like mages could not style themselves to wear plate or shields. They could take that a step further and have a mouse over average worn item level so you don't have to inspect someone to see their average score. I know I can't tell what your ilvl is from looking, but if you can, then there is a solution to how Blizzard could handle the implementation so that you were not hurt by the style choices.
Mar 19th 2011 10:58AM Comment!!!!
Mar 17th 2011 11:13PM It would be awesome if this extended to level 80+ regular dungeons as well. I am currently leveling another toon through the 80+ content and would love to run more dungeons, but the lower ones, besides gear, just aren't worth it really. I would like th be able to gain a bit of a stockpile of JP for hen I hit 85, by that point someone should know how to play their character, especially if they have done it through dungeons.
Mar 7th 2011 11:24AM Because you can fly from those zones to a major city (Twilight Highlands to Undercity or Stormwind and Uldum to Orgrimmar or Darnassus). Is it convenient? Not at all.
Mar 6th 2011 7:31PM Question:
What, if anything, will you guys be doing at PAX East? I made the mistake and waited too long to order a ticket and am only able to go Friday, was just wondering if any of the WoW.com team would be poking around that day.
Mar 4th 2011 11:38PM Your totems are missing?!?!? This means that this could all be a dream that someone else is controlling and you no longer have a way to test it! Leonardo DiCaprio would be ashamed of you right now!
Mar 1st 2011 7:46PM I fully agree with the original poster. First off, I have nothing against a class outside of the healing classes having a B-rez, Warlocks have had one fore years and it makes sense. DK's having one just doesn't work lore wise for me at all. They are masters of DEATH magic, not life magic, resurrection is something that shouldn't be able to be done by those that are the exact opposite of the light or nature. The way the spell existed before was actually pretty cool, they should have expanded on that, made it a temporary battle rez where healing just doesn't work as well on the target or something. I just don't like DK's getting something like this, it just makes them seem more...cheap to me, but I have never been one to like the idea of "specialty"/"hero" classes anyway, they tend to make the other classes seem dull.
Feb 22nd 2011 11:48PM The Razer Naga is fantastic! I was a big clicker before (and not the addon), I would arrange my bars all on top of each other so I didn't have to move my mouse far, but ever since I go the Naga it's been even better! I have 24 abilities at my right thumb with shift as a modifier and all my traps (hunter) with ctrl as a modifier, it's great! My game has really improved. I find PvP to be so much more enjoyable because I can actually look at whats happening instead of trying to find disengage while I die a horrible and painful death.
Note: I have my bars set up in a 3X4 grid, two of them, with the Dominos add on. The best part is that you can make the bars disappear until the modifier is pushed, I have much less clutter because I can hide my mount/profession/hearth/food/pet care buttons until I need them!
Jan 15th 2011 11:21AM @Lee
I am also perplexed by keybinds. I move with the keyboard, but am not a keyboard turner, I use the mouse for moving a lot too.Best investment I ever made was the Razer Nage, the thing is incredible. I bound 12 keys right at my thumb and then another 12 when I combined them with shift. I have 24 actions at my thumb at any time and my UI is exactly the same for every character.
This is how I like to play, people like me and Lee just don't like to keybind, it is awkward and hard for us to get used to it. Mouse play is completely valid and possible, like Lee said the GCD keeps it possible.
Jan 14th 2011 12:00AM @Abremm
*removes glasses* Do you realize what you are describing?! MMO hipsters! This is the worst thing to happen to video gaming since the hot coffee mod debacle during GTA San Andreas! Soon other MMOs will be filled with skinny jeans and ironic t-shirt wearing, PBR drinking, philosophy majoring, douche bags! This, this could be the end of WoW, when hating on the most popular game is underground and cool becomes mainstream and even more cool! Damn them, I could take them on my college campus, in my underground record stores, and in my funny web based comics (see hipster Hitler) but I will be damned if they make it into my favorite hobby!