Feb 4th 2011 5:41PM Meant as a reply to Rezai, sigh.
Feb 4th 2011 5:39PM I found that whole questline made me dislike the forsaken even more, and I wish that that stupid general had left well enough alone at the end.
When i did the DK questline I found myself connected and enjoying it, but working for the forsaken after the LK is dead feels like they just hate anyone whos still alive and I just couldn't stand it.
May 5th 2010 1:02AM Only nitpicking here but your haste numbers are assuming you have every haste buff available. I'm only saying because I have the misfortune of never raiding, even in 25 mans, with a shaman who drops wrath of air totem.
That's 5% haste that I'm losing, meaning in order to get haste capped i have to raid with 935 haste, not sure what the numbers are if you don't have a ret pally or boomkin, because i always have one of those with me. I'm sure that it would make the article a lot more complicated, but a link to a post explaining what haste numbers you need with each buff would be nice.
Apr 30th 2010 1:13PM I don't think its that the game is missing something, but that you've gotten so good at playing WoW that you're missing the epic feel. My guild is small and barely raids, but when we downed LK it was EPIC. We had spent weeks learning the fight and when we finally got it, it was amazing. We spent so much time on that fight that bringing him down was awesome.
I think the reason most people don't feel the epic anymore is because they have gotten too good at the game. When you can beat a boss without it feeling like a challenge because everyone knows how to perfectly play thier class, it takes out a lot of fun and epic feeling from downing that boss.