Feb 15th 2012 11:04AM Love to have another mount... bring it on...
Sep 30th 2011 1:32PM I used the Belkin model for so long i ended up buying a spare. I have been using both for years. Teepo the unit should carry the set up with it, i have moved my pad to plenty of computers that did not have the software but since it remembers the last set up (at least). It should work by just plugging the unit in and letting the drivers load. This unit is fantastic and tied with my Naga I have almost unlimited key binds. I allways love when my raid leader says make sure you have this or that spell or ability on you bars. I have everything keybound and still have plenty of keys left over.
Apr 23rd 2011 3:47AM I do these encounters with other group compositions all the time. I am not saying that there are not plenty of valid ways to handle each of these situations. :)
I would really like for there to be some unique abilities for different classes. How much blending and standardizing do we need?
Apr 22nd 2011 7:18PM
I don't really agree with Righteous Fury being a passive Protection only talent. I am a Holy Paladin and my guild is currently 9 of 12. I raid with a Protection paladin and he specifically does not use Righteous Fury on the Chimeron fight in BWD. He is the Double Strike tank and does not want any aggro beyond the initial taunt. We also use it in Grim Batol on the second Boss General Umbriss to collect the Troggs. I (as the Holy Paladin) use Righteous Fury to gather the Troggs (plenty of aggro through healing with it up) so our tank can gather them up quickly. The DPS slows or stuns the Malignant Trogg and quickly kill it. This allows us to quickly separate the Malignant Trogg. I have also seen it used by a Ret Paladin after a tank death using cool downs to help down a low health boss saving a wipe. I am sure there are plenty of other situations where you can use this talent to your advantage as a Paladin.
Apr 1st 2011 8:18AM I am the whipping boy, Holy Paladin gets blamed for everything. I am also the the seldom used scapegoat when we want to forcefully call out a issue in vent without actually pointing the finger at certain individual. ... Everyone knows it's not really my problem but we use this sometimes as a pre-warning, next time it's going to be A, C and D get out of dragons breath.
Of course when we invite a thick skinned PUG from a allied guild, we sometimes turn them into the whipping boy. Since PUG's allways get lots of Fat Loot in our raid so they are allway's well compensated.
Jan 2nd 2011 7:20AM Nice
Jan 2nd 2011 7:18AM Party on
Dec 30th 2010 8:52AM bring it..
Dec 30th 2010 8:51AM I like books as well
Dec 30th 2010 8:51AM me to sweet