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The Queue: What a wreck {WoW}

Mar 9th 2011 7:03AM I remember an old article that had a story describing the various types of rogues trying to assassinate a VIP in Goldshire's inn. This was the best description of the various rogue trees I've ever seen. After looking for the better part of an hour I'm unable to find it on your site. Does it still exist?

- Your man Friday

Ol' Grumpy's guide to Cataclysm instance protocols {WoW}

Oct 8th 2010 7:01AM Very well written. The down side is that here on Wow Insider, just like my own guild website, your preaching to the choir. The people that REALLY need to read this article are the ones that never do any research and just plow thru with the expectations of being carried. That appears to be gone for good. While I enjoy the ability to be done with an instance in 20 min. now. I'm still hopeful it doesn't go back to the old BC Shadowlab days. Here's hoping that Bliz does a decent balancing act.

Win a pony from {WoW}

Apr 15th 2010 5:25PM Would love a pony!

Shifting Perspectives: The disappearance of the bear, part 3 {WoW}

Oct 21st 2009 12:30PM Great post! I agree with every aspect. I have both a Prot Warrior and a Feral Druid and I've got to say the Warrior is by far more enjoyable. I know that you where all in favor of the druid form changes to cat and bear but I've got to say that change was the final nail for me for playing my druid. I play a male Night Elf on both classes because I like being a male character. When Bliz decided to put a dangly neck piece on my cat and soften the bear form I just couldn't take it any more. The only time I break out the druid now is if my warrior is saved and my guild needs a tank to make a run.

Bears are harder to move and harder to tank on effectively because of the giant brown butt in the middle of the screen. I can just tank more effectively on the warrior.