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Aug 10th 2010 6:45PM @TimStevens Someone on the internetz procedes to identify the make/model of your car at night at what looks to be 30+ feet. Seems pretty good to me.

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Apr 23rd 2010 7:09PM One comment I have for EotS play is that if you are a veteran player and are in a pug, you often run into situations where players less familiar with the battleground will obsessively go for the flag and fight in the middle even when they have no bases or just one base. One way I have found to prevent this is to cap the flag initially and then just hold it. This encourages the rest of your team to fight on objectives and trains those new to the battleground that the flag is one one objective, not the end all be all.'s top ten stories of 2009, part 4 {WoW}

Dec 18th 2009 1:12PM The multi-page format of this post is highly annoying. I am willing to tolerate all of the "after the break" stuff, but I could have done without 4 page views just to read a top ten list.

Shifting Perspectives: 5 observations, part 2 {WoW}

Nov 7th 2009 4:39AM @Allison - you make a good point and Blizz has made the same point earlier that Rets are OP in lower brackets of arena (and hence we can assume BG's which are probably similar environments). Against inexperienced or undergeared players Rets have a nice advantage due to stun + burst. However it is really frustrating to literally beat on a geared resto druid for 10 minutes straight and be unable to kill them. Yes it is that bad. Rets have nothing on Trees and I am not exaggerating. The fact that an experienced player perpetuates the myth that Rets are a Trees worst nightmare when in fact it is quite the opposite is very disheartening. Moreover the author is insulting to the class and uses pejoratives. When called out on it the resto community merely downranks people into oblivion. Thats not honest and its not fair. I love both resto druids and ret paladins and resto is in an excellent spot for pvp right now. If any druid has a right to complain its Moonkin.

Shifting Perspectives: 5 observations, part 2 {WoW}

Nov 6th 2009 5:26PM these consistent downrankings of the paladin comments are pretty silly. The rets arent being rude or insulting or even inaccurate. Did you downrankers miss the part where I also played a resto druid? No pvp healing class is afraid of a ret paladin. Rets are also easily dominated by any kiting class. Watch a ret fight a warlock or mage and watch a ret die. Resto druids excel at BG healing and are very difficult to deal with. Personally I love resto pvp more than holy pvp because I dont have to choose who will die. I just hot my whole team and let resilience sort it out. The article author simply ignores many of the resto druids strengths. Personally I love using my arsenal of hots coupled with judicious use of wild growth to heal my team while being stun locked and ignoring a ret paladin beating on me.

Shifting Perspectives: 5 observations, part 2 {WoW}

Nov 6th 2009 4:55PM your comments against ret paladins are completely off kilter. Ret paladins have no ability to kill tree druids at all. I have both a resto druid and a ret paladin and I know first hand that rets burst is completely laughable compared to a resto druids armor and hots and mana regen. If you are getting killed by a rogue in the space of one stun lock or getting killed by a ret 1v1 at all then you are simply undergeared or inexperienced. Your comments about resto pvp are just inaccurate.