Apr 25th 2010 4:52PM does the word "shatterplay" ring a bell?
Apr 5th 2010 12:57AM I have gotta say no on this one. Int is a apsolutely amasing stat. Crit,mana,and Sp. More mana,less ability to oom,more hl over a fight. Now, for pvp, I would say it's persona preference. My pvp gear haste starves me so I do gem some haste. But int is always the most bang for your gem.
Mar 10th 2010 1:15AM All I have to say, is no no no. The racials define our chacters and seperatethem from others. Each race unique. And while people complain that EMFH is op, they don't consider that each racial has it's drawbacks. By using EMFH, yes we free up a trinket slot, at the cost of 160? Resilince. That is an enormous amount of resil to sacrifice. Each racial has it's pros and cons.
Mar 2nd 2010 12:32AM I could not be less excited for this. As it is, I, a holy paladin am stuck taking mail because blizzard itemised my plate gear wrong. All this will do is force us to take what they feel we should need for stats,not what may be the best upgrade for our playstyle.
Jan 31st 2010 7:04AM I made the Switch from Grid+Clique to Vuhdo about 3 months ago and i've never looked back. A lot of people ask what makes Vuhdo better then Healbot/grid. Ive boiled it down to my 3 favorite features. 1. Custom debuffs. Seeing who has Mark of the fallen champion, timer on impale, etc, is invaluable as a healer. 2. Auto trinket activation. There is a setting yo ucan tweak, that allows you to auto pop a trinket every time its up. While using a Sliver (off Marrow 10), the trinkets effect is only good when popped every time its up. Vuhdo makes it so you dont have to think about that. 3. Low Footprint. Vuhdo's footprint straight out of the box is about .5 MB more the Grid and clique, no add ins. I haven't used the buff system in it, but I've heard its also very nice. (Diehard PP fan here...) Every friend I've converted from healbot or grid is amazed at the difference it makes in their healing.
Jan 21st 2010 5:34PM I think just as many healing problems come from trying to do to much, like your tank healer trying to help out riad healing and missin his tank heal.