Dec 30th 2010 4:35PM Win, please?
Dec 27th 2010 7:54PM I would like one, plz.
Aug 12th 2010 8:26AM Screw the Alliance and the Horde. The taurens, gnomes, draenei, and dorfs - the only largely ethical races in the game - should go make their own faction. The goblins and worgen can come too, if they're nice.
Aug 6th 2010 8:50PM I love fury, due in no small part to my warrior being a female gnome. Just the juxtaposition of the voice with the foaming-at-the-mouth, two-weapon pummeling that is fury makes me happy. I've stuck with fury through the highs and lows, never switching to arms (though I did opt for prot now and then back in the pre-dual-spec days, just to secure a spot in raids), and I'll stick with it for Cata.
That said, I'm definitely a bit concerned about the future of the spec. With the loss of ArP and the introduction of the one-hander equivalent to TG, the rebalancing could be a nightmare. On the other hand, I do look forward to the possibility of going back to daggers and fist weapons as a viable option - I loved dpsing with fast weapons in vanilla and BC. So come what may, I'll be keeping a firm (titan's, even) grip on the fury rollercoaster. It's just too entertaining.
Aug 6th 2010 4:20PM Yeah, same here. I always tank carefully at first to figure out what the quirks of the particular PuG are, and adjust from there. If the dps and heals are overpowered, great, bigger pulls! If not, I move at an appropriate pace. Tanks don't seem to realize that they're responsible for the wellbeing of the whole group - if people are dying, it's our fault, because like the writers said, we control the pace.
Jul 21st 2010 5:00PM I read that "no" in Rotface's voice, when Princess dies.
So sorry about your kitty, Robin!
May 14th 2010 11:09PM Fire walk with me.
May 4th 2010 7:30PM Frankly, I'm not surprised that they made this decision. It'd be a little unfair (not much, mind you, but a little) to be able to get both pets in a six month period, instead of a one year period as is clearly meant to be the rule. I'm sure they could fix it if they wanted to, but their decision not to makes sense.