Oct 1st 2010 5:10PM I believe there are a few changes Boub didn't pick up on, I know MS got buffed to 125% weapon damage, there may be more.
Oct 1st 2010 1:01PM This is a very good point, but I can't see people leaving once they get past a boss they want only to join another run; what I can see however is maybe a mistake happens during a pug and some people leave because they are "too leet for this pug" and they know they can join another run, they won't be wasting their lockout.
Oct 1st 2010 12:56PM With the focus guilds are getting in Cataclysm, definitely. But the game is a lot more fun in a guild and any tangible benefit to make guilds more appealing can only be a good thing.
Sep 18th 2010 5:54PM The reason they made this change was because the designated middle heal was too good, your big heal is the mana efficient one, the middle heal is your bread and butter heal. The problem was it was too good in most situations.
Mana has to matter to healers otherwise the only other resource Blizzard can make you manage is the global cooldown. If you should play as mana efficiently as you can and your group or raid fails as all healers run out of mana it's the DPS's fault or the tanks fault, either DPS wasn't high enough or the DPS and tanks took too much extra avoidable damage straining the healers mana pool.
Aug 15th 2010 7:03AM Just entered the Wowhead key give away, good luck :P
"To win beta key/ For Dawn Moore of WoW dot com/ This haiku I wrote"
Aug 14th 2010 8:01PM Well these sort of lawsuits help set up a coherent set of laws about copyright on the internet. Say in a little independent games company made a neat little game, but it was stolen by a large company, this case could help that small company to compensation.
Aug 1st 2010 9:01PM Healers heal people who stand in the fire today, life grip will provide you with a more time and mana efficient way to save that person, totally unique to other classes.
Aug 1st 2010 7:11PM I love you Dawn Moore :3
Jul 9th 2010 1:05PM Honestly with the kind of man Bobby Kotick is, I refuse to believe he would ever have some form of contact with Blizzard, as long as they made money he wouldn't care.
The thing is this, using your names people could learn a lot about you, while you blamed Real ID about them providing the names, you never blamed the many other websites that held the extra information, like photos of you, address's, post codes or phone numbers. Remember even if you only put your IP on the internet people can learn a lot about you.
Jul 6th 2010 5:52AM Well people who queue for a Rated BG, will play against others who queued for a rated BG, so if you just want to do a daily BG, chances are you'll just come against a group of random people, if you join a rated BG you will play a team of people who are going to want to win, as you should be.