Aug 8th 2011 9:28AM I'm surprised I haven't seen this (or perhaps I missed it while skimming): make dungeon / raid boss drops sensitive to the classes that make up the party / raid that kills them! What's the downside -- that enchanters have to wait a week or two more after new content drops to start accumulating shards? Who cares? I'd rather have a gear upgrade than an enchantment upgrade any day.
Jan 6th 2011 2:50PM Very disappointed not to see something about the "more blue gems than red gems" requirement for the DPS meta gem.
Dec 22nd 2010 5:59PM Man, that gender bending question lit me up. I thought to myself, I'm a guy, and I have a few alts that are female -- it must be "younger men!" When I saw that the answer was in fact "older men," it hit me: I'm 38, and thus an "older man." Sigh.
Jan 25th 2010 10:41AM Really? I tried time and again to get a straight answer after the talent changed, and every time I'd look into it I'd read something different. It's impossible to test on a dummy since dummies aren't a trackable type.
So the tooltip could just read:
"While any Tracking is active, damage to any and all of the types of creatures that can be tracked (Beasts, Demons, Dragonkin, Elementals, Giants, Humanoids and Undead) is increased by 5%."
I guess I could've tested it on Dr. Boom.
Jan 25th 2010 10:18AM I've always found Improved Tracking's tooltip unnecessarily confusing:
"While tracking Beasts, Demons, Dragonkin, Elementals, Giants, Humanoids and Undead, all damage done to those types by the Hunter is increased by 5%."
That can be read as "While any Tracking is up, damage to any of the trackable mob types is increased." Why not:
"While tracking Beasts, Demons, Dragonkin, Elementals, Giants, Humanoids OR Undead, all damage done by the Hunter TO THE TYPE BEING TRACKED is increased by 5%."
I mean, that's how it works...right? Honestly, I've never been 100% certain.