Sep 9th 2011 2:04AM That way, you could - for example - buff DPS on Ret Paladins, without them being golden gods in BG's again.
May 14th 2011 1:04AM A hunter named Bloodsail Admiral Ackbar, anyone?;D
May 10th 2011 2:56PM This would really help me get into the TCG :D
Feb 6th 2011 12:30PM I've gotta agree here. Either a simple answer 'no', or an explanation that content patches are 4.*
As it is, the answer is more confusing than helpful for those who don't know.
Jan 15th 2011 6:27PM My reply shall consist of an explanation that I am a casual player, with much less time to put into the game, yet I believe that I should be able to experience this content.
And then I will realize that I've just died due to Standing In Fire in the dungeon run that I am alt-tabbed out of.
Dec 30th 2010 4:51PM yes, please!
Aug 28th 2010 1:27PM What is this, I don't ev...*distracted by puppies*
Aug 25th 2010 6:47PM This, Little Billy, would be the point where you should go and ask your mommy and daddy to tell you about old television cartoons. Go ahead, we'll wait. What's that? You can just look them up on the 'internet' now? Well we've never heard of THAT. Stop being foolish and go ask your parents, Billy.
Aug 1st 2010 4:35PM 'Preventative' is not a noun, as a noun is an actual person, place, or thing. However, you were close. 'Preventative' is used when describing a noun, whereas 'preventive' is used when referring to a broader idea. In this case, preventative healing is correct, as within WoW, healing is a character role, and therefore a noun.
Btw i love commas. >.>