Feb 5th 2011 12:45AM A question:
As a Holy Priest, healing tough but not impossible. Then I see other healers like Paladins and Shamans not having mana troubles and doing sloppy "Wrath"-type healing, yet achieving the same result.
I've spoken around, and it's the general consensus that Priests are "in the toilet" right now. I'm well geared, gemmed, enchanted, and my healstyle is solid. Am I missing something?
Feb 4th 2011 3:08AM Erm. As in "What are those daggers? I would very much like them."
Feb 4th 2011 3:08AM WHAT
ARE THOSE DAGGERS?
They are beautiful.
Nov 23rd 2010 5:15PM @Falcom
Beat me to it! Curses!
Nov 23rd 2010 5:14PM WOW! That's a low price!
Nov 22nd 2010 10:55PM I know this has got to be the 50th Old World Flying-related question asked, but...
Is the level(s) at which you can learn flying changing?
I.E. it was recently 60, prepping new players for Outland with flying.
Are we going to see it at 20/40 at all? I hope not.
Oct 28th 2010 6:09PM A question for The Queue:
I live in a dorm room on my college campus, where download speed (but not ping) is capped at a very low, slow number. I'm currently debating on whether to buy the physical copy (so I can install off a CD) or a digital copy (which will slowly but gradually install while I play). There are upsides and downsides to both.
Which would you recommend for me?
Oct 25th 2010 6:55PM Would you mind posting a fix to the macro? I like the idea of this macro, and would like to see yours. :)
Oct 4th 2010 11:27PM These are really good!
The realistic portrayals are nice, especially in the Undead and Gnome.
Oct 3rd 2010 10:18PM OP here.
A lot of good points were made. Someone made a post saying that there are other animal-based races. Good point, but here's where I disagree:
-Tauren: Minotaur-like, and presented in a rough, hulking manner
-Worgen: Appear savage, brutal, and vicious
-Tuskaar: Aged and weathered, the old and sage types
-Furblogs: Primitive (mostly), rough and brutish
-Pandaren: Based on a cuddly animal, ninja-like, near-Mary Sue, etc etc
Again, not trying to step on any toes here. They just... "feel" out of place. :)