Jun 28th 2007 11:19AM You forgot to mention that CoR will keep mobs from running. It's very useful in tight instances where are runner can aggro the next group.
May 15th 2007 2:43PM A couple of weeks ago I had a hunter that first announced he wouldn't use his pet because it was too expensive. Later we wiped because of his bad pull ("No that pat has always been there."), and he started to complain about repair costs. Finally I couldn't take it anymore when he said he needed to buy more bullets and opened up a trade window for a donation.
May 15th 2007 2:35PM I left a group a couple of weeks ago when the hunter said he wouldn't use his pet because it was too expensive. He then after he made a bad pulled he complained about repair costs. I finally just had to go when he said he needed to go buy bullets, and then opened a trade window with everyone for donations.
Apr 23rd 2007 11:02AM Playing DPS is fun! With meters it's fun to have a friendly competion with others in your group. Adds another challenge to the game. Tanking is quite a bit of fun too. Healing, however, is stressful and freaks me out.
Apr 4th 2007 11:01AM I'm afraid I click, and I think I do pretty damn well for myself. Warlocks just have too many damn spells and ablitites to keep track of, and my lysdexic brain doesn't do so well when I have 50 keybindings all over the keyboard.
Mar 30th 2007 3:25PM I made the switch at the end of last year and I don't regret it one bit. I got a 20" iMac w/2.33GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB Memory and the ATI Radeon X1600/256MB VRAM. WoW runs really well. I can't max everything out, but I'm planning on dropping in 2 more gigs of memory soon and I know that will help a lot. I get lag very occasionally in Shat, but that's the only problem I have. That small annoyance is far out weighed by the huge beautiful monitor In fact the monitor is so big I can run WoW windowed and bring up Wowhead and Allakhazam instantly whenever I need them. Oh yeah I love the fact I'm running OSX and not Windows. It really does make using your computer enjoyable.
Mar 23rd 2007 12:47PM I think the reason is Blizz wants to make crafted sets that's pretty good for people that don't want to or can't raid. The farming an instance for a primal nether is the same as farming a raid instance for drops.
Mar 3rd 2007 1:14PM I'll be checking out some of the new 70 dungeons, working on keys, and level my priest a bit.
Feb 21st 2007 11:18AM I've played both sides (Ally on RP and horde on PVP). There are plenty of 12 year olds and obnoxious adults that can ruin a PUG on both sides. I have to say I found the horde culture a bit whiney and self-righteous. This is probably explained by the fact my two mains are gnomes (lock and mage). There's a brotherhood among those of us that play gnomes. When you're 2' tall you can't take yourself too seriously and can really have some fun in the game. The rest of the Allies are just there for our entertainment, and don't know they're the real butt of the joke.
Feb 21st 2007 11:08AM I usually have a glass of wine or two at night so I'll drink a bit while playing WoW. Nothing that would get me drunk, so I don't think it's ever affected my gameplay.