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Sep 30th 2010 9:03AM I'm not in beta so I'm not a hundred percent sure but, wasn't there a glyph planned to make tree form permanent?
Also, don't be mistaken, you will not be punished for not being in tree form. The idea was to make the cooldown more interesting, while giving the caster form the extra power to not need ToL. a Resto druid in caster will always heal better than a balance druid.
If resto druids in caster form (Cata) = Resto druid in tree form (Wrath), then you have an extra cooldown to make healing more interesting, and for those critical moments.
Jul 27th 2010 2:20PM That Blazing Hypogryph would go awesome with my Flame Keeper title and my Fire spec!
Jul 20th 2010 11:33AM Actually, the right phrasing might be "will drop more pieces per person" or "will have a higher drop ratio".
And, it wouldn't be 5.
If a 10-man drops 3 pieces per boss, that's 30% of the raid size.
30% of a 25-man is 7.5. But they have stated that they want it to be more loot per person, so we could indeed expect 9 pieces in a 25-man.
However, current raids drop 2 pieces in a 10-man, so we could expect anywhere from 6 to 8 pieces in a 25-man.
Apr 9th 2010 10:52AM It was NOT a photohop'd image. Darkmoon faire is currently in Mulgore and they place a cannon on top of Thunder Bluff allowing players to be launched all the way to Bloodhoof Village. The same cannon places a buff on you which happens to add the wings to the player.
You can remove the buff to try to land in a ring over the lake next to Bloodhoof.
Mar 9th 2010 6:23PM Which in the end might still result in the same F = m * a. The air resistance would be factored in the acceleration, while the mass remains constant.
This might actually result in the cloth wearers taking less damage than the plate wearers, but due to the lower HP pools of the casters, they would still die.
And to a previous poster. If we consider the mass to be cumulative, the impact would be stronger. However, if we consider them independent bodies, it won't make too much of a difference considering the inner body would fall at the same speed than the armor and collide with the plate during the impact. It would probably be better to fall naked to the ground than falling naked to a thick sheet of plate...
Mar 9th 2010 2:56PM F=m*a. Elemental physics. Someone wearing plate will _ideally_ fall a the same speed than someone wearing cloth. However, the increased mass (due to the armor class) results in a stronger impact, thus resulting in death for both cases.