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Choose My Adventure: RIP Andrenorton {WoW}

May 28th 2010 4:32PM I found Mage to be alright, and every class (apart from my Priest) I've levelled has been melee.

I would accept Rossi rolling a Druid, though.

If he went Balance ;)

Choose My Adventure: RIP Andrenorton {WoW}

May 28th 2010 4:20PM I don't want to be a tool about this, but isn't the point of "Choose My Adventure" to take the writers beyond their usual playing styles and classes and give them something unfamiliar and out of their comfort zone? Saying you've "stalled" and asking to change class seems like a bit of a cop out to me.

I'll be very surprised if people outvote the option to keep Rossi playing that mage. Like the title says: Choose My Adventure.

It's not Not Choose My Diversion For A Few Levels Until I Can't Be Bothered Any More And Ask To Change Class. Tough it out. You got a Shaman past the first 10 levels Rossi, how you can find the Mage more difficult is beyond me.

Encrypted Text: Hit and expertise in Icecrown {WoW}

Mar 18th 2010 6:06AM Back when Subtlety used to be viable for PvP (or in fact anything) in the Burning Crusade days, a Warrior and I had a winning strategy for Alterac Valley. We would hide in the Field, in one of the craters. It became known as the Launch Pad. You can't quite see into it until you're right next to it.

As the Alliance rode past at the start of the game, we would wait for the stragglers. When we caught a clothie or two, the Warrior would charge out, stunning them. I'd then Shadowstep behind the mark and stun it, and we'd beat into a fleshy mess on the floor.

I got nearly 100k honour just doing that every day. And you know what? It never, EVER got old. I loved being the final nail in the coffin. Or final fist weapon in the spine, alternatively!

Reader UI of the Week: NirayĆ”'s UI {WoW}

Mar 9th 2010 3:59PM Just a heads up, you've spelled their name wrong in the article. For the correct spelling, see the quote at the start of said article.

On topic, sweet UI. Personally I'd struggle with that setup, but no one can say it doesn't look good!