Jan 12th 2011 4:35AM Hopefully one of those bug fixes they didn't specify is Ozruk reflecting Hunter DoTs properly.
Because the other notes show such a deep understanding of how hunters work that.... they must have fixed it? Right?
Oct 20th 2010 9:40PM This. ^ I didn't mind dropping a few DPS spots, it happens to most classes at some point and numbers a relatively straight forward to tweak, but post-4.0.1 all three specs using the same single shot over everything elseto remain competetive was just silly.
I enjoyed so many of the patch changes, it was quite sad to be able to point to my main's class arcane lolspam as the shining example of something that was truly 'broken' to the people whining about the whiners.
Though now we're still the shining example of how 'no, things aren't purely balanced around PvP.' >.> Min range and nerfed mobility hurts, and no amount of tweaking to signature shots will make that easier to swallow.
Oct 14th 2010 7:04PM There's a definite damage drop, though not as severe as some of the other classes. Definitely a higher level of skill need to get the same DPS as before though.
The bigger problem for me is the 'two steadies in a row' thing which is pretty much essential to half decent MM DPS has made me a lot less mobile than I'm used to being. Stopping to jump out of fire now doesn't just put your rotation out by a second or two, it practically resets it and damn does your DPS suffer for it. :/
Sep 15th 2010 8:36AM Our guild is a large social guild, so it does have it's share of minors. Most of them are great players and lovely on top of it, but on the flip side, those who have been the most annoying and abusive have been under 16 as well.
For most I think it's a case of the perception of an immature attitude rather than them being more 'needy'. Plus a lot of people don't like having to constantly self-censor on their downtime, especially if they haven't specifically gone and joined a guild that openly considers itself 'family friendly'.
Sep 15th 2010 5:17AM I'm pretty sure the Halaa tokens are an item, not currency, since they
show up in your inventory and not the currency tab. Since they are the
only way to get the War Talbuk, I think they'll probably leave it
Though if they want to take out the war tokens and make the mount
purchasable with honor, I certainly wouldn't complain. >.>
Sep 15th 2010 5:14AM I'm pretty sure the Halaa tokens are an item, not currency, since they show up in your inventory and not the currency tab. Since they are the only way to get the War Talbuk, I think they'll probably leave it alone.
Though if they want to take out the war tokens and make the mount purchasable with honor, I certainly wouldn't complain. >.>
Aug 27th 2010 10:09AM If there isn't a Beiber advert, I will be even more upset than the people who think civilisation is at an end because they don't like some kid's inoffensively bland pop songs.
The reactions to this out in the great wide internet make me so happy and so sad at the same time
Aug 27th 2010 8:06AM As someone who has both eaten and worked at resturants with healthy eaters/fad dieters, I think it's important to reiterate the fact that eating out at a restaurant with a group of people is primarily a social exercise and thus it's impolite to get into an argument over the exact fat content of nearly every single dish on the bloody menu. Be aware that not every restaurant is going to be able able to deliver a 'perfectly healthy' dish, and not all the grossly underpaid and over-worked waiting staff will know whether the tomato or the carrot and coriander soup has the highest salt content (just order the melon ffs! /cry)
I also agree with the commentor above who mentioned the bread basket thing - if you need to put half your food in a to-go box before you've barely looked at it, or one meal out is going to undo your presently flawless regime, you're not going to maintain a lifestyle change like this for very long full stop.
After all, you can't stop your mates sitting right there next to you with plates chock full of tantalising artery-crushing goodness. You need to rely on your own willpower to lose weight, not just hiding things and praying for a knowledgable waiter and flexible chef.
Jul 27th 2010 10:39AM Shiny Hippogryph is shiny!
Jul 20th 2010 5:16AM I'm not thrilled about it, because I like having my PvP characters and giving them PvP-only specs and for me part of the fun is taking the time to sit and think about talents that will give me an edge in accomplishing those particular goals, whether it be 5-capping AB or turning the whole of Outlands in to one giant Alliance outpost. For me PvP is something I do when I'm getting burnt out on PvE and want to do something that feels different, not just something to do between raids that isn't jumping around Dalaran.
I understand that that's just my preference though, and pretty much opposite of the way Blizzard want to go. They want to make the line between PvP and PvE fainter so that the former is more accessible to the latter. It really is a change for the better, it's just unfortunate that my play style doesn't fit with that :(