Dec 21st 2011 5:40PM I told myself I wasn't going to comment on the Aiding the Alliance series but damnit YES. So much.
This has been a thorn in my side since, well since I started playing WoW. I adored Tyrande in WC3 and to see what they'd done and to see her fall from grace and into oblivion. It's both sad and kind of painful. She was such an interesting and strong character turned stagnant.
Feb 7th 2011 11:48AM I want to say Dragon's Breath. It's not really all that brilliant but a three second stun on a mob that's trying to shove it's weapon into your head is a good thing. It might not seem like a huge thing but really, three seconds can seem like a lot of time and if nothing else it's perfect for giving you a head start when you're bolting away from the pain and towards the tank.
Jan 30th 2011 12:42PM More often than not I rather like pugging but it is a bit like pulling teeth half the time. Both at top level and on the way up I refuse to pug during the hours where most people are active. Sure there's just a few minutes waiting time but more often than not those pugs ends up sucking. Pug at 5 in the morning and it's surprisingly smooth.
Had a brilliant run today though, bit of a bad luck with a tank that was a twerp and with a never ending wait for a new we decided to move along. A mage, hunter, rouge and a druid. We had an absolute blast. Sure there were a few wipes but it was a great mood and we ended up clearing the entire dungeon on our own.
For me, it's things like that, that makes pugging feel worth it.
May 17th 2010 2:24PM While I'm not completely on par with everything I have to say it's nice to see you write something pertaining to us firemages as well. Been playing fire since I started and still am, must say though that pyro is a common thing in my rotation. Having started off with one I can usually go through laying down the aoe's and then free pyro for all around, well mostly anyway. I've fallen so in love with it that I don't care if I have to wait for my six second cast anymore, the damage it does is more than well worth it.
I must say, it is great fun seeing things burn.