Dec 3rd 2011 8:15PM Where is it mentioned in the tooltips? If you're talking about Frostfire Bolt, that tooltip is the current one, not the new one. Check the one on the talent calculator.
Sep 12th 2011 8:17PM I think you tried to insert a less than sign in there; your comment got eaten.
Aug 20th 2011 4:30PM Coming from a background of console RPGs (and leveling as a Frost Mage), it really REALLY bothered me that critical hits didn't look or sound any different from normal hits, aside from the slightly larger text. I frequently didn't even notice them when I got them.
So I got a couple addons that shook the screen and played a sound effect when I got a critical hit, and I customized it with my own .wav file. The feedback made a HUGE difference-- I never missed a crit from there on out.
Incidentally this was also when I started to really love being a Frost Mage.
Mar 28th 2011 5:09PM Alchemy: Potion of Greater Levitate. Swim through the air!
Mar 26th 2011 2:35PM You say this as if ranged weapons are not just stat items for other (non-hunter) classes as well.
Mar 7th 2011 2:16PM Because if the moral choice had demonstrable gameplay effects, then people would game it. Leaving out any larger effects leaves the moral choice as just that-- a moral choice, not a gameplay choice.
Feb 19th 2011 4:52PM The macro answer still does not address the issue of finding macro icons that are NOT spell icons, which is still frustrating and often futile. :|
Feb 18th 2011 4:44PM There are several bronze dragons in the Caverns of Time taking the form of Draenei.
Feb 16th 2011 4:56PM I'm of two minds.
I usually use the Soundtrack addon to add my own (usually video game) music to the game, because I'm not overly fond of the atmospheric style used by most of WoW's music-- but every so often, one of the game's songs really stands out to me.
Nightsong is one example (I was absolutely floored the first time I heard it, in Azshara), but the most triumphant example would be the in-game version of Thaurissan's Reach-- it plays in bits and pieces in Grim Batol, and unfortunately only one part of it is available on the official soundtrack. The strings used in the rest of the song give me chills every time.
Feb 13th 2011 1:47PM Rexxar at least is something of an exception-- he appears to have the same basic Orc skeleton, but he is visibly different from other orcs.
Kalec is a good example of a similar case with the human/elf hybrid-- a customized variant of the same basic (in this case human) frame.