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Patch 4.3: Chromatic Dragon, other pet models revealed {WoW}

Oct 7th 2011 7:37PM I'm not usually fussed over who gets a legendary, but I distinctly remember Blizzard saying they don't do class-specific quest chains anymore as they are too much work for too little reward.

Now, they make a class-specific quest chain for just one class. I have to admit I'm a little peeved, especially considering the old Hunter epic quest chain can't be done anymore.

Patch 4.3: Chromatic Dragon, other pet models revealed {WoW}

Oct 7th 2011 7:32PM I don't know why that scarab beetle is there. It isn't new:

Shifting Perspectives: Not seeing your gear is no excuse {WoW}

Sep 6th 2011 8:28PM I like the look of Ravenwing Pauldrons:

I just need to find a set that matches. The rest of the recoloured Wildheart is nice, but skirts just don't look right on worgen.

Is it time to kill pure DPS? {WoW}

Sep 3rd 2011 8:17PM If you try to take my BM dps spec, be prepared for pain.

When I first started a hunter I was fully aware that the class could not tank, and that was fine by me since I'm truly awful at tanking. This change would just take away my favourite spec and add one that is useless to me. If you want to tank or heal, make a class that can do so. Levelling is not hard.

Your claim that crowd control makes all classes 'hybrids' is nonsense, as Blizzard has clearly stated in the past that a hybrid is a class that can tank or heal. Crowd control has always been a part of the DPS role when needed.

In conclusion, this is a terrible idea. Not because it adds more tanking/healing specs, but because it takes away DPS specs that people already like and use. If you want to add a fourth talent tree that's fine, but keep your grubby hands off Beast Mastery.

Scattered Shots: Hunter pet changes -- QQ or HTFU? {WoW}

Jul 29th 2011 2:55AM Before the change, I used defensive stance in groups without any problems. Now I keep my pets in Passive stance and control them with macros. Assist is just too buggy/broken to be useful.

I really don't think we should just keep quiet and deal with it. Blizzard changes something, it doesn't work, so we tell them. That's feedback, not "QQ". In this case I think we can be certain that "make pet control harder" was not the intended result, since Assist stance actually does more without player input than the old Defensive.

Breakfast Topic: When RL Jekylls go in-game Hyde {WoW}

Jul 22nd 2011 12:26AM @SR: "What's a good, demeaning name for these types?"

What you've got there is a classic noob. Someone who has played the game long enough that they should know their class, but is too stupid or stubborn to learn. Not to be confused with "newb", someone who is genuinely inexperienced and actively learning.

It's easy to tell the difference. Newbs will welcome useful advice, but noobs will respond with "Don't tell me how to play, you &$@*#" or some variation thereof.

The Queue: Burly mountain men and Amazons {WoW}

Jul 9th 2011 8:58PM @Ilmyrn

There is one shirt with a high collar:

I hope you like bright green.

Two Bosses Enter: Ozruk wins Cataclysm Season 1 {WoW}

Jul 4th 2011 10:53PM Corborus gets my vote

The Queue: Frightening little things {WoW}

Jun 29th 2011 9:57PM Your pet will automatically go into passive stance when you mount, and switch back when you dismount. (Sorry if this double-posts, comment system is acting weird)

The Queue: Frightening little things {WoW}

Jun 29th 2011 9:54PM Pets automatically go into passive stance when you mount.