May 5th 2011 10:21AM Early patch notes always say things like that, just means they haven't settled on a final number (or hadn't when the release was pushed).
May 5th 2011 10:17AM It gives shaman an opportunity to move without losing dps. I imagine that is what they were going for.
Apr 26th 2011 2:22PM I'll throw my name in the hat
Apr 21st 2011 3:21PM I was sad that I had to go this far down in the comments (page 3 as of writing) to see someone mention her.
Mar 25th 2011 5:22PM The usual advice is to keep dodge and parry [I]rating[/I] as close to each other as possible to stave the Diminishing returns beast.
Mar 25th 2011 2:23PM Agreed Lisa, in my raids you can come very prepared or come with vent, preferably both. But with neither, and without really making a solid reasoning as to why, I'd probably have replaced you if I had anyone to come in. I can sympathize with you being kind of lambasted by the officer; the job of an officer is to solve and move on rather than incite drama. Neither of you handled that very well, and he was probably the bigger culprit, but take care of your business and the situation could have been totally avoided
Mar 25th 2011 12:13PM I'd bet it's a matter of motivation, the gear is random and hard to get excited about. We went in and killed them to say we had, then never looked back.
Mar 25th 2011 12:09PM Agreed, both still exist and are useful, though Healbot supersedes Decursive for most uses. I used to use Heart back in vanilla for healing, and it was absolutely overpowered. One button scanned raid for low health, chose proper heal to get them to full without overhealing, checked with other healers to see if they were healing that target, and cancelled any heal in progress if something rendered it unnecessary. Boring as anything, but you could easily heal basically anything in garbage gear.
Mar 16th 2011 2:27PM Rays do exist in the game.
I remember longing to tame one on my hunter
Feb 8th 2011 4:06PM Careful making sweeping statements about hit and expertise. Many specs do not place hit as the highest priority stat any more. Cats, for example, should never go for hit/expertise caps as agility haste and crit are all higher priorities. I've even heard - though cannot properly confirm - that some casters, specifically mages, should always take int over hit even if it would place them below cap.