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Getting started with World of Warcraft {WoW}

Mar 8th 2012 2:33PM The quest to kill Hogger was usually given to you around level 14 if I remember correctly. I always tried to solo him on every alt I made and I always died. So I got into the habit of taking the quest, but moving on to the next zone to quest for awhile.

I'd then come back at level 17 and kick Hogger's butt. Ah.. the memories.

The Queue: Yaks are cool, I guess {WoW}

Feb 22nd 2012 11:31AM It's out and I've been using it with no problems whatsoever.

Optional boss modes making a comeback in Mists of Pandaria? {WoW}

Jan 28th 2012 9:34AM @imnick,

Yes, I understand the same thing is said about every tier, but the point was made about how few groups saw the final bosses.

The point is that there was not enough time allotted for Ulduar. TOC should have had the same iLVL gear as Ulduar (or TOC delayed) so that guilds would still have a reason to bring their raiders into Ulduar.

Optional boss modes making a comeback in Mists of Pandaria? {WoW}

Jan 26th 2012 5:33PM Fewer people killed Yogg Saron and Algalon because they released that crappy TOC too soon. We were moving slowly but steadily through Ulduar, but as soon as TOC came out no one wanted to run Ulduar because the better gear was in TOC.

5 ways to keep your DPS players happy in 5-man heroics {WoW}

Jan 17th 2012 10:01AM "By "taking a mage into a dungeon", do you mean as a lowbie into a lowbie dungeon? If that's the case, I think it's perfectly fine to not know what to do, because that's where you learn those things. It's when you get to 85 and still not know what to sheep that might get worrisome. But even then, it only takes a few seconds to ask "which one?" if you don't know."

No... this is a mage I had kept at 80 for a long time and finally leveled him to 85 before doing any dungeons. It was regular Throne of Tides.

Drama Mamas: Should the raid schedule change for the GL's girlfriend? {WoW}

Jan 16th 2012 9:29AM Forget for a minute that she's the GL's girlfriend. Assume ANY member of your 'competitive but yet casual ' group has a schedule change. I know in my guild if any member has a schedule change that makes our normal raid times unworkable, we do everything we can to change our raid times to work for everyone.

Only when we have exhausted all those possibilities do we consider replacing someone. When you have raided for awhile with the same group of 10 people you develop a synergy with them and it's much easier to change nights and/or start times than it is to replace a key member.

The Queue: It's now cold outside. In Fargo. In the winter. {WoW}

Jan 12th 2012 11:29AM I don't mind running the old heroics much (except Stonecore) but if I never ever see a troll heroic again I'll die a happy man.

I prefer the new ones because they can be done much more quickly.

5 ways to keep your healer happy in 5-man heroics {WoW}

Jan 11th 2012 11:05AM @ Skyrei

"Unless the tank is really silly about running super fast while the healer has no mana, I tend to side with the healer following the tank rather then the tank having to be aware he's running out of the healers range at all times"

Sorry, as a I can't disagree with this enough. If I have no mana I will NOT chase a tank. Staying in range of the tank implies I am ready to heal him. If I run out of mana I will let the tank know in party chat, then I will sit down and drink. If he wants to ignore me and run ahead, it's his funeral.

Good tanks are ALWAYS aware of their healers mana and whether or not they are keeping in range. As a tailor I also like to stop and loot. Dungeons are a good source of clothe and I resent tanks who can't slow down enough to give me a chance to loot.