Mar 21st 2012 8:28AM good grief..... >_< Sorry for the double posting folks (computers hate me...)
Mar 21st 2012 8:26AM Seems to be issues trying to post things on here as well; I go to post & it doesn't post =( As I just tried posting- You're not the only one having login issues. I'm on an US server and keep getting an error message at login screen, and battlenet is down on the WoW site as well. Seems to be happening a lot lately
Mar 21st 2012 8:20AM You're not the only one having login issues. I'm on an US server, and keep getting an error message at login screen and battlenet is down on the WoW armory site as well =( Seems like this has been happening a lot lately....
Mar 11th 2012 9:44AM Sorry, it didn't show that the first one was posted so I did a second, which then both posted at once. Go figure lol
Mar 11th 2012 9:42AM Totally Baron Rivendare (Stratholme) for dungeons and Attunmen the Huntsman (Karazhan) for raids because they both drop really sought after mounts. I'd say that thats what what would shape up the most killed bosses (dungeon & raid) list; first bosses that drop mounts, then those that drop pets, followed by those that drop armor/weapons for transmog. Of course, this is excluding holiday bosses.
Mar 11th 2012 9:37AM Totally Baron Rivendare (Stratholme) for dungeons and Attumen the Huntsman (Karazhan) for raids, simply because they both drop pretty sought after mounts. I'd say that the top most killed bosses (raid & dungeon) would easily be those that drop mounts, followed by those that drop a pet, then armor/weapons to transmog.
Feb 19th 2012 7:36AM Say what you will on the lack of itemization in WoW now, whether you love it or hate it, at the end of the day it boils down to the fact that it makes everyone good, but leaves no room for those that could be extraordinary.
Feb 9th 2012 4:49AM I really miss the days when Players were held accountable for their actions on servers by the community; I agree that we've lost this with the ease of name & server changes. There's still plenty of people behaving badly on their realms, but the community at large can't really do anything (such as shunning them from raids/groups) because the player will just transfer realms and continue being a jerk there. I feel that this actually makes it even more important to report players who repeatedly offend ( whether it's harrassing others, ninja looting, using racial/offensive slurs while trolling trade); as a community we can't do anything, but hope that when such players are reported that Blizzard will reprimand them properly. While having a system as LoL does seems tempting, in the end it could just as easily be used by the very players it's meant to deal with to create more problems (think about convicted criminals suing the people they victimized for whatever to get an idea of what I mean). In the end, the best way is to be diligent as a community and report repeat offenders and for Blizzard to strictly enforce it's policies.
On the whole Raid finder/Looking for group issue, it would make sense for Blizzard to keep track of people repeatedly reported for behaving badly in pugs and to possibly ban them for X amount of time from using those tools. Just a thought
Feb 5th 2012 6:58AM Wow, the simularities between the spec circus for mages and that of hunters is ridiculous. You could easily substitute Marksman and Survival for Arcane and Fire, and Beast Mastery for Frost. This is almost exactly the same thing we've (hunters) have been going through with our specs. it's a shame that if you want to play end game, you have to go and play revolving specs between two of them, while the the third is left out in the dust. And if you happen to be loyal to a particular spec? Well, then you hafta make a choice of whether to respec or to be left out of end game if that's not the top spec of the week. For heaven's sake, I wish they'd just let us pure DPS classes DPS!
(I have a lowbie mage, hence reading this =D)
Jan 8th 2012 2:05AM I know a lot of guys who play female characters in game, and I kinda like the response one gave me once as to why; "I'd rather watch a chick's butt as I'm running around Azeroth." I myself am a girl who plays both (22 female characters, 13 male characters total), tend to prefer to play male toons when I PVP, other wise I go in spurts as to which toons I feel like playing ( though, admittedly, I keep comming back to two of my female toons). No rhym or reason for me, just what ever I feel like roling when I roll it.