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Totem Talk: 3 reasons enhancement shaman should be excited for Mists of Pandaria {WoW}

Feb 25th 2012 8:20PM I also speculate a legendary weapon of some sort. Possibly a set of fist weapons if i had to guess. The new wind walker monk spec uses fist weapons as well, so Blizz could add them and satisfy a new class and us. I just hope they dont pull the dagger BS and make it monk only.

Blizzard unveils Mists of Pandaria talent calculator {WoW}

Nov 23rd 2011 9:19AM I hope the shaman one is incomplete. I cant see purge anywhere on there and Enh does not seem to get any sort of improved wind shear.

Totem Talk: Enhancement gear in patch 4.3 {WoW}

Nov 19th 2011 6:17PM Well damn, just noticed they added the socket to the VP cape. Disregard the above comment

Totem Talk: Enhancement gear in patch 4.3 {WoW}

Nov 19th 2011 6:15PM Question: Would normal mode rag cloak be better than the Valor Point cloak? It has more mastery assuming you gem it and has desirable secondary stats. The hit and mastery are a tad low, but when compared with crit and haste they might be better. Thought?

Patch 4.3: Blizzard's official preview of the Well of Eternity heroic dungeon {WoW}

Sep 19th 2011 4:32PM What will happen to the demon soul after being taken from the past? A version of it must remain in the past to maintain a number of other plot points in the future am I right? I guess we shall find out

Know Your Lore: Sylvanas Windrunner, part 2, page 2 {WoW}

Jan 16th 2011 6:54AM I recall one quest in which you all out kill alliance-associated humans and raise them. They are immediately loyal to the Forsaken. Why the hell are they? We are told that the Forsaken have free will and it seems many do, Voss as an example. But in this case, they were just killed by the Forsaken and are almost immediately all-out for the cause of the Forsaken. The whole idea that killing people and then ressurecting them for you only works when they dont have free will, which the Forsaken are supposed to have. It is mentioned that the ressurection process effects people differently. In the intro questline, that is exemplified by a loyalty to some nobody who was also just ressurected. Perhaps the weak-willed humans of the world will join up with the Forsaken, but I still find the scenario odd.