Oct 26th 2011 7:40AM If you read the article, it's actually 17 agi/stack.
30*17 = 510 min
50*17 = 850 max
Assuming the proc stack-reset occurs around a median of ~40 stacks, you're talking about an equivalent average passive of ~20 stacks, which is 340 agi. But then again, this is of course just gravy on the following 6 secs of finisher-spam.
May 29th 2011 6:17AM No kidding on the timing - it's a great article don't get me wrong - but I entirely agree, 3+ months behind the times.
With many guilds working on heroic modes and 4.2 release getting increasingly imminent, I would love to hear (for instance) how prot paladins are fitting into the firelands raid arena, how the changes to holy shield will effect playstyle and itemisation and how useful the new tier bonuses are.
In just a few weeks shall normal mode dungeons will be nerfed massively, to the point where even the last bosses can be completed by 346 geared raids with the vaguest knowledge of the fights. To me, it seems a shame to use these valuable-as-gold-dust prot columns on raid advice for instances which will be obsolete so soon.
Apr 21st 2011 8:18AM References in-game: generally ok.
Geek references: great.
References to purely American culture, particularly to a sport that was named the same as pre-existing sport that the *rest of the world* plays, and then insisting on refering to as if it was the only one - I'll pass thanks.
Feb 7th 2011 11:19AM YouTube :)
Jan 26th 2011 10:14AM I'd go one further and go with actual class/spec role viability and balancing, something that certainly did not exist at release.