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Jan 8th 2012 2:11PM "a couple of times a week SINCE early december" I should have said. It's still ongoing.
Jan 8th 2012 2:08PM Regarding Johnny.ramos's, the same thing has happened to me about a couple of times a week early december, and also to my brother and another friend that lives in a city nearby. First time it happened I changed my e-mail password as instructed, updated my antivirus and then checked my pc for virus (none was found), then logged in and changed my password. Then when it started to happend on a weekly basis I stopped loggin in on my computer at work, I just used my home pc; it was no use, same thing happened, reset password about twice a week on average. My friend does not have an authenticator but I do, and own it since last july.
The only thing that regularly changes on my system is the internet connection IP. For some reason our internet providers (they are different providers by the way, mine and my friend's) have variable IP: every time I connect they give you a new IP. But that is not new, it's been like that since the beggining when I bought my account about a year and a half ago, and never had a problem before.
Aug 22nd 2011 10:10AM I use to tank on my prot warrior, and when I do PuGs (not very often) I tend to do exactly that, class calling instead of namecalling. See it from my perspective: you enter a PuG, you have to quickly scan your roster to see what classes are present and what type of CC you have, you have to know the CC pretty well (are you a moron, tank? you can't hibernate a human), mark the mobs accordingly and usually tell the players what to do so that that mob doesn't end up sapped and trapped while this other one is running around with a meaningless mark atop it's head. All this while on this side a hunter is pulling a pack using misdirection (hopefully) while I'm still busy explaining stats, or that rogue is getting in trouble already while the healer is respeccing.
So yeah, name calling is not on top of my list, and if you just call me warrior then I really don't mind at all, in fact I will appreciate it.
Aug 7th 2011 9:59AM Ask Mr Robot seems to favor highly parry and dodge instead of mastery, for prot warriors, although following your advice I go the other way, I put mastery first and parry and dodge latter. Is that the way to go or I'm doing it pretty bad?
Mar 27th 2011 9:33AM Excelent post, as usual, I eagerly await your weekly column, it's fun and informative even for a lvl 85 tank (that still has to learn a lot of tricks, though). I'm looking forward to your next week column, as I am struggling with the hit/expertise issue now, and how to balance the avoidance with the threat.
Updated info on how dodge/parry dimisihing returns work would be awesome too, as I have found extremely hard to work out how that works, and how it interacts now with mastery.