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Shifting Perspectives: The joy of panic {WoW}

Apr 4th 2012 3:52AM This is really looking like the previous days where you'd macro maul or just spam shred because it had no cooldown.

is there any reason -not- to get savage defense up all of the time?

Sounds like the main people this is going to hurt is the healers, and the active mitigation model really doesn't sound that interesting or fun at all. I'll have to give it a try on the beta realms.

The Lawbringer: The warlock green fire class action lawsuit {WoW}

Mar 30th 2012 11:20AM Giving warlocks green fire sounds like such an absolutely trivial thing for them to do. I'm baffled as to why they don't!

Breakfast Topic: I don't like the word 'toon' {WoW}

Mar 30th 2012 11:16AM I've pushed you up to the top of the list of favourite columnists. Sorry, everyone who's ever written a column related to feral druids!

I consider WoW to be colourful and varied with it's palette but never at any stage do I think of it as a cartoon. Hearing a character described as a toon makes me cringe.

Shifting Perspectives: A ray of hope for druid shifting and talents in Mists of Pandaria {WoW}

Feb 18th 2012 8:27AM So I did some thinking and all I can figure is that it's for a bored healer looking for something to do. If there's a crisis with the tank dying, I can see a balance druid quickly stepping in until the actual tank's resurrected. They'd still be crit though. *shrug*

Shifting Perspectives: A ray of hope for druid shifting and talents in Mists of Pandaria {WoW}

Feb 18th 2012 8:24AM Heart of the Wild still looks absurd. I still fail to see why any druid would take up this talent and shift forms to do attacks that are still weaker than their native form's attacks. Anyone have a guess?

I thought the "use your multiple forms" stuff went away when they changed things in The Burning Crusade and removed intellect from agi leather, etc.

Shifting Perspectives: Are druid abilities getting a trim in Mists of Pandaria? {WoW}

Feb 11th 2012 9:13AM The utility is nice... when you can use it.

Want to soothe the mob you're tanking as a feral druid? You'll get minced if you do because it'll pop you out of bear form.



One of the things I would dearly love to see in MoP is being able to keep those nice effects such as the Orb of the Sin'dorei, Noggenfogger Elixir, pygmy oil potions, etc etc - to actually be retained in form. I suspect that's as likely to happen as my bars are likely to get less cluttered with abilities. And yet the only new thing I've been able to do in bear form and cat form is war stomp. Sigh.

Patch 4.3.2: Hurrah! Druid flight form physics fixed {WoW}

Feb 1st 2012 7:07PM Hooray!

I was wondering why I was no longer able to do my quick landings to speed up my digging. had no idea what had caused it to disappear - I'd assumed it was something to do with the sitting duck nerfs stopping us getting out of snares.


I think I preferred the days when patches were a bit more frequent - I hate having to wait so long for things like this and the mature language filter bug to get fixed, or for class balance changes.

Ol' Grumpy and the return of class-based quests {WoW}

Jan 26th 2012 5:34PM I completely agree with the comments about the legendary questlines - I came in here to post about this very thing.

Does anyone who's not an owner of a legendary from 4.2 actually know who Tarecgosa is, or why Kalecgos, the blue dragonflight etc are here? Who that tree was, or why there's a dead dragon who lives in a staff??

Similarly, do any non-rogues know where these fancy daggers are from?

If rogue representation is so low then giving them an exclusive legendary questline is both contradictory and frustrating. The average raid was all but guaranteed to have an eligible caster for Tarecgosa. Not everyone's running around with a rogue in their raid.

And as far as exclusivity goes, these rogue quests are the worst. I love stories, and I feel like I'm missing out on a significant chunk of what's supposed to be on offer.

Profanity filters, homophobic slurs, and Blizzard's shaky relationship with the LGBT community {WoW}

Jan 25th 2012 10:41AM Adding fag/faggot to the censor list doesn't seem the right course of action, lest you tread the slippery slope of "well xxxxx word is considered offensive in my country and I demand you add it".

Some kind of customisable filter list sounds like a good way to go. Stick it on the social window as another tab and let people maintain it like they do an ignore list. Sounds like the way to go to me?

Me, I just play the game without caring what the sexual orientation of my guild/LFR/LFD members is. If someone says something I consider offensive, then I report it/ignore them and move on. I think this thread's dominated by societal issues, and not necessarily World of Warcraft/Blizzard issues.

Shifting Perspectives: 2011 for feral druids {WoW}

Jan 2nd 2012 9:59AM This post was supposed to be a response to a reply to my earlier post - so it probably looks horribly out of context to the um, much celebrated commenting system. :) I completely agree - things started out horrendously - got better - but then got a little worse again too.

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