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Apr 2nd 2012 9:59PM I've smelled trouble for Disc since the moment the MOP trees went online-- it was clear the developers were keeping Holy mostly a viable spec and were experimenting heavily with Disc. I don't know what it is about Discipline that makes blizzard freak out, but they were broken at the start of Cata and I'm pretty sure they'll be broken at the start of MOP too.
Mar 21st 2012 4:38PM Glyph of Dark Mending: You can now cast flash heal, smite, and hopefully-another-healing-spell because druids still get to keep ALL OF THEIRS while remaining in shadow form.
Mar 16th 2012 11:16AM Question: who did you send to Irvine for the MOP event, and how pissed are they at the terrible weather we've had in SoCal this week?
Feb 5th 2012 1:08AM Q4TQ:
Can anyone explains why there's a dagger only for rogues that drops off DW in addition to a dagger that drops off Hagara? WHY would any rogue want that when they get two free 397's with a quick pickpocket? It seems like it's just taking up a loot space that other classes would rather have A LOT more.
Dec 22nd 2011 11:37AM Actually I find odd and VERY convenient uses for Mind Vision sometimes, you just have to remember that you have it. For Winter Veil I had my Draenei priest sit on a rock above Org and chain Mind-Vision off the guards, then players, then spied on the people in front of the Org AH until I could find a Blood Elf Lock (the last race/class I needed for the snowball achieve). I eventually found a lowbie who conveniently ran out out of the crowd so I could swoop in and nail her (with a snowball, you morons).
I also used it a lot when I was farming for Netherwing rep, I could use Mind Vision on all the NPCs in that cave area where the eggs spawn to see if it was worth my time running in there.
Dec 14th 2011 2:58PM This is at least 10x cooler than Blizzard's own April Fools joke. I think the only thing that could make this better is a Sassy Gay Friend.
Dec 12th 2011 6:10PM I think all the confusion around the LFR/normal changes for Ultraxion underscore an important fact: nobody has done a good guide to the differences between LFR and normal encounters.
Considering how many players are going to be trained on these bosses on LFR and might want to hop into a normal mode raid, a handy guide to "what's changed between LFR and normal" would be awesome. Vice versa would be nice since most of the strat videos are written for normals and people come in OVER-prepared for LFR encounters.
Dec 6th 2011 2:24PM I do agree that RF will probably dry up after everybody's been through it 10-100x, but then again people were still running ZG/ZA through the end of 4.2 even though we were all sick of it since that was really the only thing to do. (As a strange side note: one wing of the RF will probably turn out to take less time than a single clear through ZG/ZA).
However, I'm skeptical that Blizz would have needed to do ANY work to bring this function to older, non-cata raids. You really don't need to tune down raids players are currently outgeared for, hell, you don't even need a full raid! There's no reason Blizz couldn't put 10 players in Black Temple, Tempest Keep, or even ICC without touching the instance itself.
Dec 2nd 2011 1:28PM Question: I can't roll need on Chaos Orbs after the patch for my tailor, even though he needs them to make the Destruction recipe for Dreamcloth. What's up with that?
Oct 25th 2011 11:24AM Let's try to manage our expectations of Blizzard a little bit here guys: Blizz WANTED a Q4 2011 release for D3 and that sure as hell wasn't happening. Let's say that we'll be getting MoP earlier than the usual Fall release for an expansion-- summer. Blizz shoots for early-to-mid summer, and because they're Blizzard, ends up releasing late summer. So we end up in September instead of the usual October or November, saving us a whole month. In other words: we're not getting it THAT early, in all likelihood.
I do want to add that summer is a terrible time to release an MMO, or at least it is for me! I never have time to play games over the summer, waaaaaaaay too much going on.