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Breakfast Topic: 'Every female WoW player has healed at least once' {WoW}

Mar 12th 2012 5:28PM Leave it to a woman to get offended by "sweeping generalizations".


xD

Lichborne: Useful consumables your death knight should stock {WoW}

Feb 7th 2012 5:34PM You work for WoW Insider. There's no excuse for you not to have AdiBags.

I'm telling McCurley.

Blood Sport: How to get started in Arenas {WoW}

Jan 18th 2012 5:35PM Great article, I'm sure it'll help many PvP newbies. (I'm a bit of a PvP newbie myself, hehe.) Those guys in the video, they're just ridiculous. When I first started I quickly realized I wouldn't ever have the skill required to be on a team like that. :P

Oh well, I can dream... and watch videos...

Breakfast Topic: What's your naming methodology? {WoW}

Jan 9th 2012 5:02PM I've had this great idea to name each of my characters after a different limb or appendage. Foot, Arm, Head, Leg, etc. However as I already have 10 level 30+ toons and Blizzard doesn't offer a sort of account wide name change, I haven't been able to execute it. :(

Shifting Perspectives: Feral tactics for Well of Eternity and Hour of Twilight {WoW}

Jan 8th 2012 10:07PM Rogues aren't by any means a small part of the playerbase. And I've never seen a rogue column similar to this article. I'm just saying, he could be telling us something more helpful/useful.

Shifting Perspectives: Feral tactics for Well of Eternity and Hour of Twilight {WoW}

Jan 8th 2012 6:24PM I don't mean this to bash you or be disrespectful, but articles like this, detailing fights in the new heroics for a certain spec, aren't really helpful to much of anyone. The heroics themselves are not hard at all, and you don't need an intimate knowledge of any of the fights in any of them to be successful. I can definitely understand the site publishing an article detailing the mechanics of the new heroics for everyone, which I think it has, but having another entire article about the same thing just with a feral slant is, quite frankly, a waste of an article when you could be writing about something more helpful or interesting. It helps a very small amount of people and I just think you could be giving us something better. (Again, I don't mean to be rude or disrespectful because I know you worked hard on this and it is your column.)

Reader UI of the Week: Ring in the new year with something basic {WoW}

Jan 3rd 2012 6:05PM @Silvarna-

It's putting total addon memory at about 10mb. I actually have closer to 20, but the other ones weren't relevant. Also, the meter doesn't really distract me during the fight anyway.

Reader UI of the Week: Ring in the new year with something basic {WoW}

Jan 3rd 2012 5:46PM Thanks for the suggestion. :D

Reader UI of the Week: Ring in the new year with something basic {WoW}

Jan 3rd 2012 5:26PM First, it's incredibly awesome to check WI and see your UI featured. Thanks for using it, Mat.

I only use so much space for the damage meter because, well, I didn't have much else to put there and I was just filling the space. I thought the bottom bar was a bit too big myself but I decided to make sure everything fit on there nicely before I went back and changed it. Now that everything is on there I still think it is too big but it doesn't bother me and I'm too lazy to move around and resize everything again. I play on a pretty big screen so it really isn't a huge issue (for me).

Addon Spotlight: Errormonster and a mailbag {WoW}

Sep 1st 2011 7:56PM So these tooltip addons... I've heard of them, but I want to know- Do they drastically alter the format and look of the tooltips- or do they just add/remove different information and let you move them?

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