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May 23rd 2009 8:15PM I always remember The Brave Little Tailor.
Feb 18th 2009 4:29PM I think you need to widen your definition of casual to fit WotLK. I would say, at the very least, Archavon falls in the casual category and probably Sartharion too. If you haven't done them yet, jump into a pug and give them a try. They're really short.
That said, Kalgan posted that a new boss is being added to the Vault in his giant arena post a week or so ago. If it is anything like Archavon, I would classify it on the casual side.
Jan 31st 2009 10:44AM I don't really enjoy your attempt to be a game show snob or whatever here. I've always enjoyed Wheel. Lately, I've been catching it more since it's usually on when i get home.
I see plenty of intelligent contestants doing things like solving a puzzle to get the round minimum instead of risking a spin.
Also, I have to admit that your example puzzle was on when I got home last night, and it did confuse me for a moment. I thought that the category was Before & After. I hope that last night's contestants were at least paying attention to the category.
Dec 5th 2008 6:59PM Just picked this up on my priest.
Dec 4th 2008 4:26PM This is probably slightly off-topic, but it is about It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia so I'll still mention it. The last thing said in the cold open is usually some or all of the title of that episode which is then flashed on the screen.
Dec 3rd 2008 1:57PM You've nailed it. It's a quirk of the way that poisons were buffed in 3.0. Now, you really want fast daggers for mutilate (PVE at least, I haven't followed PVP lately).
And, crit, as you mentioned, is probably a factor due to Focused Attacks procs.
Nov 14th 2008 2:54PM I feel a bit overwhelmed, but I love it. That's the fun of new stuff.
Nov 14th 2008 12:02PM Yes, please.
Nov 13th 2008 12:01PM Yes, please.
Nov 13th 2008 11:59AM Yes, please.