Sep 22nd 2010 5:40PM There is an easter egg to view your character as a murloc. First go to the home screen. Select "Help". Then choose "About". Shake your phone and a NES controller will appear. Enter the Konami code (up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A).
The app will then say that Murky mode has been enabled and when you view your characters they appear as murlocs and you can choose the dancing animation to watch it dance!
Mar 23rd 2009 4:30PM Thanks for the tip about merging with your Battle.net account. Worked like a charm.
Mar 20th 2009 2:30PM Well hopefully applying for a guild is something you don't have to do often. Also, the time spent actually writing your app will be made up for and then MUCH MORE once you're in a guild that doesn't screw around and waste your time by failing during raiding. Guilds that don't require applications, especially "raiding" guilds, usually end up crappy because they literally have no standards.
Mar 19th 2009 4:46PM Wow this is a really great idea!
Nov 4th 2008 2:25PM I hope so, that would make the extended maintenance worth it!
Aug 6th 2008 3:33AM Sounds like that someone in your guild wanted an excuse to clean out your guild bank.
May 27th 2008 9:33PM This comment demonstrates exactly why guilds don't want immature teenagers. Calling the author a douche over this article? Honestly, you need to recognize when someone is giving good advice instead of launching into a tirade against "the 18+ establishment".
I would tell you to save the drama for your mama, but she doesn't deserve it since she's probably busy folding your tightie whities and cutting the crust off your bread.
Apr 5th 2008 9:54PM Well for one, getting hit capped would probably not require sacrificing 12.46% crit rating. In my experience you'd be sacrificing perhaps around 4%. Of course if someone theoretically had like 75% crit and 0 spell hit they would do more damage than someone hit capped with very little spell damage or crit, but those types of gear situations simply don't happen in game.
Also I am not sure which procs you are talking about. The clearcasting talent in the arcane tree procs whenever you *hit* something, so it actually procs more with +hit. I can think of a couple trinkets that proc when you crit, but remember that if you can't hit, you can't crit, and in real world situations, you'll crit more by prioritizing spell hit.