Jan 10th 2012 5:57PM guess what, they do that too. ever see the "5-min or less" series?
seriously, these comments are getting way to dumb
Jan 10th 2012 5:54PM I could not agree LESS
Specific guides are better than general one's. People come here to learn about all sorts of things - including class specific information. A young death knight only has to click on "death knight" under the class tab, and they will be presented with pages of information on everything from specs, rotations, and LFR class strategies. Who in their right mind wants LESS information?
If it doesn't interest you, DON'T READ IT. "Sorry WoWInsider, you're getting WAY too specific and through for my tastes."
Jan 9th 2012 4:06AM so general, bland explanations of the fights are better then specific class points of interest for often-run puggable instances?
oh hey, they have quick, general (even copy-paste-able) boss hints as a featured article too?
So specific class guides and general all-in-one info on the same website?
sounds like a fine job of reporting to me, but I'll just let you get back to taking this article out of context of the whole site . . . .
Dec 28th 2011 1:02PM you take candle?! I have gold!
Dec 23rd 2011 2:32PM flag for me plz!!
Nov 8th 2011 3:59PM Oh! I'd love a mini-shaman! I'll hug him and squeeze him and call him THRALL
Jul 14th 2011 1:54AM neither do druids!
oh wait . . .
Jun 7th 2011 6:57PM the point is that Skarr dropped the orb at triple the usual drop rate so he was often camped for that purpose. it is a "world drop" but this is one more thing that made Dire Maul interesting.
Jun 7th 2011 6:52PM well, Skarr the Unbreakable used to be a rare spawn in the arena of Dire Maul. He's since been demoted to Skarr the Broken in Feralas - he no longer drops the orb.
But he used to, at a 3% drop rate. I sold one once in vanilla for 5k gold. Was a lot back then.
Jun 7th 2011 6:11PM "That depth and complexity simply doesn't exist in World of Warcraft dungeons anymore."
Here, here. I hope Blizzard reads this. Dire Maul has always been my favorite 5-man ever for the reasons you listed. I remember doing stealth runs on my druid for fire-resist gear when my guild was tacking MC. The Librams, enchants, the faction you could earn, the rare that dropped the Orb of Deception, the key chain where you chase an imp and steal the key to the place. THE CLASS QUESTS.
Blizzard, Dire Maul was the best 5-man in the game. Please study it again and learn how fun it was.