Mar 5th 2008 6:42PM Nobody said whether the feedback was intellectual or not. Nice try, though.
Feb 26th 2008 3:01PM What, your resilience reduces mana gained from life tap? That sounds like a terrible idea. The more resilience a warlock has, the less effective his/her lifetap is? Name one other class that has an ability that gets worse the more resilience they have. If anything, they should make it so that the more resilience you have, the less life you lose from life tap. It starts out large, then with more resil, you lose less life. Easy.
Feb 25th 2008 4:22PM So, you want us to not complain about a change we don't like. How will Blizz know we disapprove of what they're doing? Wait for it to go live, then complain and wait for them to come out with a new patch? You're right, it hasn't affected us, and we don't want it to.
Feb 20th 2008 10:09PM An interesting look at "Lets imagine everyone has unlimited talent points" PvP.
Feb 19th 2008 12:27PM Neither. Go Transmute!
Feb 14th 2008 10:56AM The potential to laugh, maybe, but I seriously doubt anyone did.
Second of all, try playing an end-game warlock to understand how amazing the change to Ritual of Summoning is before you let your words dribble out of your mouth. Imagine, if you will, a world where mage ports could only be used if there were two people who clicked on the portal at its destination. That would mean every time you wanted to port someone, you had to already have 2 people there. Ridiculous, right? Ridiculously inconvenient. That's not a nerf to mages, just to every other class, right? I think we're both glad that we don't live in that world. With these summoning changes, raids no longer have to have people out by a summoning stone to summon people, then have a warlock summon them again once they get their lazy behinds in the instance. In fact, I would say the change puts a warlock's summon spell right on par with a mage's portals.
Imparush - please take the time to read your posts before you hit "Add Your Comments". That way, other readers will be able to understand you and provide feedback. Thank you.
Feb 6th 2008 10:30AM I love it how people keep suggesting that using a Mac will keep you safe. It speaks volumes about how they didn't take the time to read the previous comments and don't know what they're talking about. It gives me the freedom to never have to read any of their comments. Thank you.
Jan 30th 2008 10:14AM That, of course, is a picture of a warlock talent tree.
Dec 31st 2007 1:51PM Being neither an officer nor a GL, I feel that the other members of the guild have just a responsibility to respect every other guild member's choice (or officer, or GL) of what they are doing. Unless the guild has a mandatory raid attendance policy, I think any given player has the right to do other things, either IRL or in game, and for others to have unrealistic expectations is selfish in the other direction.
In the example of someone's buddies calling from the bar, the other point of view is like a bunch of guys hanging out calling their friend, whom they know is out on a date with is significant other, and yelling at him to go play wow.