Hidden in an otherwise bland post on the next season of pvp rewards, game designer Kalgan let slip how emblem progression is going to go for the rest of Wrath! Here’s the relevant quote:
it won’t be quite as easy to get deadly items via emblems of conquest as hateful items currently are via emblems of valor
Well, that’s interesting. So what have we learned? Continue reading Wrath Emblem Design Revealed
“Hey guys, I’M BACK”
What follows isn’t always a fanfare of trumpets for the officers of that guild.
Continue reading Return of the Mixed Blessing
My wife and I like WoW a lot. We’ve played it together for more than two years now, and have been endgame raiders for most of that time. Sometimes as many as three nights a week! There have been ups and downs, but we’re both excited about Wrath.
As new parents, we’ve learned what the hardest part is about instances and raids: no pause button.
Continue reading Raiding vs Parenting
My main is my holy priest. My raid-ready alt is a protection warrior. I like healing slightly more than tanking, but honestly I’m happy playing either. I’m also glad to pinch hit in a dps situation every now and then, because it means I have more time to enjoy my scotch.
After a lot of practice, I’ve become good enough to either heal or tank for instances, heroics, and raids. The change of pace actually keeps my overall interest level higher. When I brought my tank along for the ride, how I was helping!
Or at least, how I thought I was helping. Despite the fact that I’ve become more useful to my guild and have more fun playing the game, the social ramifications have made me wish that I hadn’t tried it in the first place. There were consequences.
Continue reading Polytoons can be Bad
Continued from yesterday’s Intro to Using PvP Gear for PvE.
(I apologize in advance for the formatting, I don’t have the patience for proper html coding.)
PvP gear is typically heavy on the following stats. I’ll explain how each matters in PvE.
Continue reading How to Read PvP Gear for PvE