Hunter 101: is a series posts on The Hunting Lodge for the Hunter that is just starting out or is now returning back to the class. Each week we will review how you can help improve your skill playing a Hunter in WoW. So grab a desk, class is about to start.
I’m starting to think that the new crop of hunters don’t truly appreciate their pet. This is really sad because even if you’re Marksmanship or Survival, you’re pet is free DPS. (Okay, maybe not entirely free, you still need to feed it sometimes.)
While browsing the official forums this morning, I came across a very interesting thread discussing raid DPS and how the performance of the various top-DPS specs for each class compare across the first bosses of Icecrown Citadel and Trial of the Crusader (25-Man versions). The purpose of the compilation of this data was to illuminate the disparity between the performance of various classes in an attempt to identify weaknesses that Blizzard could potentially fix to bring about balance across the board.
My happy WoW life will soon be disrupted by the real world: I start a new job next week. While it’s obviously a good thing, it will also bring something not-so-good – less sleep if I want to continue raiding and much less play time in general. With that in mind, I’ve taken advantage of my last days of freedom to accomplish as much as possible, and it’s been going well. Although I couldn’t finish 2009 with a ding, Shiny hit 80 in the evening of January 1st 2010, making her my 4th level 80 character. Not a bad start for a WoW year, I’d say.
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Woohoo, 2010 opened with a big bang for the Red Devils as we easily put Deathbringer Saurfang down for the count! We started with our first attempt as we had before, tanking him on the portal and attempting to knock the bloodbeasts off the ledge. This time, the skybreaker had despawned leaving open space where it once stood and we were hopeful our knockbacks would push them into open air. This turned out not to be the case, and the beasts hit an invisible wall allowing them to return to battle.
Welcome to 2010, I hope you had a pleasant holiday season and I’d like to welcome you back to what is undoubtedly going to be yet another exciting year of random oddball posts over here at noobding.
Christmas came early for WoW players with the introduction of Icecrown Citadel’s new dungeons. And after the patch day blues which made many of us expose ourselves to sunlight, we have ourselves some new dungeons.
And these new dungeons hurt. Stay away from the Heroic versions if your group is still dressed in their Northrend green and blue suits.
The ICC 5-mans drop epic gear but the dungeons demand a lot more from the players unlike the Trial of the Champion. Everything hits hard, especially in the Halls of Reflection. And there’s no skipping this dungeon line until you’ve attuned yourself, starting from Dalaran.
I’ve had the Oculus come up twice now since the cross-realm Pug-Fest began.
On the first visit our Healer was shot out of the sky by Dragons and dropped group. The Paladin dropped group. The Rogue said “Re-Queue” and then dropped group. As did the last of them. “What the hell.”
Last night was my 2nd visit. This is after the “changes” were made. One notable change with the “personal loot bag” you get.
s always a good thing to farm when leveling a new pet. By the time my Lava Dog hits 80, I should have enough in the freezer to last me through ’til Cataclysm.
Leveling a Holy Paladin only using the Looking for Dungeon Tool
I’ve never done a blogroll spotlight before but this one had me so intrigued I felt it deserved a post of its own. Now for some twisted reason I very much enjoy reading other peoples experiences (especially when it goes oh so bad) in dungeons and raids and I have a feeling that quite a few Hots & Dots readers are partial to these stories as well.
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