meditation is good fer yer health!
DUDE YOU SUCK! BM HUNTERS EXIST LIVE WITH IT.now then that is off my chest. I love your show.great scotish accent. I like it
as always i enjoyed the shop but a british accent is not a Cockney accent and you realy should never do that again, and it sounded as if you went a bit New york-ish thereas to the question of Should I change race to increase my DPS? the answer to this question should always be NO! if your guild tells you to race change then you should leave that guild and find a better one as when alls said and done WOW is a game and games are ment to be fun, if it was a job and you where been payed for it then your guild could ask you to Race change.CWR
great show liked it as alwaysbut leave the accents behindas you've got an British audience even slightly wrong will annoy us.oh and Cockney is a British accent(as is Scottish) personally I've a Yorkshire accent
(( 20 minute episode! Do we get that again? We certainly don't mind to see more of you *g* as long as YOU are comfortable with spending that amount of time for it ))I am a Tauren Rogue... oh sorry, that was a Freudian slip. I am a Tauren HUNTER, which means I have no possibility for damage increase as part of my race. To balance my nonexisting racial damage increase, I run two regular professions. And I do a lot of testing, theorycrafting and generally cracking my skull to beat others with the possibility to be better than me due to their race.IF I had chosen to be in a hardcore raiding guild from the start, I would not have selected Tauren, and not signed up on the server I am currently playing.So from that point of view, no I would not change race to do more damage. If a guild demands that from me, then THEY should pay me the transfer because I want to stay Tauren, besides the fact I will heavily reconsider joining that particular guild. I do not pay for something I do not want as long as I have the choice.
I think my comment was read more into than what I wrote, so let me clarify: I'm not saying that the specific rogue in the video should have to race change. That really depends on his guild and his financial situation, which we know nothing about, so I'm not making any judgments of him; his situation just made me think about the issue in general: race-changing for higher potential.The act of earning money is essentially trading your time and effort for cash. So you'll trade your time and effort for materials or gold in-game to maximize your raiding potential and be fine with that, but trading time and effort for cash which is then spent on a one-time race-change is not okay? I realize it's a larger investment of time - or is it? Say you earn $8 an hour, that's just over 3 hours of work for a one-time deal. How much total time have you invested in farming gold or materials for consumables or re-enchanting gear?@SinespeYou bring up a good point, the undead racials aren't useless. But consider that troll berserking has a 3 minute cooldown, which lines up with many other class cooldowns like feral berserking or combat adrenaline, you can pop them at the same time (even time all of that with bloodlust) and that 20% haste just became much more powerful. Trolls also have beast slaying, which is situational but powerful. There's no doubt that undead have the short end of the stick for PvE racials.I'm not saying that all guilds can expect you to race change no problem, but if you're in a progression-pushing hardcore guild I don't think it's unreasonable to be asked to do it. Hell, entire guilds have server transferred before and that's also $25.
Oh yeah me and this other guild merged 'n it went great it was fine there's nothing wrong with guild merges at all!
hahah loved the british accent! =) You need to do this on EVERY esp.