I can now search for whatever role I want for my group? Holy Shock!Agreed. Now we don't gotta Whisper 'em asking what Spec they are =PThat won't change a thing unless it's required to select to join. People can type what there roll is in the notes now but they don't.I like when people whisper me asking if I'm a DPS mage.... I usually just lol in response
Would be great if you could select more than one option in LFG for dps/tank/heals. Irrelevant for lvl 80 but helpful when leveling.You can...
No info on what will the Color Blind mode do? =(
No info on what will the Color Blind mode do? =(From what I see it tells you the item level under the item, like a purple has 'Epic' under it.
Me i cant wait for dual specs for level 40 i mean who isnt but now i can be a elemental and rezto shaman now the price is kinda a problem because if i get dual spec i my not be able to get my level 60 mount
Me i cant wait for dual specs for level 40 i mean who isnt but now i can be a elemental and rezto shaman now the price is kinda a problem because if i get dual spec i my not be able to get my level 60 mountIf you are leveling, don't bother mate, hit 80, do a few raids. then once you have the money, and then do it.
What kind of thing dose that tauren do? :P I dont know that "Spell" :/
The LFG role thing is not optional, you have to select one or more to join. This is definetly going to make looking for group easier. I know that's what the note is for but nobody ever uses is, and when I put my spec there nobody reads it and still asks me.
I love it!The Gear Manager is almost exactly like Outfitter, so many of us won't need to readjust big time. And I'd love being able to just fish, queue for a BG, kick some arse, and then go back to fishing. Peacefully. Not wasting time.Almost exactly like Item Rack and any other gear swapping addons, too. Don't give Outfitter too much credit.
Would be great if you could select more than one option in LFG for dps/tank/heals. Irrelevant for lvl 80 but helpful when leveling.you can :)at least, that's the idea i got from the screenshot:http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/underdev/images/ui/lfg01.jpg
Dual spec and gear manager are the top two on my list of 'looking forward to'. They go nicely together, and I'm really happy Blizzard didn't implement dual spec without the gear manager - that would have simply forced the use of a gear addon or consumption of bag space. /clapLFG improvement are long overdue. What a horrible interface right now!Finally, I agree with an above poster about having the quest tracking configurable to a certain level. For those interested in taking theirHtime, reading the quests, following some lore, and 'adventuring' more, then we shouldn't provide a big red X on top off all the mobs they need to kill. However, for those who are less interested in that (or are leveling a fifth toon for example), then some direct "go hear and slash and burn" directions are good (as provided by some addons like QuestHelper and LightHeaded).Overall, I'm very pleased with the enhancements that have been announced and am looking forward to seeing how they're implemented.
I saw this on the World of Warcraft site, it looks awsome, but now I dread having to fight for DPS AND Tank gear with the other players. It's a pain being a noob QQWhy would you? Basically, I don't see any guild or PUG dealing with rolls any differently. First you roll for main spec and if no one needs it, you roll for offspec...Regarding the changes, the BG queue and the dualspec and Equipment Manager are wonderful. The LFG wouldn't be necessary if people bothered to write something in the notes section.I still would like to know more about the "objectives tracker" thing. We can now track one achievement at a time, much like we do with quests (5 at a time). The other two parts, I really don't know what to say about them. The first looks as though it's the same as having QuestHelper and the last one... well, I really don't know about the last one, since I usually reserve some space in the hotbars for the quest items for the dailies, so...
"Battleground Queue From Anywhere!' BEST CHANGE EVER! now it will be possible to grind those booring quests(some of them) and play in BG at one time! amazing! Im lovin' it!
I love the new LFG options... I'm going to check the healer box every time (I'm a warlock)!
Woohoo!Finally, I can set up my Mage as a tank and healer in the LFG. :P
I can now search for whatever role I want for my group? Holy Shock!Agreed. Now we don't gotta Whisper 'em asking what Spec they are =PYou never had to if the person in question would use the litle text box at the bottom of the lfg tab for exaple you could and still can put..."Resto-Looking for timed cot only-Good gear" Or "Ret pally- 3.4 dps - Know fights/has achivment"Or any little message you want to writeJust too many people are to lazy so the group leaders have to ask them, I do agree however that now that blizzard put that option right in front of you more people will use it and groups will be easier to put together (Even for people who cant read becouse its not even text its a little photo!)
Would be great if you could select more than one option in LFG for dps/tank/heals. Irrelevant for lvl 80 but helpful when leveling.you can :)at least, that's the idea i got from the screenshot:http://www.worldofwarcraft.com/info/underdev/images/ui/lfg01.jpgThat's good news :)
Im pretty excited about being able to quest while i wait for a bg que to pop and pick up questing where i left off when the bg is over.I'm a little nervous about what dual spec will do to looting "rules." I'm afraid I'll have to fight plate dps for tank gear because they are "usually a tank." However, I'm pretty excited about being able to be shadow and holy and my priest. I love both, and hate spending a fortune on respecs.
I was hoping Blizz would take pity on full bags and banks by making some separate closet-type thing to hold your gear in..The problem with this is that it would increase the database footprint for each user. 30,000 accounts per server with 5 toons each (guestimated average) with 80 bag slots each makes for 12,000,000 items to store along with everything in the "pet" and "currency" windows. It's a trade-off, we want more bag space, but we also want better performance. In this case Blizz started with a way to manage our gear, maybe later they'll let us drag around a donkey to carry all this crap.OH. Okay. At least I can totally understand that. Thank you! And also, lol. A donkey. That'd be cute.
Well aside from Dual spec, most of these changes aren't really changes at all, just popular mods being rolled into the game. They're great additions and it means less reliance on mods (less issues with patches) but it's still not as much as I'd hope regarding personal inventory.People still go to BGs?