This week we’ll take a peek at the new 31-point talent tree recently made available to the beta testers. Like other classes’ talent trees, Hunters will be seeing dozens of changes that might not entirely throw you off your aim. A lot of talents we knew are getting a complete overhaul, one reason is because of Hunters using Focus now rather than Mana, while the rest are completely removed.
Sit back, chat, watch other members beat the Lich King while you squander around the guild lounge hoping a guild tank or healer would come up before you decide to PUG ICC 10/25 (Nightmare alert!). This probably happens to most of you and your guild mates once you guys join a guild that promises green fields and butterflies on trade chat. Though these events are somehow not the fault of guild officers, guild life to some is a big “I wish I joined some other guild” story with the guild name being just a title than a community of gameplay happiness. If you haven’t noticed, I’m a bit bitter but it’s cool. Things are picking up at my guild, finally!
Some people say change is progress, that it’s the only thing in the world that is constant no matter how ironic it sounds.
Time and again, we’ve experienced and survived alot changes in World of Warcraft; patch after patch, ever since vanilla WOW. Now I’m pretty much sure everyone’s bracing for some drastic changes when the expansion arrives, so let’s drop the latest news bomb from WOW’s official site here.
Us Hunters seem to be getting some love from Blizzard too as they gave us a glimpse of what we’re gonna get in Cata, though many arrow-slingers still debate on their usefulness, we can safely say that the changes and abilities we’ll be getting is adequate.
It’s been 3 months since Patch 3.3.3 came out. Players have adjusted to the chuck-loads of bug fixes and changes. Though at first reception of the new patch was a mix of hot and cold, in the end, the players had no choice but to learn to adapt to the changes. Hey, it’s Warcraft!
And now, before we go to the much awaited expansion of World of Warcraft, Blizzard gave Wrath of the Lich King its final roar with the latest and last patch: 3.3.5.
Highlighting the patch notes released by the gaming company is the opening of the new raid dungeon instance, the Ruby Sanctum.
In World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, the Twilight Cult, under the influences of Deathwing, once again makes the world tremble in fear as it devices relentless plots and fiends that will further bring the world into utter chaos. It will be your duty to aid the Alexstrasza and her Red Drakes to destroy their base of operations and spare the world some more time and hope against the Nefarion in this new level 85 5-man dungeon: Grim Batol.
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