Been a little while since we reached into the old mailbag to see what’s what. So, shall we?
With Mists of Pandaria coming I’m not sure who my main is anymore. I love my Holy Priest and raid healing…but my Forsaken Warlock is a lot of fun now too! What to do?
It depends on your approach with Mists. Keep in mind, the raids require doing them in order to unlock the next and the first won’t be right away (if I understand correctly). So getting your healer to 90 might not be as vital as you think. Plus, if your Priest isn’t dual-spec’d into something that can hand out damage, it’s going to be tedious outside of dungeon healing. If you want to explore the new land more than the new dungeons, I’d say the Warlock…and that’s coming from a guy who’s highest ‘Lock is 14.
With the Yak expected to be 120,000 gold I need to make some money fast, as it has become “my precious.” Suggestions please!
This is where gathering professions are going to excel. The first week people will be shooting for World First and server first. Engineers, Alchemist, Scribes, and Blacksmiths who don’t have the proper gathering professions will be snatching the mats up left and right. Jewelcrafters will be looking for Ore as well so they can max and work on new cuts. As such, don’t even level when Mists launches. Just go straight to farming and park a toon near an Auction House and mail the mats to them. Also, Scribes can expect to rake in the gold in the early stages with all the new changes to Glyphs that are coming. Druids alone have more fun Glyphs than you can count to.
I’m more of a solo player, but in an effort to improve on my gear I’ve tried to do a few random dungeons. Needless to say, the experience was miserable. You seem to have mixed results when you talk about dungeon groups, is there ANY way to make things more enjoyable?
Well, I’d ignore the idiots for starters. One of the biggest positive moves I find is when I’m in a dungeon with a class/spec for the first time, I tell the group that right out of the gate. Particularly as a tank or healer, and it’s rare that I have problems. Having said that, the best groups you can possibly run with (and hey, I’m biased) are the Laid Back Raids that I organize one night a weekend, and Laid Back Dungeons that Shoryl puts together Wednesday nights. It’s too casual for us to worry, and everyone is always more than happy to help.
I plan to roll a Troll Monk when the new expansion launches, as they’ve already got the Capoeira dance going. I’m completely blank on a name though…help?
You mean besides Vudufu? As cheesy as that one is, it popped into my head right away and I actually like it. Put emphasis on the middle syllabel and it really could be a Troll name. Even worse pun names could be Kigya and Bootadahead. Those really bad ones aside, it depends what you’re looking for. Obviously I wouldn’t recommend either on an RP server or if you’re playing a character rather than just a toon. Spearfist is nickname-y and fits the Trolls, as might Frenzyfist. Honestly, I like Vudufu. Kick me 20g if you use it.
Posthumous started out really good but did you have to make him gay?
Alistair, is this you? Last time I checked the calendar it was 2012, not 1912. I didn’t “make” the character anything. He loved someone. It shouldn’t matter whether it was a man or a woman, the point was that he felt he found his soulmate. I’m not about to explain the role of the Alistair character because I think part of it would be lost in this discussion. If you choose to keep reading, so be it. If the main character’s possible sexuality discerns you that much then I’m sorry for you. I really am.
Quite the mixed bag this go around. Positive or negative, I always appreciate you taking the time to write me. If you’ve got a question, hit me up at email@example.com.