This weekend there has been a surge of bans of people who point traded to boost personal rating. Everyone that had earned their weapons and shoulders should be rejoicing. But upon hearing many complaints from people claiming they've been punished unfairly the question arises: where do we draw the line on what's ethical, and how do we really find what is cheating?
Back in the day when a lot of competition was in form of dueling outside of Ironforge or Orgrimmar, people would make rules...
Posted 05/11/08 at 9:53 PM byYes Updated 05/12/08 at 3:43 PM byYes
Today Sky brings us an overview of recognizing and preventing burst and crowd control chains.
Shutting the Windows
Anyone who did a battleground at level 60 surely had the joy of being two-shot by an PoM-Pyro mage, or maybe even an MS warrior. Gear inflation, berserker buffs, and insufficient stamina all lead to a cavalcade of videos with people showing off high crits, quick kills, and the like. And all of this brought us to where we are today, with items granting twice...
Motivation in arena is one of the key elements to success (Along with being a warlock). Motivation leads to team unity, and team unity leads to stronger goals. My 2s partner and I have very similar goals and that's why we're able to play well together (We certainly fit the criteria Sky talked about in the last blog entry). So of course we sometimes mass game to gain experiance. Here's what happened to us two days ago.
Sky has been raiding and pvping on his paladin since season 1. Today he is giving us his advice on how to find like-minded arena partners!
So the Arena Tournament is in full swing, the forums are abuzz with activity, and your guild just spent 6 more hours wiping to the Eredar Twins. You are frustrated and annoyed, and you zone into the arena to get your 10 games in for the week. You spec MS, of course, because shield slamming the fleeing druid just doesn’t seem that...