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#3693271 serennia ebay?

Posted snizzyy on 26 April 2012 - 12:21 AM

Is he coming back to play with swarm?


#3689046 postgame tryhards hall of fame

Posted Donald on 20 April 2012 - 02:12 AM

View Posttimbers512, on 20 April 2012 - 02:10 AM, said:

umm jahmillz rezzes are pretty consistant ive seen him do it a couple times on spriest and shaman so its not 99.9%
you must suck then, stop letting ppl get rezzes off you trashcan

and yeah, it probly still is 99.9%. 1/1000 i mean wow good job, it was worth those other 999 failed attempts and wasted time.


#3689024 postgame tryhards hall of fame

Posted Donald on 20 April 2012 - 01:47 AM

reply with any other tryhards you guys know of and a note to go with them, if you can think of one. these are the players who get asked by their teammates (who have already left the game theyve lost) "why cant i q? will you just leave that game?" and they say "no im staying, i dont leave arena! never surrender!"

first inductees:
- jahmilli - the rezzer try hard, will try to coordinate with his team mate that's still alive every single game to try to get a rez off
- feorblade - kill his monkey pet, dont let him dismiss
- talbadar - usually just mind flays until he dies, idk why he doesnt just leave like a normal person
- "Every single rogue who has ever played the game since recuperate"
- "samx"
- "Every warlock"
- "EVERY FUCKEN FERAL DRUID"

inb4 "never leave, you never know what can happen!" yeah within reason, if theres a counterkill coming - whatever. but there is a 99.9% chance if you stick around youre wasting your time.


#3680175 Reckful has found a new occupation!

Posted aquatics on 08 April 2012 - 05:57 AM




#3620755 Season 9 MMR

Posted Belligerent on 21 January 2012 - 09:17 PM

NO!!!! CY@ DIED A LONG TIME AGO. KEEP IT DEAD.


#3597155 @ Thricton & Shit spriest

Posted Fadezz^ on 24 December 2011 - 02:06 AM

View PostCordisowns, on 23 December 2011 - 08:44 PM, said:

You guys suck eh? 2-0
Beat by best 13yrold shaman US
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I just wanted to say congrats on the win, and thanks for letting us all see this prestigious achievement


#3597173 @ Thricton & Shit spriest

Posted Imsasquatch on 24 December 2011 - 02:32 AM

damn this guys good


#3595487 Shinaniganz starting to stream

Posted Shinanigans on 22 December 2011 - 08:57 AM

Hey guys I just finished setting up a stream with minimal lag so I'm planning to start streaming Arenas and RBG's on my Mal' Ganis and Shadowmoon Warlocks and DK alt.

http://www.twitch.tv/shin22


#3595267 [US] Rated Battlegrounds - Season 11

Posted Ellonija on 22 December 2011 - 04:54 AM

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awesome game


#3594781 How to Become a Gladiator - Introduction

Posted Guest on 21 December 2011 - 08:27 PM

Why should you become a Gladiator?

First of all, let me introduce myself. My name is Rodney "Talbadar" Pare, and I've been a member of the Arenajunkies community for a long time. I've gotten Gladiator on a priest from Season 3 through Season 10, and I've  participated in multiple MLGs and Blizzcon 2010/2011 3v3 Arena Tournaments. Arenajunkies has asked me to help write a guide on how any player can improve and become a prestigious Gladiator. This guide will be written over the coming weeks and will include a lot of content on a variety of topics going over what it takes to become a Gladiator. Before we go over any specifics - let's ask ourselves a very important question: Why should I want to become a Gladiator?

Let's face it, most players don't try to become Gladiators just to have those sweet blue (or red!) helmets
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Players try to get Gladiator because they know that being a Gladiator means that they are one of the most prestigious WoW players.


Benefits of being a Gladiator

-You're known and recognized as a great player in the long term, regardless of your class, spec, gear or current season.
Most active players know what the Gladiator title means. It means you spent hours and hours playing on a top notch team and succeeded against other top players in arena. It doesn't matter what composition you played or what bracket of arena you played in - everyone will know that you are a better player than the rest. Players will send you messages on your Gladiator characters asking for tips and even recognize your alts.

-You're better at PvE. You have good situational awareness, you do more DPS, more healing, tank better and get invited to more advanced guilds.
If you went through the narrow victories, crushing defeats and learning experiences of becoming a Gladiator, then other players will know that you have great potential. Playing the game at a high level of arena or PvE requires many of the same basic concepts: good positioning, good situational awareness, high DPS, good healing, good communication and good listening skills. Having a Gladiator title will allow you to raid with better players and get invited to top-tier guilds on your server.

-You obtain the best of the best PvP Gear and receive rare and respected titles/mounts.
Gladiators wear the best PvP gear available. Gladiators who play throughout the season will not only have the best PvP gear, but they will have it faster than everyone else. Gladiators also have access to the tier 2 PvP gear with different skins and higher item level weapons. And last but certainly not least Gladiators get the 'Gladiator' title to show off to other players as well as the exclusive mount that can only be obtained once for each season of arena.




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A prestigious Gladiator Epic Flying Mount

-Gladiators get to play with other Gladiators.
If you've obtained the Gladiator title then other Gladiators and maybe even Rank 1 players will want to play with you. You don't have to go searching for partners not knowing if they are as good as they say - good players will come to you!

-You have fun with your team and win more arenas and battlegrounds.
Gladiators have more fun because they know what to do in PvP and make less mistakes. When you make less mistakes you win more often and when you win more often you have more fun. Gladiators also win more fights in battlegrounds which can lead to faster honor and quicker victories.

Now that you understand what the benefits are to being a Gladiator let's go over what this post is all about!

What is the 'How to Become a Gladiator' Series?

Each week a new article (maybe even video!) will be released giving you, the players, insight on how to become a better player. We, the Arenajunkies Content Management Team, will go over topics including (but not limited to):
  • Keybindings and UI suggestions
  • Findings teammates to stick with
  • Communication and constructive criticism
  • Target swapping
  • What to do when 'X' happens in arena
  • Positioning as a healer, melee, or caster on all maps
  • Much more!
Even experienced Gladiators will want to read this series as we build a strong foundation for all players to work towards. With the upcoming season and MMR reset, you will want to follow along as everyone starts fresh and increase your chances of achieving Gladiator this season and seasons coming.

I'd like to conclude the first article of the Gladiator series with this final statement. You don't have to be a Gladiator to want to improve and become a better player in World of Warcraft. However, players who want to improve and become a better player should strive to become a Gladiator. Why? Because there are so many difficult aspects of the game you will learn by becoming a Gladiator that will make you a stronger player. You will learn about: better positioning, better keybindings, better macros, better DPS rotations, what to do when you get counter-spelled, what to do when your healer gets controlled, how to coordinate with your partners, how to find partners, what setups to run, how to communicate, how to take constructive criticism, when to swap targets and many more essential topics. How do you become a Gladiator, you ask? You'll find out more next week!

Also be sure to follow ArenaJunkies on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date!


#3586229 Hi,rampage,any old illidan players know me?

Posted Conradical on 14 December 2011 - 10:51 AM

You need to hit the spacebar after you use a period or a comma.


#3582167 NAO Invitational Live Stream

Posted GLopez on 10 December 2011 - 09:46 PM

A Shadowplay with a Restoration Druid just beat RMP. :lol:

Shouri is incredible. :)


#3577636 r1 reset teams

Posted Donald on 07 December 2011 - 05:48 PM

View Postfaction, on 07 December 2011 - 03:33 PM, said:

doesnt the op like constantly post about how he hates people being "elitist" and how "titles mean nothing"
its funny to me to see what blizz does to players i know or know of, so i made this thread. its hard to assign worth when theres so much dispute at the end of every season, and when blizz raffles off a r1 like in rampage 3v3. basically playing the ladders at the end of the season for titles is a whole different skill set than actually being good at arena combat.


#3577068 r1 reset teams

Posted Tosan on 07 December 2011 - 07:33 AM

Hahahah, don't worry Jonathan we've all been there......like one time my dog ate my taco, I was so pissed, ripped his dog house apart.


#3577132 r1 reset teams

Posted Pradafiend on 07 December 2011 - 09:03 AM

View Postzephah, on 07 December 2011 - 06:18 AM, said:

god forbid you have the attention span to read for 15 seconds on a forum

I don't yet you gave me a tldr like 2 days ago :)




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