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In Topic: Why don't you have a Girlfriend Junkie?

03 February 2016 - 11:18 PM

View PostTwaenkz, on 03 February 2016 - 07:44 PM, said:

What a juicy life, not all good but, the most exiciting thing ive done is opened 3 legendaries in 1 pack on hearthstone and worst thing is probably fucking a girl I regret so hard cuz she was ugly

You shouldn't really regret for having sex with an "ugly" girl. Think of it as you did a favor to her. She got to be with you, you guys had fun and now you're paying for child support.

In Topic: Why don't you have a Girlfriend Junkie?

03 February 2016 - 12:52 PM

You go pharrelle, make all these fuckboys on AJOT proud.

In Topic: Can we buff hpal please?

01 February 2016 - 01:14 PM

If you're deep into dampening, yeah, everyone runs into those problems.

Paladins are not a "survivability" healer, more like a cooldown healer (that's why you play them in melee cleaves > pop shit > kill shit).

Also, while you're at it, make sure that you have Sacred Shield on the target, you're not overlapping WoG passive wall unless absolutely needed and if the enemy team is bursting... kite/LoS for crying out loud.

In Topic: Class for PvP

31 January 2016 - 02:24 PM

Well, you're in the wrong section, that's for sure, but I'll answer your question nevertheless.

If you have time and friends who are willing to put up with your learning curve, go for whatever you want. In the sense, if you're looking for sustained damage, your best options are: Warlock, Warrior and current Combat Rogue.

Warlock has a long learning curve and a high skill cap, it can be frustrating to play in most comps as you are usually the train target (let's face it, most comps this season are melee cleaves).

Warrior is the easiest to play if you're not looking into dabbling too much with class mechanics for rotation. Charge > Colossus Smash > Mortal Strike (while switching to Def Stance) is pretty easy to learn. If they are training you, spam Whirlwind like there's no tomorrow. The only problem you'll have is meleeing Russians... literally.

Combat Rogue has the perks of all Rogues, namely, some cooldown and buff management, however, they have access to pretty much everything as well as providing constant damage with occasional control. Learning curve is "okayish", however, you have to be fast on fingers and usually play "reflexively".

Hope this helps.

In Topic: I found this rather interesting on reddit

24 January 2016 - 01:27 PM

Damn, Blizzard knows all about my sexual adventures in Goldshire.