So, my raid group broke up a while ago because of attendance issues and I can't really find a new group, so I think I'm going to be focusing more on PvP with my Shaman and SPriest. I've started doing it recently and found it pretty fun. Even since I'ms till building my PvP set, Gishy can steal take down a couple enemies before eventually falling. It's even better in Resto because Mastery is just awesome. Then my SPriest is still 44, but loving the lower-level BGs. Yesterday I finished an hour of BGs and won almost all of them.
Just wondering, how does an spriest PvP efficiently? I'm pulling out some really solid damage and being a pretty good offensive/strategic player but I always seem to run out of mana by my 3rd or 4th kill in a row. Maybe it's just because my mana at these lower levels tends to run short but I found myself having to wand a few people down quite a few times last night.
I've heard priests are super mana intensive. I assume it only gets better the more you level.
But really, my priest chugs mana. I think it's just a priest thing until you get the mix of spirit to sustain yourself, and higher abilities with mana conservation (I can only assume they have something ;;)
Yeah, as far as WoW activity goes there isn't much exciting things right now. Like Tay said, I've taken a back seat as far as raiding -- I only PUG up whenever I have nothing else to do that day; no progression for me for a while. The main reason is because it's Summer time now and my guild is off on their vacations and other things that they don't need Warcraft to entertain them with right now. I'm only on to play around in battlegrounds really.
Come August I might be back in the swing of things and might have a raid group for more progression (I'd love to get out of 2/8H and finally down Ultrax; it's kind of embarrassing not to have downed that yet), but I don't know about right now.
I think I'm pre-ordering Mists soon. I don't think there will be a physical Collectors Edtion.
When I think of it, why advertise a "collectors' edition" when you can't get a physical copy to actually collect? Like, isn't the point to have a wall of these special collectors' boxes to show off, anyway?
It usually just comes with a special ingame pet. I don't think you get much besides a bigger box but I can't recall.
Not even a more fancy looking one?
I could've sworn the Collectors' Edition D3 box was like white and gold or something rather than the black and red like the standard edition one. Or maybe that was limited--?