Maybe I should ask, "What could make you play as a healer?" because I recently healed a dungeon run in World of Warcraft on my Paladin and I couldn't wait to run back to Retribution and never look back.
There's always one of those fights in an expansion, something that no matter how often you beat the boss just feels off.
Let's face it.
Every game has to think about its ludonarrative options -- the way its gameplay is used to tell a story vs.
While doing a recent Ulduar run, the conversation turned to the atmosphere of the raid.
The Battle of Dazar’alor has arrived, and the raiding has begun in earnest.
We're a day into the Battle of Dazar'alor and it feels like a really solid raid.
The Battle of Dazar'alor raid launches in just under two weeks!
For me, it's a toss up between Blackwing Lair, original flavor Karazhan, Icecrown Citadel, and Tomb of Sargeras for the title of Ultimate Raid -- the raid that to me sums up what I love the most about raiding, the one that distills the whole experience down to its essentials.
One thing I absolutely hate about World of Warcraft is when I do an activity and I get nothing for it.