Every race comes with its own set of “racials” that gives you combat bonuses as well as other perks, but not many people realize that there are undocumented perks you also get depending on whether you choose a male character or a female character. I’ll go through all the races now and let you know which gender you should choose to get the most out of your DPS.
Sorry about the long downtime folks, I would have been home a lot sooner but I got distracted during the drive back.
A word to the wise: skip this place. I sampled water from just about every portion of that bay and absolutely NONE of it was whiskey.
Anyways, last week some Twitter people datamined the new Tier 13 set bonuses and there are some very interesting conclusions to be made for druids. Here’s what they were able to find:
The most glorioush holiday in all of Azeroth is upon ush… hic! Coren Direbrew is not the pushover you once remember him ash though. There are some intereshting fight mechanics that I will be covering today through a series of picturesh… hic!
Click through to see the gallery.
(Edit: I took out the shitty WordPress gallery and just slapped all the pics on the page, sorry if it’s huge!)
(Edit 2: that’s what he said)
A lot of people say to me “Aldous, it’s not fair that Hunters and Warlocks and Mages and Death Knights and Shamans all get permanent pets that they can keep out with them in combat while we get absolutely nothing at all!” to which I reply “Actually, I think the plural of Shaman is just Shaman and I’m not sure that they do have a pet like that, but nobody cares about Shamans so forget that noise and come listen to me as I tell you about the wonderful world of Vanity Pets!”
“Vanity Pets are just like the pets that all of those other classes have, but they are much smaller and much weaker. In order to compensate for this downfall, they cannot be killed in combat. That’s right, they are 100% immune to all boss mechanics. Adding a vanity pet to your arsenal is one of the best ways to up your DPS if you’re as focused on min/maxing as I am.”