Who is who of e-sports journalism will be there. For me personally, it is almost as though I am that little kid again reading his first issue of Electronic Gaming Monthly and longing to play and write about the games about wow gold. Only this time, I am 24 and I am doing it rather than simply dreaming about it.
Blizzcon coming up means I have to step up my game over the next week. We tried me as enhancement for a couple of weeks and we did okay. Managing to win 60% of our games but still failing to gain rating. Our druid had an interesting idea. Sleaky stays Marksman spec, I spec resto and he specs balance. We went 5-5 and tanked down to 2154 as enhancement spec so I was willing to give it a shot. 86 games later, we brought up our W/L ratio to 66% and our team rating up to 2376. According to the now updated Arena Junkies Calculator we have about 300 more points to gain if we want to be "safe" about wow gold.
Being a Season 6 Gladiator shaman hero right after the patch that buffed shaman does bring down the credibility of it in some eyes. The way I see it, however, most of the shaman buffs affected 2v2 the most. So getting it in 3v3 with a weird comp will hopefully quell those accusations to get cheap wow gold (yeah, right). I agree with Affix when he says that boomkin are underrated. Bloodlusted Starfires that crit for 14k are no joke, and they have quite a bit of survivability when focused, being able to get out of most about any focus with little or no peeling from their partners.