why did the chicken cross the road?
Mana Burn now has a 3 second cooldown.
One of the most requested guides has finally arrived!
was bored so i made a graph showing why its harder to break away from the pack and distinguish yourself as a top player in cata compared to previous expansions
The straight black line shows the average skill increase of players in arena over time (naturally this is bound to increase). The dark black line shows the average level of the top players overtime, showing it was very easy to be far above average in TBC even though the skillcap was lower than that of wotlk. The issue with cata arises when the overall skillcap decreases while the average player skill continues to increase. Well… that and the fact that blizzard can’t balance their game, amirite?
not to sound cocky but this clip is far beyond anything anyone has ever witnessed. it shits all over hydra7 8 and 9 put together and rubs bubble gum in their hair
While I say return, it would be more accurate to say it never really went away; Blizzard merely obfuscated it to make it harder to co-ordinate.
The new method is extremely simple, however it’s tedious to perform and requires the co-operation for 6 players for it to be flawlessly executed. This would be more tolerable if it wasn’t so easy to find out how to perform it. So without further ado:
Here’s an example of this method in its final form (named after Queen Hydra of course!):
There are rumours in the arena community about whether or not there is a new interrupt hack being used by
Death Knights people who are poor at the game and thus must exploit to achieve any success.
I can confirm that there is a hack going around, and its use is becoming more widespread as time tick ticks away. Happily, Blizzard are aware of the issue, and are making an effort to discover how the hack is able to circumvent Warden. They will also take action against the accounts of players who are discovered to have been using it.
The Stream Section is going well; we’re increasing the views of streamers who have participated, and aim to further improve the platform. If you have any suggestions, I would love to hear them on the forums or in the comment section.
If you’d be interested in writing about WoW in whatever fashion you think would interest our audience, or wish to help spruce up Hydramist and possibly work with Hydra on his productions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.