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How To Get Sense Of Accomplishment In Damage Coverage

Purpose that you were in a fierce battle with your partners ,but you have limited skills and power,at that time ,what is your goal in world of warcraft? I think most of you want to possess the high damage and can help you teammates to get success in all battle. So,in world of warcraft,how to improve your damage coverage. It is maybe comples than make wow gold in the game ,next are the points in the part.
I’ve talked about combat table coverage before, and although not significantly has altered considering that then, the advent of the new tier has made complete CTC all the more attainable, and also the intro of the new Holy give protection to has made it all the more desirable.There’s always a break place between just enough mastery and having so significantly that you’re trading off too significantly stamina and avoidance for it. In the end, you’ll have to feel that out for your own purposes.
The first thing you need to do is visualize the combat table.If you desire to see how near you are to 102.4% CTC, click on the raid boss-level focus on dummy within your property town and verify out the polychromatic bar of awesomeness in your screen.One addon,the Visual Combat Table which puts a resizable bar in your display that divides itself according to how significantly avoidance, block, and typical hits you are subject to out of your target. If there’s some orange showing, you still have operate to do.
Quite a few people, when searching at the two, are going to say, “Oh, plenty of mastery ,those people are absolutely one of the best choice!” and pick them up. The place being, don’t always assume at first glance one piece or one more is best. Here,I’ll spare you all the walkthrough, but it ought to be fairly straightforward. Put in the pre-DR dodge and parry amounts out of your armory, and follow the numbered directions from there to compare two diverse pieces to locate which may be the much better source of CTC. So,the first is the best piece for the job.
I know the cheapest and easiest method to get your Well Fed and guardian/battle elixir buffs is to just grab what ever Fish Feast or cauldron was hucked for the soil or to throw back again that Flask of Steelskin you toting around within your bags. Normally, that’s well and good, but if you really desire to up your CTC, you’ll desire to indulge in some more pricey offerings. Here,I advice that use the correct consumables.
Then,don’t leave any avoidance on the table.Maybe it is not so vital in a battle, but it’s the principle that counts.If you allow one to vastly outpace the other, the greater of the two is going being losing pieces of itself to DR. Eating Fish Feast will lower that a bit, but if you’re looking for to maximize your CTC, I’m expecting you’ll be sticking with the mastery elixir.With dodge and parry in balance, you’re searching at a obtain in avoidance in tenths of the percent. That may possibly seem minuscule .
Gear some trade-offs for extra mastery.One such trade-off is to swap out the Arcanum of the Earthen Ring for the Arcanum of the Dragonmaw. You’re losing 90 stamina and 35 dodge (.16% dodge change) for sixty durability and 35 mastery (which totals up to .51% CTC). The sum obtain of the switch is .35% CTC at a cost of 90 stamina. Like I said, it’s a trade-off and one that most likely is not best for everyone. Another trade-off you could make is gemming mastery significantly more aggressively. You can evaluate what’s best for you, but the first action would be to ignore any stamina socket bonuses ,wow gold or some else and gem directly mastery in those people .
Well,suggestions are here,do you think these are useful and are able to help you in world of warcraft? These are some practice experience and wishes you need them. When you can help your teammate in some battle ,you will get much sense of accomplishment .Good luck to you !

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WOW Community Spotlight: Py Wilson

In this edition of Community Spotlight, we take a moment to chat with Brandi “Py” Wilson—the BlizzCon 2014 Costume Contest winner. World of Warcraft® Gold, Py’s epic cosplay of Grand Empress Shek’zeer was truly a sight to behold—but never made it onto the stage that night. Though only a handful of people were able to see the costume live at BlizzCon 2014, the story of her visionary work and heartbreaking backstage fall was covered by popular game sites such as Polygon and Kotaku.

BlizzCon costume contest participants wait backstage until it’s their turn to walk, and must go up a ramp to make their way onto the stage. When Py’s time to shine onstage came up, a long day and exhaustion took its ill-timed toll, causing her left ankle to give out under the weight of her very heavy costume. With nearly 75 pounds of batteries, wiring, metal piping, and other rigging material attached to or hanging off her—not to mention the short stilts she had to balance on—the fact that Py made it through 90% of the day is remarkable. Sadly, she was unable to go on stage in the full costume, so viewers at home and those in attendance missed getting to see her remarkable creation walk the stage.

Even though it’s been a few months since BlizzCon, we thought it past time to delve into the mind behind the costume and learn more about Py. Behind the knitted cloth and intricately detailed Worbla is an artist with a lot of talent, a firm grip on what geek is, and a genuine love for the WoW community.

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Can you tell us a bit about yourself?

I’m just a video game lover living life in the Pacific Northwest—though I’m a SoCal native. I’ve been playing videos games for as long as I can remember; all kinds, but especially fighters, RPGs, and MMOs—duh! My day job is in software technical support—snooze—but I’ve always been really crafty. I knit, sew, garden, cook, bake, and do a little bit of cosplay too.

What inspired you to start doing cosplay and costume design?

In 2009, my husband and I had just started playing WoW regularly and we were really excited to order the BlizzCon Virtual Ticket. That first night, we watched Lorraine Torres take first place in the Costume Contest as the Mistress of Pain. I grew up in Southern California, where the cosplay scene was well known. I always wanted to go to a con and dress like my favorite characters, but I never got around to it.

When we got our tickets to BlizzCon 2010, I just knew that I wouldn’t be doing BlizzCon my way if I didn’t cosplay. That’s when the Sprite Darter costume came into existence. Since then, my costumes have gotten more technical and more ambitious, a feat that could only be accomplished with my awesome husband/handler/engineer/cheerleader Logan.

Looking back over the years, which costume are you most proud of and why?

Grand Empress Shek’zeerIt’s cheesy, but they all hold a really special place in my heart. The Sprite Darter was my first costume, my first corset, and my first real conquering of my social anxiety. I was terrified walking to the con that morning, but I did it, and I’m so happy I did. My Season 11 Warlock is the fastest I’ve ever done a costume. I decided one month before the MoP release in Irvine to make the costume and buy tickets to fly down to attend. It was close, but I even got to go on-stage for a short interview at the event!

And then, there’s Grand Empress Shek’zeer. I mean, how could I not love her? (Oh trust me, there are plenty of times I haven’t loved her.) It took a lot of perseverance to finish her—twice!—but again, ultimately, worth all the tears and heartache and love that we put in to her. For me, it’s important for my costumes to challenge me and test what I think the limits of my abilities are. Sometimes, it’s a recipe for failure, but usually, it makes me appreciate them as individual works for what they meant to me at the time.

What inspired you to take on the ambitious task of creating Grand Empress Shek’zeer?

As we prepped to attend BlizzCon 2013, I found myself in the unusual position of being completely uninspired by my cosplay choices. Finally, we threw caution, reason, and ultimately sanity out the window and committed to Shek. I’ve always been fascinated by mantids and I’ve even had them as pets (R.I.P Zora). When the model for Shek was released, I instantly fell in love, but in that “this is completely impossible” kind of way. Logan and I had a big discussion about logistics before we decided to give it a go. TL;DR: We’re dumb. 😛

How long did this particular costume take you to build?

There are two numbers that circulate when you read about what happened with Shek: 6 months and 2 years. Technically, they’re both right. When we decided to take on Shek, we did a ton of pre-planning. There were lots of cardboard and PVC mock-ups along with endless sketches and logistical meetings. We put 4 to 6 months of planning into her before we even started. Then, we built her for BlizzCon 2013. It was a hard push, but we mostly accomplished what we wanted to.

As I was putting her on for judging that year, the PVC cement that connected one of her legs to my belt popped.

…the PVC cement that connected one of her legs to my belt popped.

We didn’t have enough time to let it set and get me to judging. I watched the costume contest from the audience that year and cried the whole time while I cheered for all of my friends. It wasn’t the best night ever.

I had a pretty rough winter that year, but we did a lot more planning on Shek and decided to tear her down and make her better. We redid almost all of her accessory pieces in one way or another. We were able to apply a year’s worth of new techniques to clean her up and make her better. We took the legs back down to the skin, refinished them to make them smooth and beautiful, and redid her paint job. I spent many months in the gym weight training to bring my strength up to the task of carrying her. It was another intense run-up to the con and we still had a couple of friends helping us on Thursday night to wrap up the loose ends.

Where can people follow you? Do you have an official Facebook page or Twitter account?

I have a Facebook page that I try to stay active on: www.facebook.com/CosplayPy. I have a Twitter account that’s used pretty sporadically (@CosplayPy), and I have an Instagram that’s a jumble of real life, food, my animals, and occasionally some cosplay: NoPyForYou.

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What advice would you like to give to people who might be thinking of trying their own cosplay creation?

Do it! No, really! The BlizzCon cosplay community especially is a really amazing and special group of people. They are some of the most awesome, creative, helpful people I’ve ever met, and I’m so honored to call so many of them my friends. They’ll be there to celebrate your crafting victories and help you through those inevitable road blocks. They’re super supportive of people new to the craft and have assembled a compendium of tutorials, walk-throughs, and blog posts for just about everything. You don’t have to do something as complicated as Shek. (Please, for the love of the old gods, don’t do something as complicated as Shek, LOL!) Everyone’s been asking me how I’m going to follow up Shek at the next BlizzCon and my answer is—I’m not! This year, I’m all about making a pretty dress—robes and cloth all the way—and there’s nothing wrong with that. Come find us; we’ll help.

As a prize for winning the BlizzCon 2014 Costume Contest you received an in-game character. What do you think of your alter ego?

I mean, who wouldn’t love it? Seriously! I cried, more than once, as I read through the write-up on it. Having such a rollercoaster with Shek over the last two years, I absolutely love that the sha-touched sprite darter to Grand Empress transformation really captures how bittersweet Shek has been for us. She’s an amazing accomplishment, but I wish the ride had been a little smoother.

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Thank you for taking the time to chat with us. We hope we’ll see more of your work in the future.

*You can visit Py’s character now along the shores of the Orunai Delta in Talador.

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BlizzCon 2014 Costume Contest winner Py surrounded by plush Faerie Dragons.

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Guild Wars 2 Adding First-Person Mode

Following in the footsteps of Grand Theft Auto V, ArenaNet on Thursday announced that its PC MMO Guild Wars 2 will introduce a first-person camera option through an upcoming update.
First-person mode for Guild Wars 2 will allow players to see the world as if they are standing (or running or jumping) in it. There are no restrictions for where first-person can be used in the game.

Currently, Guild Wars 2 only allows players to see the world from a third-person perspective. The new first-person camera, which is entirely optional, will be available in Guild Wars 2 through an update that is scheduled to arrive on March 10.

ArenaNet has not shared any images of what first-person looks like in Guild Wars 2, but the developer promises to do just that tomorrow, February 27, during a Twitch live stream.

The March 10 Guild Wars 2 update adds more than just the new first-person camera option. Other presentation-themed tweaks include a field of view slider, a position slider, and a new collision sensitivity setting. In addition, when the update is applied, the camera will focus on a character’s head, regardless of their race or size.

Guild Wars 2 was released in summer 2012 and has sold more than 3.5 million copies to date. The game’s first expansion, Heart of Thorns, was announced in January.

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GW2: How to make 1000 gold – Sell your sigils and runes

 

If you’re crafting, you’re probably salvaging. With some exceptions for some special rares – usually ones with special skins – and exotics, an equipment drop is usually worth more to you for the mats salvaging it will yield than what you can sell it for on the Black Lion Trading Company.

And if you’re salvaging, you probably end up with a lot of sigils and runes.

Do not dump these into the Forge!

When you’re trying to build up your gold supply, you shouldn’t be playing games with your gold. There are lots of ways you might be losing money in Guild Wars 2: Dumping minor items into the Forge is one of main ones.

Sigils and runes sell for 3 to 8 silver. Does that seem like chump change? It is until you start thinking about how chump change adds up. If you’re playing the game, regularly, you probably get a dozen or so greens and one or two yellow drops every day. That means you get some minor runes and sigils, plus usually a major rune or sigil every day.

A lot of people just dump these kinds of things into the forge, hoping they’ll get traveler runes or something back. That’s one reason the price on major runes is so high: people buy them in bulk to dump into the Forge.

You already know the Forge is for chumps. Don’t be a chump. Getting a major rune or sigil every day adds up. That’s an extra 5 silver on average in your pocket, which means another gold piece every 20 days. It seems like chump change, but the chumps are the ones tossing their money into the Mystic Slot Machine.

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