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I have just set up two jobs I'm willing to do for World of Warcraft players on Fivesquids at http://www.fivesquids.co.uk/user/Darcnite
The first is to level up your World of Warcraft characters for you for a small sum of money; a fiver, just to get you on your way. Of course I can level the character all the way up to level 90 for a decent hourly rate of pay. You would need to let me have access to your WoW account to be able to play your character and tell me what faction, class and race you want your character to be.
The second one is giving you access to an ebook I have written about leveling up WoW characters. There are numerous tips on how to level up your WoW characters much, much faster. The ebook needs to be read in conjunction with my website at http://www.new2worldofwarcraft.com
The book only costs a fiver, so beat the rush and don't delay and get ordering today!
Cataclysmic Gladiator’s Emblem of Tenacity to be precise, leaving me with only the neck and the two finger items to obtain for my full Cata gear. It was hard work getting the few points I needed for the trinket. I had to run a number of Battlegrounds and, as you will know from my blog, this was easier said than done. Well certainly on the server I am on it is I then did a few Arena’s with a healer. He was OK, but he had mainly Ruthless gear and wasn’t able to keep the heals up on me consistently, which, as you know, is vital to a Frost DK‘s performance in the WoW Arena.
The author has been playing this game, and other PC games, on and off over a number of years and is able to pass on his wealth of experience and know how. He is a website developer and experienced article writer and his latest project is New to World of Warcraft, http://new2worldofwarcraft.com, which is a guide for the new player. It is probably the best free beginners guide available.
Unless you have been playing PvP in World of Warcraft for more years than you care to think about, it is very unlikely that you know everything there is to know about all the classes. I’ll put my hands up now and say I don’t, and from my experiences in the Arena I can say, without fear of contradiction, that very few know about Death Knights and the differences between the talent trees. For example I played with a healer the other day and for some reason he believed I should have survived a bout with a Warrior without his heals.
The problem was he thought all DKs have the survivability of Blood. No they don’t, and the Frost Knight’s spec is probably the weakest of the three trees. It’s why I advertised for a healer. Frost does a great deal of damage, but, for a melee class, its damage absorption is ridiculously low and needs to be addressed by Blizzard. And before someone pipes up and says yes but then its damage ability needs to be compensato...
From an Alliance Perspective
I am going to presume that if you are reading this that you have played this World of Warcraft battleground and are looking for tips on how to win the Battle for Gilneas and are aware of the basic layout of the map. If you are not there is a map above to help you.
The key to an Alliance victory here is to hold the Mine and Waterworks, which may seem a little strange given that the nearest resource to the Alliance starting point is the Lighthouse. The reasoning is simple: if the Horde hold both at the start it is very easy for them to run back and forwards between the Mine and the Waterworks to help stave off attacks. I have seen a few debates about the fairness of this map on the Battle.net forums and have to laugh when I see Horde players saying it favours the Alliance. It does not.
At the start the Alliance should form 2 groups, one of 4 players to attack the mine, the other of 5 to attack the Waterworks. The one remaining player, preferably a Rogue or