I was showing my wife screenshots from our Black Temple excursion.
She saw this screenshot and said “Can you even see the game?”
I said “I need the info. Yes.”
Trust me, it’s fully useable.
This got me to thinking this morning, before we head out of town for a few days, and after reading about some recent thoughts on a Warhammer issue.
That is, in WoW every action I take goes from my Tauren’s fingers to the target. Lightning, healing, shocks. And when I cast a spell the bolt leaves my fingertips, travels the distance between, connects, and unloads it’s damage. That’s the case, well, 95% of the time. Quel’Danas and the Wretched are quirky sometimes with some warping happening.
In WAR, however, things are a lot more disconnected. Playing a Bright Wizard, occasionally, I have the opportunity for some big time hits against mobs a little below my level. Sometime I get a one-shot crit hit, and the creature’s dropped before I finish my moves. Or it’s dropped and I still cast the follow-on gout of fire on it’s dead body, though at that point it’s no longer an eligible target, being dead and all. There is a disconnectedness there in the combat that needs to be tightened up some. (Hello, Mythic. Are you taking notes from the blogosphere?)
Anyway, I’m out of here for a few days. Take care. Mind the Orcs/Elves.