So yesterday we started heroic modes, bear in mind that 80% of the guild stopped playing and only returned 1-week after SoO was released, so only now, most of us are getting our legendary cloaks, still i think we have had an amazing progress for the lack of gear and time spawn. Here is our kill video on immerseus yesterday, Boomkin POV.

This is a clean fight without much to worry.

You will be mostly on boss. Always kill Totems and Banners first. Leg Sweep adds like the Arcweaver and the Shamans. Try and stun the Assassin with Fists of Fury. Do not touch if he's in defensive, kill adds. (Avoid using Chi Wave if you can. You DO NOT want Nazgrim gaining any rage during Def Stance.)
There you go guys

I found this great youtube video, on pvp relating to burst.

With the advent of Thunderforged and Warforged weapons, BiS lists are much less valuable a resource than before, because we would be advising a list of items that not even the best players would have a chance to complete. Instead, we now give you advice for choosing your trinkets, your set bonuses, and whatever else is important for your class.
  • Haromm's Talisman Icon Haromm's Talisman and Ticking Ebon Detonator Icon Ticking Ebon Detonator are your main trinkets for Tier 16. Assurance of Consequence Icon Assurance of Consequence is also viable, but it is not as good as the two aforementioned trinkets (other classes benefit from it a lot more than Windwalker Monks). Sigil of Rampage Icon Sigil of Rampage is not worth using because its cleave damage is reduced by Storm, Earth, and Fire Icon Storm, Earth, and Fire.
  • For your weapons, Hellscream's Cleaver Icon Hellscream's Cleaver is the best choice before Heroic Warforged items. After that, any upgrade in item level is worth taking.
  • Your Tier 15 set bonuses were not that great, so you will want to replace them as soon as you get higher item level gear. Both Tier 16 set bonuses are worth having, so you should aim at wearing 4 pieces of Tier 16 and 1 off-set item (preferably a warforged item).

few days ago Blizzard registered the trademark for Warlords of Draenor in New Zealand and Australia. Tonight, the same trademark has appeared in the US and Europe. The current speculation is that this might be the next World of Warcraft expansion; however, there has been no official announcement from Blizzard yet.

We'll all know the truth about WoW's next expansion this Friday at BlizzCon 2013.

So guys, today i bring you a guide from, very good guide, well put toghether.

WW] 5.4 - Siege of the Fist
All the credits go to  -> Calligraphy. " I've been playing various roles in WoW for several years, starting wayyyy way back when I first made my shaman. I just so happen to play a Windmasta Brewwalkin' monk, with an emphasis on that Windwalkin'. I chose to write this in order to have an up-to-date guide on Windwalker mechanics and changes, with an emphasis on compiling current theorycraft in an easier-to-digest manner."


Windwalker is not a class to be confused with The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker. For one thing, we have an L in Windwalker. We bring front-loaded damage, and are extremely effective in AoE and cleave fights.

We do not have initial burst, though we do have a stacking buff that allows us to do a large amount of damage over a short period of time (for more information, read the section on Tigereye Brew). In addition to that, we have a multi-dot that allows us to maintain great damage on 2-3 targets (though, with an impact on our own damage). Finally, to top all of this off - we also do fantastic sustained damage.

How to read this guide: I will give the short answer first (for those who are perhaps just switching to Windwalker and have 10 minutes before raid) and then go into more technical reasoning for those who are curious, or those who are attempting to min/max.

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