Icy Veins class guides: The WoW community is so old and so large that there is frequently a dispute about where to go to find the very best information about your class.
In the past, Elitist Jerks was often recommended as the one-stop, hot place, but nowadays the very best class resources seem to be speckled around the internet at sites like HowToPriest.com or even Totem Spot.
So what do you do if you want to find all of it in 1 area? The WoW resource site Icy Veins (probably best known for their dungeon manuals ) is looking for an answer to that query.
Earlier today Icy Veins declared their class guides have been reviewed and approved by players from leading guilds and other prominent members of the community.
On the lookout for an up-to-date elemental shaman manual? How about one that’s been approved by Leeds from the guild Method? Or maybe you’d prefer that a mistweaver monk guide assessed off by DREAM Paragon monk, Unpl?
Icy Veins administrator Vlad explained that the choice to work with members of the community came from the developing workload required to maintain the website, stating that”the amount of attention and time we could dedicate to every guide dropped”
“[We] decided we had to find a means to do better,” Vlad said.
“We contacted seasoned players of every course and spec, and asked them whether they would be ready to assess our manuals and provide any corrections or pointers required.
The answers we received have been overwhelmingly favorable, and after more than a month of intensive work on the topic, 31 of our 34-course guides are now reviewed and approved by a prominent theorycrafter / top player of the spec. The remaining three guides will hopefully receive the same treatment. ”
Vlad says that the site will continue to work with these players in the future, so it looks like we’ll have the ability to rely on a standard of quality from their class guides from here on out. It’s unquestionably a brilliant idea, in my opinion, particularly since I have wanted to dust off my enhancement shaman this particular patch.