Nihilum wasn't a big guild yet, it was still pre-Blackwing Lair times and we were farming Molten Core. For some reason we had a massive number of Warriors in the guild, including Kungen, the GM, with around 8 being in pretty much every MC raid. As you'd imagine, every one of them wanted that shiny fiery hammer for themselves as you couldn't really have 8 tanks in the raid, so most of us were DPS/offtanks. The guild ran on a standard DKP system and most players had a solid amount of gear from the raid already, so every DPS Warrior was gathering their points for that Eye drop. I was the first in line for the Eye so it was a simple matter of saving up my DKP and having the Eye actually drop.
Touch of Weakness: On-use ability the applies a buff to the priest, reducing the damage of the next melee attacker for 2 minutes. Lasts 10 minutes. Decent for leveling when fighting mobs that hit very rapidly, such as dual wielders, or in PvP against similar targets, such as rogues or feral druids. Less useful against slower, hard hitting mobs or players.
While consumables certainly aren’t everything, they definitely make a big impact. Without consumables, shadow priests probably would never be invited to raids considering that they’d always be out of mana! If you do your best to stock as many of these consumables as possible, you should never run into mana issues. You’ll also notice that they help your spells pack quite the punch, what’s not to love other than the time and cost to acquire them?
While it is possible to play perfectly with the default UI, there are many critical things missing that will make your life more difficult. This is where addons can be extremely useful. There are a vast number of addons, including more comprehensive UI packages, but below we have listed some of the basic addons that are highly recommended as a Hunter.