Use Army on any dragon boss (non-raid) -- such as Cyanigosa or Keristrasza -- and see who you can get cleaved/breathed to death. Best used with friends with senses of humor.
In every other case, though, Army is mostly a "fun" ability (yes, I know it has legitimate uses). It can be used on any fight with non-tauntable bosses or adds, which unfortunately isn't a very big number, or any fight without a huge risk of death if a boss changes targets. That means no swipes, cleaves, breaths, or frontal cones.
Oni Stardust asked...
"How much Lockpicking skill do I need to pick Loch Modan?"
As the author of Ask a Faction Leader, I approve of this question. But it's way too silly to answer. Dilemma! Publishing anyway. I'm a loose cannon!
"When is WoW.com going to FINALLY remove "Tale's [sic] from the Lion's Pride Inn" in its drop-down?
Psst...it's under the "Lore" section, in case you didn't know.
I won't bore you with mundane details, so the answer is "very soon," with an addendum of "you should also see newer columns and categories in the pull-down menu from here on in." We're pretty excited about it. Watch for improvements this week.
"What's the deal with the bugs right before getting to Putricide besides spending a few minutes in there?"
I blame the QA department.
"Here's a question I am too lazy to research: Can I put my WoW discs on multiple computers (like MS Office or Norton Anti-Virus) and just create new accounts or do I have to buy a new WoW box plus the expansions if I wish to put it on a different computer?"
Your account is good on any computer -- you can install WoW anywhere and, as long as you're able to log in/load the game, you can play.
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