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3-14-2007 @ 3:59PM
I just can't give up on engineering. I love my slow fall cape, and my teleporters. Most other times are a pain in the @$$ because of the pre-mediation of having to equip trinkets...and then being stuck with them for the duration of the fight.-Engineers are so reliant on trinkets, that there should be an epic quest that provides for a third trinket slot...or the ability to swap trinkets in combat. My Arcanite Dragonling never saw combat because it couldn't offset the utility of my non-engineering trinkets...even if the 3rd or 4th trinkets slots had to be trinkets you made, it would be nice.-I've heard about the Frost Grenade before. I hope this means that Engineers will be getting some system of consumables similar to Hunter traps.-I hate how the profession seems to assume all engineers are gnome cloth wearers. The Nigh-Invulnerability Belt is a cool item, but it should be offered in all armor classes. How hard would it be to require a belt reagent made by either tailoring (cloth), leatherworking (leather, mail), or blacksmithing (plate)?-So I always enjoyed underwater quests because of my Deepdive Helmut...but every other quest near water in the expansion just throws water breathing consumables at players. Thanks for removing that advantage Bliz.-Finally, what if we could use our bombs while riding flying mounts? Would probably never happen, but you know...
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