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6-29-2007 @ 5:25AM
I don't care if people look me up on the armoury at all, however, my pve gear looks terrible, I have an idea of what would look cool on my mage and i have an idea of what i need to get through westfall without being the most embarrassing level 54 wolf victim, however, the two are definitely not the same. So when in an unsafe environment I wear lots of int and spell damage gear, when in the safety of an inn or city I can afford to look how i would like - pink fesitval dress, long silk cloak, festival shoulders (got when level 18 last year :) festival crown (got the other day much to the surprise of a stunned looking horde guild that were having a meeting of some sort) blue sparkler and phantom blade (every frost mage should hit peeps with an icicle), now, with keep in mind that i try to log out in an inn or city, guess which I'm wearing when i do. Plenty of addons have an automatically equip gear in environment option, i use itemrack. However, I am a little more concerned that WoWInsider, which I have always considered a more thoughtful and thought provoking site, posts an article that effectively says 'Lolz, you do this?? nubs'. Just because you don't, doesn't mean we shouldn't. Secondly, I know lots of people that make use of the city/inn auto equip addons, mainly for fun, i suspect that the majority of 'logout clothes' are just that, but some assume its so people cant see their equipment and think they are terrified that people can see what it is. I cant understand what the fuss is about though, why are you so worried that you cant see the equipment?, you never could before, yet people got through the day.Sorry, but I'm afraid this article is well below wowinsider's high standards
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