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11-09-2007 @ 3:49PM
One thing that we all take for granted in WoW is that stuff never breaks. Sure, it wears down and might lose its function until repaired, but it never breaks irreparably. If our real-life cars, homes, computers, etc., were like this, how would IRL crafting get by? If different types of equipment required crafters' assistance to be "recharged" after so much damage (play with the pairings between gear and specialty as you see fit), that might breathe new life into crafter trades.
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