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2-01-2008 @ 4:55PM
"Up next, mages! Blizzard stops the pain caused by battleground gluttons, by limiting the amount of manna biscuits you can carry from a snackwell to 80. As was pointed out by a mage friend of mine, this means you can't summon a table and carry extras around to hand out later, but I think this is the lesser of two evils."I disagree, as a mage I want to be able to take all I can when I raid and for heroics so I can distribute to late comers and whatnot. I mean its our table foor Pete's sake. I never had the problem in BG as I never summoned them in there to begin with and doubt I will when this goes live. Wanna stop people from taking too much in BG, make the cost free and make the food disappear after the player leaves the BG (applicable in BGs only). Problem solved without nerfing the legit pve purpose of the table and you do not have to choose a lesser of two evils.
2-01-2008 @ 5:06PM
I like your solution, jr... sounds much better to me.My solution always is, "Sorry, I just used up my last two Arcane Powder in the last BG...sorry!" >:-)
2-01-2008 @ 5:37PM
I don't think it's that bad though. As a druid, I rarely use more than a stack of biscuits, but will take two or three extra stacks to pass out later if people need. This change will just mean more people will have to be considerate rather than one person carrying 10 stacks or something.
2-06-2008 @ 3:50PM
I agree with jr: I don't like the change to Ritual of Refreshment. I'm all the time making sure that all the food gets taken from the table so that the arcane powder I just spent doesn't go to waste. Usually, I take the remnants, and hand them out as needed.
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