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2-06-2008 @ 6:49PM
Nice to see someone actually explain the significance of all the elements of this holiday, though I really don't see how this qualifies as a warlock column. >_>Also, I should note that the dumplings are awesome because they restore 4% health and mana _per tick_ over _25 seconds_. That means 100% recovery in 25 seconds, which is really quick, but when you factor in the little bit of health and mana you're likely to have at least(since you have to be alive and out of combat to use these) as well as your regen through Spirit and MP/5, even if these are low stats, you'll really be fully recovered in less than 20 seconds most of the time. That's right, from exhausted to full mana and health in around about the time it takes to kill a single 70 mob when you're a fairly new 70. Naturally, you don't want to waste these once a year treats, so you should resist using them frivolously.
2-06-2008 @ 6:52PM
Also, stock up on Moonglow. Seriously, stick heaps of it on a bank alt. Even if for some reason you don't think it's awesome stuff, it'll be worth ridiculous cash later in the year.
2-06-2008 @ 7:25PM
Truly, not quite relevant to warlocks, but based on the name Chew, the author is probably Chinese, and he wants to share his culture with the rest of us. I'm originally from Malaysia, a multiracial country, so I already know most everything about Chinese New Year, as it's a national holiday back at home. It's also fun how I receive angpows (red packets) every year form my Chinese neighbours even though I'm not Chinese.So to Mr. Chew, Gong Xi Fa Chai or Kong Hee Fatt Choy, whatever works :)
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