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3-15-2008 @ 11:05PM
I collect minipets, and as a druid, quite frankly, it sucks.I have only three sets of gear, cat, bear and healing. I'm resto, so I a lot of my feral gear is interchangeable. I don't carry it all with me either, but the problem is really my mini pets.I have all 20 slot bags, but I have almost 50 mini pets.Top that with my gear, weapons, offhands and shiny baubles and my bags are full.I have a bank alt, which I think solves a bit problem.She's got gem bags, enchanting bags, herb bags and the rest are 18 slot. I keep all my non-BoP items there,With the newly implemented mail-system, I can hop on and mail myself whatever I need instantly.
3-16-2008 @ 1:33AM
I just had a wacky idea - Know those stable guys? the ones that sit outside every inn in the game and some other places too? And currently only one class in the game uses them?How about if we could store non-combat pets (obviously an important part of the game - hell, they bundle them into the collector's editions) with them?It'd fit, It's not too hard to code in, and it's a money sink which we know Blizz loves.This sounds like a damn fine idea to me!
3-16-2008 @ 3:01PM
SaintStryfeOne thing I always thought would be ridiculously awesome if Blizz did would be to allow us to put mini pets and stuff in the stable, and then in places like org where there is an actual stable let me see all my pets and mounts and stuff standing around in the stable area. It would be cool to go to the stable and see all the weird pets I have accrued just kinda walking around with each other. I don't think it would ever happen but it would definitely be cool.
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