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4-07-2008 @ 10:19AM
Wow. Didn't know my early morning response would elicit such grumpiness! I've never been grayed out on WoWInsider!I'd never swap sides myself after working up to one side or the other, but the option is there. Go about your normal day, but check the auction house for rep items and buy them when they're cheap. Not to mention that if you're so dependent on an items proc to make or break your character, there is probably something wrong at the root of your build/gear that you should fix first. Procs should be there for a little extra boost, or as tie breakers, not "OMG, I need that because even though it's not as good as what I have, the proc makes it better."
4-07-2008 @ 12:00PM
"Not to mention that if you're so dependent on an items proc to make or break your character, there is probably something wrong at the root of your build/gear that you should fix first."Highly innaccurate. Many, many people chase after various gear with proc rates as a path to bettering their character, not to have the gear save them. Please think more carefully before being so insulting.Most people carefully choose their faction, so to assume it's a "mistake" is likewise innaccurate.
4-07-2008 @ 12:01PM
You are kind of ignoring the bit where the Scryer pendants seem slightly broken. I've seen them proc on a sap, and our elemental shaman has had hers proc while she *eats*.That needs to be fixed. Eating should not be hurling arcane bolts at people.
4-07-2008 @ 1:37PM
"That needs to be fixed. Eating should not be hurling arcane bolts at people."You sure the Shaman wasn't eating Stormchops? ;)
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