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7-17-2008 @ 3:29AM
I don't quite remember what item and even what instance, but in my newbie days in some heroic instance when we were all leveling to 70, I had a run-in with a Shadow Priest.I was a Resto Shaman at the time and really wanted to gather some good gear to help me out getting groups (and surviving them). So an item dropped that was a good healing trinket, and it also had some +spelldamage to it. The Priest rolled need on it. Drama ensued. We continued the instance regardless.Next boss dropped THE item he really wanted, some blue cloth item with +spelldamage and whatnot.I rolled need and won the item. I just told him that the +spirit on the item would be great for some mana regen.And yes, I was fully aware of the crappyness level of that item, for me. But at the end of the day I sure did teach a ninja looter how it's like losing an item that you know -YOU- can use -BEST-.The universe was balanced again. It made me feel good for years to come.
7-17-2008 @ 4:44AM
...but in my newbie days in some heroic instance when we were all leveling to 70...How can u run heroic while leveling?
7-17-2008 @ 3:09PM
I have my Coilfang and Auchindoun keys before level 70 on three separate toons, before the patch that lowered the required reputation to Honored.Coilfang was easier, usually clocking in around 66.Now, actually being able to heal/dps/tank a heroic at that level is another matter altogether.
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