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7-17-2008 @ 3:33AM
well, i have that trinket on my warlock. got that when tank already had it, and winned "need for pvp" roll. have tons of fun when ppl yell at me that i have ninjaed some poor tanks trinket :P
7-17-2008 @ 1:46PM
not sure why you got downrated. I have the same trinket on my rogue. The tank already had it, so instead of sharding it i told the group i would greed it, just to have it. We had a good chuckle when i told them how my guilds MT is going to kill me if he sees me wearing it.Yes, i know it sucks for pvp - but i have found a use for it. When soloing strat, specifically baron, the extra stam comes in handy. Sometimes, people just need extra stam, and commendation is loaded with it.Dont roll for it over a tank though - thats just retarded.
7-17-2008 @ 11:56PM
The tank already had it, so instead of sharding it i told the group i would greed it, just to have it.I do the same thing when playing my rogue. Instead of sharding the healing cloth that drops, I ask everyone there, and greed it (paying out a little G occasionally too). Over the past few months, I've collected an entire bop blue healing set.Yes, I do realize healing is useless to me as a rogue. And it's great to show up to battlegrounds in a full healing set (equipped with a mining pick and an offhand fish); if only for the occasional "¿WTF?" that I get from people.
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