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7-31-2008 @ 5:15AM
"Thing is if runeforging is better than wotlk enchants, you will see enchanters crying fowl, etc. "... no because a DK will only beable to use it on his/her own weapon, every other player in the game will still need enchants... I seriously hope that Runeforging is at or above par with weapon enchants for their level and maybe make it like poisions where you need to do it x amount of times to have the skill to learn the next level.... But quit simply I don't see anything yet that even comes close to competing with the Sunwell enchants for weapons and so is still very inferior, sure it may cost alot less for a DK if it isn't their 80 epic that they are keeping but quit simply if it doesn't atleast stand up to par with enchants (maybe make it so you have to run the same instance enchanters need for their epic enchant recipe for your "epic" runeforge) then it will be obsoliete and unused execpt on those weapons people know they aint keeping long anyways.Point being I am sceptic about it taking the same slots as enchants on weapons unless they figure something out to where it is on par with weapon enchants including epic enchants (such as propesd option of needing to run instance for epic forging so that enchanters couldn't call foul that a DK gets epic enchant for next to nothing) But even if the "epic" forges just came for free it wouldn't be bad either since its not like we can forge anyones weapon besides our DK while as it looks like enchanters will now be able to "twink" their alts with new enchanting scrolls.
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