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7-31-2008 @ 8:42AM
I still remember when I bought my first stable slot...I was a noob... rogue. Thought I'd figure out what to put in there sooner or later.
7-31-2008 @ 8:52AM
I bought mine at lvl 15, on a warrior, my first trip to the barrens. Thought it was a place to put my mount I'd eventually get (since it WAS a "stable") and thought myself amazingly clever for getting one so early.
I didn't even know you can buy stable slots as a non hunter.I guess they should disable that ; gold is precious for a newbie :-)
7-31-2008 @ 10:08AM
I never knew non-hunters could buy stable slots, I've never tried. That's retarded.
7-31-2008 @ 10:30AM
lvl 14 druid same thing. I thought "One day I'll house a mount in there cause horses go in stables".Little did I know cats, wolves, crabs, snakes, scoripions, birds. . .all of those are kept in stables and horses are kept in backpacks(cages? avieary? aquarium? vet? animal shelter?) f'n stables for pets. . . . go play DnD and put your familiar in a stable and keep your horse in a bag next to your bed in the inn. by the way more slots always rocks!!!! One for my raptor, my dragonhawk, my old school white windserpent, my devilsaur, hell a bald eagle!Lol, pokemon = 'gotta catch em all'
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