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8-17-2008 @ 4:48AM
I like your wishlist. Here's mine...Invisibility needs to be totally overhauled; it's a total joke. At the very least, other players and mobs should be visible. It's illogical that we are unable to see them but are able to see the environment. Might as well make mages blind while invisible.Furthermore, the duration of invisibility is excessively short. It should last for at least 1 minute. Ideally, 5-10 minutes.Prior to discovering WoW this year, I was a player of a MMORPG about 8 years ago. Sorcerors/mages totally rocked and were a force to be reckoned with in PVP. They also had a kick-ass invisibilty spell. The invisibilty spell, as well as high DPS, was a trade off for being squishy.I won't hold my breath for Blizzad fixing invisiblity. Because of that, I had been thinking about a modification to polymorph that is tangentially related to your non-combat pet proposal.I propose that mages be able to polymorph themselves. A mage would be able to polymorph themself into a non-combat beast or critter that is found in a particular zone. The beast wouldn't be susceptible to aggro. And unlike polymorphing hostile targets, self-polymorph would allow the mage control over their own movements.The spell would wear off when 1) the mage performs a particular action, 2) another player attacks him/her, or 3) the spell runs out of time.
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