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9-10-2008 @ 1:14PM
I'd like to see the ability to change the colour of our beams through Glyphs. Perhaps the use of ink with parchments?PURPLE BEAM FACE MELTING!
9-10-2008 @ 2:11PM
That would be amazing. I hope they offer color change glyphs for many spells. It would be really nice to have some variety. Imagine being able to pick a color and redo most of your main spells in that theme.
9-10-2008 @ 3:01PM
If you consider Glyphs to be as important as Gems, with far fewer slots, would you really want to use a Glyph slot for a simple color change? Imagine if they had gems like that:[Shiny Crimson Spinel]Binds when picked up"Doesn't do anything, but it's super shiny!"
9-10-2008 @ 4:28PM
:::If you consider Glyphs to be as important as Gems, with far fewer slots, would you really want to use a Glyph slot for a simple color change?:::Except.... that the three 'minor glyph' slots will be ONLY cosmetic stuff. You can't put fancy stat/ability boosting glyphs in there. You get three slots for only simple changes that do nothing but make your stuff look prettier.
9-10-2008 @ 4:33PM
"Doesn't do anything, but it's super shiny!"I heard that Haris Pilton will sell you a nice Gold Eternium Band... It doesn't really do anything, but it sure is shiny. Only 3000g to boot!http://www.wowhead.com/?item=38091
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