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9-13-2008 @ 7:33PM
Us Mages live the high life. We can kill things faster than a hell of a lot of other specs which makes leveling go a lot faster. We make our own food and water, so think about how much extra gold we have from not buying any over 70 LEVELS. We can go anywhere quickly by teleporting nearby and that saves us who knows how many hours of flight time that all the other classes have to do, plus the money portals can make you. We have (imo) the best movement enhancing spell in Blink, because since it moves you away instantly instead of running, you have no chance to be dazed, it breaks stuns and bonds, it can be used to confuse in PVP, get past mobs without fighting them, and best of all it has a low enough cooldown that before you got your mount you could use it to make long trips at least 100yds shorter. Not to mention Spellsteal is probably the most unique spell in WoW, we have the 3 highest damaging spells in the game (I think) Arcane Missiles, Blizzard, and Pyroblast, and Mages are smarter than any other class, intellect buff FTW!So add up all this and I think Mages have the most luxurious lifestyle in the game, if you don't believe me, what other classes can summon Rubies and Emeralds and other gems? And the best part is its only going to get better with Wrath.
9-13-2008 @ 11:26PM
I am already playing Warhammer, and I like it.I am watching very very closely the state of mage's in the upcoming expansion.My money literally rides on mage improvements in the expansion.I kinda felt like a whippin boy for most of BC.I don't want or expect an "I win button".I simply want a chance to be competitive when I'm attacked by other players, and not playing FROST SPEC.Believe it or not , not every mage wants to play FROST SPEC.
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