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9-20-2008 @ 11:14AM
WTF! I can maybe agree not to drop it in a BG but not to drop it in a Raid is stupid, If they don't have to drop a table then I want to be able to make it so they can't get my Mana Spring or Wrath of Air Totem. They give me Mana Biscuits and I give them mana during the fight, its a fair trade.
9-20-2008 @ 11:21AM
Agreed. One player shouldn't have to shell out money every BG just because some people were too lazy to prepare, but raids are different. Priests, shamans, druids, pallys... They're all spending money on reagents for party spells too.And I hadn't heard that increase to 5 arcane dusts... They'd better make them stack to 100 like symbols at least.
9-20-2008 @ 11:36AM
While I personally do always put a table down during a raid, there's a difference. Food and drink are something everyone has access to. Even if the mage doesn't put down the table, there's vendor food available, and most players will have a stack or two just for their dailies and stuff. If the paladin chooses to not put BoK on us, or a shaman doesn't put down Wrath of Air, there is no equivalent available. While I appreciate it when I'm on my paladin and someone puts down a table, it's not equivalent to me failing to buff the party if the mage doesn't give everyone free food.
9-20-2008 @ 5:31PM
Then I presume you won't mind farming your own Nightmare seeds, after all, Healthstones require Warlocks to farm shards, in the same way it requires mages to farm money. And Nightmare seeds are there for everyone to use and gather for themselves.
9-20-2008 @ 6:19PM
That's like the worst analogy ever, Mats. Nightmare seeds don't work like health stones and are not for everyone to gather.Should've used charged crystal focus instead, makes more sense.
9-21-2008 @ 9:50PM
You would have trouble finding a mage who doesn't drop a table for 5 mans, much less raids.
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