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10-03-2008 @ 1:37PM
LOL - You can tell Schramm doesn't play a mage. Max-rank polymorph is level 60, they don't have any higher ranks of the base spell either.
10-03-2008 @ 2:48PM
You're right, I don't play a Mage. Thanks for the info.
10-03-2008 @ 3:48PM
No problem Mike. Sorry if that sounded a bit patronizing, hadn't finished my coffee yet. Just wanted to point out why it was a level 60 spell.Not really fitting for this article, but I'm kind of surprised mages didn't get a level-80 version of poly for Wrath. They upgrade it every 20 levels up through 60, so it would have seemed logical. *shrug*
10-03-2008 @ 4:27PM
What would be really neat is if it had a fear debuff in black cat form that lowered/dumped aggro on the caster in case the CC'd guy broke early or he would go into a 3 or 4 second fear. Penguin could add a frost/slow debuff- so could turtle. SOMETHING is better than nothing. I dunno, get crazy with it, but so far all it is is another version of a spell but doesnt actually do anything of new value. Kinda like the changing of spell names or icons- remember how fun that was?When I see a mage cast poly and a little pig pops up these days I just ask him if I can haz goldz plsthxbai cause he obviously has too much dough. Course, Im so broke in-game Im trying to make a tabard that says Will Sheep For Food.
10-03-2008 @ 5:11PM
"When I see a mage cast poly and a little pig pops up these days I just ask him if I can haz goldz plsthxbai cause he obviously has too much dough"well you should stop doing that immediately because the only one who looks like a fool is you...Polymorph:Pig comes from a very easy quest in Azshara and the only gold required to get it is the flight to Azshara.
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