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11-04-2008 @ 10:04AM
Right behind ya bud! It's fun to know we could buy one of these for all our toons as well as our new death knights. Muwahahahaha...I can't wait to drop the Gs on this baby. Despite my anticipation, I just wish I could take better advantage of the vendors and the additional seating.I'll never be running lowbies (toons less then lv 30, or lv 60 for that matter) around... which I feel is one of the most useful features of these multi-player mounts.If I provide the ride (to my guildies), that means I can't be a lazy AFKer while getting from point A to point B.While I can use the profession related items for sale, I don't need any of the class related items on my main. My alts could get a bit more use from the reagent vendor, but I don't foresee buying every toon one of these mounts... Gotta save up for that next gold sink around the corner as well as the ultimate goal of hitting the individual gold limit.And while I do love the option of having a repair person and vendor with me at all times, I'm such a penny pincher that I'll still use a vendor from an exalted faction (when one is convenient).And regarding repairs... It's going to be frustrating to become reliant upon this method only to find that it can't be used in every situation. I guess we'll still need those repair bots after all.Lastly, I'm concerned about the food vendor. I guess it's good to have if you ever run out... But being so unprepared as to run out of something is just beyond me. Currently, the Naaru Rations from the Isle is the best food that can be purchased. I would love if the vendor scaled with your level and would eventually sell you the best food in the game at lv 80, but I know that would be asking a lot and prolly isn't the case. So again, while it's nifty, I don't see this feature getting a lot of use either.Even with my rantings, I really am looking forward to getting this mount. It's freaking HUGE!! And not everyone will have one (or at least not right away).Thanks to BRK for the video!
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