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11-19-2008 @ 8:27AM
At this stage I can't think of much else to spend my gold on. It's a deffinite upgrade from both SWP and BT rings, it's item level suggests it will last through Malygos and owards, and it's easier travel. I'll have plenty of 80 time and dailies to do to make money for the next gold sink.
11-19-2008 @ 10:34AM
'What else to buy?'You might have a valid point here. I'm sitting on 11k and I don't know what to do with it. Mammoth? Too expensive for too situational use imo.I'm very disappointed that this ring doesn't come in the usual 4 flavors: there's no tanking ring. So I'd only buy it for dpsing at some lousy dailies and more importantly: the teleport.I think most smart readers understand that it's not about a 2nd HS CD, but about the ability to set your HS elsewhere. This is VERY useful while questing (experienced with my mage alt), but at 80... not worth 8k imo.In the years I've been playing WoW with my warrior I've leaned to use the features of the game to optimize my mobility. Something to think about:1) Don't use your main for the AH! Create an AH alt and send your stuff back and forth using in-game mail. Also useful for 60-days lasting up to 1200 'bank' slots and instant access to consumables for your main, from any mail box.2) The on-CD HS: Invite a random guildie, pass leader, enter RFC @ Ogr or Stockades @ SW and leave party to get teleported to your HS location (resets CD to 1h)3) Queue for up to 3 BGs in Dalaran, do your business quickly in any capital city (eg. buy PvP rewards or respec), enter the BG, leave the BG (unless you're winning big time) and be in Dalaran again.4) There's a portal to Shattrath in Dalaran, so if you need something in Shatt (eg. shoulder chants), go to Ogr/SW afterwards and use trick #2 to get back to Dalaran.
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