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12-01-2008 @ 5:26AM
You forgot the part where they failed at mage academy.Other than that, brilliant article mate.
12-01-2008 @ 5:52AM
Failed? I prefer to think of it as "extra credit" after all, as long as a warlock draws breath he still has power. Although warlocks cannot use their power with the pin-point control that a mage can we must have a better balance of both our minds and bodies. After all channeling the very chaotic flames used by the Burning Legion is very taxing physically and mentally, so do not take our talents lightly. Ours is a power to be respected,... and feared. BTW David, this warlock approves of your article /applaud.
12-01-2008 @ 6:41AM
Well JFK Wasn't kidding when he said the only thing we have to fear is fear it's self.So I may fear warlocks, but I respect you about as much as you respect Rogues. But hey, together we can make that rogue get a small taste of his precious stunlocks with a fascinating display of fears, novas, dots, and bolts yea? Cause as much as I think Locks are cheap mages who couldn't hack it, nothing beats a rogue who has to pick on the clothies to increase his e-peen.
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