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12-11-2008 @ 4:49PM
I am not even kidding, I have been looking forward to this since I started playing WoW.Mechanostrider, you will finally be mine...
12-11-2008 @ 4:54PM
You've been waiting since you started playing for this? Why not just roll a dwarf or gnome??
12-11-2008 @ 6:02PM
the only bad thing about this post is that DAMMIT! Gnomeregan rep just became the most important rep to grind for my NElf, SW and EX are closer, but ow it needs to be Gnomer.I never wanted a mechanostrider... until i started warming to the idea of a Mechano-Chopper.Suddenly, i craved the lil ugly noisy things.
12-11-2008 @ 6:13PM
@marty.hartwickMaybe he plays a shaman or a druid. Or, like me, maybe he thinks that dwarves and gnomes are terrible.
12-11-2008 @ 6:21PM
Pretty much the latter. ;)I don't have any problems with them, I just don't want to actually play them.
12-11-2008 @ 7:58PM
12-11-2008 @ 11:34PM
Does this remove ALL race restrictions? Lets say back before 1.12 you sold a wolf across the cross faction AH before they were BOP; could an alliance player theoretically ride it now? I almost did that back then when I heard that they were dropping different riding skills and I'm going to kick myself if now it would pay off.
12-11-2008 @ 11:40PM
How does this matter? Mounts are BoP as you said, no amount of twisting around can get your Alliance toon a Horde Mount (or vice versa).
12-11-2008 @ 11:51PM
Pre 1.12 it was possible for an alliance toon to get a horde mount, they just couldn't ride it do to needing the skill wolf riding and the race restrictions. Now with both of those dropped I'm assuming if you still had it in the bank you could have an alliance toon with a horde mount.
12-12-2008 @ 1:33AM
Same here! I was so disappointed when I found out my night elf wouldn't be able to get herself a beloved mechabird.
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