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12-11-2008 @ 11:25PM
Was expecting a nerf and didn't get one.My Blood DK is going to get better, and be even more self-reliant. I'm going to have to remember to use Vampiric Blood now.
12-12-2008 @ 12:50AM
For some reason I don't have a reply button under Firestride or the person who replied to him.I like to play both factions. If I'm going to pay a fee to play this thing, I want to get all the value out of it I can. Why avoid 50% of the content?Actually leveled that Alliance paladin to 54 as Prot Spec mostly pre-2.4. Stepped away from the toon to focus elsewhere, and my Ally guild has kind of never gone anywhere.The big mistake I and many others out there have made is leveling all our toons on one server. That's meant a lot of people have been forced to chose only one faction to play DKs on, or pay to transfer.Now I and those like me will be able to have at least 1 DK per faction.
12-12-2008 @ 12:27PM
You can only reply down to a second tree - that is, you can comment on the article, or reply to a comment on the article, but you can't reply to a reply to a comment. If you want to direct your comments at someone's reply, best thing to do is to reply to the original comment theirs is nested under. This should place your post next to theirs, so the comments flow better.
12-13-2008 @ 11:51AM
Thanks, that's actually a fairly useful comment for a change :)
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