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12-12-2008 @ 2:03PM
...the malletthe only reason for which i never got my carrot on a stick:DIt does take of of the flavor away though :(
12-12-2008 @ 4:23PM
Q.Q yes it does.i remember that getting that mallet was one of the most epic things i did in wow when leveling. I talked in my group to go and get the mallet.. so we all fought up to the hill and later downed several red mobs... We all thought "oh shit we gonna die" but none died not even once. and it wasn't even like we knew what to do... i just heard and read some stuff. but couldn't remember exactly... the finding out was epic......I loved to be the one to hit the dong. I think ZF is one of my favorite instances. I SSOOOOoo.. hope they gonna make ZF Heroic. Rest in Peace the mallet.. such a epic thing - especially for me as a troll.. :)
12-12-2008 @ 6:25PM
@VerymadThe game has moved on, you might want to do the same. Check your "glory days" at the door. This is a boon to those newer players who would like to do old content without having to search out like-minded people, or bug their guildies to run Ulda with them or whatever.Just let them see the damn content without jumping through antiquated hoops, I say. They still have to beat the dungeon at any rate, so it's not like they'll be doing this at lvl35 or something.
12-12-2008 @ 6:49PM
"Sure, the Mallet was a pain to get, but it'll be a little sad to see it disappear in the way we know it forever."No sadness here, I have it on at least 5 characters, and I'll be more than happy to finally delete it from my bags.
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