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1-31-2009 @ 9:56PM
if you have not yet tried the Evocation glyph, I highly recommend it, I have found it useful in so many situations that I am unwilling to give it up, even though I might be better served with having something else in its slot, since I'm not much of a min/maxer I don't mind.
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