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3-01-2009 @ 8:04AM
How about a warrior using an ammo pouch up until about level 30 because I needed to pull faster!
3-01-2009 @ 8:28AM
Yep,On my warrior I had an ammo pouch, but all the way to level 60. I thought I needed one just to be able to use a bow.
3-01-2009 @ 9:00AM
Haha, same here.I also remember running through the Burning Steppes, Blackrock mountain and Searing Gorge at level 15, for at least a couple of hours. I had no idea where I was going. I also had no clue there was something called a 'heartstone'.Then there was the time I tanked scholomance as the mt warrior.. in paladin gear.. I actually did great!I could go on, but I'd be to embarrassed (^.^')
3-01-2009 @ 11:01AM
Hmm, at level 30-40, during the scarlet monastary days, I wnt through something similar happened to me, except it was not wearing An ammo pouch as a hunter. During the SM days i managed to get ahold of all of the mail scarlet armor (intended for warriors) on my hunter. Of course, at this time i noticed "Hey, this gear has a whole bunch of strength stam and armor..." so, i got rid of my ammo pouch, put my gun in the bank, and went melee huntard for the next god knows how many levels (as beastmaster of course). For those levels my strike rotation was raptor strike raptor strike mongoose bite repeat 10 times, dead mob. It was definately a slow few levels :(
3-01-2009 @ 1:55PM
@MacgayverHearthstone was a big noob thing for me too. I think I kept mine in the bank until I was lvl 20 or so. I thought that it was a one-time use item. Can't even remember how many times I walked from BFD to auberdine. ><Not that I'm significantly less of a noob now tho. I was on probably my 5th kara run when opera came up as romeo and juliet. They kept telling me to interrupt her heals, and it was only after 6 or so wipes that I was told about this neat little feature you could turn on that would tell you what spell they were casting. Yeah. Pretty embarrassing. Then they made me go get DBM and Omen while they were at it.
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