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4-04-2009 @ 5:31PM
Small nitpick, but honestly many mages didn't break Spellfire until they got the Belt of Blasting and SSO badge chest/Vestments of the Sea Witch/t5 bonus which made arcane viable. You can't honestly tell me that you replaced that stuff with crappy Kara gear before the nerf to Spellfire. Many mages tailored their way right into T6, where the crafted pieces became less valuable due to their lack of stamina in the face of massive raid damage.
4-06-2009 @ 7:14AM
I must have been unlucky or something then. As arc/frost i regularly was well up on the charts within my guild, and i never used the spellfire set, and was in the kara epics. Dont get me wrong, not saying you are incorrect, just that there were other options available depending on what dropped for you and your spec, etc etc. As most other mages i knew at the time were fire, they were nearly ALL in the spellfire set. But for arc/frost - my chosen spec - it just wasnt as good for me, and the frozen shadoweave wasnt that hot either. Hence kara epics til badge gear/T5 (cos ssc hated me - NEVER dropped anything i wanted)
4-06-2009 @ 1:10PM
I honestly didn't break my Spellfire set all the way from 70 to 80. Mind you, I didn't start playing until after all the Sunwell stuff, but that set carried me through Northrend even doing 5-mans here and there.
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