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4-18-2009 @ 5:27PM
My first post here - long time reader.Another outstanding read. Regardless of useful information or hilarity, I always find myself coming back every Saturday to read this column. The funny thing is my main is a Paladin, but it did convince me to make a mage.Great 3-part Christian, really helped me iron out the decisions once I finish my last 12 levels. I think most people will be stuck between the all-time favorites of Tailoring/ Enchanting versus Jewelcrafting/ Blacksmithing. I personally plan to milk out Enchanting for its Disenchant properties and then swiftly replace it with Jewelcrafting. The new lightweave cloak change is just too appealing to me, as well as flying a friggin carpet around, and if that ever gets old, I'll just swap back to Enchanting.Thanks for the read, keep up the great work. Oh and while I truely do hate facing a lock, they sure do make great leveling buddies. (Heresy, I know!)
4-20-2009 @ 10:33AM
Hehe, I agree completely on what you say about this column- I too am a non-mage main (Shaman, to be exact) who reads this column diligently while other ones I may not read all the way through. Why? Because of the witty style, and perhaps the Warlock bashing. Rivalries are always fun. :DSadly my little mage alt is only 32 or so. But because I read this I'm able to give out some advice to our raiding mages!Keep up the good work, yo!
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