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5-27-2009 @ 9:43AM
Here's yet another person wishing they were truly account bound. I have horde alts on another server from my alliance characters, and now that my dwarf death knight is done with the shoulders it would be nice to pass them on to my 75 blood elf paladin for the home stretch, and/or my 61 orc DK, instead of having them languish on my alliance bank alt. The only alt I'm leveling seriously right now is a level 24 gnome rogue. I've already bought him the pve shoulders, but all along I've been torn on whether to get him weapons and trinkets as well - the whole nine yards. Pro: leveling would be even quicker and easier. I'd never need to waste time or money on upgrades to his weapons. He'd look a little better. Con: leveling is already pretty easy, so it's not like I need them. And I don't want to have a dagger in one hand and a sword in the other. (Counterargument: why not? Cheap shot becomes available soon, that's just as good an opener as ambush. And like I said, I'm leveling, I don't need to worry about talents that aren't quite the best or whatever.) And I want to save my Emblems of Heroism for the 200-emblem mammoth. (Counterargument: I'm not saving Stone Keeper Shards for anything, though.)Hmmm. I think I just talked myself into buying him more heirloom items, at least the PvP ones. Even if I never PvP with him - and "never" is a long time - those Stone Keeper Shards are just gathering dust. Might as well put them to good use.
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