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6-13-2009 @ 10:12PM
First: Mega Man 2 was the first NES game I ever beat, and thanks to friends, I knew that I had to use Bubble Lead on the last guy. Never used it before him, though. Thanks for the nostalgia trip.Second: I only use Dampen Magic when I'm soloing against magic-using enemies; it helps me live a bit longer and use fewer bandages. I don't think I've ever used Amplify Magic, though.Third: I like Mana Shield, it's great for when you're soloing and something with big, nasty, pointy teeth jumps on you from out of nowhere. It's become my "OHSHI--" reflex spell. *grin* I can see how in other situations it would be an incredibly bad idea to cast it, though; thanks for the good examples.Fourth: I have to say, with whining making up roughly 42% of all posts made about anything on every site on the internet, it's great to see some genuine constructive criticism. Cast on, my brother in not-wearing-a-dress-I-swear. ^_^
6-14-2009 @ 12:31AM
I'm glad you mentioned all that, especially that bit about the last boss--which also has its parallels in WoW -- like tranq shot before it was reworked. ( A skill you have to have for a single scripted encounter.)Now that that's out of the way, I can instead bring you this unmitigated awesomeness:MEGAMAN CHOCOLATE RAINhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=caIBKOztlAo
6-14-2009 @ 2:18PM
I really don't get you guys that say mana shield saves you in PvE situations. As a mage you shouldn't even be getting to that point, because we have far more effective oh shit tools than something that drains our mana like that. Blink, FN, sheeping...and that's assuming you're not frost.Mana shield has exactly one purpose in PvE, and that's serving as a ghetto ice barrier for lowbie leveling mages until level 40. At which point it should go off your bar forever.
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