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7-20-2009 @ 8:03PM
Heh, mage was my first character, and she's currently a 76, rapidly approaching 80. My little leveling a mage quirk is that I keep every single robe I have ever worn. In my bank, there are just rows of robes that tell my story of leveling, from my level 1 robe through that SFK robe (great robe! DO NOT MISS IT!) all the way up to the pretty green northrend robe I just outleveled.I disagree with the comment about getting omen... As my game breaks for whatever reason whenever I install ANY addons, I've had to level from 1-76 with only what WoW gives me. As a result, I'm more "in tune" with being a mage than some people who use addons... because for lack of an aggro monitor, I've had to develop a very precise feel for how much threat I'm generating... I learned my class better because I had to. Of course, this means I can get away with higher level raiding with no addons, and gets me a lot of respect. "You leveled a mage from 1 to 76 without any addons at all? And no high level alts? You are da woman, Gwen!"Anyway, I reccomend trying to level without addons, just using what the game gives you. It'll help you learn to mage (or any class) better. =D Pretty soon all you'll ever need is vent.Also, pick up arugal's robe. Don't miss that thing, ever. It stayed with me for a whopping 14 levels. Remember your sheep and slowfall too.
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