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9-16-2009 @ 3:59AM
Great entry once again, Allison. The perfect blend of being informative and hilariously witty.One glaring omission though: SWIFT FLIGHT FORM AT 70! I know you covered Flight Form in your previous edition of this guide, but at least a mention (and possibly a suggestion to do that awesome quest chain) is warranted, I'd say. I mean, it's like Flight Form only... swifter! Nothing in the game comes close to the feeling of soaring through the sky in Swift Flight Form for the first time. Especially since, much as it is with character models, the smaller you are the quicker moving about feels (just play a gnome for 10 levels, then do the same with a Tauren. Same speed, feels so SLOW). Swift Flight Form is just... I'm so close to writing a poem of adoration for it. Actually, here's a haiku:Swift Flight Form is loveSoaring high, can you feel itFeathers in the windI really need to start focusing on my work here...
9-16-2009 @ 10:06AM
Slight Addendum here: The Swift Flight Form QUEST CHAIN at 70. Even if you can train the form at 71, It's still worth it to go through the quest chain to see how much of a druid you truly are. Only advice I will offer is that you better have a feral set and a caster/healer set on you, regardless of spec. Everything else, well, good luck!(I only have a druid at 23, but my questing/raiding buddy is a tree and I went through the quest chain with him back in BC on my main. It was SO much fun.)
9-16-2009 @ 5:03PM
Haiku's are silly,But Sometimes they can be fun,REFRIGERATOR
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