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10-10-2009 @ 11:53PM
Considering it was you who inspired me to play an Arcane mage in the first place, I'm surprised you're so against leveling with the spec. My mage is currently at 62 (has been since roughly June, no comment) and leveling Arcane wasn't bad. Sure, it was a while before I really started to see the benefits, but it wasn't anywhere near as bad as, say, trying to level a priest. With any spec. @_@Though considering how things usually go for me, I'll bust out with my Night Elf Fire-specced mage once Cataclysm hits and realize how wrong I've been.Other than that, another informative and hilarious column as always. Glad to know I'm not the only one who absolutely loves (and glyphs) Slow Fall, and the comment about setting pirates on fire made me laugh out loud. You could write a 9000+ word column and I'd still read it. *grin*
10-12-2009 @ 7:38AM
Jump from the pipe in Dalaran sewers and cast slowfall. Keep recasting until you hit the mountain two zones away. It's quite a trip.
10-13-2009 @ 1:25PM
I think that leveling an Arcane mage is probably similar to leveling a Holy paladin: It takes an incredibly longer amount of time than leveling the other two specs. It's very possible to enjoy these specs as you level, if you're a bit more patient (which I am.)* Holy paladin* Arcane mage* Subtlety rogue
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