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10-11-2009 @ 12:29AM
you forgot to mention that you can get your first glyph...of course, the cheap mage glyphs from lowbie inscription are really weak. evocation is nice, but that's mostly it. that heal is probably more useful than any damage-increasing glyph you can get at low levels.if you are bankrolling with a higher toon, DO NOT get glyph of frost bolt. that basically makes frostbolt worthless, so, um, don't get it.
10-11-2009 @ 5:31AM
Maybe you should read the article again, especially the paragraph starting with "Level 15 brings you brand new customization option: glyph slots." ...
10-11-2009 @ 10:19AM
I just did, and apologize to Mr. Belt. I was looking toward the end and the beginning, figuring that a glyph discussion would be a general-issue (like pvp and talents), rather than inline with the levels, for no other reason than that's how I'd have written it. This self-reflexive fallacy was my mistake.However, I will recommend highly glyphing Evocation over Fireball for lower levels. When you are doing a lot of questing solo in lower levels, the ability to have a 60% heal that can be used in-combat when a mob is Frost Nova'd or Sheeped can really save your life in a way that an extra Fireball Crit or two will rarely do.
10-13-2009 @ 10:07AM
This happened to me too. I somehow, although I read the entire article, missed the glyph discussion. The paragraphs before and after are familiar, but the glyph discussion seems like it was added after I read zweitblom's comment. Must be a warlock's doing; either that, or just the lack of a "Glyphs" heading.
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