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11-02-2009 @ 9:53PM
I'm looking forward to the rest of this series. After you're last column, I decided I wanted to play a warlock. I could've dusted off my Gnome warlock bank alt, but I decided to go with a Belf, because I've never played through their starting area. I'm not a fan of the Belfs, but I am liking this character. Currently just starting in Ghostlands at 14.I'd definitely like to hear more about the minions. I'm using my Voidwalker right now, and I'm liking him quite a bit, but I think I'll probably be switching to the Felhunter once I can. I realize he's more of a PvP pet, but given the buffs he's getting in 3.3 he sounds like he'd work quite well for leveling Affliction.I obviously haven't had as much time to deal with the shame of a silly minion name (hell, I couldn't even tell you what the names of the imps and voidwalkers associated with my Belf or Gnome warlocks are), but one way that could work is simply being able to go to a Warlock trainer and having some functional where you cut your ties with your current demon and summon a new one. "I tire of Thuthan, we cannot work together, I wish to barter for a new partner." Have some cost or cooldown associated with it, but let people have some options on what the random name generator gives them.
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