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3-29-2010 @ 10:41PM
This is handy guide, shame I didn't have it years ago when I was levelling my shammy. It is however good to see some of the changes they've made since then, I remember you had to level to 40 to get water shield, man that sucked. I loved doing the Alliance Draenei totem quests, makes me wonder if they'll make some for the dwarfs, probably will but if not thats a long way to go get some totems. Can't wait until Cataclysm, I'll probably race swap to a dwarf for something different.
3-30-2010 @ 2:02AM
40?!?!You damn whipper snapper.It was a level 62 ability when it first came out.SIXTY-TWO!!!!!!You youngsters and yer rocknroll, glyphs, and fancy shmancy Duel-wielding windfuries of death. Back in my day we had windfury and Arcanite Reapers, AND WE LIKED IT!Heck, I remember seeing the DW talent for the first time and thinking, "great, there goes the neighborhood. Bunch of damn troll and orc shaman on my yard getting all giddy with them new fangled 1-handers and acting like stormstrike was just supposed to be 1 attack with each hand."Heck, I remember getting to level 62 and suddenly going from drinkin every pull to having mana out my wazoo.Now all these darn kids get it when?! Yeesh, no darn respect for tradition. You should be OOM, AND LIKE IT! Learn to do more with less, I say.And before I get some comments about being crotchety or "aren't you a tankadin now?" I'll have you know my pure beef self is tooling around in T9, avoiding arp pen like the plague in ilevel 200 rings for expertise, with icicles for weapons, and I'm still beating a bunch of full T10 whelps fer ass kickin.And I expect that new troll shaman on zangermarsh ta be learnin the ways of da elemental shaman when she grows up. None of this nansy pansy resto crap. Shaman only heal when the fights over and we want ta get ta the next fight. Resto... ptoi.damn kids.lawn.git offa it.
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