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4-26-2010 @ 2:58AM
I think the lesson here is that I need to either a) stop referencing anything from Burning Crusade or b) have an eidetic memory for all specs, spells and abilities from BC. I'm looking for a site where I can look up abilities from the past and double check so that we don't have to have multiple threaded comment discussions around my unfortunately bad memory. Any recommendations where I can look up abilities from the past. You know, where I can double check that spell that did the thing with the stuff. The one with the timer that ran out after a while? That one we used to use back in the day, in the place with the mobs that dropped that item you always wanted. That'd be awesome. But I digress, the 10 min reference was a memory miscalculation like a few of my past missteps (Tier 5 2pc bonus anyone?) You guys rock, but seriously cut a brother with a jumbled memory some slack.
4-26-2010 @ 4:39AM
Don't care about the trolls :)
4-26-2010 @ 6:11AM
Seriously mate, f**k the trolls and the pendants. If it had of been "every 20 minutes" they would have jumped all over it because the cool down is now 10 minutes, completely ignoring the anecdote was about BC. Hell the whinging threw me off because I thought in 3.3 the CD was reduced from 10 minutes to 8 not 20 to 10 and had to look it up *(I've been away for a few months and have been playing my priest more, for which most of the long cooldowns did go 10 to 8 in 3.3).The anecdote makes perfect sense NOW and would only be bad advice if someone was playing on a pre-3.3 server.* WoWWiki is my first stop for ability history.
4-26-2010 @ 7:35AM
Wowhead, I looked it up there.And you do fine. It was not meant to be mean.
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