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Choose My Adventure: It's Friday, so we must have polls

Choose the adventures of the WoW.com staff as we level our characters in <It came from the Blog> on US Zangarmarsh-H.

First, our schedule:
Please comment below with suggestions for how you would like Selfloathius to bring about his own death. Vote up the ones you like best and we'll make a poll of the most popular ones. The polls for all three warlock talent trees are on the next page.


Our three warlocks are all at or near the point where they need to choose their talent trees for leveling. I spoke to Dominic Hobbs, our resident 'lock expert, and he said:
Belt must be made to play affliction. If he goes destro he's not trying to be a 'lock at all!
But it's not up to Mr. Hobbs. It's up to you.
Choose Selfloathius's talent tree
Affliction1384 (47.6%)
Destruction477 (16.4%)
Demonology1045 (36.0%)

Choose Sahko's talent tree
Destruction720 (26.4%)
Demonology1366 (50.1%)
Affliction642 (23.5%)

Choose Yakkowakko's talent tree
Demonology788 (28.9%)
Destruction1247 (45.8%)
Affliction689 (25.3%)


Polls close on Sunday and results will be up along with next week's schedule on Monday.




If you want to join in on the fun of Choose My Adventure, please join us on US Zangarmarsh-H in <It came from the Blog>. Ask Robiness, Robinemia or any member online for an invite. Guild ranks of Lurker or above have the ability to invite. You are all welcome as long as you play by our simple rules, which can be summed up with "Don't be a Funsucker!" Also, please see the guild FAQ for the most common questions.

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