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5-15-2010 @ 12:18PM
Nice Warlock loot guide.But it's kind of been done, no?http://www.wow.com/2009/01/10/arcane-brilliance-gearing-your-mage-up-for-naxx/http://www.wow.com/2009/12/19/arcane-brilliance-gearing-up-after-the-glorious-patch-3-3/
5-15-2010 @ 5:30PM
Har har. Why don't you go remove some curses... oh wait, ya can't 'cause you're a warlock. It's like knowing how to tie your shoes, but not figuring out how to take them off. Another reason for warlock stench. :)
5-15-2010 @ 5:54PM
Tut-tut, guys. Mage/Lock hate aside please. Roland has a point. This guide, while focused on Mages, is an excellent all-around "Gearing a caster that just hit 80" manual. Healers will look for a few different pieces, especially since they have the privilege of rolling on Mp5 gear, but in general all the loot listed above is better than what your caster will be wearing come the Big Ding. In fact, specific loot aside, ANY toon who just reached 80 will find the procedure outlined above to be particularly helpful in getting your performance up to par for random ( and eventually ICC 5 ) Heroic dungeons.The capacity for casual passers-by to downrank a perfectly solid statement is astounding beyond belief. How petty.
5-17-2010 @ 6:00AM
i approve of this,i disapprove the warlock who wrote it.I believe Mr. Belt has run out of things to say about mages.
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