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6-28-2010 @ 9:07AM
The ability to chat outside of the game with my guildies is something I'd buy.
6-28-2010 @ 10:00AM
Yeah I'm hoping for a Battle.net standalone client or something so I can chat with friends out of the game.
6-28-2010 @ 11:07AM
From Paladin to Death Knight (lolop :P), for me.My first 80 was a Paladin, loved leveling that bugger up. Got him all geared up too, but now I've got a level 80 warlock and death knight (Yay, that only took nearly two years of my life! :P).The warlock I got up because there wasn't enough ranged dps on my realm, and too much melee dps (particularly plate dps). The death knight ended up being at 80 before the warlock and has ended up better geared too, because I'm too much of a melee whore and like mah death knight.I like all my alts, but I fell in love (as nerdy as that sounds) with the death knight class pretty much as soon as I hit 70+. It's mostly personal preference but I liked that I done more damage on my death knight, and I liked kicking ass in BGs as opposed to my paladin.Oh, and as much of a melee whore I am, I'm also a fan of dual-wield and death knights start at 55 soooooo... the choice was pretty easy. :P
6-28-2010 @ 12:01PM
Do you really need battle.net to do this? There are tons of chat clients already dedicated to being chat clients. No need to reinvent the wheel. Sure, it is nice to have something that is integrated into the game. But, I already chat with my 'real' friends outside of wow. Why would you want to pay extra for a service that is already available to you?
6-28-2010 @ 4:23PM
This would be great (especially for those times you can't log in and tell the guild that you can't make a raid due to RL stuff).
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