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7-03-2010 @ 8:15PM
"I'm not going to lie -- I had a wet dream about this talent last night. I was in the garage with my shirt off, working on cars and carving things out of wood with my bare hands and stuff, my chiseled muscles all sweaty and glistening and whatnot, and Improved Polymorph was the hot new neighbor, just coming by to say hello and drop off brownies or something. One thing led to another, and we totally made out. It was sexy, and I am a massive nerd."I won't lie either - that was almost scary enough to turn me into a warlock. But not quite enough, it didn't make me THAT emo.
7-03-2010 @ 8:19PM
Also, a comment on Early Frost - if I remember correctly, Ghostcrawler said that they want Frost mages using spells other than Frostbolt in a rotation. Early Frost, then, would seem to give the incentive to use Frostbolt every 15 seconds. Perhaps this indicates a new main nuke for Frost?
7-03-2010 @ 8:59PM
Speak for yourself, I thought it was hot.
7-03-2010 @ 9:44PM
I commented about it later on but to make sure you see it, currently Frostbolt is nearly worthless because of the buffs to Ice Lance and the way Shatter currently works. Ice Lance hits just as hard as frostbolt currently and FoF charges are only lost when you cast Ice Lance. Frostbolt right now is only useful for keeping up frostburn/chill debuffs
7-04-2010 @ 4:19AM
haha, when I read this the chick I imagined had a sexy body like he described, but her face was the icon for the talent -- buff belt making out with a sheep-lady is interesting to say the least.
7-04-2010 @ 7:56PM
It seems to have been overlooked, but I think the effect to improved sheep will also have a tremendous impact on leveling as well; not only because of its low stature on the tree, but also because of its effect. Just sheep->fireball->fireball. By the time the second fireball hits, the sheep will be broken; the mage could then get a third fireball off, most likely killing the Defias/Gnoll/Whathaveyou.
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