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9-01-2010 @ 3:43PM
- “It was my shadowfiend that brought me a bowl of gnome noodle soup.”- “I named mine Gnomechewer.”- “a shadowfiend can contribute a solid 1,000-2,000 DPS while he's out there eating gnomes alive.”- “Besides, seeing my shadowfiend out and eating gnomes more often meets my own personal definition of fun.”- “Hunger for the tangy flesh of gnomes?”As a BElf warlock, let me say that I agree wholeheartedly with your outlook on filthy tiny little shriveled things. The only thing worse than a mage . . . is a gnome mage. However, I'm curious how you feel about the gnome people joining your ranks. We locks have always had to deal with the pesky little snots, so the idea of them showing up where they were not present before is . . . disgusting.
9-01-2010 @ 3:48PM
I'm pretty sure Fox - and the rest of the Shadowpriest order - have long held the belief that gnome priests will be the equivalent to the creepy cousin who smells at Thanksgiving; no one wants to sit next to him and he's more likely to defile the turkey than eat it.
9-01-2010 @ 4:10PM
Gnomes are supposed to food, not priests. >:|
9-03-2010 @ 7:55AM
Gnomes are to be sacrificed for the good of the raid, marinated over night, and slow roasted over medium heat, then served as a food buff.The first thing a Shadow Fiend that is summoned by a Gnome should do is, eat the Gnome, then go off and find a new master.
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