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9-30-2010 @ 1:27PM
Frosthiem, I was that other hunter, and it was one of the shammies that jumped off first. However I did use disengage shortly after combat ended. That run was such a blast(no pun intended), I am glad to hear that you got your gun. Glacierwulf
9-30-2010 @ 2:05PM
It was me that got knocked off first =P
9-30-2010 @ 7:23PM
That's what she said.
9-30-2010 @ 7:54PM
Wait you disengaged AFTER combat? Did they change the mechanic? I'm not trying to be a smartass-I promise. Also- Frost did your gun really break or were you being funny. Again not trying to be a smartass just trying to sift through the flavor and fact here. TY :) Oh, one other thing. I noticed it says 66g to unlearn talents. Did that change as well?
9-30-2010 @ 8:05PM
There was a weird quasi-mob there that we could use to enter combat to use disengage, but the mob goes away and hides when you look at him, so you don't have to fight him. So we were in combat to disengage.Yes, I did break my gun twice in the course of testing. I did 2 tests of 2,000 shots fire for each level of crit rating that I tested. So it was a LOT of shots fire, enough to break my gun twice : )Currently in beta the new cap for respeccing is 66 gold. Honestly, the cap was 50 gold back in vanilla, and that was *expensive* back then. I wouldn't be surprised to see the respec cap go way up to 100 or 500. Still be cheaper, relatively, than it was back then.
9-30-2010 @ 8:16PM
@FrostheimTy pappy for the clarifications. I wouldn't mind paying more for respecs if they actually gave us 12-24 hours to juggle the points around and test things out. Ah well a few more dailies to save for my respec fund (6 toons and growing :p) Sounds like a fun instance. Is that air lifting mechanic going to make it to live or will we plummet to the ground like in Nexus? I'm glad my hunter has the parachute cloak :)
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