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10-04-2010 @ 5:10PM
um, we're gonna talk about rotations... without mentioning a rotation at all... u tease
10-04-2010 @ 5:36PM
Warlocks... they tempt you in with dps rotations & cookies and then tease you when you find out those cookies are felfire & raisins.Raisins in a cookie is a typical warlock thing to do.
10-05-2010 @ 3:31AM
Herp derp, this is just part one silly + we'll need the numbers before we can make a priority system...Arnold says http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WL1lfSzgcAw
10-04-2010 @ 6:11PM
In all fairness, he did say conjuring... which as you can see by the above math it requires to be conjured, the cast time for this particular conjuration is about 7 days long...
10-04-2010 @ 7:06PM
Yes... raisins... certainly not imp droppings, noooo. Hey, I think my Dark Master is calling. Gotta go...
10-05-2010 @ 7:26AM
@Brett Prior to this article, the previous Blood Pact was on 10th September. That's not a 7 day cast time, that's 25 days.I'm loving your writing Eli, but the time between articles has been unpredictable and silly at best; any word if we should be more regular from here on out? Not having a go at all, I just relish these columns (I do love your writing) and find the cooldown on them unabidingly harsh. Blood Pact needs a buff :P
10-05-2010 @ 10:09AM
@CelessPerhaps the Article needs more fiber in it's diet. :D
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