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10-14-2010 @ 9:15PM
"I cheer on my mage friends as they try out Flame Orb and Ring of Frost..."Flame Orb is learned at level 81Ring of Frost is learned at level 83.No mages be using those yet...
10-14-2010 @ 9:18PM
Beta. Dumb ass.
10-14-2010 @ 9:22PM
What Dave, is this article only for people in the beta?
10-14-2010 @ 9:24PM
And you see the word "Beta" in the article...where? I see 4.0.1, not beta. My browser's search function can't find it either. You must have the special addon that can see hidden words. Or you're just a douche bag.
10-15-2010 @ 2:51AM
Man. Would you like some of the egg on my face to go with your pancakes? Sorry, I got so distracted by the pretty I didn't notice with client my mage friend was playing at the time *facepalm* However the paladins are still scarily sparkly!
10-15-2010 @ 9:26AM
Sparkly Paladins. You must be referring to Holy or Ret. I see no new spell graphics on my prot paladin (except for the grand crusader proc, which of course is completely useless in single target rotations because its a TPS loss, and threat is ever so scarce these days). I'm a tank, I don't want new sparklys anyway, leave the sparklys for the fragile-ego dpsers ;)
10-15-2010 @ 11:58AM
The fact that he mentioned two abilities that can only be used in the beta usually would mean that he wasn't just talking about 4.0.1. Regardless, you don't have to be a jackass Dave
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