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11-23-2010 @ 9:16AM
I imagine mages will be making a bit of gold once the servers are up porting folks like me who forgot to reset their hearthstones and who are standing in Dalaran.LFPort to anywhere not floating in the air above a frozen empty continent...
11-23-2010 @ 9:40AM
I'm so sick of this pro-mage bias! You know, we warlocks can move people around too! Provided we're already wherever you need to go, of course. And we have 2 friends with us. Okay, so maybe it's not that practical, but, um, our post-flight meals are better. I mean, the best mages can promise you is fresh water and strudel; we've got...uh...rocks. But, you know, tasty rocks. That heal you and stuff.Okay, so maybe warlock transportation isn't all that viable an alternative. We do have one thing going for us though: if you travel with us, you don't have to hang around mages. (And there's a great statistical likelihood that our demonic servants won't break their tethers and rip your fragile bodies to shreds like tissue paper.)
11-23-2010 @ 10:00AM
Aye im looking forward to being paid many times for a single portal :).....nah not really im gonna break the 'mercenary' mage mould and offer for one day free portals (although actual tips from people wanting to show their appreciation will not be turned away) to anyone stranded in Dalaran that wants. Im alliance on the EU server of Dragonblight (I can hear the horde voting me down already :) )Oh yeah - offer only valid if your not a lock.....:) Thats so other non paying customers dont have to travel with some smelly imp. As for refreshments on the way, bountiful feasts and strudle tables will be there for your convienience
11-23-2010 @ 11:17AM
Yeah.. I mean flying out of Dala and taking a boat could literally take MINUTES
11-23-2010 @ 11:18AM
@Daedalus "Fly MageAir!"
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