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4-03-2011 @ 8:16AM
Some form of engineering devised device that works in the same way as a druid's flight form, please.
4-03-2011 @ 9:14AM
This. I think it would be awesome to have mechanical wings- I'm thinking a dragonwing design out of brass (or anything brass colored, probably truegold) and leather with a complicated gear arrangement on the user's back. It should look obviously mechanical, and be bind on use, so everyone can have one- though I am an engineer, I would hate to have it be an engineer only thing. I would gladly pay real money for such an item, or even real money for the recipe for an item like that. Up until a few months ago I would have said my ideal item was a potion that let me turn into a dragon- thanks Blizzard!
4-03-2011 @ 10:06AM
Eh, I don't think I'd like it to be BoE. I know engineering isn't profitable, but I figure that's what we take to have such a fun profession. And the wing thing is much cooler than the helicopters, I'd want to keep that as a "Look at me! I'm an awesome engineer having much more fun than you!" deal. >.>Besides, wings sound much more difficult to operate than a motorcycle. Those puny non-engineer brains out there couldn't possibly contemplate the the way you need to periodically vent the steam from the avian linkages to avoid over boiling the arglefratser thermocouple.
4-03-2011 @ 11:05AM
I say goblin jet-packs as the new flying mount =)
4-03-2011 @ 1:39PM
There's nothing quite like jumping off a cliff and then flying off into the sunset.
4-03-2011 @ 2:11PM
4-03-2011 @ 2:12PM
@Blotfa: Only if there's a 1% chance that they'll explode in mid-air and send a toon plummeting to their deaths.
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