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4-28-2011 @ 1:05PM
WoW! (pun intended :P) Unique abilities on armor sets rather than just modifying a class ability? That's awesome!I've always wished that there were more items with special effects other than trinkets. I love that dagger that drops a meteor, this seems like even more fun :D
4-28-2011 @ 1:37PM
I know!!! I hope all those bonus abilities will be as awesome as I'm imagining.
4-28-2011 @ 1:38PM
Holy mackerel! I think that the "abilities on gear" thing is being understated; personally, I find that to be THE reason why I'm so excited about this patch.Gear has long been relegated to expendable, boring, and with the exception of shoulders and helms, entirely forgettable.If Blizzard implements this correctly, this could completely revitalize the gear treadmill into something unique and interesting. Very excited for this one!-Birk
4-28-2011 @ 2:16PM
Agreed. This is potentially a HUGE deal. I'm actually excited to see what (potentially horrendous looking) Tier 12 armor has in store for us.
4-28-2011 @ 2:46PM
I humbly request, nay demand, that the druid's set be modelled after Fandral Staghelm's flaming kitty, and that the ability we get is to make our feral forms (and okay, moonkin and resto too) fiery. Please and thank you!
4-28-2011 @ 3:47PM
Snuzzle, I could not agree more with you. Custom forms is something I'd LOVE to see in game. Of course, I'm not expecting to just be handed an armored, flaming kitty. Most likely we'd have to complete achivements like beating Ragnaros on heroic, or defeat the original ragnaros without taking damage (guess which one's easier :P). Anyway, I think I may get back into the game after hearing this.
4-28-2011 @ 6:24PM
Screw the flaming kitty, druids need a scorpid form. RIGHT. NOW.(check the video, he has one)
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