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5-30-2011 @ 4:16PM
@Dawn Moore"just want to yell at me for writing such a basic article, get to the comments."I would never yell at you... maybe raise my voice enough so I can be heard, but I don't want to be the hunter that never talks.. Though Frostheim might have something to say about that.By the way, I have pie. Blueberry or chocolate creme with the Reese's mini peanut butter cups on top.
5-30-2011 @ 4:57PM
Don't you mean Frostheim might not have something to say about that considering that he's the "hunter who never talks"? And while we're at it, why not debate what the other class writers are in the picture above? So the rogue, Chase Christian, hates Dawn; Christian Belt is rarely healed by Dawn; Fox Van Allen is cocky and wants Dawn's pie (or is it pi, the mathematical symbol; I'm assuming it's a typo and she meant pie); Tyler Caraway is always late; since Tyler is the warlock writer, that means that the only druid left is Allison Roberts, who's never healed by anyone; and lastly the two paladins. Either she likes Matt Walsh (crushing Frostheim's hopes) or she likes Alex Ziebart (also crushing Frostheim's hopes) and then that means either Matt Walsh has a terrible mic or Alex Ziebart does. Personally, I'm thinking that she likes Matt Walsh because of his perfect hair. And that's it for this week's WoW Insider Gossip Show. See you next week folks!
5-30-2011 @ 8:14PM
Harvoc : she means Power Infusion, a buff that a disco priest can place or themselves or a friendly target that increases spell casting speed by 20% and reduces the mana cost of all spells by 20%. Pretty sweet, huh ?
5-31-2011 @ 2:38AM
Your lack of knowledge on Power Infusion first agitated me, but your funny writing won me over in the end. Horah!
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