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11-02-2011 @ 12:10PM
The Mists Of Pandaria version could be about all class trainers becoming unemployed.. for all eternity.
11-02-2011 @ 12:14PM
They can go hang out with Pet Trainers that have been bumming around for a while now. Poor guys have been twiddling their thumbs and staring enviously at my vastly increased gold supply.
11-02-2011 @ 4:19PM
I can only hope with the changes being made, that they won't be removed, however. I love the little clusters of them in cities, talking with one another in their various places - I hope they can continue to share their accumulated knowledge with each other...if no longer with us.I dunno. I understand the game mechanic reason for removing class training. It was tedious and annoying, and I am very guilty of forgetting to check back in with them at times. But from a character standpoint...I loved that my silly shaman had to go, seek out, and then speak with an elder shaman or farseer to advance her knowledge. She had her favored teachers, certainly -- I imagine Nobundo was always far too busy, but Umbrua, sitting patiently outside of Stormwind always found the time for my Klimma's questions.Much like the class quests...it gave a certain depth to the world around her. So...yeah. Such a beautiful little video. The production values are amazing. People in this community never cease to amaze me with their creativity.
11-03-2011 @ 11:58AM
I hope they don't competely make them obsolete. Maybe we could visit them to learn specific stuff. Maybe we could visit them every 15 levels to get our talents and learn the rest on the fly? That wouldn't be bothersome or annoying, I think...
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