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11-11-2011 @ 8:19AM
Apologies that this is somewhat off topic, but you reminded me of something one of our mages did on Magmaw once - we tended to have the raid stack in melds range while a hunter or frost DK did all the work with the adds. You know how you mentioned mages blinking? Well let's just say this mate, who only needed to move if that half of the room lit up, soon discovered just what that Magmaw spends all his time in feels like.We mocked him about it for months on end.
11-11-2011 @ 8:21AM
*melee range - stupid smartphone. WTB edit button.
11-11-2011 @ 8:32AM
GAAAAH, I JUST REALISED THERE'S MORE MISTAKES!WHY MUST YOU DO THIS TO ME? SOMEWHERE OUT THERE AN EDIT BUTTON IS SITTING IN A RECLINER, SIPPING TEA, WATCHING LIVE SURVEILLANCE OF ME RAGING BECAUSE THERE IS NO WAY I CAN CHANGE WHAT I'VE WRITTEN!(Could someone PRETTY PRETTY PLEASE ask Joystiq to hurry up and fix the comment system? I've been able to un-send and edit emails (thanks to the the brilliant minds behind Gmail) for probably a year now (provided I hit undo within 20 seconds of sending the email), yet I can't edit a comment on a blog that lives through its community. A community which exists entirely within the commenting system.)
11-11-2011 @ 10:22AM
As a mage, I've definitely Blinked into unfortunate things. Off of platforms, into horrible green goo, into fire, into the Lich King's crotch... It happens. And it's fun to laugh about later on.
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