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2-13-2012 @ 8:29AM
Great write-up Matthew!I have a very similar fondness for the Hammer of the Naaru. From the moment I first saw it, browsing through the exciting new loot tables of The Burning Crusade raids, it sparked a small fire in the back of my mind that eventually made me return to the Paladin class. The pursuit of this weapon, which I finally got early last year, wasn't quite as daunting (High King Maulgar doesn't really compare to the whole of Blackwingf Lair, after all) but I imagine our responses to seeing it finally equipped on our characters was much the same!And then came Landslide...
2-13-2012 @ 9:19AM
I'm sort of the same way. I loved the Battered Hilt questline. I got to go there and do the stuff. I *personally* did this whole quest chain, and got all this awesome lore, just for me. This great and powerful sword chose to bond with *me* as its wielder! Then some blood elf told me "lol u can't use sowrd" and gave me a mace instead. But I loved that mace, and was proud of it, and raided all throughout the end of Wrath with it and started Cata with it.Finally got to mog it, and bleh, it's not a mace at all, it's just Power Torrent with a handle. :/
2-13-2012 @ 9:45AM
@Mycroft Unfortunately, the same's true for the Quel'Delar sword when transmogging a caster sword with PT. It's very disappointing.
2-13-2012 @ 11:52AM
Power torrent needs to GO AWAY, at least, the visual on it. Textbook case for hiding echants if ever there was one. I'm wiellding a STAFF dagnabbit, not a plasma lollipop!
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