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3-12-2012 @ 3:12PM
On aesthetics, I would love an option to turn off the visual effect from a weapon enchant. When I have Landslide on something and I go flying, I leave a little smog trail like a helicopter. I feel like Pigpen.I want portable anvil and a forge. They would be a great Engineer thing - a one-use item that they can sell to people, and a BoE reusable item that anyone could drop wherever they are. It'd be great for levelling, when you want to reduce the amount of crap in your bags but don't want to go back to town yet.
3-12-2012 @ 3:52PM
"I realize this thread has been around for a while but the topic is still relevant. As many of you may or may not know, weapon enchants have been a feature of World of Warcraft since the beginning. Providing iconic and recognizable looks to various enchants is something that’s added an element of uniqueness to the game and to your character. However, we do understand they can sometimes overpower the aesthetics of the awesome weapons you can obtain in game now. It’s certainly something we have discussed with the developers recently and we’ll be looking into potentially allowing an enchant toggle. If and when such a feature is introduced, we’ll be sure to let the community know as soon as possible."http://us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/topic/3393349558?page=4#67
3-13-2012 @ 10:09PM
I find it weird that Blacksmith can not repair gear, at least plate.
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