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3-25-2012 @ 3:52PM
I'm just going to leave this right here... http://www.wowhead.com/npc=3183#abilitiesSure, warlocks don't use fireball, but they use immolate, and this one is green. Go find the NPC in game and have him cast it on you; it's only a short walk to his cave from the orc starting area if you want proof.The model is already there, just give it to us... please. This also brings up the point that, if it's easy enough to make spell graphics like this for random NPC's... why wouldn't they be able to easily hand them over to warlocks? I don't really understand the logic there. Is the level 5 orc NPC really so special to where he deserved green fire, but the player class isn't good enough for it or something? I'll be the first to admit, I don't know how technical and complex a change like this could be the implement, but come on... From what I'm reading in this thread about there being green incinerate graphics in-game already and other such things, is it really too much to ask that we be given a way to wield them?
3-25-2012 @ 4:34PM
Just what I just saying to my friend, demons in Tol Barad do this as well, also when you create a macro there are green versions of warlock's icons too
3-26-2012 @ 1:20AM
They already have green fire versions of most if not all warlock spells in the game, and green fire icon versions to match them.I'm really not sure why they never bothered doing this before when there's always been such a strong demand for felfire.And personally, I'm surprised they're not just doing a minor Glyph of Felfire.
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