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3-30-2012 @ 11:43AM
Q:Okay, I understand the big programming issues of giving warlock's the option to have green fire... But why not just make it a change across the board for all of their fire spell effects? are there really any warlocks out there that want red fire? (I think they are called mages).Another Q:With the popularity of the Scroll of Resurrection, it got me thinking...Do you think they will ever add an actual in game scroll that can be made by scribes to give the non-healing classes a rez spell? It would be so nice if those pesky dps that always live (feign death, vanish, invis, etc) were be able to rez their fallen friends. And the mass rez guild perk doesn't count...
3-30-2012 @ 11:59AM
- "are there really any warlocks out there that want red fire? (I think they are called mages)."Yeah, there are warlocks who like red fire and want to keep it. I personally want purple fire.
3-30-2012 @ 12:19PM
Shouldn't you guys and gals have black fire?
3-30-2012 @ 12:23PM
Something which Blizzard seem to be get, but not all players do, is that there are lots of people, on almost any question, who prefer the status quo to a given, specific change, even if they don't see the status quo as optimal.
3-30-2012 @ 12:24PM
You'll have to pry black fire from my shadow priest's cold, dead hand. Sorry, I meant "you'll have to be consumed by black fire from my Forsaken shadow priest's cold, dead hand."
3-30-2012 @ 12:35PM
People bitch when we don't get green fire.People will bitch if we are all given green fire.So Blizzard picks the easy answer, and goes with the status quo, instead of giving us what we should have had in the first place (green fire!)
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