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The Queue: Soul man {WoW}

Jun 5th 2009 3:06PM I agree wholeheartedly: your stats are your self-buffed stats. Unbuffed = not buffed by others, the base that you will always have.

Breakfast Topic: Your favorite mount? {WoW}

Apr 17th 2009 1:58PM Wow, this is one of those things everyone wants to chime in on, and even though it's to page nine, and hardly anyone will read this, I feel compelled to add my ten cents.

My draenei hunter, my first main, would love a black worg mount to match her old pet, who mostly stays stabled nowadays since its unique skill was ruined. For flying, an epic ebon gryphon. Nice that they added a model for it in the form of the Black Knight's, so it's only a matter of time, but I really dislike the armoured look.

My current main, my shaman, wants an unarmoured version of her epic frostsabre, and in the meantime is riding a white riding talbuk. She has the flying mount she wants, the hippogryph, but an unarmoured epic snowy gryphon would make me write a random mount macro.

My druid wants a swift travel form, probably a stag, but is currently trying off-and-on for the raven lord and deathcharger. She will probably never buy a flying mount as flight form is so great: instant cast, and you can loot.

Lastly, for my rogue, a raptor... If I can get another healer into the ZG runs I do with a mate of mine, I'll start taking my rogue and crossing my fingers. For flying, she'll be buying that Oracles egg every week.

Well, that wasn't quite the last: my night elf hunter _finally_ got her mechanostrider! And promptly learned why people hate them so much :p She'd love to learn a schematic to create a quieter version, and looks forward to her roflcopter.

On another note, there should be a "black market" mount vendor in Booty Bay, where every basic (sold by vendors) mount is offered in limited supply at insane prices... I'm talking like several thousand gold for a regular level 30 mount. Also, I'd love to see some sort of item that you could use to turn a non-epic mount into an epic. It would cost more (maybe a lot more) than just buying an epic, but it'd offer the choice to use the more attractive regular mounts.

Breakfast Topic: Losing stuff in World of Warcraft {WoW}

Apr 12th 2009 1:51PM Yeah, I don't care for the armoured look, and I wish I could have a more plain epic mount. I finally got it in my riding talbuk, but those're the only unarmoured epics I know of.

It's even worse with the flying mounts, the regular ones look so much better (Alliance side, where we don't have those ugly wyverns).

Breakfast Topic: Losing stuff in World of Warcraft {WoW}

Apr 12th 2009 1:31PM VanCleef was definitely in the right to start out with, but by the time he's run off the innocent citizens of Westfall, he's plenty past that point.

Breakfast Topic: Losing stuff in World of Warcraft {WoW}

Apr 12th 2009 1:21PM I really love Archeus, it was the first time I ever asked a mate to give me a boost, so I could at least use it for a few levels before I replaced it.

As hard as Mor'Ladim is, it should be slightly higher level and a blue.

Breakfast Topic: Your wish {WoW}

Mar 9th 2009 10:44AM Druid: "I wish I didn't have to shapeshift into those ugly forms to do things."

Draenei shaman: "I wish everyone could just get along, and that the Orcs would at least understand that their genocide against my people was wrong." (http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=11503 - apparently the Mag'har still think the Draenei were their enemies, while Draenei pleas for peace are met with hostility.)

Forum post of the day: Great idea, poor implementation {WoW}

Feb 13th 2009 12:24PM I levelled my main, a shaman, as resto and had no problem, but recently had to do my first respec on my (then) 71 druid from balance to resto.

After the instance was over, I thought about staying resto so it'd be easier to get groups for instances, but I realised it would be too hard to level without the armour increase (15% mitigation with MotW) and pushback resistances from balance talents. Not impossible, but not very fun.

Probably the fourties would be the time to introduce dual specs, I was able to heal through SM as balance with no problem, but the fourties are when you start getting the first really unique build-specific talents.

I should also add that the arguments about introducing too much confusion for new players are pretty ridiculous. No-one will be forced to have two specs, only those who want them have to buy them.

Breakfast Topic: A pair of purple pixels, brah! {WoW}

Feb 4th 2009 2:52PM My first epic was the Gloves of Holy Might (http://www.wowhead.com/?item=867) which dropped in StV for my hunter in her late 30's. Even though I knew I'd get to wear mail in a couple of levels, and was practically broke, I equipped them, and wore them until Outland (probably passing over a couple of upgrades). Luckily, when a parrot dropped of some pirates further south, I looked it up on Wowhead. That Hyacinth Macaw sold for about 200 gold, I think, which seemed like a fortune when 2 gold was about the most I'd ever had at a time.

My first on my current main, a resto shammy, was the Whirlwind Bracers from Kara (http://www.wowhead.com/?item=28503), which was also the first piece of gear I ever thought was worth getting enchanted.