Seems like there are few mages about in BC. I know that some long-times mages have "changed" toons and/or left. Mal went to alliance, Larry's new main is his druid and I've been playing my shaman a whole pile more than my mage.
Now I've tried leveling Ipit, but I kept on dying. I don't know if it's the fact I've been raiding for over a year and have gotten "lazy" and out of practice with him, or maybe it's my gear. I can't seem to do damage fast enough to kill the mobs quickly and getting an add just spells doom for me. I try and sheep the adds and they keep resisting.
Anywho, I wasn't sure if any other mages/former mages have been having this sort of trouble and maybe that's why they stopped playing them. Feel free to post your ideas and comments here. (And yes, I'm already aware that I probably "just suck" at playing my class )
I'm killing 3 mobs at a time without losing more then about a third of my life out in the noob Hellfire Peninsula. Maybe you are getting lazy, hehe.
But, if you do want to level Ipit, cause Ipit rules (Ipit the character as well as Ipit the person we all know as Ipit), let me know if I'm on, I'll be glad to team up with ya man. God knows you've done a lot to help everyone else in this guild.
They say the truth will set you free, but they don't say how deep the cut will be.
i'm guessing to rogue ability to dodge a lot helps, although I'm not sure not having actually played a rogue.
Thanks for the offer. I know that most of the time when I try and level my mage I tend to get people asking if my shaman isn't busy and want to heal for a run. Now I don't mind since I really like my shaman, it just makes it more difficult to level another toon. Having said that, my shaman is coming along nicely.
What the hell? I just read toady's patch notes and it says "for each rank of improved fireball and improveed frostbolt the +dmg coefficient goes down by 2%"
Now, doesn't that seem a little odd. Couldn'd they just change the description of the spell to read how much actually damage it does instead of fooling people about how much "extra" damage they're going to get? Bah, seems stupid to me.