Because I wasn’t happy with just ONE paladin charger …
Sadly, the tourney dailies have been put on hold until I finish the Midsummer Fire Festival.
Tags: Argent Charger, horses > all, mounts, paladin, Screenshots, WoW
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i am saddened by the lack of making fun of sorak in this post :(
Awww crap! I did promise to make fun of Sorak today, didn’t I.
I’ll think of something.
How about this … you want to know how often Sorak died last night? On his shaman?? Even on the ones where he tried to pretend he could play ele, sometimes he died right after the pull. It was pretty awesome.
I didn’t think it was possible….
I died on Sorak more than I do on Cayle!
Well that’s cause she actually heals you on Cayle vs letting you die to hear the death cry on Sorak.
He died so many times he even had a 2min rez timer. It was glorious!
There is no time for holidays when we are 3-manning lowbie instances!
lol. Inorite? We so totally could have handled the Lycaeum ourselves, too, but it was late and was so much faster with HB. Clearing out the Grim Guzzler though on three level-appropriate toons? Epic.
Sigh… Congrats yet again! I think I’m going to have to bring sorak’s dynasty of death to a crashing, burning end. Move over sorak, gromyste has arrived!
Hmm. It’ll be interesting to see how you manage to do that on a spriest. Maybe if you stand in melee like Ryli ….
You do have an admirable track record as a very competent floor tank on Dred though. :D
How does a Spriest die in an instance. Bring a hunter and find out :)
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