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43 bag spaces


I have 43 bag spaces free.
Will that be enough?
Over the weekend I cleaned out my bags and bank, De’d a lot of the epics I had won with blood sweat and tears, as well as old pvp gear.
Made myself a “Can’t live without’ bag and put all my essentials, food, flasks, Haunted Memento,   Steamy Romance novel ( for long flights?)  all in one bag.  I have another bag and a bit of a healing set, and my pvp gear.  Then all I need to  do is make sure I am dressed in my Shadow form then away……

I might stock up on some thread for my cloth leg/cloak  chants,  as well as a shoulder and head chant spare for decent upgrades along the way, and maybe some mats for bracer/feet/hand chants  – anything that makes it easier  – if I have the gold and or mats.  Why not? 

And tonight,  the last day before Cata hits.  I shall lose my Precious Shadow Pvp Spec and go back to reality and Pve.

No more silence, no more horrify. I shall not be needing you while I level, but I promise when I am 85 and if I haven’t been roped into healing. I shall return.

I’m not really prepared but I think thats enough.

I would have asked  for some time off from work for Cata,  but I started my new job today – well same job –  different location.  Susssing out the local coffee joints and food courts so  between job and cata.  I might be a little quite.

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7 Responses to “43 bag spaces”


  1. 1 Klepsacovic December 6, 2010 at 5:23 am

    I tend to use PvP-like builds for leveling, since so often circumstances do not fit the ideal for DPS. The extra tools often save my life.

  2. 2 Shiva December 6, 2010 at 5:34 am

    Yeah, I actually think shadow pvp talents are more useful for leveling than not. Do I want Psychic Horror, Silence and all that stuff? HELL YES.

  3. 3 Anonymous December 6, 2010 at 6:59 am

    Agree with the other comments. I’m a lock myself, but keeping one spec pvp and the other raiding. Think a lot of the pvp talents will come in handy. Too bad Spriests dont have a Voidy.

  4. 4 gevlon December 6, 2010 at 9:43 am

    Klepsacovic is right, PvP specs are better for leveling, especially if you are on a PvP server. I’d suggest to have PvE healing offspec to be able to dungeons (or not if you hate healing).

    Also, 43 empty spaces? How? I mean I have more without any kind of preparation. You have a 16 slot backpack and 4×20 slot bags. That’s 96 slots. What are you keeping in the 53 filled slots?

    • 5 Shiva December 6, 2010 at 7:09 pm

      Full set of pvp gear, engineering teleporter, consumables (which I plan to use while leveling), other teleporters, my Elune stone that I never leave home without.

  5. 6 Celendus December 6, 2010 at 8:26 pm

    Being able to silence in instances sounds tremendously useful – many tanks would kill to have it to help move casters towards the party. Quick thinking and a big toolbox often save more lives than 3% more dps.

    Remember that Cataclysm content is still designed around the gear you’ll get while leveling – absolute pure DPS specs might not be needed until you hit a gear check boss in a raid.

  6. 7 Leola Lloyd December 24, 2010 at 12:54 pm

    I tend to use PvP-like builds for leveling, since so often circumstances do not fit the ideal for DPS. The extra tools often save my life.


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