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bTU

join:2009-04-22
Aurora, CO
reply to Immer

Re: [MoP] When will we see the class changes?

Not like they were pine trees though, so not sure how evergreen worked.

Would be interesting if they changed the leaf color based on the druid's hair color though.

cymraeg
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now that would be cool, the glyph chameleon lets you have different fur color when you shift, wouldnt be that hard i would think
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bTU

join:2009-04-22
Aurora, CO
Hell they are making a glypgh so travel form makes you a rideable stag. Glyph of oak, pine or birch shouldn't be too hard. Or glyph of bonsai for a true pocket healer.


DarkLogix
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Classic tree form rocked, I may not have a druid yet, but give trees back.

Blizz stopped alot of tree hugging by making that change
/tar nearest tree druid in raid (idealy a female one)
/hug


Immer
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Pine are not the only evergreens. Green is the color of heals and health bar (unless you have class colors turned on). It worked, even if the color of the tree was more yellow than green. Immergruen was more than just an evergreen tree... he kept everyone around him healthy and strong.

cymraeg
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one thing i have noticed is that when my addons start updating regularly things are about to change, in particular, bartender and suf and tidy plates, i have gotten 2 minor updates to bar and tp when a big one comes down i would expect it to be close.
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saillaw
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My favorite tree is a deciduous conifer, in case anyone was wondering.




The woodcock sometimes lives in deciduous conifer.




It would be cool if a woodcock lived in treeform Druids.

cymraeg
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frasier firs here


Immer
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I'm a fan of oak.


saillaw
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said by cymraeg:

frasier firs here

Like this one?

cymraeg
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i may have meant douglas, which ever one is the soft needles.


saillaw
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said by Immer:

I'm a fan of oak.

That's a broad category, are you more into this Angle Oak




or this Overcup Oak,




or this Stelmuž oak,




or one of the other about 600 species of oaks?

But to be fair, there are 15 species of trees that are deciduous conifers.
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cymraeg
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i have a pin oak in my backyard that i swear im going to cut down every fall and spring while im cleaning gutters
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Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau!
I've lost the bleeps, I've lost the creeps and I've lost the sweeps.


saillaw
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reply to cymraeg
said by cymraeg:

i may have meant douglas, which ever one is the soft needles.

They both have soft needles. The Douglas is the more common christmas tree, the frasier is usually considered more upscale.

cymraeg
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ok the long soft needle one not the short prickly one, not the one in that picture is that better?
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Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau!
I've lost the bleeps, I've lost the creeps and I've lost the sweeps.


Immer
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angle oak (and those that resemble it) are my favorites. Great climbing trees.


saillaw
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Yeah they are nice. They certainly look World of Warcrafty too.


saillaw
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Thoughts?

cymraeg
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trying not to


saillaw
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Am I odd for thinking some of these chicks are hot?


cymraeg
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no you are not, just proves you are alive still.


Nick D
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reply to Immer
I must say, I did not expect to come into work and see a thread on arborphilia.


saillaw
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Is tree porn against the corporate IT policy?


Immer
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said by saillaw:



Thoughts?

someone should really put out that fire on that moose.


Nick D
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If so, they should really remove all the org charts.


saillaw
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This must be an arborwhorehouse


saillaw
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Edited: The tree photos were too sexy for work. If you want to see them they are here.



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Immer
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wow... too funny


saillaw
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Hmmm, now that I look at that post I think those photos of trees might be too racy for the forum. Never thought I would say that. I guess I should remove them?


Immer
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yeah... maybe.