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Meggz
 
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safari hat

Postby Meggz » October 20th, 2014, 9:21 pm

has anyone else noticed the Safari hat now gives a buff instead of replacing your helm?
and while the buff is active it replaces your current helm with the Safari hat similar to how Moonfang's Shroud does.

I think it's a nice change, I can count a few times in raids realising I am still wear the hat. :oops:

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Re: safari hat

Postby Kpb321 » October 20th, 2014, 9:54 pm

Yeah that is nice for the not having to remember to equip it but on the other hand it doesn't last through deaths so for my mule logged at deadwind pass dies every time and I have to refresh it each time which is a pain.

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Re: safari hat

Postby Roisen » October 21st, 2014, 2:20 am

This killed me as I was flying to my first trainer after the patch!
But considering all the times I have gone into raid, killed a boss for the first time with my group and discovered the old pet hat on my head (I don't show helm) it is a life saver. Because nothing is more embarrassing than killing a heroic boss for the first time and then comparing gear to find it lodged on your head. Especially if someone else is the one calling you on it lol

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Re: safari hat

Postby Jazeel » October 21st, 2014, 4:02 pm

No different to healing an entire wing of a raid with a fishing pole equipped, which i manged to do twice in wrath :oops:

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Re: safari hat

Postby Aeonesti » October 22nd, 2014, 10:39 am

Kpb321 wrote:Yeah that is nice for the not having to remember to equip it but on the other hand it doesn't last through deaths so for my mule logged at deadwind pass dies every time and I have to refresh it each time which is a pain.

Side note, if you run as soon as the battle is over, you can get past the mausoleum and the bad guy will turn around and leash back.
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Re: safari hat

Postby Rendigar » October 23rd, 2014, 8:54 am

Jazeel wrote:No different to healing an entire wing of a raid with a fishing pole equipped, which i manged to do twice in wrath :oops:

LOL brings back memories... that was such a common problem for our druid healer in her permanent tree form.

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Re: safari hat

Postby Headchopperz » October 23rd, 2014, 6:26 pm

it should be put in the toybox imo

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Re: safari hat

Postby Rendigar » October 24th, 2014, 6:13 am

Headchopperz wrote:it should be put in the toybox imo

I agree, there are a number of things that really belong in there that didn't end up there. And something like the safari hat, which gets sent to every toon you have, is a perfect candidate.

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Re: safari hat

Postby Jerebear » October 24th, 2014, 7:26 am

Rendigar wrote:
Headchopperz wrote:it should be put in the toybox imo

I agree, there are a number of things that really belong in there that didn't end up there. And something like the safari hat, which gets sent to every toon you have, is a perfect candidate.


It used to be in the Toybox. Then they took it out some patches later.
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