/dives onto ore node
/rogue appears, stabs
/casts Hungering Cold
/mounts and flies away
Amber is excited, oh look a filler post, this is not a flowchart, zomg Hungering Cold
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#1 by Rades on December 10, 2010 - 11:47 am
#2 by Ambrosine on December 10, 2010 - 11:50 am
@Rades – I love ice cubes SO MUCH. It’s almost useless in a party setting unless I cube something far enough away, but it’s lovely for mining. Aggro’d something? ICE CUBE. Horde? ICE CUBE. Just uh, don’t cube them on top of your node. That’s silly. >.>
#3 by Rades on December 10, 2010 - 12:45 pm
My questing spec has the glyph so it costs no Runic Power, so Icecubes is ALWAYS AVAILABLE. It’s definitely my “oh shit too many run away!!” move. :D
#4 by Forreststump on December 10, 2010 - 1:09 pm
Hungering Cold takes you out of combat to mount up? Or is it that not engaging the rogue left you out of combat?
#5 by Ambrosine on December 10, 2010 - 4:55 pm
@Forreststump I think not engaging the rogue did it. Honestly I was surprised I could mount up, but gleefully took advantage of the opportunity. Normally I expect to grab the node but die for my victory.
#6 by shadanzi on December 11, 2010 - 12:03 am
I remember levelling my DK alt as frost and using Hungering cold when I wanted to pick up my glass and have a drink. I’m on a pve server so don’t normally get ganked but it’s great fun in battlegrounds when capturing flags :D
#7 by ekinara on December 11, 2010 - 7:27 am
In PvP you only need to not take action or have action taken against you for 5 seconds to be considered “out of combat” so hungering cold last 10 seconds, you use about 2 to mine and the rest to get out of combat and run like hell.
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