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9-20-2006 @ 3:55AM
As Ghostle implies, if you have a character class that relies on his attack & defense skills then powerlevelling is not for you.You will quickly find that if a 60th level PC is helping you that you start to fall behind in these skills and soon you will be doing less and less damage to equal level mobs whilst they will be hitting you for loads more damage.[Note: thats one thing they don't tell you, when playing feral druid you need to take time out to keep your weapon skill up as you do not skill up in cat/bearform]On the other hand, if you're a class that has no intention of getting into melee i.e. mage, priest or lock then powerlevel away.In fact, powerlevelling at ~20th level for cloth wearers is an absolute must as things get tough for them.
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