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9-29-2006 @ 10:26AM
I'm a tankadin.I tried the the critadin before and may do so again.alot of paladins get type classed into healdins because 90% of them don't know what they're doing and healing is very easy for a pally to do. Spam flash of light, with the occasionaly holy light.Making a critadin or a tankadin and being successful is difficult because you have to spread points out through the trees. It's arguably one of the hardest classes to perfect in talent pts because of this. Lets face it Blizzard doesn't make it cheap to try new builds. I relegated myself to healadin for quite awhile. at least after the crusader nerf 1.4years ago. During this time on raids I would slowly gain tanking gear and crit gear. My tank gear is about as good as you can get for a paladin not doing MC or higher, minus a great shield. My healing gear is top notch, my crit gear is next.I still haven't figured out the best tanking build but have successfully tanked every boss, without losing aggro or being conflaged, pre20 man. Although I have tanked some 20 man bosses, just not the Hakkar or Oss.I guess what I'm saying is Paladins only suck because people don't take the time to learn the class and honestly after playing every class except priest. It is the hardest to get 100% down. (Again healadin is extremely easy).I would say if you have a pally in your group and he's out DPSing a Melee class then that melee person should be replaced for a healer before the paladin.Gunn
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