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5-03-2007 @ 2:17PM
I've been playing for years. But have only played EQ and WoW. But I always tried different classes just to see how they work(to at least a min of level 40). It keeps the game fresher and improves your skill over all in group, raids, and soloing. When you are used to playing one way with a rog...you have to look at every fight differently when playing a class like a hunter, shaman or priest. Each class has its strengths and weaknesses and can't react the same way to the situation. PVP wise, knowing this first hand does nothing but make you a better player. It also gives you the advantage over someone who doesn't have that knowledge. And to piggy back even more on #4. I mainly played dps classes(60+ mages, hunter and rog). Forget playing a tank and dealing with having to keep aggro. Play a healer and deal with keeping everyone alive while the tank and mage play aggro ping pong. My main is now a resto shaman, and I despise aggro pullers more then tanks do."Not sure how you pulled aggro huh? maybe that combusto-trinket-pyro crit did it?" I think everyone should have to walk a mile in another classes shoes.
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