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9-28-2007 @ 12:04PM
sorry but all this article is wrong. I have tanked with warrior and paladin, and without a shadow of a doubt paladin has it alot harder in every aspect except the few cases where we run it low health fast hitting highly populated mobs. Which are very rare in outland, its all high health casters everywhere. pleas try farming primals as a paladin the you cam c9om,met on hard it to solo as a tank. With a warrior i found using a two hander and dps gears is much better than trying to dual wield. Heroic strike crit and victory rush acn do 1000-1200 damage with nice gear at level 70, the paladin has nothing like that, and no tanakdin takes any of the damage stuff from ret (not that anything there would help except maybe seal of command, which is no where near as good as heroic strike spam).Then lest talk about elite quests , here warrior and paladin are about equal but if that elite can cast spells, which lest face it alot of them do and itrs nearly always 2000damage shadow bolts, the warrior wipes teh floor with paladin. Then there is the fel reavers of hellfire, with tons of block value the warrior tank can solo thos etoo, the paldin will find it very hard to block as much damage as warrior.Druids are slightly better of than warrior is soloing but once again the drop from any caster type mob that alos has high health.get yourself a decent two hander and the try again, a prot warrior cant dps good with dual wielding.
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