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10-03-2007 @ 4:48PM
while I suppose this is all useful information...if you SERIOUSLY haven't been in more than 3 instances ever, you absolutely %100 need to run every single instance in BC at least 3-5 times to learn how to play in a group. At least. I'd suggest getting revered with all instanced factions for good measure. You're probably undergeared for Kara if you're not instancing. You're definitely underexperienced, and you can read all you want about strategies but if you don't know what you're doing, you just don't know what you're doing. Playing a hunter solo is very very different from playing one in an instance, and even further it's different from your expectations in a raid. (much like every class). But, 5-man boss mechanics are usually simplified variants of the things you'll see a lot in larger raids so understanding how the less difficult encounters work helps a lot for adjusting to and understanding the big ones. You'll get your shot rotation figured out (it's not just about letting loose a DOT, sending your pet out and having autoshot take down the mobs!) and you'll figure out alllll the stupid stuff you can do to wipe your group, in an environment that won't necessarily expect you to have it all figured out. I know that most people think they have their class figured out, but having it figured out for solo play isn't really anything like having it figured out for instances and raids. All this good advice for Kara is a bit useless without the understanding of how to really work your class in instances in general.
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