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10-03-2007 @ 9:42PM
Nice overview in general - I'd agree with Dave on #2, however. I started grouping at about 50 with my hunter and the learning curve was pretty steep. No matter what folks say about hunters being "easy mode," having a pet, being responsible for traps, and working with a ranged weapon can equal lots of mistakes while you're learning. Kara is not where you want to learn to group. Some of the fights are a little tricky and it is entirely possible to wipe your group multiple times by doing something stupid. You want to get all your stupid stuff (most of it) out of the way in a 5-man, not in Kara where folks would most likely like to rip right through the boss fights. But...This is just a game, so jump in! If you've got a chance to do something, do it! Don't be afraid to take on some pixels. Folks like to make this content seem like a big hairy deal or, conversely, are dismissive of the difficulty because they are gods of Warcraft in their own eyes; but in the end this game should be...a game. Fun. Good times makin' friends. While you want to be prepared and do well, you also need to see things in perspective.
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