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3-05-2008 @ 5:55PM
Although I detest RP servers and play on a PvP server, this might sound like it comes from a RP point of view. Paladins are the most cowardly of all the classes. For a class that claims it's the best and bravest of holy knights, they seem to do nothing but run away from combat. Most of these no-talent kids that play them simply flounder and run around in circles if you drain their mana, if they engage in combat long enough for this to happen. It also doesn't help that only Alliance and blood elves are able to play paladins, perpetrating the "myth" that they are all children. Blizzard should drastically rework this class to feature some options that aren't using a force field and running as fast as you can.
3-05-2008 @ 6:03PM
If you call it cowardly, in BG's as a healadin I tend to run away from 3+ on 1 situations. I can win a few 2 on 1's (mainly, 2 physical classes that can't heal well) but 3 on 1 is just stupid. And I hate giving out free HKs.Just the other day I managed to kite 5 allies around their starting area in AB, providing the opportunity for our team to get the Stabs.
3-05-2008 @ 6:44PM
"Most of these no-talent kids that play them simply flounder and run around in circles if you drain their mana"So would you like me to just politely stand still and auto attack as you DOT me/fear me into the ground? (i assume your either a Lock or a Spriest from the mana drain comment)Id say 90% of the time a OOM pally (especially a Holy spec) = Free HK
3-06-2008 @ 12:38PM
Hmm a mana based class, that retreats to restore their mana when you take away there mana. Wow, a sound tactical decision criticized by some one who clearly play one easy mode classes. Wonder how much of a coward you would be be if you pet and all you mana were taken away. For Some reason I bet you turn into super coward in a an instant. ot to mention you attacking from range against a toon that has no range attack. Talk about being a coward.
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