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3-10-2008 @ 1:34PM
Man what a jack ass. I bet you're still stuck in shattered halls trying to figure out how to get passed 5..oh alright.So heres the funny thing about this. If you're an idiot, and you're a paladin, and you're prot spec, you think to yourself "I can do anything you can do better." The funny thing is, you really can't. I take that back, multi mob. I play Jekab on cenarion circle if you'd like to speak with me, go for it. I've been prot spec for about 5 months? And then after 2.4 I switched to ret. "Wtf ret?" see the funny thing is, I was in t4 with kara and some badge gear, making it ya know the standard quota for paladin tanking gear. I've tanked Kara, gruul, some ssc ((Quite unsuccessfully I might add)) and Tk once. Sure, thats not t6 content, but I have to say this. We have a paladin tank in our t6 content, he handles a couple mobs quite well. Is he geared? Some what, he sure as hell knows what he's doing though. But for a fight like Reliquary of souls, hes in healing gear. Why, because a warrior has a better chance at living. But no, a paladin tank will not be in end game main tanking, if he is grats! Thats awesome! But I'd rather beat my head against a wall. And that is what you'd be doing. I'm sorry paladin tanks but your place is in five mans, karazhan, za, and some heroics. Oh, enjoyed the article thanks for the great read!
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