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4-03-2008 @ 2:59PM
Useful info...Wouldn't it be great if every player could spend a day in each classes shoes. I must admit it wasn't till I got into raiding how important it was to have a basic understanding of each class, not just your own.The thing I hate thought is people who think they know you're class better than you do. I'm cool with constructive criticism and helpful advice but I repeatably, it seems have to tell people that... "There's more than one way to skin a cat.."
4-03-2008 @ 3:16PM
I've played every class up through at least 30 (priests excepted, but I'm working on it) for this very reason. I know that's not the same as playing on a 70, but it does at least give a feel for what the bread and butter abilities of a class can do. I wish the game rewarded heavy alt players more than it does. We'd probably see less cross-class bickering if it did.
4-03-2008 @ 3:21PM
Reward heavy alt players... like account based attunement?That'd be cool!I've also tried to play each class... alas my Warlock & Shaman are level 10. But it does give you a chance to get a feel for them even if its very rudimentary its better than nothing at all.I also don't specifically read blogs and forums about those classes (I stick to reading about Healing (Paladin & Priest) and Mages) but I will read whatever is written about here at wowinsider just for a general look at what each class is upto.
4-03-2008 @ 7:08PM
wowwiki has a great series of articles on how classes can use their skills to work together in a group, and how to help in a group in general.
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