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8-11-2008 @ 12:42AM
I actually remember one of my characters early on when I started playing WoW. I had finally gotten the game mechanics down and was pretty clear of the "newbie" phase. It was an orc hunter, who didn't have a pet. I refused to have a pet on that character. Marksman spec, but no pet. I did it partially for the challenge, partially because I don't want my character's ability based around a limited AI, and partially because I wanted an archer. But I remember this-it was fun and hard.Yet another character that I played for a while was my warlock, aka my melee-lock. I would dot up the mobs and run in, with my imp or succubus providing backup. Putting most of my points in the demo tree to increase my personal survivability, as well as handful into afflict and destro. I stacked mostly strength and stamina, and as much attack power as I could get. It was a lot of fun. And once again, really hard.
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