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10-27-2008 @ 8:12AM
silly little traditions i do? all my characters have to have the same names, termina or caeres. and im really stubborn about specs. on my pala, forever, people are like spec retri its a quicker levelling spec. but im too stubborn to do that. prot all the way!
10-27-2008 @ 10:31AM
*claps for your comment as well as the "post".More people should do as you do. I mean there are limitations as to what works, I knew a warrior that would remove all chest pieces ( exposing skin ) and weapons, just to increase his unarmed and defense rating per lvl.It was interesting until he did it in an instance, funny until we died. But besides that people should just enjoy the game the way they want, rather than worry about what / how others go about things.
10-27-2008 @ 2:21PM
Good to know I'm not the only one!! Yes, my friend stick to the PROT! Screw what everyone tells you is best. I started a Blood Elf Paly and I'm going Prot all the way!Here's a lesson on what's best: Play what the hell makes you happiest to play, what makes you enjoy it more, and what makes you enthusiastic every time you log on.On a side note, I played a Prot Warrior into the mid 50s back 2 years ago when it was an absolute attrocity to do so. My stubborness persevered and I don't regret it. He's still my favourite character. He's a bald, pale angry shield and sword gnome. End of story.I must say, coming back to the game 2 years later with the new feat tree fixes on Prot... holy crap is all I gotta say. If you don't believe me--try a Prot now.
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