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12-12-2008 @ 1:14PM
The problems with the DK being the flavor of the month will die down over the next few months. As for the customization, many people are glad to be able to change their character. As for me, I really don't care about the feature. Once you have your armor and stuff on can you really see much of the skin or face color of your character? On my Belf DK you can't even see his face in most of the gear unless you turn off the helm option, and you can't really see much of his skin either. As for people who are worried over the gender change... Get over it. I personally have both male and female characters, including: 1 male tauren, 1 male Belf, 1 Male orc, 3 female belf. Again who cares. As for the refer a friend, yes you can power level your characters too quickly. I leveled a Rogue to ~ 45 while barely playing it thanks to the "grant a level". Thankfully I also play a feral druid so I know dps pretty well, but the point is people really don't get to know some of their characters if they power level them.
12-12-2008 @ 2:37PM
"The problems with the DK being the flavor of the month will die down over the next few months"This is what will make me LOL. I am in a casual raiding guild, and had, oh lets say 10, of our primary raiders change mains to DK's. Fine by me 6 of those were caster dps. More loots for me. Our raids used to have about 4 mages 6 locs and 1 spriest(me). So you can imagine the amount of gear I got(when noone else wanted it). I am very excited about losing those casters as it lets me gear up and show my full potential faster.Also the DK's were supposed to be an answer to fix the tank shortage. I have healed on my shammy well over 50 dk groups and only had about 5 of them where there was a dk that actually said he/she was a tank.LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL its all BS why have any responsibiliy when you can just dps.For this I give Blizzard a fail for the quest to fix the tank shortage.
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