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2-04-2009 @ 11:34PM
I have a question for The Queue. Maybe it's not the best place to ask, but anyway...Im planning to start a new Horde character( never played horde) over a new server with a friend of mine whos gonna be starting WoW(we'll be using the recruit a friend thing). I was wondering if the is a class combo who could allow us to do instances while leveling but without requiring us to get other people. I was thinking Hunter-Priest? Would the pet be able to tank instances on the way of leveling? Feel free to answer in the comments if you dont fell it deserve a spot in an edition of The Queue. Thanks
2-05-2009 @ 3:20AM
Couple of suggestions from someone who has played around with the RAF...Money is a pain to come by - even if you quest you will out level your gold supplies, and mount training even becomes a problem. Same with profs - you'll out level those too... with the possiible exception of skinning. One way around this is make a dk and level it through the first half of OL... you'll probably end up with a fair chunk of change.As for hunter pet tanking - you can get away with it until about ZF iirc... although you won't be able to hit instances until you're pretty much on or over level. Also, if you're playing with an entirely new player then learning to two man instances is not the easiest thing - there's a lot of things to learn and just because you've seen the pulls a lot of times doesn't mean that it will work necessarily well. (As an aside pala might be a better choice for your healer - less squishy = and you can heal pretty well with a ret/holy spec increasing dps by a fair amount)
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