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2-05-2009 @ 4:42AM
I disagree with your disagreement.First of all, if you get a character to level 20 and decide you don't like it, you probably won't enjoy leveling it to 60, and there's no point putting up with something you don't like just on the offchance that you might like it later.On the flip side, if you do level a Hunter (say) to 20, then get bored and level a Druid to 80, and then find you don't like playing a Druid in endgame, that Hunter is still there for you to go back to. You haven't lost anything by trying out more than one class.To put it another way, you're probably right that how a class plays at 20 isn't a good indication of how it will play at 70, but it's a pretty good indication of how it will play *on the way* to 70, and the first 60 levels are as much part of the game as the last 20.
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