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3-30-2009 @ 9:27AM
Always when I refresh one last time Lichborne seems to pop up, haha X DMore frost informationz! :P I am sort of confused at this point. Should I go 2H or DW, should I tank or DPS, should I stay Frost or not, and how to spec. I played my DK from day 1 until like 2 months ago, 2H Frost DPS worked great but in the end it was just terribly boring. I thought what the heck it's worth to give DW a try, always been a DW type and been curious on how it works for DKs, anyway 2H was just a no-go anymore. DW was hard to rate honestly, it was fun but at the same time not, something seemeed weird. So I was already confused what to do or how to spec really, the 3.1 notes that kept coming didn't make it easier. I decided to put my DK on ice, that and well I was occupied in rl as well, I have to urge to play her again but now I might as well wait for 3.1. Then at least if nothing more things are how they're supposed to (for now), regarding talents/trees, glyphs and so on. Maybe I can decide what the heck to do. While DK isn't a "hard" class I wouldn't say it's that easy either, because it's so different from the other classes.. all trees are viable for tanks/dps and pvp, which means you have so many choices available, that means more choices to make. And we got RP/runes/cooldowns to manage, diseases, death runes, and there's so many different rotation possibilities out there, just looking at the Wowhead dk forums make me dizzy.
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