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5-13-2009 @ 11:23AM
Yeah I heard Rogues and Warlocks were one of the least played classes... guess the numbers are true. Here I am... with only one level 80... and he's a Rogue...Less competition on loots! YAY
5-13-2009 @ 11:32AM
Tis trueWe have only one rogue raiding Uld with us, the lucky so and so.
5-13-2009 @ 1:02PM
No shame in that. I generally used to play the anti-class-of-the-moment game, and pick the least popular class at the moment. Mostly for petty personal reasons, but also to see how much I can pull out of them, even if they are perceived as underpowered.Back in Vanilla, this was my getting a druid to the cap, as kitty feral, and still getting decent DPS. In TBC it was me leveling an Enh shamie. In niether of these cases did I stoop to healing, either, and still got slots, and respect. Oddly, I decided to fix that by leveling a lock why they were the CotM, and now I sit at lvl69, as one of the least played classes. This makes me wonder whats going to happen to pallies, since I've also got one of them up to 69.
5-13-2009 @ 2:33PM
"In niether of these cases did I stoop to healing, either""Stoop" to healing? So, healing is beneath you... does that mean healers are beneath you? Oh, if you were in my guild....
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