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5-13-2009 @ 12:54PM
I am with you Mike. I enjoy playing a DK to as well. I have played a priest, rogue, and warrior. I got my Rogue to 70 and my Priest to 80. I switched over to a DK and leveled that up to 80 and enjoy playing that more often than my other two. I find it depressing how i see people down DK's because of this or that. I hear because DK's are overpowered. In what way do I ask. The way i see it in PvP Paladins or Mages make the better class in PvP. I get my tail handed to me often by those two classes. Even hunters have tricks that are hard to get pass in a PvP setting. Sometimes I get turned down going on a raid just because I play a DK. Even though I am geared with T7 and T7.5 gear and have a Defense Cap of 547 I get turned away because I am a DK. Even though I know how to play the class and have tanked successful Heroic and 10 man raid content I still get the "we are not looking for any DK's". It makes me wonder how the players would feel when a new Hero Class pops up on scene. Would they treat that Hero Class like a step child for a while too. To me it's how you play the class that makes one successful in doing Raids and Heroics. Learning how to play your class so as not to make mistakes is key. I enjoy playing a DK because I like the style and what it reminds me of, a minor magic using Warrior that kicks ass and takes names. DK's are like one piece of a large puzzle, they have their place in the World of Warcraft just like any other class. A tank can't go it alone without a Healer and DPS to back him/her up just like DPS can't go it alone without a Tank. I tank good with my DK because I took the time to learn the class. Just like any other class took time to learn their own. The DK population looks like it is going down which is good in a sense. But I will continue to play mine until I find another class I would enjoy better. Maybe a Druid tank someday.
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