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6-03-2009 @ 4:10PM
I recommend a shaman, druid, or paladin. So many options and so little time!
6-04-2009 @ 7:47AM
hi, just wanted this to be at the top...lvling a priest as shadow before vampiric touch is a horrible idea. instead i recommend a smite build with spirit tap which is more mana conserving and does more dps than a shadow build which is the more traditional lvling method...for a little information about glyphs, builds etc. check out this thread on mmo-champ where the advantages and techniques for lvling as smite are laid out in more detail.http://www.mmo-champion.com/index.php?topic=58781.0
6-04-2009 @ 10:04AM
I can attest to the Smite priest build as I'm leveling one now. In some cases if you crit Holy Fire as well as smit you can just about two shot mobs at your own level, it's pretty powerful. I've run into a few priests playing straight shadow builds at my level (20's) and they do significantly less damage than I do.Do yourself a favor: roll smite until the 40's. It's awesome!
6-04-2009 @ 3:59PM
Not sure about Shammy and Druid but agree with you about the easiest/quickest to level being Paladin (once past level 10). I also think Deathknight, Warlock and Hunter can be as fast.However, since DKs and Pallys are so OP, have been for awhile and look like they will continue to be for the rest of WotLK I think choosing either of them could be double edged. Sure they are easy to level and are OP but they are also extremely popular and likely to remain so and the competition for getting into PuG Heroics or PuG Naxx might be tough for a causal.
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