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6-03-2009 @ 5:19PM
I play casually, and one thing to consider is that in playing casually you're usually stuck in pugs if you want to see instanced content. As a result, if you play a strictly DPS class, you're going to have tough times getting into pugs, especially given that CC isn't as big a deal as it used to be (so mages, etc. have tougher times).Though hunter, DK, and lock were the easiest for me in terms of soloing a lot of elite quests and getting through quest content quickly, they were all tough for pugging. I've been slowly bringing a druid up through the past 3 monts, and thanks to dual-spec, it's been the most fun I've had on any char. If I want to go through quest content, I go kitty/bear, and if I want to instance, I switch specs and go tree o' life (or go bear if needed or go kitty if tank/heals is accounted for). The 1000g spent on the dual-spec was wisely spent IMO.I would say that any class that can switch between heals and/or tank and dps is the way to go: druid, paladin, shaman all fit the bill. Of the three, pally might be the only that could do it all: get you through lots of pugs on heals/tanking and get you through elite mobs solo via prot tree.I would personally recommend a druid. It's a fun class, and swift flight form is the balls.
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