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6-03-2009 @ 5:37PM
Druid entry is insanely biased to a ridiculous degree.As previously mentioned the rogue comment would mostly apply to pre-WotLK end-game. Spriest leveling is extremely fun and not hard at all, even pre-shadowform, although priest is a class i wouldn't really recommend for casuals. Also once you reach late-vanilla/BC content you will never have to stop for drinking as you can just alternate mana regen CD's and you will have constant replenishment Hunters, pallies, and dks are all obvious casual choices as they are easy to level, not extremely gear dependent, have high survivability and are generally fun to play. All casuals should avoid shamans as they are aren't very hard to play but are very time consuming just due to totem dropping. Though dps shamans are in very high demand right now as totem buffs+Bloodlust>>>another DK dps. Mages destroy mobs at low to mid levels, capable of killing an attacker before they even land a blow, but at the cost of terrible mana efficiency. There is a reason mages can make their own water, you will be drinking after a very small number of pulls for much of the game. Warriors are a decent option for casuals, but if you wanna wear plate and kill things dk or ret pally is a much easier way to go. Locks are easy leveling and fun end-game. Not as good for casuals as hunters, but not really much harder or more time consuming either.Decent article, would have liked a more in-depth look into class choice, but wasn't expecting much as it is WoW Casually
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