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6-03-2009 @ 5:43PM
Different classes are easiest/quickest at different levels.Warlocks are strong throughout (picking up especially about level 30) but there's a lot of annoying travel early on to get pets.First ten levels of hunter will suck for someone with poor skills but it's watch-a-movie-while-leveling after that.Mages don't have much downtime if you know what you're doing, but sloppily run they'll spend most of their time drinking. (Step 1: buy a wand at level 5. Step 2: buy a better wand at level 10.) They can self-heal effectively with glyphed evocation.DK can faceroll through anything but maxing their DPS is tricky.Shamans start slow...very very slow. As enhance once dual wield/windfury kicks in they take off like a rocket. Can solo almost anything (especially Alliance--that instant hot is raw leveling love). They've also got the 15 minute hearth, set it in Dalaran or Shat ASAP. At level 1 if you can.Ways to escape a situation gone badly wrong are important. Hunters, rogues, and warlocks are the masters. Mages can go invisible but that's 70+. A nova->blink->run sometimes is enough to break combat. Sheep can save your bacon. Pallies can bubble. Warriors are sort of screwed: go down fighting while raging against the gods! Shaman have assorted snares and enhance eventually gets the wolves to taunt so you can bug out.
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