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6-19-2009 @ 1:11AM
fury is nice and flashy but hardly that great for leveling.. it is the hardest to gear of the two and don't as much burn as arms does in the same set of quest greens and blues... and what it does have over arms is a small bit if heal that i never thought was good enough to call a "heal".. you get more from a pot on a leftover heathstone.. even so arms you can hit harder and have a few trick if a problems comes around..But u have to say PROT is the only way to go... you DPS a bit slower.. but you'll die half as you would any other spec.. less death means less run time.. equels much more EXP per hour.. don't dear say prot can't DPS.. as long as something is trying to hurt you.. you will be able to hurt them back... the more they try to hurt you them more you do to them.. I can AOE grind like a OP geared mage only with out the running away part... as arms I can handle about 5 or 8 mobs as fury i can take on a few more like 10 12..... but as prot i can take a good 20 non elite and AOE grind them.. warriors have alot of AOE attacks.. and can easy take most all the damage.. and have soo many "oh shit" buttons your able to save your butt for more then you trying to burn everything before you expire.. even some elite mobs made for 3 or 5 man group quest are a joke to you.. if your skiled and have just ok gear.. you can solo them.. i know i did..and another layer of frosting in the cake... it's great for finding a group... people have a spot just for you.. called tank... and even if your not that good at tanking you in a safer spot the a DPS as finding a tank is about as fun as rubbing lemon in your eyes..You want to level with less trouble, easyer to gear, quest much faster and make a few friends?.. GO PROT and never look back.. i don't.. oh and prot warriors rock in PVP too.
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