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6-23-2009 @ 8:25AM
My Paladin. Given the schizophrenic nature of the buffs and nerfs to paladins, as well as the HUGE post 3.0 backlash against our over-buffed OPness. I decided that my DK was going to be my new main. I was the first 80 DK in my guild of 500+, and about the 5th 80 overall, but even now I find my DK is fun, but my paladin is just... amazing to play. I loved the paladin class from when I started pre 1.9 (5 minute blessings, 10 minute greater blessings, 30 second seals WOOT) when I had NO clue what I was doing, and I have levelled 4 at different times in my playing career. Now I have an 80 DK, an 80 Balance/Feral druid, and of course, my 80 Paladin--who I swore was going to take a break. But it's impossible to put him down--now I'm working on making him the Achievement Whore/PvP toon of my many many alts.
6-23-2009 @ 8:44AM
Same with me here. While my DK is my main toon now, I find myself going back to my ol' pally again and again. She was my second serious toon, and after putting her on ice for about a year and a half, I recently leveled her to 80, and am loving the class again. I love the uncomplicated play style of Ret, and PvP healing is a load of fun, too. I think the introduction of dual spec really breathed new life into the class for me.
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