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7-17-2009 @ 11:15AM
KIl'jaeden is a bigger threat than the Lich King ever will be. The Sunwell was merely a setback.More on-topic, I'm firmly in favour of the idea that you do get to grips with the class while leveling it, purely because you're spending your time becoming familiar with the class abilities, mechanics (i.e rage, runic power, etc), talent trees / specs, and so on. I've never played a rogue at the end-game (mine's sitting at 43 or so), yet if you handed me a level 80 one I'd have a good idea of what to do, because I've leveled as one for 42 levels and got a feel for the class. If you put me in front of a high-level priest for the last three levels or so of the game, where according to some of the above posters you learn how to play properly as you have the full scope of abilities, etc, I wouldn't have a clue whatsoever.As the Lesley said, she took up a mage and didn't have a clue - you can't just learn to play all of a sudden near the end of the process, it's a culmination of having learned through leveling and playing the class. Death Knights have a reputation that many (not all, but most) people who play one can't play their class and are literally just mashing buttons - this is the case because 25 levels is just not enough time to learn how the class works, hence at 80 a lot of people are still clueless and unawares (as has been mentioned in the comments here). It would be exactly the same if the other classes were able to skip the leveling process and start later on.- Vel.
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