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7-17-2009 @ 11:24AM
"The solution to helping people learn their class is simply playing their class IN instances."This is SO true. I'm about 3 months into WoW, and have an 80 pally, 62 mage, 63 DK, and 27 druid, and I can say that with any of them, no matter how much questing and grinding I do, nothing compares to learning the class like doing even ONE instance. They vastly accelerate learning. It also very much applies to heroics as well. I healed my first heroic (Azjol-Nerub) last night, and it was quite different (mainly because it was faster paced) than doing normal instances.But I wouldn't say leveling teaches you nothing about your class. It can at least let you get some types of rotations down, and can let your learn some basics. But overall, your post is probably one of the best I've seen.
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