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7-17-2009 @ 2:37PM
If you can't learn a DK in the starting area, you're not trying. No class is that hard to master the basics of, DK included. What's hard are the subtle things and Wrath, sadly, doesn't require those as much. I'm talking about kiting and trapping as a hunter, stunlocking as a rogue, kiting as a frost mage, etc... those skills will take time to perfect. But give me *any* toon and I can play it decently in 5 levels. It's not that I'm uber or anything, but most classes only require the use of a few abilities per spec and it's generally a matter of learning what spells do, thinking about when you'd want to use that and a bit of practice. To be decent won't take anyone who's a reasonably good player more than a few levels. To become very good.. maybe 15 or 20 level max. And that, to me, is the issue with leveling from 1. It just doesn't take 79 levels to learn a toon. When the world is new to you, it's kind of cool. But the quests are repetitive (kill X of Y isn't different at 63 vs 13) and once you've seen the world... leveling is a pain. I do think the opportunity to start a new toon at, oh, 40 or so if you have an 80 would be nice.
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