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8-03-2009 @ 11:58PM
I'm currently leveling a priest(she's 56 atm) and I'm so totally and thoroughly bored with her. I'm wondering if they in fact get better as I level up.The Q&A didn't give me any warm fuzzy feelings that the priest will be awesome to play at end game....
8-04-2009 @ 12:13AM
I'm impressed that you even got to 56... mine's at 20 and it's worse than pulling teeth.OOM after every second mob, if not every mob? Check.Power Word: Shield might as well not be there? Check.Not a chance in hell if another mob walks through the gigantic low-level aggro radius? Check.I've played every class at last to their mid-20s, and I can honestly say that Priest is the only one I've actively hated playing.
8-04-2009 @ 6:51AM
playing a priest is awesome. i loved levelling and i love end game healing. if you are trying to straight up grind to 80, playing a priest is not going to be that awesome... but if you're willing to take it slow, do instances, get in BGs, etc, it's GREAT.also, to all these people QQing about lowbie priests, seriously, try holy for levelling until you have the points to get shadowform. holy is completely OP at lower levels.why are people saying end game healing is boring, or that we don't use many of our spells? i play disc, and regularly use bubble/flash/penance/binding/PoH/renew/PoM... never GHeal, I'll accept, but a hell of a lot more fun than other classes seem to be for healing.
8-04-2009 @ 7:30AM
@56 my priest was healing ramps and BF. Discipline FTW!@45 I was grinding Timbermaw Hold rep taking on multiple mobs up to 5 levels higher than me, shielding, holy nova, renew, wand, holy nova, wand, renew, shieldNobody tell anyone that Discipline is OP.At 73 I healed HoL.I regularly do 400 dps and heal instances as disc.I love AoE healing + shielding + dpsing with 1 button!!!!!!!!!!After my rogue, my disc priest rocks my world!
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