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8-07-2009 @ 7:56PM
For a rogue, yeah, it really helps to practice new abilities as you level. You're going to be using abilities from all three trees at 80. But healing and tank classes are very clearly not intended to level in the same spec that they will use at max level. I'm lvling a shaman enh fully intending to switch him to resto at 80. There's no way I'd lvl resto and we only recently got the option of dual spec. Personally, I think this makes dual spec alot more necessary than it ever was before. At one time, playing your character all the way from 1-60 was what the game was about. Now it's about playing at 80 only. So, you could have a good play experience as a lvl 45 prot warrior or holy priest at one point, but now it would be masochism. (Maybe not so much the warrior.)Solution, imo: greatly reduce the cost of dual spec so that people can have some clue what they're doing when they get to 80. My newly dual-specced tree druid would have appreciated that.
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