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9-07-2009 @ 11:11AM
really? REALLY????? I leveled a priest to 68 just healing a buddy through quests, and hes quit the game. and now I can't level to save my life!!! and this post comes out NOW?!?! why not a month ago so I could have rolleda druid or shaman?!?!?!?!? GOSH!!!!!!!!!!!!*rant off*
9-07-2009 @ 11:19AM
So respec to Shadow for the rest of your leveling and then go back to Holy at end-game.
9-07-2009 @ 11:52AM
@snelf i think it was an attempt at passive-agressive sarcasm.>.
9-07-2009 @ 7:08PM
Can't level past 68? WHAT? I leveled my priest Holy/disc. I have never been shadow, ever. I don't see why people QQ about it being hard at all. If you're gearing correctly, there shouldn't be any problems. Hell, I soloed a few of the group quests. PW:S, Renew, and pew pew. More than one mob on you, Holy Nova is now in every priests spell book.
9-07-2009 @ 9:27PM
lolsmite is, imho, a really fun spec to play. you get bubbles and heals to keep you alive and a fairly fun leveling rotation in holy fire, smites, finish with SW:D, proc spirit tap and keep rolling through stuff. plus those instant casts now and again are just kind of cool.shadow for leveling will suffer the same problems that affliction warlocks face: it takes 5 seconds to cast all the spells you need to cast, and then the mob dies before your dots are half finished. of course, if you try without dots, your damage sucks because you don't have a solid spammable spell (unlike holy/disc, which has glyphed smite).i recommend http://holyfirespec.blogspot.com/ . there isn't a huge amount there, and it isn't frequently updated, but a lot of good basic info on leveling a priest the proper way: out of shadowform.
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