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9-07-2009 @ 11:15AM
I gotta agree on most of this. Although my priest is only level 9, it's just not fun to play. I like my mage, better said, I love my mage. They wear cloth, they can't heal them self, but leveling to 80 in frost is simply amazing. If you know how to slow, it's great 'cause you can take 0 damage and kill multiple mobs. You just need a brain to do so..My priest however has a shield without the need of spending talents, but .. she smites, she puts a dot on them.. and if I lure a 2nd one, I'm screwed. My 42 paladin is even more fun, but because of the plate, all I need to do is press 1, 2, 3 and see the mob die, perhaps heal me once every 3 million mobs. O.o Dk's are the same ..So, the first of those 3 characters to hit 80, if ever, is the priest. Because you need some skill to level them.
9-07-2009 @ 12:12PM
I have two friends who play WoW.One of them got bored of his 80 Hunter, and rerolled an Spriest. That priest is now in the low 60s or so, and my friend has been loving him (his profs are Engi/Mining too XD)My other friend finds the sheer idea of a priest to be so boring that he can't level one past maybe 7.Myself? I have been leveling a Spriest for some time, and he is now level 35. All I can say is, if you hold it in for long enough as an Spriest, you basically gain the following aspects of a mage (which is also my main)1. Conjure Water: in a sense, Spirit Tap is like a free drink, except you're standing up. Get this early and you can blow so much time off your leveling.2. Ice Barrier: we get PW:S without having to even spend any talentsnot to mention the fact that Spriests can do good, even great damage in a raid situation, while everybody around you is getting jacked up on mana. While this isn't quite as unique a trait anymore, we still do it better than the rest, so make the best of it.P.S. Use Mind Control as soon as you get it. It's so much fun.
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