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9-16-2009 @ 8:15AM
Something that happened recently will probably stay with me for some time just because of how funny it was. I was leveling my at the time 56 Ret Pally in Eastern Plaguelands when a 58 horde dk fresh out of the starting zone comes over and tries to get me to tag myself. He was already tagged and kept trying to get in my way so I'd accidentally attack him and as he saw it get killed be the leetness that is dk facerolling. I eventually did find myself tagged and under attack yet thanks to having played pallies a good dead more than he has ever played a dk I killed him rather decisively. Four more times he rezzed and came back after me, four more times he walked back from the graveyard. After the fifth death I suppose he just waited for the pvp flag to timeout and go about his life. Never have I laughed so hard at someone else's fail. I'm sure he heard that dk's were overpowered and couldn't figure out how a paladin two levels lower was beating the crap out of him. Unless you believe the hype that paladins are OP.
9-16-2009 @ 9:43AM
Ah, the joys of playing a pally. I was so thrilled when I made it to level 53, and happened to be going through Ashenvale when a level 56 belf pally decided to raid the place. As usual, it took the 80s a while to show up (probably in WG or something), so I decided to take care of the problem myself. Three times I put him down, and three times he put me down. It was a pretty epic battle.The funny part was that he was ret, and I was holy... And not wearing anything special, gear-wise.When I hit 56, I stomped across a couple of fresh DKs as well. Ah, the glory days of the WotLK shockadin. Not quite as effective now that I've hit 80...
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