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10-19-2009 @ 9:50AM
In a raiding situation, if you can pull your weight there should be no problem. A paladin tank without a shield would probably be kicked fairly quicky since his reduced threat output and survivability threatens the whole raid. A hunter without a pet means the raid has a DPS that just ignored to bring 25% of his damage to the raid. Can the other DPS:ers cover for that if you're overgeared for the content you're currently doing (I've seen PUG callers demand 3K DPS for a Naxx10 PUG lol) then there should be no problem. If they can't, it's up to the hunter to either pull his load or be replaced. All these limitations and "can I play these" are up to the other people you play with. Are they prepared to cover for you? If so, then sure. If you place limitations on yourself for role-playing reasons in a group/raid situation, don't be upset if the group/raid decides to replace you. But for role-playing reasons and situations, heck you can do anything. I've met a gnome mage who was specced frost and had a constant cold. Everythime he sneezed he popped a Frost Nova. I've met a balance druid who had severe entomophobia. ^^
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