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1-10-2010 @ 9:24AM
I have played a Paladin since shortly after release. I have the original Collectors edition and all the others as well. I remember the end or the original Critadin. The nerf of 1.9. I remember pretty much being forced to heal in Vanilla WoW (at least as far as Tier gear went). Now I have an 80 of almost 80 class because I like to know the basic mechanics, but I don't profess to know how to play them. I don't know the intricacies. But I tend to agree that a lot of people will switch to the flavor of the month.An example is Rogues in Vanilla WoW. How many times did you see "Need 1 more DPS, no more Rogues" The same would be true for Locks in BC. They were gods in PvP, and everywhere. In the start of Wrath, DKs and Pallys were everywhere. Something interesting to see with this trend though, is along the way you find people that actually love the class. They may have started as a Warrior, and gone to a Lock, and decided that was their new passion and stopped going to the flavor of the month. Sure they may still dust off the warrior on occasion, but they found their favorite class because of the perceived nerfs and/or buffs.Me? I am still stuck on pallys. I leveled two human pallys to 60 (back when it was a grind and a half), one on a PvE and one on a PvP just to see what I would like more. I still have a stable of them. A couple 80s, a few more in the 70s. Another in the 60s. And a bunch in the 30-50s. I DO NOT HAVE A PROBLEM! DON'T YOU JUDGE ME!.....I feel so ashamed.
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