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1-10-2010 @ 12:54PM
Interesting article. I started WoW during the time of BC close to Wotlk. I level slow and have a hard time making my mind up. I've played Hunter, Lock, Druid, and of course DK past 50, and a few more classes to 30. Hunter was the first class I got up towards the 50 mark and I was getting bored playing lone wolf and pugs. So I convinced a RL friend into playing and I rerolled a warlock, while he rolled a shammy. Our intentions from the beginning were to go into arena. So we did many bgs together, and we got close to the lvl50 mark. But he wasn't vibing with his shammy and honestly our faction sucked in the bgs. So we did some research and rerolled onto one of the famous PVP battlegroups. He made a Pally, I made a Druid. He instantly fell in love with his class while I struggled with mine. When DKs became available I made one in hopes of replacing my druid. I got good with the DK and we are doing the arena thing now. I've learned much more about the game since being 80. So when I get bored being melee dps I occasionally switch to my druid and grind out a few levels. But truth be told I'm good with the DK because of all the work I've put into him, and I suppose I consider him my main.With all of this in mind, no, DK has not been my favorite class. I actually loved the warlock most of all. I would transfer him over but he'd have to be alliance, and the race choices don't fit in my mind. DK is my second favorite class, and considering how bad I am about alts and changing my mind, I guess I should consider myself lucky to have one as an 80.So to answer your article. It would seem the following factors affect the class I play: 1) Viable for PvP (FotM) 2) Do I vibe with the class? 3) Do I like the race/class combos? (aesthetics) 4) Time spent on upgrading the class.
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