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1-10-2010 @ 12:34PM
I've changed mains now twice during this expansion, but that has next to nothing to do with buffs of nerfs, but rather me trying to find out what I really want to do in raiding. "Soul searching", if you will.My original main, coming into Wrath, was prot warrior. At some point during the "Oh god, not Naxx again" -era, I burned out, and would have probably stayed out until 3.1 came out if I hadn't started a shaman alt earlier. During leveling said character, I found healing to be very fun. So it was in no time that the shaman was 80 and instead of tanking, I was healing Naxx. Tanking felt a bit stale at that point due to nothing hitting hard enough to be a danger, but healing felt fun.At the same time, our guild was having a big, big need for healers. So it wasn't a big push for me to change from Naxx25-geared tank to Naxx10-geared healer for Ulduar.Ulduar and TotC went on. And woe is me, I started another alt. A druid, purely for the idea of doing Loremaster on said character. No intention to change that character to be my main... well, until I got lvl 40, got dual spec, and could switch from healer to tank in a blink. I found out that while healing is very fun, I missed tanking.I hit 80 two weeks before 3.3 on my druid. When 3.3 hit, I had just got my last upgrade to my tanking set from Conquests. I then rolled heroics until I had 4/5 of tier 9/232 for both of my specs + all the other stuff. And through a lot of persuation of the other officers and GM, I changed main again. This time, I hope, for good. But really, what could be more fun than tanking AND healing? Not dps, that's for sure. :)
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