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4-03-2010 @ 3:53AM
One point: This is all for extremely low level stuff.What I think a lot of people forget is that the first 20-30 levels, all classes are basically the same aside from what gear they put on. "What spec should I level as?" by an experienced player should really come back with the answers "Who cares?! Call us in 20 more levels!"I think you should put, for specs and pets, options every 10-15 levels or so.I'd argue leveling a frost mage from say 10-20 not because it's exciting or boring, you're just a bit less likely to die since the mobs won't get to you right away. Regardless you're just hitting your spec's favourite nuke over and over again until the mobs are dead.I want to see you get a few levels under your belt, get past the tedium as quickly as possible and on to the more unique fun stuff. :DDo this poll again and rephrase it: "What would be the most interesting and challenging spec to level as?"I think you'll get a lot less overtly 'best' answers.Tho I will say I went for all the cookie cutter specs because I'm not impressed with doing things more difficult just because. Now when the specs actually *play* differently? Then we're on :DOh, and btw, I picked a bear because when you're leveling a hunter you want a tank for a pet. Everyone knows the best tanks are bears.Eat it, Glowboys.
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