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4-11-2010 @ 10:20PM
I recently just started playing a priest but have always wanted a shadow priest since I started playing in 'nilla. Finally since wrath came out and having grown tired of my tank/ret pally I decided to BG level one while the bg leveling was hot. I have been loving both shadow and disc tons for both PvE and PvP content. I certainly, after having read this article, can agree with Miss Moore.As I said I played a pally and did so all through vanilla to wrath without much deviation to alts and there is hordes of flavor to be tasted in that class both lore wise and versatility. Since taking up my priestly mantle I love the flavor and versatility we have but the lore has found me sorely lacking. I am a super lore nerd, I love it, I drink that junk like ice cold lemonade on a hot summer day. With my priest only making it to 80 after ToC was in full swing I too often felt my self nothing more than a differently styled mage in both gear look and lack of class identity. When I heal I am a pally wearing cloth and when I play shadow I am a mind breaking warlock/mage. I don't want to be nothing more than a DoT machine or a bubble blower for the rest of the time I raid with my priest I hope Blizz comes up with a way to bring priest back to the forefront with both lore and play style. Start the OP priest Revolution!!!!
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