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4-22-2010 @ 8:46AM
When I first started playing I didn't learn about talents until around level 40 when a fellow warlock asked me what talent spec I was using
4-22-2010 @ 8:58AM
Which is probably why it too me so long to level up my 1st toon - that and spreading talents across 3 trees :)I wonder if they covered talents in the tutorial?
4-22-2010 @ 10:22AM
This.And I had no idea that it was actually beneficial to put talents into more than just the one tree. How many frost mages I've seen with 71 point specs I can't remember anymore, but I try and help them every time I see one ...Not to mention - "what's hit rating?" ... "oh, you mean it helps you hit stuff ... /facepalm"
4-22-2010 @ 10:32AM
i remember a LONG time ago overhearing this conversation in town.. a lvl 45 hunter was asked which talents he put his points into.. his reply.. what are talent points?
4-22-2010 @ 2:44PM
I was the same way. I had no idea there even WERE talent trees, and when my son-in-law finally pointed it out to me, I just started putting the points in any old way. Guildies will ask what spec I leveled my lock, and all I can do is laugh. My s-i-l also asked me one day why I didn't send my voidwalker in first to get aggro. I had no idea what he was talking about. Geesh. No wonder I died so much leveling up.
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