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7-10-2010 @ 8:24AM
As a (relatively) new player not bored to death of the content I don't value new DF too much. It was fun to play around for a time but it gets old. I do miss the days when even low level dungeons were a challenge, you had to take time to put up a group, you got to know people from YOUR realm and dungeon blues were actually not something you wore in every slot.So now I'm leveling some of my characters with a lot of questing. Much of the content is still fresh for me so it's interesting enough to go through. Especially as a roleplayer! I provide for myself through professions instead of taking the OP random rewards or dungeon blues at the earliest level possible.It's fun and more challenging and I still do dungeons at their "greens" so as not to get the most powerful of items or level up just by instance grinding. I love the fact that this way you're actually getting something from BS and LW profs while leveling.And yes Paladins are great at leveling(everything)! But I've been positively suprised by most other classes once you get hang of them. At the later stages druid becomes very powerful with feral spec. You get a chance to either take on insane amounts of trash or to dispose single mobs very effectively one by one...with self-heals and great utility to boot! And prowl's surprisingly useful to avoid "unnecessary" encounters while soloing.
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