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7-26-2010 @ 9:53AM
The thing it with SW: Death is that if it doesn't kill the target, you take the damage instead. Never really used it. I suppose it's a good closer, but I've never really bothered."Flash Heal remains a situational 'use for emergencies' spell, but now at higher levels Renew and Power Word: Shield will take precedence."You really do need it, though. If you're with a group especially, you don't really want to be spending a lot of time on Greater Heal, which takes a long time to cast and only heals one target. I usually spend more time mending and shielding than with Greater Heal."In fact, as soon as you get to about level 58, you should just head on to the Outland and start picking out quest gear instead of finishing off your last two levels in Azeroth. The item level jump from one expansion to the next is just too massive, so there is no point in exerting all the effort to get the hard-to-acquire pieces from 60 when it's going to be replaced soon after. "Agreed. Unless you actually haven't bought the expansions yet, the end game content from the previous expansions is worthless. You'll just fly by it.The only reason I can think of to even care about them is if you really haven't upgraded to the latest expansion yet. Then it makes perfect sense.Good luck finding a group, though. I imagine most people are on the current expansion. There might be a few vanilla/bc guilds out there, though.Although, honestly, I know it costs a bit of money, but it's probably time to go get the expansions. Mow a few lawns, do some temp jobs or something. You're already paying the monthly, might as well save up and get the full game.
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