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8-08-2010 @ 11:06AM
My wife's first character was a mage - it was the only one that she 'got' from a FF background. She liked it, but didn't like how squishy it was (she was also leveling as arcane). She tried a White Mage - a priest - next, and it was too nauseatingly boring.So I told her to get an enhancement Shammy. She picked that up much faster, and it's still her main today. From her point of view in retrospective - Druid didn't make any sense (she wanted some definition & Direction to the class), and paladins & rogues was just too boring. The difference? Directional Variety. The cool thing about shamans is they make sense right off the bat - they have the tools and style that makes both caster & melee styles work right out of the gate.
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