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10-15-2010 @ 8:20AM
PIRATE. A THOUSAND TIMES PIRATE.Hailing from the south seas the starting zone is a fleet of pirate ships under attack by the kvaldir. you fight using two flintlock pistols or a sword and a dagger. wears cloth and upgrades to leathers. Specs: buccaneer specialising in melee and close up dps. think jack sparrow.adventurer: travelled the oceans and versed in vodoo curses, warlock spells and mage arcana in equal measure, like a red mage stands back with his spell cannon flinging weaker versions of spells like shadow bolt, hex, arcane brilliance or chain lightning with more piratey themed names and slightly altered effects. a standing back support pirate, like the ships navigators, which in the world of warcraft would involve navigation by magics and not just bye eye and compass.Bard: when not rousing his or her shipmates in the taverns with filthy tales about a virle belf male and a rich trade princes daughter they use a variety of buffs and debuffs as a true support class. not viable for soloing, but when offspec doesnt cost much any more its a desirable and dedicated raid and pvp support character. search your hearts, you know you want to be a pirate.YAR HAR FIDDLE DE DEE.
10-15-2010 @ 12:38PM
you are a pirate!
10-15-2010 @ 1:28PM
Combat Rogues are pretty similar to the buccaneer spec you mentioned. You could probably play as a pirate in that sense. Until you get tier armor and start looking like a stealth assassin.I really wish we had more armor visualization options. Everybody looks the same these days. Different looking gear with similar stats sure would be nice.
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