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1-05-2011 @ 12:37AM
I'm leveling my DK for this. Actually for all the end-game instances. I really hate playing him, but he's level 77 so the closest i have to 85. I wonder how long its gonna take to get those last 8 levels.
1-05-2011 @ 1:37AM
total /played from 80-85 should be somewhere between 20 to 40 hours, depending on how fast you are at questing. You can probably do it in a solid weekend.
1-05-2011 @ 1:40AM
If you hate him, level something else. It's relatively fast now to go from 1-80, even without any heirlooms. This is your play time, you shouldn't hate it.
1-05-2011 @ 3:28AM
If you're not enjoying leveling a character, you probably won't enjoy raiding with them. Raids are where everyone is put to the test, so find something you like and you'll find yourself doing a lot better. Phase 3 of Chimaeron sounds like it'll be REALLY hectic, with everyone being absolutely pushed to their limits.
1-05-2011 @ 4:22AM
hmm i understand what you all mean. I wouldn't say i hate my DK that much, but out of the 7 main classes i play, its probably the least fun. I think part of it is not being in a guild to run raids and dungeons in. I'm good at what i do, but i'd rather heal or just DPS. I've been playing WoW for 2 years so that's why i'm so desperate to try out end-game stuff. I'm an altaholic i guess lol
1-05-2011 @ 6:11AM
@HelstonPhase 3 is actually more hectic on paper than in reality. (It probably will be hectic in hardmode tho). The difficult part is only for healers keeping everyone alive through caustic slime/massacre and feud. Once you get to phase 3, it's simply stand still, while dpsers dropping one by one. You'd have won the fight if you can keep everyone alive till phase 3. (We pulled aggro like 5s into phase 3).
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