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3-04-2011 @ 8:06AM
I really have a hard time playing a warlock. I made one, played it to 22, and it's been my bank alt for years. I don't know if it's because my main is a mage or what, but I just didn't care for it. Also, my priest. I have a very hard time playing my priest. I got her to 75 (I think), but it was a long slow grind, even after skipping from 38 to 60 with RaF.
3-04-2011 @ 8:34AM
I'm the same with the priest. I really want one, though, and I'm pretty sure that the reason I could never level one before was because of the boring old world. Now that Cataclysm's out, there might be a chance... Only I can't decide on a race :(
3-04-2011 @ 11:42AM
Same here, I don't really do pets. I felt too dependent on the voidwalker around level 30. Other classes at level 30 I would just nuke stuff - warlocks cast times were too long and the curses damage ticked too slow.It takes less time to frost shock something and kite it while killing it, then it does to send that slow pet over, put some dots up and then start a 3 second cast.
3-04-2011 @ 2:23PM
I actually found leveling a Warlock (Not Charlie Sheen) was one of the more fun classes to play. I tried Affliction because I thought it was the faster of the three specs and gave the best mobility. Try playing around with your spell priority.
3-06-2011 @ 5:06AM
My main(to the extent that I have a main) is a warlock and I have the same problem with leveling a Mage. The classes are just different enough to be frustrating to players of the other. I also had problems with priests and druids since they used to be so hard to start, but hat's improved a lot.
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