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6-23-2011 @ 9:32AM
As a mage i tend to be squishy, but a pally would be perfect to balance that out (tanking + heals without having to shift - same as a previous comment). The question is which pally would be best - my personal choice would be the new lich king himself - after all - undead wouldnt tangle with you (bar the horde versions). He would be hard as the proverbial, can summon assistance in the form of undead wyrms, etc etc.Failing that - the next overpowered guardian would be my own guardian wyrm......Deathwing should do I guess (the heroic version ofc!). Lots of HP, pretty hard to down, wipes the entire zone if I do die. Sounds pretty good to me.In fact if i could (ie had the motivation, accounts and technical know how to multibox) my mains would make a pretty awesome group - Pally (tank/heals), DK (DPS/tank), mage (main) and warlock (dps) with the final member being my not yet leveled worgan rogue (dps). Just let me have the option to use my alts as my NPC guardians, and maybe even swap the 'active' toon whilst all the others use some AI to do their jobs and Id LOVE it. Imaging taking all your alts - and doing a heroic run earning ALL your toons some VP's in one go!!! Gear up your lesser geared toons, with no worries about ninjas, idiots standing on fire, or rush to complete before the tank or healer 'has to go'.
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