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7-02-2011 @ 11:17AM
I had started following WoW and its development since '02. Having played the previous Warcraft games, and having absorbed as much of the lore as I could find, I saw WoW as an all you can buffet of lore, and continuation of the story. The original promises of how pvp was going to work and the original concept for the hero classes was also very enticing. I got into the beta eventually and ended up changing classes from hunter (in the original hero class concepts only certain race/class combos could advance to a hero class, ne/hunter could advance to demon hunter, which was my original aim) to druid for my guild at the time to help run 5 mans and group quests. I grew to like the little versatility the druid class offered and liked the hots for healing. So I ended up sticking with my druid when WoW went live.
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