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8-16-2011 @ 1:34PM
For more info of paladins story from Vanilla to Bc you can check out Longwriters impressive work called "Does blizzard really hate paladins" It is extremely supjective which is only what you can expect from one who has endured the nightmare.http://www.youtube.com/user/longWriterYou could easily make a wow archivist article on the ever changing nature of paladins. But then again the trolling caused from that would probably be too much, and it would largly be a sum up of what was mentioned in the serries.
8-16-2011 @ 2:00PM
I started playing in late BC (summer 2008). While I missed out on a lot of the Vanilla woes paladins went through, I still saw some of the weirdness as a Prot pally: No single-target taunt, the Seal/Judgment juggling, no ranged pull until late in the leveling process. (I knew about Egan's Blaster, but I survived before getting Avenger's Shield with Linkin's Boomerang.) It's weird to me to think that someone playing a paladin might not know about the rollercoaster ride that was Wrath.Still, I'd love to see an Archivist column devoted solely to paladin changes. I constantly find the nature of the Vanilla dynamic fascinating.
8-17-2011 @ 4:45PM
I'd read an article on the ever-shifting cycle of Paladins through WoW. Having played one in the days of Seal/Judgement slinging, I can empathize.
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