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9-22-2011 @ 2:30PM
I'd say stick to questing for the most part, they definitely give better exp than dungeons once you run out of rest, but try to focus on quest lines that will get you dungeon quests; then you can queue for a dungeon and get some bonus rewards out of it.On the subject of lolDKs, as I main a Death Knight myself, I have to admit that there are many idiots out there who are drunk on their own power. Though their numbers thin out as you rise through the levels and become a minority at the level cap, the 58-70 level range is filled with DKs who are seemingly brainless. This is partially due to the fact that newly-created DKs start at a high level; for someone who mains, say, a ranged DPS, healer or agility-DPS, the prospect of being able to try out a high-level plate-wearer, having strong soloing capabilities and being able to try out tanking is much more inviting than having to level a Warrior or Paladin from scratch. Others are just new players who rush their way up to 55 so they can play the "bad guy" class and REALLY start playing.I ran into an example of this the other day when playing my Hunter alt: a goblin DK who was gripping mobs away from the tank, using random attacks and generally making a fool of himself. When the healer asked if he knew what he was doing, he responded "Not really. Never played a melee before, pretty much just playing this by ear."Yeah, the lolDKs are annoying, but don't let them occupy your entire impression of the class, and try to remember that their poor behavior probably isn't intentional; most of them just don't know any better.
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