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11-02-2011 @ 11:31AM
Something you neglected to consider:Anyone who is inclined to consider switching to a Monk main will have, if at all possible, purchased the annual pass. They'll get D3 for free, sure, but more importantly, they'll be in the Mists beta. They'll level _at_least_ one Monk to get a feel for the class and plan out their leveling. If they're anything like most of my guildmates, they'll also farm and store up mats for whatever professions their Monk will be leveling. They'll have bags and heirloom gear ready to go and will have already decided which zones to level through. Some of them will schedule time off work around the expansion release in order to maximize their efficiency. Between questing, guild perks, dungeon running, heirlooms, and whatever else, they'll be speeding to 90 as fast as they can.
11-02-2011 @ 3:35PM
My Monk will be Skinning / Mining or skinning / herbalism.I've got all the crafting professions maxed out on other toons...So: Skinning for the crit bonus.Mining for a health boost that just further reminds me how weak the tauren racials are.I tend to get Herbalism on the toons with no self heal, and mining on the toons that have no use for a minor self heal.Mining is the better choice... but, as a child of the 80s and Bloom County, there's just something about being able to tell my guildies that I'm off picking daisies and dancing in a field with penguins that has /win all over it...- So I'll have to go back at some point and grind up walrus rep for the Penguin mini-pet (which looks better than the one we all got free in mid-wrath).
11-02-2011 @ 3:46PM
@Jyotai Don't stomp on the dandelions!
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