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1-08-2012 @ 8:44AM
My Arms warrior is definitely my favorite, and it's a fairly RP-ish reason, but it works.I've always seen different specs of classes as falling under certain archetypes, and ever since I saw the warrior talents I knew what Arms was supposed to be. Rather than being a berserker fueled by rage, his ability is tempered by pure skill and refinement.In my mind, it's a bit like the romanticized version of a samurai.Just about everything in the Arms repertoire fits this too. Causing deep, mortal wounds that cause your opponent to bleed out, and of course there's Overpower. Also, in my mind, Bladestorm is much less a crazy spinning attack, but a series if lightning-quick strikes to every foe in the area.I just -can't- bring myself to play Fury because of this. Tried it and it just didn't click for me.
1-08-2012 @ 12:32PM
Mage: Arcane. Because I always imagine my mage constantly studying ley lines, locii of power, magic artifacts, and being a book worm living in the library. He's the kind of guy constantly researching the paths to greater power.Warrior: Arms. Seasoned soldier, veteran of many wars. He's a confident adversary. He's seen it all. Also: BLADESTOOOOOORM!!!Death Knight: Unholy. It emphasises on the "death" part of death knight. Also I like having Rockgobbler do my bidding. He polishes my boots. With plague.
1-08-2012 @ 12:55PM
lol comment fail on my part. Really sorry about that, downvote at your leisure..
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