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1-08-2012 @ 1:27PM
My two mains - Fire Mage(s) an my Disc PriestFire is my one true and original love in this game. I started with a frost mage and was afraid to try fire, but when i finally swapped over, I've never looked back. The shear power behind pumping out massive balls of fire, striking the ground with an area of flame, building up and tossing out a howling pyroblast across the battlefield.. there's nothing like it. I even love the RNG of it. Fire is and always will be an unpredictable force of nature and my mage is sitting behind that wheel barely in control of the situation while everything around her burns to the ground. Especially Warlocks... And Discipline - I have a thing with my priest, I level in a healing spec, i did 1-80 in Holy, and 80-85 in disc. Even though I have a competent set of Shadow gear and i'm not a bad Spriest. But once i started healing in Discipline for raids it just clicked. Why let someone get injured in the first place? Why not toss shields and preemptive mending spells? I like the range of tools on any priest, I always have a tool to solve whatever problem is occurring, and I feel like Disc can react faster than holy and usually be ahead of the game. My priest (f-dran) also follows the theme, she's extremely disciplined and does her job on the battlefield just as well as any warrior or death knight commander. Holy feels a bit too spiritual, my priest uses the light to protect and mend through disciplined execution of her knowledge.I have other specs I could wax on, but I won't, these two are by far my favorite.
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