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1-18-2012 @ 6:42PM
There is another way to get started in pvp that will guarantee some early success. Pick a class specifically for pvp. Buy all the heirlooms that class can possibly use, including the pvp trinket. Don't forget to buy the honor shoulders and weapons. You cam buy honor points at the justice vendor. Then start from the ground floor and level through the bgs. It's fun, and you won't be working uphill against better geared AND more skilled opponents all the time.
1-19-2012 @ 9:52AM
It is fun if you have the patience. I've leveled my rogue exclusively through pvp and he's now level 78. I've had so much fun as sub, though I've taken my time. (Does anyone else remember the transition period between wrath and cataclysm? Times were good then. Two shotting warriors with ambush was so awesome...)
1-24-2012 @ 9:07AM
I've leveled two paladins and a priest EXCLUSIVELY through battleground PvP. By the time you get to 85, you know how to play your class for PvP. Strangely, both are Prot (one is Ret off-spec, the other Holy). PvP is probably for me the VERY BEST PART OF THE GAME. There is no "SuperMario" feel to it like there is with some encounters where if you know the sequence of buttons to push you have it beat (and more so with the little raiding I've done). The best PvP is RBGs, but my guild doesn't field a team (yet) so this is only when someone PuGs a team. But I hit the CP cap every week because of the
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