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1-26-2012 @ 8:02PM
- "OUfan it is not even close to that simple. Roll a rogue, now get it raid geared, now be good enough at being a rogue that a raid team will want you, now find a raid team that doesn't have a rogue who is already getting the daggers, now hope that raid team is good enough to work with you through the questline."Actually, it is that simple. The quest chain and daggers aren't going anywhere, so there's no reason to break your neck getting to 85 and raid geared. Take your time leveling, see some content you missed on other characters. Wait til level 90 and pug the raid portions of the quest chain in MoP greens and dungeon blues. People still run just about every raid for mounts, achievements and Transmog gear so you shouldn't have any problems finding people to run it with and, at that point, should be able to 5-8 man most 10m fights. If it's the story you're interested in and not the ZOMGDAGGERS, then you won't be missing anything by waiting other than the (judging by our rogue's nerd raging in vent as she worked on the Karazhan portion of her quest chain) brutal difficulty. I plan to farm up another Dragonwrath on my Druid, Shaman, Priest and Mage (yes, 4 more times - I have an Orange Text fetish) at some point just because the Nexus event was so much fun. I'm going to wait until the content is ridiculously trivial though.
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