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2-10-2012 @ 10:05AM
I always hear about Benediction and Rhok'delar in these kinds of posts but I always wonder: weren't there the same types of weapons for other classes? It seems kind of weird for them to be just for hunters and priests.
2-10-2012 @ 10:20AM
Mmm... I think all the other classes got class-specific chains earlier in the game? Like, as a druid, I remember doing that thing with the poisons in the Barrens, or those ones where you had to go to moonglade and see some animal spirit to get your next shapeshift form. Or the shaman quests to get all the totems. I don't think priests or hunters had class chains like that early on, so maybe the MC chains were there to make up for that?
2-10-2012 @ 10:22AM
I know warriors, paladins and shamans didnt really have those quests: they had access to Sulfuras (well the warriors did - no one would give a shamman or paladin one).Druids, mages, and rogues had no quests other than the sunken temple one that was more or less removed some time ago.Paladins and Locks had their uber hard mount quests. It was hunters and priests that had the crazy quest. I think it was the first step in creating those weapons for all classes, but then they ran out of time/money/ideas that would challenge the other classes.
2-10-2012 @ 10:50AM
Paladins and Warriors also had access to Quel'serrar, though I imagine far more warriors had that than paladins, since for paladins the effort to obtain a tanking sword was probably not worth it. Druids would later get the flight form quest.Shamans could get a purple helm; as it was vanilla, this was horde only. Warlocks also had quests to learn their "special" summons, the Infernal and the Doomguard. Mages had quests to learn some of their high level spells; I suppose that's something.
2-10-2012 @ 11:19AM
I remember Druids had a special quest for Bear form. Warlocks and Hunters had quests for pets. The warlock one was much harder and required quite a bit of traveling. If I remember right Paladins had a mount quest and there was another attunement quest at one time. All of those class quests are gone now. I kind of wish they were still around. I know Blizzard is trying to make it easier to level a toon to get to end game content but some of that stuff was just pure fun even if it was time consuming.
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