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4-01-2012 @ 1:21PM
I'm kinda in the middle about spoilers. I do look at class info as it comes (priest/druid), profession info, stuff that really isn't really "content" per se. More out of deciding how I'm going to approach getting my profs to max level. I play the priest and the druid (tailor/eng, herbs/alchy) the most, the pally (mining/JC) has taken up shop in orgrimmar as "jc spec" only leaving the mailbox to go out mining, instead of something I actually play. I've peeked at the info about pandas that has been coming out, female models and emotes, because I'm impatient and can't wait till the expansion comes out. :)I will (eventually) get a beta invite because I signed up for the annual pass. The things I plan to look at are pandas and monks, and priest talents. Most important to me is how my priest is going to function come MoP. And then pandas. I think the panda female looks amazing, so I know I'll make an alt. I'm curious about the monks, so I want to see how they play a little bit in the beta. If I can try both at the same time, that'd be cool.As much as I want to see the end game content like quest zones, dungeons, raids and stuff, I probably won't spend a lot of time looking at that. I want to go through that with my guildies. Some of them have gotten their invites, some haven't, and some have no intentions of looking at beta content. I'll look at whatever parts of Pandaria are available, just to see what it looks like, but I don't want to quest or dungeon to 90 with my priest for 2 reasons: 1 - I'll have to do it all again since it won't effect my actual priest, 2 - I already know I'll be leveling 3 toons to 90 and professions to max, I'd rather it be a fresh experience the first time and the option to hit zones I didn't do before on the second run through at least, and for the 3rd the pick and choose my favorite zones and level through there.
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