Mar 17th 2007 1:36AM @7 + 10 I agree with both of your ideas. This seems like a great lineup!
MT: Feral Druid (Tank, Buff, Heal, CC, DPS Cat)
MH: Holy Pally (Tank, Buff, Heal, AoE)
DPS: Shadow Priest (Dps, Heal, Buff,CC)
DPS: Mage (Dps, CC, Buff, Drinks)
DPS/CC: Hunter or Lock (Dps, CC, Pet off-tank)
At least 4 members of this lineup can cast major buffs, Crowd control and cast some form of AoE. At least 3 can heal and 2 can tank.@ 10- As a feral druid it has been nice to feel some love for the feral druids. Its very fun being the big bear. One challenge when main tanking though popping out to toss the occaisional heal. Tossing out an innervate is workable.
Feb 16th 2007 12:04PM I am a music teacher at an elementary school. Both me and the science teacher play WoW and we talk it about it occasionally at work. The other teachers try to tune us out during lunch. Anyways, It was good to find somebody that shares my WoW addiction.
Well some of the kids must have overheard us in the hall one day cause this is what was said to me by a third grader two months ago....
Student "Hey Mr. ______, so you play WARCRAFT?"
Me "Umm, yeah...." I reluctanly admitted.
Student "Thats cool! I have a lvl 37 Lock. What class do you play?"
Me "I play a Druid. So I guess your parents play huh?"
Student "Yeah they love it! The both have a few lvl 60s. But they only let me play an hour a day, and thats only if I finish my homework."
Me "Umm...yeah, thats good. I only play an hour a day too." I lied.
Actually that kid's parents are smart to limit his play. WoW can easily take over your life if you let it. I do try to limit my online time. I only play after my own kids go to bed. Anyways, it is interesting to know how many other people play.