Perdition wrote: ↑
1 month ago
What did you end up deciding on? I say always give Hunters & Locks a shot. Locks dominate in BGs solo, and you may enjoy them alot given that you already like caster classes. Hunters are amazing fun in a BG. Extremely hig utility, best of many worlds without feeling clunky. You can certainly go toe to toe with several enemies or even be great support from a distance. They are extremely versitile, being able to hit hard with Ranged (Good luck melee!) or get up in the face of a caster while pet puts the damage on further. You can CC & AoE with the best of em. Once I mastered one in PvP it was an addicting adrenaline rush. And I disagree with anyone who says it's "easy". It's not easy to master. Low entry, difficult to master kind of thing. I honestly saw more Hunters get steamrolled more than they succeeded, but when skilled PvPers met a skilled Hunter, they honestly typically didn't know what to do. Good times!
I went with my heart; undead shadow priest. I am 58 now; absolutely love it.
Today I am again contemplating class choice as I prepare to roll an alliance character. Heavily considering druid right now; the convo above helped :-)
I want to say a big thanks to everyone who commented here and voted above. This thread has been a great resource not just for me, but for hundreds who stumbled upon this thread since it was posted 4 months ago. Viva la open world pvp!