Mages are just soooo plain and uninteresting to me.
If I want to play as a caster, warlock seems tenfold more interesting to me.
I do like that they can do portals/teleports/food, but everything else is soo "meh" to me.
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I was definitely not talking about Berserker Island, it's the lvl 30 class quest for the WW axe I was referring to. Just like the lvl 20 Paladin quest for Verigans Fist is a lvl 20 class quest as well.FTHforever wrote: ↑2 months agoOof man, some serious missconception here. Whirlwind Weapon is a lvl40 quest, that can be accepted at 30. Same as the mage/warlock quests you get that level. It's pimp out quest if you do it with help and get it at early 30, the next serious upgrade for soli play is Executioneer's at lvl43 so it does last quite a bit. Bonebiter is by the way alliance only.
If you meant the Berserker Stance quest... Anyone should be able to do it on 30 if you aren't wearing rags.
That said I would love to not play mage's because they are boring and too easy, but they are that overpowered in vanilla that there is no reason for not having a mage alt.
So I will not be playing paladin's, rogues and druid's in classic.
Rogues and paladins because I really like the style of bloodelves and will delay playing these classes until TBC is up. Also playing Horde and paladins are too much trouble to get anything else than healing running in vanilla. Prot and Ret are way too expensive to do on a competitive level.
Druids because there are just tauren druids on horde and I don't like their style at all.
I play Alliance only, so why would I ever do the WW axe quest then (only considering the rewards here for a second, I know it's about the journey, not the destination, yada-yada) if I can get much better weapons at 37 Ravager or better yet, Bonebiter at 34? So what's the misconception here? It's a lvl 30 quest, as said, you can only complete it at lvl 40-ish, which is detrimental to the Warrior class; not being able to solo content for their level. On my Paladin I finished my class quest at 21, mostly solo, except for the dungeons part because well, they are dungeons.
Unpopular opinion here: ROGUE.
Reasoning: I'm on a PVP server. "But that doesn't make sense, Steer!" Hear me out. Rogues are absolutely loathed by the general population because they like to pop up out of nowhere and one-shot people that are questing. They receive zero mercy. I'm a little bit of a world PVP carebear, with the exception of defending my bretheren. But when you're a rogue, you're always the enemy.
In a strictly PVE situation, Paladin. They are super powerful from TBC onward, but in Vanilla, they feel terribly underwhelming.
The hunter of pserver and the hunter of Classic are very different, so I'd agree with you and say hunter :(
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Oh man what DON’T i wanna play?? My shaman main is almost 60 now and i’m getting bored of the resto grind so i’m already looking towards new classes.
On one hand, i’m thinking a mage. Pure dmg class, great aoe farm. On the other, rogue sounds fun too! Great for pvp.
Also have alts on the rp-pvp server since i am a bit of am RP nut and there everything goes. Druid, hunter, warrior, paladin
I think the only class i’m not thinking seriously of playing is warlock and priest. The first i played in vanilla and don’t feel like visiting again. The second i find too boring until you get Shadowform.
Oh wow I really get that. As an alliance player, I absolutely loathe UD Rogues. Feels like 9/10 times you encounter them they only attack once you start fighting a mob. You will definitely catch me at 60 ganking some of them in STV due to sheer, class-related revenge.
Problem is I do think the Rogue class is really interesting. Sneaking around and such makes for some very intriguing PvE-play where you can surgically target mobs in caves and such. Too bad leather gear looks absolutely terrible before the tier-sets.
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You absolutely can; my general attitude is just to avoid PvP-encounters unless inevitable though. The only worse thing than the possibility of getting ganked by a rogue is ganking one and quite possibly ending up on their shit list only to be jumped at the least opportune moment.
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Started playing Hunter and just couldn't take it anymore after about lvl 20..
The dead zone mechanic was just too frustrating, I've heard it gets easier once you've dumped some time into it and learn how to properly manage distances, but I just couldn't be bothered.
That would definitely be Rogue (and I was a Rogue 15 years ago on Vanilla), and here's why :
As a PvP player, I just can't stand the idea of having to rely on cooldowns to be able to fight. I want to always be ready for what's coming at me. The class is fun and all, but it's just not my mindset.
Exactly that so much.
I played a warlock in vanilla and i would get stunlocked to death in a matter of seconds. That sound of going into stealth was the stuff nightmares are made of.
And of course it was always an undead rogue.
Warrior, there is just nothing that really attracts me to it, beyond tanking - and I would prefer not to tank in raid settings.
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I got a warrior to level 43 before I finally had to admit to myself I freaking hated playing it. :(
I tried paladin once for 30 minutes and I gave up. It's too boring. Warriors suck ass on a lot of levels but at least you have a good life to look forward to in terms of weapons, armor, dungeons and raids. Afaik with paladins you're basically just healing in cloth.
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Druid and Paladin, altho I did eventually get the itch to *try* Pally, because I wanted to see how different they were from what I remember in Vanilla (vs. WotLK when I first tried the class). Both classes bore me. Paladin is overkill imo & I kill things so efficiently I feel no challenge. Druid for some reason bores me even more haha. I honestly am not even sure why, but it was always the only class I was entirely apathetic about the entire time playing it, not just bored.
Mage. Iam mostly interested in pve so playing such a plain class is not for me.
I actually like paladins for that "no challenge" reason because it allows me to make challenges for myself. Killing 1 mob in a 1v1 fight is boring because 99.9% of the time it's no sweat at all. So I like to see how many mobs I can wrangle and kill before I need to pop my shield and some other cooldowns.Perdition wrote: ↑3 days agoDruid and Paladin, altho I did eventually get the itch to *try* Pally, because I wanted to see how different they were from what I remember in Vanilla (vs. WotLK when I first tried the class). Both classes bore me. Paladin is overkill imo & I kill things so efficiently I feel no challenge. Druid for some reason bores me even more haha. I honestly am not even sure why, but it was always the only class I was entirely apathetic about the entire time playing it, not just bored.
Druids I absolutely love because I can fill any role. I especially like this because I hate being a dps only class and searching for groups for hours on end trying to find a tank. When you're a tank you can easily pick and choose when and what you want to run. And I love me some bear tanking.
It was my first high lvl character ever to reach lvl 56 in BC, and I hated that I was the ultimate underdog. Rogue was a better meele, mage was a better caster..and also hated that the whole shapeshifting thing. I picked this class out of the blue knowing nothing about it back then, and left it at 56, never to look back at it again.
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