Think those people paying for level 90 boost will need to read this guide!
Having every other class apart from Warlock to 90 (and some more than one at 90) I took the leap and boosted my little pink haired Gnome, oh my how these guides came in handy...I had no clue what I was doing! Thank you for these well thought out and presented guides :)
this kinda guides should be putted in the game where ppl could read when they start to playso we dont get new players with strange stats in their gearlike hunters with intelect and spirit
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Off topic a bit: I am having a hard time finding information on duel spec. I am new to computer gaming and new to Wow.With Dual Spec, can you change specs on the fly? I am a Holy Paladin. My wow-mentor had me try out a hunter for my free boost, to show me what a strictly DPS class is all about. It's not for me, but now that I'm back to leveling my pally, I'm wondering if I should dual spec the DPS spec?When I'm in a situation where more than one or two mobs are on me at a time, can I switch over to the DPS spec, take care of business and then, if I have to, switch back for some self heals?Quite the eye-opener, by the way, playing a class without any healing abilities! Yikes!Somehow, I have the sneaking suspicion dual spec won't be that flexible! So time to do some research, 'cept I'm having a hard time finding straight forward info on what it is, what is does and what the limitations are. I chose a paladin in the first place because it seemed flexible, yet all I've done so far is play the healing angle. Which, with my short sojourn to a hunter, leaves a bit desired for solo leveling.All that babble to ask, can someone point me to a resource or give me the bare bones info on what dual spec is, does and can't do?Thanks,
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