A good thing to keep in mind


Hello, and just a warning, this is my ideas I keep in mind while making a new toon.

1. What class do I want?
2. Do my friends play Ally or Horde?
3. What one would dominate PvP more?

Now that you have your new toon, here comes leveling!
Let’s say you rolled a paladin. You would go to a target, and start hitting it with your hammer!
Now if you rolled a mage. You would stay a ways back, and start spamming fireball.

Once you hit level 10, you get talent points! (Yea!!!) You can hit N (Or find it on that bottom bar) and you would have three choices.
For a druid it would be Balance, Feral,the and Restoration.
For a mage it would be Arcane, Fire,and Frost.
For a paladin it would be Holy, Protection, and Retribution.
and so on and so forth.

Now you want to pick a damage class.
Priest= Shadow
Mage= Frost or fire! Look some guides up for you to pick.
Druid= Feral or Balance. You can choose, I like them both.
Death Knight= Blood or Unholy. Again, your choice!!
Rogue= Combat or Assassination. You can decide.
Hunter= Beast Mastery. But if you want to be the head, and not need pet as much, Survival!
Shaman= Enhancement
Warlock= Affliction
Warrior= Fury
(These are all my choices, and I will add them on calculators later in a guide

For mana users getting some mana is always a (duh!) great idea! Spirit helps Mages, Priests, Druids(Balance+Restoration) and all the rest. Agility/Strength help Hunters,Druids(Feral), Shaman, and Paladin.

Energy, Rage, and Runic Power users. You don’t need to really to get that plus 10 energy, or the 30 plus runic power. Unless you really want to, I never found it worth it. You guys really just need to cap Hit Rating, Crit Chance helps, and ect.

Well, that’s all for now. Please comment, or private message me if you have any suggests. I will have some calculators for the specs. later.

*Please note, this is all my ideas. I have not leveled all these classes to 80, but know the ideas of how to level. If you have any good ideas, please let me know, I will change according.

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    Jan 21, 2010 @ 1:02 am

    Harper said it best, howeverHarper said it best, however I’d like to add a couple things:

    First off, the first few questions you ask need more content.
    What I mean by this is when you say “What class do I want?” You should list the classes available to play, and a short summary of what they can do.
    For example: A Paladin is a hybrid class. It can Tank, DPS, or Heal. Paladins revolve around Holy magic. The races you can play as a paladin are Human, Dwarf, Draenei, and Blood Elf.

    Secondly, I want to emphasize the fact that this isn’t a complete guide, and until you complete it (with the coding, calculators, class descriptions, etc.) it should [b]NOT[/b] be released for the public to see.

    Hopefully you understand where I am coming from with this, and I look forward to seeing what you can make out of this guide!

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    Jan 17, 2010 @ 11:22 am

    I actually don’t know whereI actually don’t know where to start with this. I think it’s brilliant that you’ve had a go at making some sort of a guide for the community, but….

    First off, you need to make it [i]look [/i]better. Head over to [url=]Jame’s Guide[/url] to look at some examples of how to make it more appealing to the eye.

    Secondly, a few bits of info which are off. Death Knights can level just as well as Frost, and Hunters have BM/MM until 60 and only then can you really level well as survival.

    Thirdly, those calculators? Get them. [b]Before [/b]you post your guide.

    Also, change your title! At the moment the title of your guide is an incomplete sentence. “Tips for Starting your WoW Career!” or something like that you need.

    Also take a look at the two guides I have done similar to this. I think visually that’s something you want to look at yourself.


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