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Trying Something new at 65th

Discussion in 'WoW General Discussion' started by Bo Riddler, Jun 12, 2007.

  1. Bo Riddler

    Bo Riddler Guest

    Hello its me, Mr. I-Play-A-Paladin-But-Am-Bored-To-Do-So.

    His partner in adventuring is a 65th Hunter, (my wife). She got sick of looking at the back of my head and got her account, heheh I win!

    Anyway, I figured out one of the reasons I grow weary of Pallys, we see a monster, I charge in and so does her pet. We start smacking it around until the wife fires off her crossbow. Instant aggro.

    So then the cat and I turn around and chase behind it as it races towards the Hunter. Ugh.

    So I tried this, she'd send in her pet, then start shooting while I stood there next to her and waited for her to aggro it over her pet. When it arrived, (half dead) I got to start in on the fight. Hrmm. Less running but I miss out on the swinging. This was specced Retro too btw.

    So I respecced all Holy. I am a monster healer now but can't aggro an angry bug, heheh.

    Also, I dropped 375 LW/Skinning and retrained BS/JC and so far, I am having fun crafting. Now I just have to strap on the armor and head back out to the Outlands.

    Just wanted to bring you up to speed on my adventures.