Class: Hunter (with crossbow), Shaman
H: Not shown | S: Pauldrons of the Promise | Cl: Not shown
Ch: Double Link Tunic | Wa: Pillager’s Girdle | L: Agamaggan-Blessed Greaves
G: Renegade Gauntlets | Wr: Not shown | B: Renegade Boots
Crossbow: Arugoo’s Crossbow of Destruction
Thoughts: By the time Daschela hit level 20 as a derpadin, I began having doubts. Is it weird to have two Alliance characters who are both paladins? What will I do with my offspec, since I don’t want to be a Responsible Party Member all the time, but can’t really do Ret? But what if I DO go Ret? I could shout “Nobody expects the Draenish Inquisition!” and be punny! But wait, melee. Or I could pretend to be a shockadin …
It was thus quite easy for Ty to convince me that I really ought to level something else – say, a hunter – with him. I also thought to myself that a huntard would have a better chance of “going somewhere,” which usually means past Outland or to 90. After all, hunters are great for soloing (which I wind up doing a lot of when Alliance)! There’s also that whole “preference for ranged” thing I seem to have discovered lately.
So suddenly, hunter. Level 40. Bang!
I put this together because I can’t stand the look of the agility mail heirlooms. Between the big, bulky shoulder with the chunky triangle-claws and the biker shorts covered in scales, it just doesn’t do a thing for me. Worse, all the drops you get for the other slots (hands, feet, waist) never seem to match. So the sooner I can mog up, the better.
On the sad side, there are SO FEW attractive (let alone INTERESTING) bows at this level. LE SIGH – it’ll be awhile before Daschela can aim for the pages of Pretty Fly for a Draenei.
On the happy side, the nice thing about being a tall drink of water is that pants with thigh details/focus (of which there are a lot) don’t look like total crap/make the character look fat/just look weird. Hooray!