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  1. I rolled a Priest off rip because I ALWAYS play heal based classes, but it's kind of boring me. I'd LIKE to try raiding eventually for the first time and I'd like it to be as a healer, but I'm wondering if it's worth it to reroll to other classes I'm interested in (Mage, Warlock) to level, get gold up, get materials, learn the dungeons (I've only tried one before), ect. I feel like as a Mage or Warlock I'd level soo much faster. Does Priest get better? I'm not a super high level but I know the leveling process is kinda slow, so I'm in between on whether or not I should restart. Especially because I've never played a Lock or Mage long term so I don't know for a fact if it'll be faster or not.


    Thanks in advance :D

  2. That is more like raiding paladin. 


    If you are content with 10 seconds buffs, 15 mins paly buffs will be breeze for you.


    And really, speaking about alliance healer options, imo, easiest to get grip on, is exactly a paladin. Now make note, easiest to get a grip on in raids may not necessary be the same as easiest to level.

    Well isn't pally more melee? Melee gameplay in all mmos bored me x.x I'm actually super interested in Resto Druid. Can Resto Druids solo heal dungeons while leveling? They look really neat and I'm wondering exactly what they're used for.

  3. Resto druid or Resto shaman would be my picks. Possibly paladins if you're into pvp since paladins are probably THE best support class in pvp.


    If you do roll a resto druid, make sure you keep up faerie fire on every single trash mob in raids, the melee will love you for it. It's something I see a lot of druids fail at.

    I'm not sure if you ever played Rift or not but they had a Bard class where you had to play motifs to buff your class, but the buffs only last for like 10 seconds or something I think. You had to keep refreshing them though. Is Resto Druid similar to that? Bard was my first support class to fall in love with.

  4. Yeah I agree with Storfan. Common players think they are only for buffs, giving mana to priest, but a skilled druid can do top heals in a raid with minimal overhealing if they are good.

    Highest skill cap healer IMO because your direct heal is 2.5 seconds compared to pally/priest 1.5 seconds. Get good at precasting and anticipating damage

    What would be your second class option behind a Resto Druid?

  5. Let me start this off by saying that I never got into retail. Nothing against the game, I just couldn't sucker my parents into buying me a sub when I was younger. That being said, I'm super excited to experience the game as it was.

    In all other MMOs, I have always played caster/support types. I know thats really typical of me, but thats just what I enjoy playing. I played a Resto Staff Sorc build in ESO, Ele/Necromancer support builds in Guild wars 2, ect. Tanking or melee classes are just not for me. 

    I'd LIKE to be able to find a support build for raids/dungeons that I can grow into as I level, but atm I'm not even sure what class is best suited for me and how I like to play. x.x

    Any and all help is appreciated.