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    Quote Originally Posted by philadelphe View Post
    What would you recommand for 5 men dungeon as tank ? Druid or warrior ?
    With Prot Warrior being the best tank in Vanilla, it's hard not to recommend a Warrior.

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    I go horde with 2 mages, 1 warlock and 1 priest.
    While I'm not well-versed in the area of "what to do" at level 60 in Vanilla, I will say that that composition is going to be heavily competing for cloth drops, so you might find yourself running the same dungeons looking for multiples of the exact same piece of gear near end game.
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    Here's me multiboxing the BlizzCon Classic Demo:

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    Honestly if you're not min/maxing there is plenty of wiggle room. Don't base your choices on what is optimal for end game 40 man raiding unless that's all you care about doing. I'll likely do a selection of classes that allow me to utilize most gear drops and buffs... so probably Warrior, Rogue/Druid/Hunter, Mage, Shaman, and Priest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiRai View Post


    While I'm not well-versed in the area of "what to do" at level 60 in Vanilla, I will say that that composition is going to be heavily competing for cloth drops, so you might find yourself running the same dungeons looking for multiples of the exact same piece of gear near end game.


    Gearing could be an issue with 4 cloth class at start but I want to farm my gold in dungeon so i will stay there for a while. It could give me a goal.


    Quote Originally Posted by EaTCarbS View Post
    Honestly if you're not min/maxing there is plenty of wiggle room. Don't base your choices on what is optimal for end game 40 man raiding unless that's all you care about doing. I'll likely do a selection of classes that allow me to utilize most gear drops and buffs... so probably Warrior, Rogue/Druid/Hunter, Mage, Shaman, and Priest.
    I dont base my choice on 40 men optimal. I only want something not too hard to manage for 5 men dungeon. With 2 mage, 1 warlock and 1 priest i got CC for almost all kind and a lot of buff and utility. Mages and warlocks have easy dps rotation.
    But i'm very open to suggestion and consider changing maybe one mage for an elemental shaman. but i will loose one sheep. Same for tank i hesitate between warrior and druid.
    This is highly probable they dont let IWT for classic so i dont plan any melee (for now).

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    I saw this late, but the Classic Demo has been extended until 10 AM PST on Monday, November 12th.

    https://us.battle.net/forums/en/wow/topic/20769669442

    I scoped out the southern area of the Barrens where there are some more elites, and I might just have to take an 8-man raid down there to see how things go.
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    Wouldn't 5 hunters work? only down side i can think of is buying/crafting ammo for all of them right?
    I remember soloing bosses on my own as a hunter back in the days so wouldn't 5 hunters be okey? i'm only asking cuz i feel like im missing something about vanilla hunters since nobody mentioned hunters.

    Quote Originally Posted by MiRai View Post
    I scoped out the southern area of the Barrens where there are some more elites, and I might just have to take an 8-man raid down there to see how things go.
    Better get a video off that

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    So I got a 3 character set up and running in WoW Classic. A rogue, mage and druid. Went into inner space, added the WoW Classic folder and characters.

    If I manually select a target in all 3 windows and press 2, the characters will start casting/using their spell in number 2. If I press space all 3 jump. There's some kind of functionality in place.

    However, when I press ctrl-shift-I the game does not invite the other characters.
    When I start attacking an npc without manually selecting it on all 3 windows, the other characters do not target it.
    When I press the follow (alt-f) or assist (alt-a) keys the other characters do not respond.

    I think the game is having a problem with the ISBoxer macro. Can anyone direct me to get it to work?

    Edit: To clarify why I think it's the macro: If you click on the Character Set, you get 4 tabs, the last of which is Virtual Mapped Keys. The 1st, and last 2 options are Invite Team, Follow Me, Assist Me and they all refer to x (WoW Macro) in ISB42 - Party Key Map

    Edit 2: When I press V (interact with target) the talent window (set to N) briefly opens then immediately closes in the other windows. I can't even begin to explain that one. But more information might help.
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    @Jofogutt -- I played a shaman/hunter duo as my primaries back in the vanilla days. The problem with hunters was aggro control and pet survivability. As an example, I can kill a Devilsaur in Un'Goro today at level pretty easy with a hunter, and it was even easier before they nerfed Pet Mend and Misdirect. Back vanilla, those things had to be kited all over the place (without tripping on random aggro and getting dazed because of Aspect of the Cheetah) after killing your pet in about 5 shots as I recall. And taming them was painful. I'm pretty sure I remember having to get together several items/buffs that extended the frost trap duration and reduced tame cast times just to make it possible. I also seem to recall that beast mastery was a borderline useless spec aside from taming fun pets, with MM being 3-4x the viability once you got past green/blue quest gear. Then again, Feign Death was actually useful (if occasionally buggy) back then, so there's that.

    Not saying I won't be doing a 5-hunter group in classic when it comes out (because I damned sure will) but hunters have *radically* changed throughout the years, I'd say moreso than even Paladins with regards to survivability/viability of some specs. As such, I don't expect magical things from them. Like it's always been, I expect it to present unique challenges I'll have to learn how to enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jofogutt View Post
    Better get a video off that
    Upon further investigation, I'm not sure sure it's worth my time to set all of that up. I'm trying to find some answers, but I'm coming up short.

    For example, what level are the Quillboar outside of Razorfen Downs? They're ?? to me at level 15, but Razorfen Downs was like a level 40+ dungeon in Vanilla. I remember that the elites outside of a dungeon were generally lower level, but even if those guys are like level 30, then I don't think I'm going to get much to land on them, in terms of spells/abilities. I don't want to waste a lot of time setting things up, just so I can get my ass kicked on the first mob.

    Across the road over by Razorfen Kraul, there are some 23/24 elites outside of the dungeon, but there are only like four or five, and so there isn't much to fight. Again, I'm not going to set up an 8-man raid to just fight four elites, but maybe I could just run five down there (or 8 of the same class... I dunno).

    Are there any other elites in The Barrens? I wandered around trying to find some, but I'm coming up empty-handed, and simply Googling for "elites in The Barrens" seems to be a giant waste of time. If not, then I should probably just fire up a 5-man, mixed-class team on Alliance and grind some large packs of 18-19 Gnolls, and then try to make my way through the undead area of non-instanced Deadmines.


    Quote Originally Posted by Duukeo View Post
    I think the game is having a problem with the ISBoxer macro. Can anyone direct me to get it to work?
    Dude, add-ons are disabled in the demo and that affects ISBoxer because the standard WoW setup uses an add-on. So, instead. you'll have to create your own follow and assist macros and use those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiRai View Post

    Are there any other elites in The Barrens? I wandered around trying to find some, but I'm coming up empty-handed, and simply Googling for "elites in The Barrens" seems to be a giant waste of time. If not, then I should probably just fire up a 5-man, mixed-class team on Alliance and grind some large packs of 18-19 Gnolls, and then try to make my way through the undead area of non-instanced Deadmines..
    I am watching your video, good stuff. NES references, nice :]

    getting flash backs, but there was the outrunners elites that patrolled.

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