Paladins a dime a dozen.

Paladin
Ret was unheard of in Vanilla and BC. As a long time ret player i have mixed feelings about this, i was glad there was not many in the past and to add if you were ret..you were a skilled ret. Now as woww has changed over the years ret has become more common, so yes i'm glad to see more people play the class but at the same time im not =/

You're dead wrong here.

Even at its absolute most terrible points, Ret has been incredibly popular, just not amongst top raiders.

There's something about the lore/flavor of Ret Paladins that draws a massive amount of players to the spec - it doesn't matter whether the spec is terrible or amazing.
You're dead wrong here.

Even at its absolute most terrible points, Ret has been incredibly popular, just not amongst top raiders.


Ret was a leveling and PvP spec in Vanilla. It may have been popular, but it was never accepted as a raiding spec until at least the 2.0 BC patch. Shadow Priests, Enhancement Shaman, and Feral Druids had the same problem.
You're dead wrong here.

Even at its absolute most terrible points, Ret has been incredibly popular, just not amongst top raiders.


Ret was a leveling and PvP spec in Vanilla. It may have been popular, but it was never accepted as a raiding spec until at least the 2.0 BC patch. Shadow Priests, Enhancement Shaman, and Feral Druids had the same problem.


On my server, Paladins were mostly Holy and had to fight to be tank spec. LOLadin was pretty much considered a joke. I made this pally in BC and while still an alt, its my favorite. Blzzard taking away the ability to ae taunt at the end of cata hurt and I havent had the confidence to tank since. :(

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