I am thinking of returning to EQ after being gone for many years. I used to be heavily addicted to the game back in 1999-2003 , when I was a kid. But I got burnt out, playing 40-50 hours a week, every week, for years. I got into WoW for the last ten or so years, and now I'm interested in trying again. I honestly never thought I would have time for EQ because I remember how much time I used to spend trying to raid, or struggling to solo while LFG, but I saw an ad for this boxing program on FaceBook and it perked my interest. I'm hoping I can level up and have some fun with my own group. I don't ever plan to raid, unless they've made changes where you can raid while only playing for about 2 hours a day on average. I really don't have much time to invest in a game now that I'm an adult, but back in the day I remember raiding in velious and luclin, my guild would be in certain zones for like 8 hours and maybe kill 1 boss. Good memories. So I've missed out on like 15 years of expansions and updates. I'm currently trying to figure out what classes would be good for what I'm interested in doing, just leveling casually and doing group quests and dungeons. I intend on doing a 6box and I am not sure how well certain classes respond to this program. Is the enchanter script any good for mezzing and charming? I have been doing a bit of research and people are saying ENC is good DPS, but I remember when I used to play, ENC would get resists on their nukes 80% of the time on dungeon bosses, and resisted 100% of the time on raid bosses. On my old enchanter I basically just sat there once I buffed the raid and watched them fight. Another question I had for tanking, would a war tank be best or an SK? Seems to be a lot of debate, but I don't really plan on raiding, so would the warrior discs even be worth it? Will I encounter any named while I'm running around in my dungeons that I need to use defensive discs for? I appreciate any advice.
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