Most active brackets.

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  1. Cattywompus

    Cattywompus Member

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    Good morning, all! I am not new to twinking, I've played the 19, 29, 39, 49, 59, and 70 bracket, but it has been at least since cata since I've participated in twinking sans my 110 DH for farming islands. I see alot has changed, and loot scaling really makes this interesting! Tons of new trinkets and the ability to run much higher levels of engineering items! The most fun I've had was probably my 39 shaman and warrior, and then my 70 hunter. What are your guys opinions on which brackets are the most active? I really dislike extravagant que times, but in the end that might be inevitable at lower levels. I am looking to make a hunter or a rogue, potentially a mage or spriest. What brackets would you guys play, and why?
     
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    How are the que times? What are some of the good classes in that bracket as well?
     
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    Blackberryy Just a small town girl Administrator

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    Really good que times and honestly everything’s rather balanced. But I’d say disc is top heals, spriest is most versatile class. Rogues are where rogues usually are in this bracket minus cloak now, paladins are tanks, all mage specs are extremely bursts, hunter is a great all around class with marks and sv being very bursts and bm being a livelord, shamans are in a great place with ele being top dps in pve and enhance being the most underdog op spec in the bracket, warriors are squishy af and need a healer but are a damage power house, warlocks are really fun right now with demo being tanks and destro being great kill classes with strong stacks of ability’s, and monks are extremely good with ww staying very viable for all pve and pvp scenarios and me being a great healer. A big mess I know, but I hope this helps
     
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    I appreciate it, man! It sounds pretty well rounded! I appreciate your comment, my dude! Thank you for your answer!
     
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    Blackberryy Just a small town girl Administrator

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    My suggestion If your US is to play on bleeding hollow, big following of horde and alliance twinks there
     
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    Forgive me, but when you guys say 70, do you mean 70-79?
     
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    yes^ 59s are good as well. 70s give you the most range because of 70s and 79s some classes mastery does work.
    i have 5 69s and its good too
    49-79 you can’t go wrong
     
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    Greco Guest

    When you say 'good' que times, how long are we talking for sitting in a que?
     
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    70 has infinite queues on eu. Only bracket with consistent pops is f2p/vet []20[]
     
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