Is it too late for me to start dungeoning at lvl 63???

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Forums: Index World of Warcraft Is it too late for me to start dungeoning at lvl 63???

I am a lvl 63 Dwarf Hunter and have spent my career questing to level. I've gotten bored with it and want to get into some dungeon and raid action, but I don't think I've got the right attributes. Is it too late for me to start this late in my leveling "life"??? I feel pretty good with my ranged attributes and my pet is pretty loaded, but I think my armor and melee are suffering. Here are my current stats:

Base Stats Strength: 92 Agility: 240 Stamina: 232 Intellect: 118 Spirit: 93 Armor: 2573 Defense: 313 Dodge: 2.93% Parry: 4.92% Block: 0% Resilience: 0

MELEE Damage: 335 - 427 Speed: 3.50 Power: 596 Hit Rating: 42 Crit Chance: 4.68% Expertise: 0

RANGED Damage: 122 - 163 Speed: 1.65 Power: 552 Hit Rating: 42 Crit Chance: 11.28%

-- —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Keydet99 (talkcontr). 01:08, July 27, 2010 (UTC)

As a hunter, your melee (and armor) is mostly irrelevant. It's never too late to start running dungeons - just make sure the dungeon is appropriate for your level. Kirkburn  talk  contr 13:41, July 27, 2010 (UTC)

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