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5-18-2007 @ 7:02AM
Started with a Nelf hunter on a PvE server. Round about lvl 30 rolled a Tauren shammy on the same server. Hunter made it to 43, shammy to 29 before I strolled over to a PvP server when a friend asked me to come try it. Those two are exactly where they were 6 months ago when I took the leap to PvP.I started with a gnome warlock who I ran with exclusively till lvl 35 (casual player), when TBC launched. I left the lock parked in the DS inn and rolled a draenei mage. A buddy and I were going to roll with dual mages...he fire, me frost. We pacted only to play those toons together. So, I needed a toon to play when we weren't logged on together. I wanted to try the draenei starting zone again, so I rolled a pally. After a couple of months, the pally just hit 37, the mage has been relegated to bank toon at level 24...and jewelry-supplier... The other day I got the urge to try something different...I guess WoW will pull chocks before I ever get to end-game. I now have a 10 priest, a 10 hunter and a 10 female dwarf warrior. I keep hearing how rare they are (and I've never seen a player female dwarf either) so I had to do that last one. The pally I play until I get myself so bogged down somewhere soloing I have to rez at the spirit healer, or the ??horde are too heaby in the zone I need to play in, then I switch to one of the alts for a while to let things in the pally's world calm down. It doesn't take lonk to level a toon to 10 anymore. Hour maybe two depending on class/zone/race. I just wish 30-40 was quicker.
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