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5-31-2007 @ 9:01PM
I deleted a lvl 48 hunter when I decided to quit the game at the end of 2005 and wanted to make a clean break. Sold all of her bags, stripped her naked, sold the equipment, destroyed the mount, gave away all the cash. Needless to say, I came back, eventually rolled a new character on the same server, and regretted my decision to delete the hunter (would've been nice to have some way to farm for wool for my tailoring warlock). I had heard about character restorations, but didn't really think something that was deleted 18 months ago would still be restorable, but lo and behold, a GM was able to restore the naked hunter. I gave her 100g for bags and equipment, and thanks to the crazy Beastmaster spec (it wasn't nearly as good when I quit), I've already levelled her up to 51 and have mined and skinned enough to nab her a Hurricane. So yeah, even if you delete a character, the GMs can restore it for you. They can only do it a limited amount of times, but it worked for me!(Not that this is necessarily very relevant to the topic at hand, but it's an interesting story I wanted to share.)
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