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9-29-2007 @ 10:46PM
Heh, I actually kind of feel the opposite of what Tigraine said.Levelling feels much more dynamic to me, even if you already know all the quests. You're always on the move: gaining levels, entering new (at least for your character) zones, learning new spells (and unless you already have a 70 of that class there'll always be some abilities you never realised that particular class had).In contrast to that there isn't really anything exciting and new left to do once you hit 70. You can do the same daily quests every day (Think levelling several characters through STV is tedious? Try doing the exact same quests every day!), run the same level 70 dungeons, do the same battlegrounds etc.The only way to still advance and see new things at 70 is raiding in my opinion - and while that can be fun it's kind of limited to whenever "raid night" is and whether there's a spot for you. At least I can set out to explore Azeroth with a new alt whenever I feel like it.Aaand that was a bit of a tangent, heh. In conclusion, I also see levelling as one of the most fun things in the game and would never want someone else to do it for me either.
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