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3-20-2008 @ 9:32AM
The German text (roughly) translates to:"""This was done thanks to precise planning and help of my guildies and friends (T6 equipped). I've never killed a single mob by myself, I just hit it once and the non-grouped helpers finished it.I avoided long ways / travelling by help of Warlocks that ported me to strategic places. In addition I only played during the night, thus avoiding crowded zones and non available quest mobs.I also made advantage of the resting bonus, but the most of the XPs were gained by solving quests.I used the leveling guides on www.wow-pro.com and (from lvl65 on) tentonhammer.com. "Tosog" is my 5. char I leveled using these guides and so I already knew the quests and places.All in all (planning, organisation etc.) it took me more time to get this char to 70 than playing it the "normal" way (with about 5-7 days /played)."""I'm no native speaker but I hope it helps.CheersGumbator
3-20-2008 @ 10:19AM
This translation is correct. I would know because I am a native speaker. Thanks Gumbator.
3-20-2008 @ 10:50PM
Thanks alot for that! Its alot clearer than the babelfish version.The fact that he would tag things and his friends would kill them makes alot of sense. This gets rid of two things. 1) Downtime, run tag and repeat. have a friend drop a hot on you and you never have to eat/drink. 2) No need to learn skills, repair, buy reagents, whatever. Downtime takes up the majority of time you play. Thats the trick to quick leveling, eliminate as much downtime as possible.
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