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4-17-2008 @ 1:49AM
Even in the worst case imaginable (melee chars can't kill a mob before they are turned into paste, casters run out of mana and then they are turned into paste) you have multiple options. Grouping, despite that casuals have less time if the hurdle is that big it will be par for the course to get groups in those WotLK starter zones. Or, if you insist on soloing, you can do some dailies (which should be giving xp instead of loads of cash once the cap is raised) or just going on a killing spree in outlands, once you get to 71-72 you should be able to do the L70 quests much easier and get your new WotLK greens.And all of this is most likely never going to happen, Outlands was tough, but doable, even if you entered it at L58 (you just had to make sure you didnt get any adds or anything of the like). Casuals in general doesn't mean incapable or unwilling to face a challenge, it means not having time to play so much, in general anyways.
4-17-2008 @ 12:54PM
'Even in the worst case imaginable (melee chars can't kill a mob before they are turned into paste, casters run out of mana and then they are turned into paste) you have multiple options.'Haha. That sounds like Blizzard resurrecting their ideas of 'Nightmare' and 'Hell' difficulty from 'D2.'
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