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4-24-2008 @ 8:41PM
Question is, why not fill your entire roster with bank alts? With expansions coming out every year or two now, most of us only have time to play and develop one or two mains anyway, leaving nine more character slots. No reason to let them go to waste, it's free bank space.Also, start a bank-alt guild for even more extra bank space in the guild bank. Get the guild created, get a friend to use an alt to invite your bank-alts to it, and voila bank-space shared between all your alts. That's more expensive though, since it costs 100g per guild bank tab, plus whatever bribes you have to pay to get lowbies to sign your guild charter...
4-24-2008 @ 11:37PM
I use characters I'm not actively playing to store stuff, but I disagree that most players only have time for one or two mains. Many players enjoy leveling as much as or more than playing end game. I have three 70s, one 64 and am planning to start leveling another character once that one hits 70.
4-24-2008 @ 11:38PM
Also, the cost for bank tabs goes up per tab. The second one is 250g, then 500g, then 1000g, then 2500g, then 5000g.
4-25-2008 @ 12:39AM
Being the anti-social person that I am (still play wow all the time) I did the guild thing. I have my own guild bank that I share between all my characters. It works quite nicely. With all the dailies I'm going to be getting my 4th tab soon, which is overkill considering I do fine with three tabs.
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