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6-09-2008 @ 8:01PM
I think revered was a little bit high. My hunter is in T4/T5 gear and he's still not revered with HH or Lower City. I did level him 60-70 in a tiny guild, though, which made it difficult to do many instance runs while leveling.I think it was possible to get geared for heroics without actually having the rep for them - especially when you have crafted sets, as well as some of the best quest rewards. Some might disagree, but I think it's possible to be prepared gear-wise and experience-wise without reaching revered.
6-09-2008 @ 8:07PM
I leveled all my alts to 70 without being in a guild, or asking for boosting, and I hit revered on pretty much all the needed factions. You just need to be in the LFG channel while leveling, so you get into the groups.
6-09-2008 @ 8:23PM
I didn't say it couldn't be done, I just said it didn't happen for me.I also wasn't suggesting it was the reason why I thought revered was a bit high of a requirement, I just thought I would explain how I got into my situation.
6-09-2008 @ 8:38PM
as a casual wow player, i never felt that honored was too much to ask to run a heroic. also, i agree with most people here that it wouldn't hurt to require someone to run the instance at least once in order to do it on heroics. that at least makes sure the person as SOME clue of what they're doing....
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