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7-06-2008 @ 6:17PM
I'm switching mains, but in a more extreme version: I've rerolled PvP. I've leveled up a nice warrior and am working on getting a Shaman to 70 so I can have a melee DPS (and a REAL melee DPS with the new WotLK talents/abilities!) or healer in reserve.I'm doing this mainly because of the imminent expansion. For one, just thinking about leveling an alt to 80 is exhausting. But knowing that gear is getting reset was the main impetus. I had been thinking about rerolling PvP for awhile, but I didn't want to walk away form the gear I had worked so hard for, AND start off so behind in gear on the new server. The new expansion weakens both those arguments, so I've finally started working on the switch.
7-07-2008 @ 1:27AM
Honestly, leveling an alt to 80 is prolly as bad as leveling one to 60 pre-20-60 nerf.I know that I have been leveling my troll shaman, I am level 42 now and I'm just under 3 days played. Using a leveling guide (jame's horde leveling guide! Best out there and its free!), and making sure I always have rested XP. I plan to be 60 in under 6 days played, on a faction i've never played before (horde). My first 60 was 18 days (gnome mage) and my second was 14 (human priest). So i figured about 8-10 days played 60-80, and you're at 16 days played, about the average.So its really not all that bad.
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