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8-12-2008 @ 6:32AM
The system was broken the moment they said changes are not retroactive.But when all is said and done, Blizzard still wants people at max level ASAP. Doing this means players have more alts at higher levels and newer players get through the game faster. I thought mounts at 30 was rediculous, now I have to wonder, if I get a ton of levels and gift them, how would I learn my class? If I am a Mage and started playing a Shaman, how would I learn the difference in play style if I just leveled them up to 58 instantly? That leaves me a short 12 levels(2 of them in Outland before 60, which means almost instant leveling) to learn how to play the class.
8-12-2008 @ 4:43PM
Seriously? Why would it take you 2 days to learn how to play your class? I'm not saying there's not room for improvement of skills beyond that time, but if you don't know what your spells do and when to use them by then, you've got problems playing the class that the extra 60 levels are unlikely to help you with.
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