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8-18-2008 @ 1:53PM
ok, to explain i have two 70s and my wife has a 70 too. i started up a new account last week to try multiboxing(for a total of 3 accounts). now with MB u do have to have a main to give u money since its rlly hard to gather/farm with 3 low lvl mages/shams/druids.after a day or 2 i realized that i couldnt multibox with raf because my wifes account(with no raf bonus) wasnt getting any xp anymore(example, same 3 druids,same quests mobs, the 2 rafs were at like lvl 10, while wife was maybe 5 or 6). about this time my wife got jealous and wanted a second account too. since i needed n even number for the MB raf i figured "why not". so on friday 8/15 at 6pm we created her second account and with me playing on it, we rolled a priest/war combo(on a new server btw so we could play ali). 16 hours and 20 mins played time and 50 real world hours later we hit lvl 30. we bought our mounts, all our gear is pretty good, and we have all our skills. the secret was taking 3 gathering skills.in those 16 hours we gathered about 400 copper ores,200 tins, 160 peaceblooms, 200silverleaves, etc.we also sold all our cloth drops and the greens we didnt use. believe me, even without help it can be done and done right. can u lvl that quick, max out engineering, get a bunch of boe blues, and enchants? no but lets not forget, thats not wow anyway, i rlly think i wasnt wearing all greens until i was in my 30s on my first toon, didnt get a blue or an enchant til i was in my 30s too. as for epics, i dont think i get an epic til 16 months after i started playing. i rlly like going back to basics and i having to rlly stuggle to make money and get gear. and i plan on being 60 on those 2 toons by next weekend. as for my multibox 4 toons, thats gonna be ALOT harder. gearing up 4 mages with no instance drops is gonna be hard in the 30s and 40s. wish me luck:)
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