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9-05-2008 @ 4:10AM
your argument is flawed in sooo many waysI bet you think its acceptable to roll a DK at level 58 ! but unacceptable to level a hunter to 60 with level 26 greens.........hmmmI have power levelled a few chars to 60 using this. U only get triple xp if they are together at the time. (so suitable for dual boxing or introducing a totally new player to the game)My main was probably about as geared up as I could get without doing 25 man raiding. I don't see the point getting into that with an expansion round the corner so I had got myself into a bit of a rut in wow. Refer a friend comes along, all of a sudden I am levelling like mad again."I am a GL and I have concerns too" - *sniff* *sniff* - elitistI am guessing the OP played wow since the beginning and continually says things like "you have it easy these days, it used to take so long to level to 60" "mount at 30.....in my day we had to slog it out to 40 and quests gave half the XP" "Mudsprocket? We didn't have Mudsprocket when I levelled, we had to grind on ogres for 20 days barefoot in the snow to ding 40 and get our mount" "bah.....flight point at Rebel Camp? We used to have to run all the way to Booty Bay or all the way from Darkshire when we had to quest at the top of STV"As for the argument that it leaves people at 70 unable to play their characters
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