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9-05-2008 @ 9:13AM
For me personally, I've always been against any kind of power-leveling, even with my alts. The reason I roll an alt, though, isn't to just try raids with a different class, but to go through the whole 'life cycle' of a different character.I know the most important thing to many people in the world now is convenience. I find this pretty sad. I miss traditional values like effort and determination, and saying that 'this is just a game so it doesn't matter' is a cop-out. If you're the kind of person who bails when things get tough, or always takes the easy way, it shows up throughout your life.Now as far as game design goes, the RaF program isn't necessarily terrible in itself. I think you can still have a good game experience, and end up with memories and knowledge 'close' to that of traditional playing. However, it's a contradiction with everything they've set up with the new death knight class. You're not allowed to make a death knight until you've leveled at least one character to 55. But then they make it super easy to level to 55? Why bother with the requirement if you're just going to make it meaningless?
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