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11-03-2008 @ 4:09PM
Regarding levelling - joining a large guild would probably help you, as people are always levelling up alts you can group with. Beyond that, yes I suppose questing is the obvious answer, but the real truth is investing more time in the game.As to purchasing Wrath, there's no reason that immediately comes to mind as to why not wait till 65ish to purchase, then again why wait?
11-03-2008 @ 4:35PM
The price will go down, if you're slow enough. You're gonna have to be really, really slow, though.
11-03-2008 @ 9:54PM
Yes, joining a larger guild would be helpful. Even though the push is on for the 70-80 run, there are still people leveling alts, and the new players can explore the game together, the way that older players did several years ago.If you are new to WoW, then there's TONS of content that's new to you, this is why Blizz focuses new content on the high levels.
11-03-2008 @ 4:49PM
Could always wait for the "Battle chest" version. A great deal for a combine mess of things.
11-03-2008 @ 7:41PM
ENOUGH WITH THIS STUPID QUESTION. Every patch, every expansion it's "is there anything for lowbies?" The answer is NO!!!!!! The entire game pre-60 is what there is for lowbies. It's not possible to complete 20% of the current lowbie content without getting to level cap. You have to TRY to not level to cap. If you're not at level cap and you have never been at level cap then what the hell do you care? There is uncountable hours of things currently available in game that you have not seen. TLDR: Blizzard doesn't have to make new stuff for you when the game is already full of things you haven't seen!
11-03-2008 @ 8:00PM
@DamnthemanAgreed. Why do people want new content, when they clearly haven't even seen the old content? I wasn't 60 when TBC came out, so I waited several months and just bought the direct download version when it was time to head to Outland. I didn't want to learn JC and I certainly didn't want to reroll Belf or Draenei at the time, so I just saved my $40 until I needed to buy.I didn't complain that there was no new content, since I hadn't seen a good chunk of Azeroth yet. And now, less-seasoned players get an XP boost up through Outland.
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