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11-24-2008 @ 8:20AM
I lost interest at lvl 73 and went to go play a different game. It takes way too long to level. But I did enjoy Utgarde Keep and Azjol-Nerub... (The Nexus was very long, very boring, and very...high tech, like Tempest Keep. I hated the futuristic aspect in TBC)
11-24-2008 @ 9:19AM
Really? I've found that leveling almost happens by accident IMHO. Doing solo mostly Ive been averaging about 1 level every 2 days just on playing at night for several hours.
11-24-2008 @ 12:50PM
No way! I thought leveling was very fast, maybe even too fast. I remember hearing something back in TBC that leveling from 60-70 would take as long as leveling 1-60. This is before the leveling gains that Bliz put in over the last 6 months or so. So when 70-80 was done in a fairly short time, I was surprised. The first few levels can be a bit of a bear, but the later ones, especially 77+ when you have flying again zoom by.
11-24-2008 @ 11:08AM
Did you buy your 70 on eBay?
11-24-2008 @ 11:54AM
"very long and boring"? The Nexus? Which Nexus are you running, because even at 71 it took us less than 45 min to complete the first time.Are you off your A.D.D. meds?
11-24-2008 @ 1:10PM
Way too long to level? What are you doing?I went from 70 to 78 since the release of the expansion with only a few hours a night of casual play and no grinding, all quests.I thought they did a good job of moving you forward, in both gear and leveling. I haven't had many spots where I was stuck, frustrated or felt that things weren't put together properly.
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