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1-11-2009 @ 12:25PM
@ SoulfussI'd turn it into a bank character. I had this same problem with one of my characters (my poor lonely druid) when BC came out. Like Alex mentioned, it's nice to have another high level at times with professions.Once I was helping a friend get her epic warlock mount, which requires Black Dragon Scales. These stupid scales were going for 50g a pop at the time, so I dusted off my poor little druid and farmed them. As soon as I was done she returned to Org as my bank.
1-11-2009 @ 3:32PM
I agree. I keep my warlock in org and have my DK mail anything that needs to go on the Auction House to him (that way I don't have to worry about my hearth stone). I leveled up my tailoring so he could make some Frostweave bags and my Warlock has also been providing all the enchants for my DK, too (thanks to vellum).
1-12-2009 @ 4:13PM
You also never know what Blizz will do... maybe in patch 3.2 locks will be entirely imba, but then in patch 3.4 they'll get their spellpower cut in half. If you have the character, keep it, if not for the reasons above, then because you never know if Blizz will throw you a curveball and you'll want to play the character again.
1-13-2009 @ 2:05AM
also re: deleting it locking out your dk, it shouldnt happen... i transferred the only 55+ char i had on one of my servers, and i could still use the dk i'd created on that server no problems.
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