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2-07-2009 @ 4:20PM
Eh, i can name at least 12 people in the inner circle of my guild alone that ONLY get on their mains during our friday night-saturday raid schedual. Including myself, no less.We just got through Naxx 10 and have it on farm, with 25man in the works. We have enough people, its just about getting everybody only at the same time.As a healer, dailies are difficult as well as my only gathering profession unless i follow some poor level 71 schmuck around and skin his kills.So, option number 2!Alt leveling.I chose not to level my dk to Northrend since EVERYONE and their uncle was doing that. I was lucky enough to have a mid 50s hunter that was collecting dust and spiders on the old retiree-shelf.With a level and a half of rest, i sped through those damn plaugelands quests and with a few scholo runs from the good old guildies TA DA! i was in outlands.Hey, leveling alts is at least better then running circles around that statue in Dalaran.
2-08-2009 @ 6:56AM
You bet leveling alt is better.I pretty much haven't got much to do on my main, other than do the occasional cooking daily and go fish some mats - and every now and then, brew elixirs for the guild. Tank the occasional guild heroic(finally got around to heroic Oculus - holy sh*t that thing is a pain!).But mostly I have just been leveling my healer alt - she's up to 75 now.You know nothing about tanking the good way unless you have played a healer. You know nothing about healing unless you have also played a tank. - T'is all I have to say ;)
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