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5-04-2009 @ 8:25PM
i think getting rid of vanilla wow would be a terrible mistake. new players would miss a part of the game that i think is really important.. plus the process of leveling helps new players figure out how to play their character and learn their class roles. also leveling helps players level their professions as they go and would keep them from having to go back and do it once they hit the lvl cap. i know i can't imagine me being new to the game stepping into dalaran and knowing what the hell they were talkin about in the trade channel!
5-04-2009 @ 9:09PM
"new players would miss a part of the game that i think is really important.. plus the process of leveling helps new players figure out how to play their character and learn their class roles."Not entirely true. I had 3 alts right after I had my main farming 25 man Naxx. Every zone I was in was completely empty. I don't think I saw a soul until I reached outland. The biggest part I would have missed out on was playin by myself in an MMO thus making this a sad single player game where I can't group with anyone. So starting a character at level 55+ helps get more players together. Leveling did not help me learn ANY of my new characters skills. I did help me to put out the most damage with the least effort. In a sense making me a lazy player. Once I saw the skill and understood how to use it fighting mobs the better I got. So actually I would do much better being thrown and forced to learn my new skills in an instances/pvp than forced to grind on old content with zones void of anyone for 6 weeks.
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