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5-13-2009 @ 12:21PM
You would see an increase in other classes if they too were allowed to start at 55. Making an alt would be so far less painless if you could skip most of the old world content, the truly horrible content (compared to newer content).So since any one who has a 55, which is pretty easy, can role a DK, they make great farming alt's, and they are a much more fun class to play than most of the others and are far better designed overall than most other classes.
5-13-2009 @ 2:04PM
This is exactly, 100% correct.Rerolling from level1, despite any and all leveling improvements (and there are many), is still a time sink. Plus, and this is key - it's BORING.I've done this content many, many times, as I've tried to level alt toons. But I never have the drive to go past level 24ish. I'd really love to have a healing Alt as this would help my guild a great deal on certain nights. But i have one each of priest, druid, and shammy stuck in the 20s. I'd rather play my main........ or my DK, which I am now actively leveling. And, to my astonishment, leveling is actually FUN.My suggestions:1.) Make a hero class that has at least 1 Heal spec.or2.) Offer a paid service to start any toon at level55. 25 levels is PLENTY to figure out WTF you're doing. Restrict this to only realms where you have an 80 (original DK rules).
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