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9-04-2009 @ 9:13AM
Paid class change cannot be far behind, can it?
9-04-2009 @ 9:16AM
I don't know about that. That would take a lot more programming to figure out. Changing your race is just a spell or two and your appearance. Class change is ALL your spells, and a lot of gear is locked to a specific class.Not saying they won't do it, but I really really doubt it.
9-04-2009 @ 9:19AM
I think the question is, when is blizzard just going to start selling lvl 80s?
9-04-2009 @ 9:30AM
Well I'm not one to speak for Blizzard, seeing as how I would have never seen faction change or a list of other things they've allowed as possibilities, but if they were going to let you roll a hunter, with arguably the easiest leveling experience there is, and change him over to a druid at 80, whose early levels resemble banging your head against the wall repeatedly, that's much different than changing your avatar's look and a few non-class specific spells. I don't even really see much different between that and buying an account/character off of eBay. You still don't have to level and learn the class, you simply receive a class you might know very little about at max level, and your battlegrounds/heroics groups/arena partners have to suffer for it.But hey, what do i know, right? =P
9-04-2009 @ 9:38AM
Probably the day they start selling 80s will be the the day of the Great Migration away from WoW (or the The Great Migration of Noobs into mainstream aggravation).
9-04-2009 @ 9:56AM
step 1) level deathknightstep 2) change dk to [insert class here]step 3) repeatlol Thats about how it would look to gte a level 80 of something if they did paid class changes
9-04-2009 @ 10:14AM
Theldaris! Don't say that, they might hear! I want to change my belf pally into an Orc warrior!
9-04-2009 @ 10:59AM
That will never happen. If I wanted to level a priest (for example) I would rather click for a new DK, faceroll a few quest and then change class for a few cash. Or just roll something that levels easier and change at 80 (or 85).
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