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9-23-2009 @ 1:16PM
I totally disagree i've also been playing "a long time" and i don't have a single character i've managed to get to end game, have everything required, multiple sets of gear, whole bag slots replaced with ammo/shards and not manage to leave the city without, at the very least, my entire "backpack" empty(With the four bag slots full). Which is more than enough for most questing/daily questing. Even then i've recently tidied things up and I manage to have, on my Warlock main, who has a bag full of soul shards, an entire bag full of nothing but hats, one full of "fun stuff" like the furbolg wand, the coin, the fire fest dancing plynth, piccolo, etc, another with fishing gear, tabards and various old tier gear sets to slip into for fun and still have a backpack and half a frostweave pack free to use.Seriously, management of bags is quite easy, which is not to say i wouldn't take bigger bags if offered but still, people complain too quickly. I'd reccomend a bank alt for your non soulbound stuff if your having this much of a problem.P.s/ Profession bags are usually best kept in the bank and swapped in/out with your "fun bag" when crafting rather than lugging around everywhere with you. You could get the argent squire upgrade too or the travellers tundra mammoth. I've managed to grab them both myself and life couldn't be easier.
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