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12-02-2009 @ 4:24PM
I found that the 50-59 bracket zoomed by, but once I was in the 60 bracket I had to go back to questing because the 60s bracket was horrible for xp gains.
12-02-2009 @ 4:27PM
Really? Because I found 60-70 much faster then the grind from 70-80 (going from two to three bars per AV to maybe one and a half. Heirloomed).It might be because the amount of experience you need to go from 60-70 is like, twice what it takes to go from 1-60.
12-02-2009 @ 4:31PM
I don't think its subpar xp gains- its subpar playing in the 60s that drove me back to pve in the 60s on both of my toons. That, and it takes forever to get into a bg in the 60s.
12-02-2009 @ 4:54PM
I agree the 50-59 AV bracket flew by so fast. I didn't quest during that time. Just leveled herbing while waiting for the next BG which happened quite often. Now the 60-70 bracket seems a lot slower and maybe due to the BGs don't pop up as often. But it is perfect timing b/c I hate old world leveling and this let me jump into outland quickly.
12-02-2009 @ 5:15PM
I was planning on the 51-60 AV leveling, but since we can now only queue for 2 battlegrounds at a time, and a battleground only starts when the total number of people required are queuing, I havent seen a single AV pop uo in the 51-60 range.I cant seem to get my head round the reasons for the 2 queues maximum change, as far as I can see, there was no need for Blizzard to put it in. Is there a reason that I'm missing?
12-02-2009 @ 5:43PM
Agreed, They stole xp in BG's from warhammeronline, i wish they had stole the "Que all" button as well =( *tear*
12-02-2009 @ 6:25PM
As far as I can see, the only reason is that you dont leave half way through for another BG, and I think thats the same reason why we cant queue for BG's and the new LFG in 3.3 at the same time too.Surely, a better way to handle it would be to allow players to queue for all BG's and Instances at the same time, but whenever you enter one it removes you from the other queues?
12-03-2009 @ 2:06AM
"If you remember the 60's, you weren't there."
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