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3-30-2010 @ 5:44PM
I might have to try this! Not so much for the nostalgia, but because one of my biggest problem with alts is that I level slowly, and when all my friends blaze by me in level I feel more and more like a dead weight to them and just give up on that toon.The idea of a guild where everyone has to stay within a certain level range (and that cap only raises about four levels a week) really appeals to me! It feels a lot more doable than "keeping up with the Joneses", and yet gives me a reason/motivation for doing what relatively little leveling they're asking for in the time allotted and not dragging my heels.Thanks for bringing this to our attention!
3-30-2010 @ 5:50PM
That is definitely one of the huge factors that might draw me in. I have a history of taking my time to level new characters, and even when you're in a 'no rush, take your time' guild, seeing everyone else shoot past is rather underwhelming and makes you lose the will to continue sometimes.The level cap idea is fantastic. Ahh...I have so many alts as it is, but it would certainly be interesting to at least see the Alliance side quests before they're gone completely (I've never managed to get an Alli past 20-30 range).Bah, I give in....*goes to make alt*
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