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4-23-2010 @ 9:25AM
That reminds me of a situation i lived:My cousin, in september 2008, invited me to WoW via RaF. Then, we decided that i would have a "main" caracter for solo and a RaF caracter when he was online. For about 2 weeks, playing some minutes a day, my "alt" was already 25 and my "main" only 12... After that, which is quite sad, he simply stopped playing with me on my "alt", so i just leveled my main to 80, and i did not enjoyed RaF bonus.After some months of level 80, i decided to level my alt who was still in his 30's to 80, and now i had 2 max level caractersRight after i dinged 80, my cousin said he wanted to experience the alli side of things with me (duo leveling) we agreed a prot warrior (me)/Hunter (him) combo to get faster queues and some fun (revenge crits are awsome). Now, i think he realized how much i was pissed of because of my alt, we sticked and we are now nearly 68!He said he liked it and, come cataclysm, he would roll a troll druid with me, getting an undead hunter, a tauren pally or a rogue (not sure which one i want)The thing is, we see each other IRL and such, so we can't really break our leveling pactAnyway, great story, I'm sad it ended badly for you
4-23-2010 @ 9:29AM
* alliance side of things before cataclysm* He rolls a troll druid, i roll one of the class/race combo i said, if it wasnt clear enoughWTB edit button
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