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4-23-2010 @ 3:31PM
I think people who want to duo definitely have to have their ducks in a row about how they're going to do it. While almost your opposite in approach to leveling (I'm going for Loremaster on all six of my alts, and I have a zone-by-zone schedule that I'm moving them through in tandem), I respect the fact that everyone likes to level differently. I wouldn't dream of subjecting anyone to my madness - even my good friends. I know they'd hate it, they know they'd hate it, and I'd hate the way they'd probably want to level. I call out guildies/friends for help when I get stuck on a group quest I can't complete, otherwise, I stick to solo.Differences in leveling style don't even begin to touch on the whole problem of wanting to play when the other person isn't around, or running into a problem where your schedules maybe only work out 1-2 times a week for a few hours so that leveling, even when it commences and you're in agreement how to do so, is painfully slow. The biggest hurdle for me when it comes to this, aside from the fact that my leveling style is just *weird*, is that I can't really commit myself to running stuff with anyone else until my daughter's asleep for the night so that I can play uninterrupted. And that time is reserved for, mostly, my main toon - dungeon run, battlegrounds, mount runs, raiding, etc. I don't want to shaft my main character, as I need to keep her in good shape for raiding. That leaves very little time for a restrictive schedule with another person.
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