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4-23-2010 @ 4:02PM
I can sympathize, as someone who likes to level with my boyfriend. We did RAF, so my main (shaman) we levelled ele/resto shaman and retadin. Amazing combo--we BLEW STUFF UP. He made a lot of time to play with me, and when he wasn't around I played my warlock. After I hit 73 or so, 3.3 had just come out, he wanted to do random heroics and get frost badges and focus on ICC, and I was supposed to get to 80 ASAP to join the raid and let our other resto shaman retire. So for a week I painstakingly ground my way from 73 to 80.We keep rolling characters to play together. The main thing is to accept that it's something you do together. Power levelling is not really ideal for group play--that's for your own time. I'm levelling another toon with my boyfriend (a feral druid tank, running instances with his rogue) and even though I'd like to level my druid faster I just accept it as a matter of course that the druid is for playing with him, and my solo time is for my shaman, or warlock (lvl 72 now! woot!), or my paladin (who is trying to catch up to HIS druid so we can play together)
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