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7-10-2010 @ 8:23AM
I have the exact opposite of this. Every time I try to level it gets harder. I first leveled my hunter to 80 which went pretty smooth. After that I leveled my warrior but it was at a much slower rate and I got bored way to fast. It got faster when I hit outlands and Northrend though. And my druid, well, I couldn't get it past 19 but I was lucky that recruit a friend was still active so I could get levels till 30. That was the worst of all 80's I have.I have lots of alts but the leveling is just plain dull to me now.
7-10-2010 @ 8:39AM
I've always loved the levelling experience. And I've levelled numerous characters to 70. From there on, it dies down completely for me. I just can't stand the boring quests and zones of Northrend. I've managed to level to characters to 80, and that's it. I've wanted to level more of my alts to end game, and I have a bunch of them at around 70-75 but I just can't get past the boring linear questing of the Northrend zones.
7-10-2010 @ 9:13AM
Personally I find the questing past 60 much better than before because it's much less of a headache to keep running between opposite ends of the map, but you have different tastes I suppose.
7-10-2010 @ 9:19AM
Hehe, yeah. The running between opposite ends of the map is something I really enjoy. :) Improves the feeling of adventure, I suppose. Also, I like when you can do the quests after your choosing. I can improve my routes and at what order I do the quests each time I level a new character. But in Northrend, there's little choice and you end up doing the quests pretty much the exact same way you did last time.
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