This Breakfast Topic has been brought to you by Seed, the Aol guest writer program that brings your words to WoW.com.
Everyone has at least one alt in WoW. It may be the bank alt you send all your items to while questing away from a capital city. Some of us have one of every class, or multiple alts on different realms to play with friends on a different server. Cataclysm is going to change the way we play our alts forever, though. We will have goblins named with every variation of "Gringotts" used as bank alts. People will name their worgen after Twilight characters or make names that mocks Twilight.
But the two new races aren't the only things happening come Cataclysm. We are getting new race/class combos. Roleplayers will have new characters they can roleplay or add the new class/race combo into their character's story. While Blizzard has yet to give us gnome paladins, our little friends can now be healers, which gives us the chance to take 24 of our gnome friends and knock on Deathwing's front door.
I myself am playing through all the starting zones for each race before Blizzard changes the starting zone areas and quests forever. I also have a full set of heirlooms for my future shaman, druid and possible priest. My biggest goal before Cataclysm comes is to level my undead mage to 80 so I can experience the quests for Horde and Wrathgate from the eyes of the Horde. My mage has been sitting at 42 for almost a year, and if I don't dust him off soon, he may very well be lost in the Cataclysm. I plan to level a worgen druid, a dwarf shaman and a goblin warlock. I want to enjoy the new quest chains and take in the scenery.
So, fellow players (whether with one alt or 20): What will you do with your alts come Cataclysm?
Have you ever wanted to write for WoW.com? Your chance may be right around the corner. Watch for our next call for submissions, and be sure to sign up for Seed, the Aol guest writer program that brings your words to WoW.com. The next byline you see here may be yours!