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9-28-2010 @ 4:54PM
@Rufio: Awww..My 80 Blood Elf Warlock is worth keeping! As an RPer I find that when the Belves are played well (a rare occurrence, true enough) they are rather interesting and I've built a rather nice story around her so I'm pretty fond of her. Plus my Orc Shaman, Human Paladin and Nelf Druid balance her and my Undead Mage out. ;)Looks like if Blizzard doesn't see fit to add more slots I'll have to do some creative things to get more room while deleting a banker or two. Should be a challenge, to say the least. I've been using a "mule" or two on each faction forever. I can't see why Blizzard, which keeps adding classes and races with each expansion doesn't see fit to allow more character slots per server, especially since I paid big bucks to transfer many of my characters to one server. I'm rather attached to my characters on my main server so they are all going to have to live. I do recall a time when I brought my now Level 80 characters to first Shattrath and then Dalaran so I could jump around faster. For some reason I haven't done it with my later characters, probably because one is a Mage and the other a Druid and life is easy enough without dealing with Shatt and Dal. The Orc Shaman travels the old fashioned way but has the convenience of a hearthstone every 15 minutes due to astral recall. I'm just wondering if the lag that may result in Stormwind and Org may in essence backfire on this strategy. I recall that with Burning Crusade Blizzard attempted to divert the lag from the main capital cities by setting up Silvermoon City and Exodar with multiple mailboxes, banks, AHs but to no avail. SMC is popular for RPing and Exodar is a ghost town (although I have two bankers in each of those cities!) but people stuck to the main cities (Org, TB, Stormwind and Ironforge). Should be interesting in any case, guess we'll have to wait and see. Until the expansion happens nothing is definite.
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