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10-26-2010 @ 5:45PM
On my server I guess I could say that an alt became a main. To clarify: I started as an undead priest on a PvE realm in early (like, a week after launch) BC and I got to 70 with him, figured out how to do both healing and DPS on him and then... started a warrior. My priest was good enough for Kara but my computer was not good enough for 25s so he got to languish. Then, my guilds on my old server fell apart and I was looking for something new. I found out some RL friends played on another server, a PvP server, and I had to make a decision. Guess what that was? Yep, I rerolled from my PvE to a PvP server to start a BE paladin for tanking and I got to 70 while QD was a busy spot to get killed by rogues in S4 when you just hit 70. Now though, with the changes to transfers I have my priest back on the PvP server, my original priest (except now he's a BE) and has re-become my main. So yes, I have had an alt become a main and back again.Oh, also, in my guild I just finished leveling a shaman to 80 and we needed a good enh shammy for ICC so my Shaman ended up going into ICC far more often than my priest.
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