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9-21-2011 @ 8:54AM
I started as a Night Elf Hunter (didn't everybody?!?). After making it to lvl 30, I was bored out of my mind. So I rolled a Rogue. Got him to 32, then got bored with him too. Unsubbed and stopped for 4 months. One day, a new guy that just started at work was talking about the game to me and I had said I played it for a while, but never made it to max level. He said the new expansion was dropping in around a week, and I should give it a shot again. After resubscribing the day Burning Crusade came out, I made a BE Rogue on his realm and within a couple weeks made it all the way to 70 alongside his new Hunter. Joined the guild he was in and got dragged along to Karazhan every week (and being new to the game, not knowing a rotation, spamming sinister strike and finishing moves mostly, I was probably terrible). We had a paladin tank at the time through Kara, who was also an officer, and I absolutely loved the idea of tanking as a paladin after watching him (who, was very good at it, by the way). A month before Wrath dropped, I had my second Horde toon, a BE paladin. Since then, I've hit 85 on 6 different characters, 2 of which are shaman, and my poor poor paladin is still 80. But I've been Horde all the way. Tried Alliance a few times, even faction changed my level 68 druid to give the Alliance quests in Wrath a shot, but I can't ever seem to get in to it and always abandon them, mostly due to never being able to find a good guild without drama (not saying that's the case for everyone on Alliance)And sorry for that novel I just wrote there. Sheesh.
9-21-2011 @ 9:52AM
"I started as a Night Elf Hunter (didn't everybody?!?)."hahaha there's so much Truth in this.
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