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9-21-2011 @ 9:23AM
My only real qualm comes from how I like to intermingle my alts. Back in the day, all my alts were on the same server and covered every profession. This meant that I could swap gold or profession mats around as needed, and as the characters grew, they could swap gear, heirlooms, potions, or other goods around to make the process easier. Heck, for a while my enchanting alt was making more money on Crusader Enchants than my main was with Northrend-level blacksmithing. None of this was the same when my main left that sever for better raiding times and left behind 6 or so alts.Anyhow, the point of the preamble was that Horde alts don't get the benefit of all that "help" from the established toons. They're left to fend for themselves financially, and since I know those alts will never be potential raiders, my general enthusiasm for the characters is really low. I don't think I've ever gotten a Horde toon past level 20, which is kind of sad.
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