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11-01-2011 @ 10:47PM
So, I will probably be getting my spriest to 90 first. But then I have an evil plan. I will buy another wow account + wrath (boxes only not DL). And sit on it until 1 month before the MoP release, at that point I will level 2 pallys to 80 (quick and easy). On release day, take hour to get to level 10 (probably less, I have the annual pass and will get in beta, I will have that starting area mapped out). Then grant my new monk 70 level, be at level 80. I can provably burn through the cata content (questing only, done it 7 times now) in around 14 hours.So that is like 3 days after launch (figuring on a marathon session to get my priest to 90) I should have a level 85 Pandaren Monk. Add another 2 days of leveling him from 85-90 (I will need to sleep somewhere in this process). Bam 5 days after launch I should have a max level monk (that I have no idea how to play) right around the point the rest of my raid team is hitting max level.Starting at level 1 is no problem is you know how to use recruit-a-friend to help yourself, and I don't imagine I will be the only one doing it, unless Blizz disallows it.
11-01-2011 @ 10:48PM
Edit, and yes, this is how I like to play. I love rushing to max level in the fastest way possible.
11-01-2011 @ 11:18PM
Yeah, in the same way that you couldn't do this with Worgen or Goblins upon the release of Cata OR with Death Knights upon the release of Wrath OR Blood Elves or Draenei upon the release of BC...so, if you couldn't use this trick in the past, what makes you think MoP will be different? What you're proposing is unfair and is actually classified as an exploitation under the terms of the EULA. Therefore, it won't be allowed. I guarantee it.
11-02-2011 @ 4:53AM
@rapsam2003 Wrong on every count.http://wow.joystiq.com/2010/11/11/recruit-a-friend-benefits-will-apply-to-goblins-and-worgen/
11-02-2011 @ 9:42AM
I wish you a happy fulfilling Life kaos
11-02-2011 @ 10:19AM
@elderon Thank you :)
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