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11-01-2011 @ 11:23PM
Well, I have 7 level 85s (the remaining 3 are hunter, priest and warlock). If Blizz opens up character slots per realm (I like the idea of keeping the 50/account but removing realm limitations), I would definitely roll a monk. If not, I suspect my warlock would be the class deleted to make room.I have no desire to have to start another toon on a different server apart from my mains.
11-02-2011 @ 9:34AM
What desire caused you to roll seven 85's?
11-02-2011 @ 9:39AM
1) Personal guild2) Trying out one of each class3) Had 4 level 80s at the start of Cataclysm4) Bored with endgame5) Liked the idea of having a max level in every profession
11-02-2011 @ 11:29AM
I have 9 85s on one server - 8 of one faction and 1 of the other. At least 3 of them are raid-ready and all my 85s have maxed primary professions except my 2nd leatherworker.There's a guy in my guild who has, I believe, 11 85s on our server as of last night, with 10 of them (one of each class) on a single account and the 11th on a now defunct 2nd account. Admittedly, this is the guy who leveled a Worgen Druid Engineer from 1 to 85 faster than most of the 80s in our guild got to 85 - and his Engineering kept pace because he literally spent 10 minutes getting all his stuff out of the mailbox in the Worgen start zone at the beginning. I believe he had the first rank or two of pet achievements at level 1.Most of us had at least 1-3 70s at the end of BC and with the way Wrath was, had at least 5 or more 80s at the beginning of Cata. Outside of the semi-hardcore guilds where folks have a single toon, or at most two, this is very common.
11-02-2011 @ 3:41PM
@Eldoron:You don't?I'm surprised she only has 7.Wrath lasted a seriously long time with sped up leveling. 7+ level 85s is common.
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