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11-22-2011 @ 7:26PM
I am one of these people who have no problems leveling my alts through Outlands either, especially with Dungeon Finder. My mage and hunter both blazed thru the Outlands as recently as last summer. One even did the quests instead of using Dungeon Finder, at least up to Blade's Edge. Then both came to an abrupt stop in the Borean Tundra. And by abrupt stop I mean a screeching skid head-first into an ogre's belly.In fact, it wasn't until WoW's 7th anniversary I finally mustered up the patience necessary to level my hunter a little bit with the additional experience bonus. And even then, the grind from 71 to 72 still took me way too long (I've had enough of mechagnomes). And that's just in Borean Tundra, a zone I'm still somewhat fond of (I purposely avoid Howling Fjord now)- now Dragonblight, Grizzly Hills and Zul'drak, THESE are the places I dread now. I've done them too many times. And, I'm not sure I'll like doing Storm Peaks again, either.Let's just say that I am really happy for the Dungeon Finder as being an alternate option, although I haven't really used it yet because I wanted to level my alts' professions along the way, too.This is not to say Northrend isn't a fascinating place. It is. I loved questing through there the first and second times around. And in fact, I hope everybody gets to experience it fully, at least once. I wish the same for the Outlands. But I happily welcome the xp bonus for my alts.
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