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11-24-2011 @ 10:14PM
first memory of wow goes to my first toon, cavelion, a dwarf priest, levelling up in Dun Morogh starter zone. i joined wow late, cos my IRL mechwarrior clan moved on to alliance faction in wow, while i was still on DB2:LOD. so the choice of server, faction, race and class were a matter of guild needs. but the toon name was chosen from my memories of mechwarriorclassic wow graphics was amazing, the 3d world (minus flying) is really immersive. and you really need to go explore on your own in the days before questhelper. fortunately the starter zone, although a death trap sometimes, taught me the basics of how to kill, quest, loot and train and gear up. and also, to try not to aggro a whole mob and die and having to do a ghost run back to your corpse!
11-25-2011 @ 3:33PM
I was just thinking about that a few days ago. I want to roll a new character and level him/her the old fashioned way. No leveling guides, no arrows pointing to the objective (the default interface already does that to some extent; maybe I can fix it), no guild perks, and no EXP-enchancing Heirlooms. Sure, it takes a while longer (my first character, in late TBC, took 9 /days to reach level 60), but it also feels more like you're in charge of your own journey.
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