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2-01-2012 @ 11:05AM
Doesn't seem to me the blocks were put in place to prevent us from gearing alts quickly, but rather gearing mains quickly then alts strait after. It was nice to struggle with the first char, spending hours researching where to get that precious dungeon drop from, swearing when it didn't come. But it would have been annoying as all get out if people had alts better geared than my main (I'm sure some did, but not many). And this is still true. I recently dinged a second priest (I know, madness) on a different server. Without the aid of vast fortunes or heirlooms, She was DS ready within 2 weeks of dinging 85. I was shocked at first, but it made sense. If I had to pour hundreds of hours into her, I wouldn't have been able to help my friend's guild. Is she as geared as my main priest? Oh heck no! Not even close! But she can do normal content with a bit of skill. It helps keep me sharp :)The breaks are great at the beginning of content, and they are still there, they just aren't asking you to spend as much time on your later content alts as you have this whole expansion on your main. ^.^
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