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2-20-2012 @ 11:02AM
I would grab a crocilisk pet and name him Totodile.
2-20-2012 @ 11:41AM
Seconding Mycroft's remark. WoW runs low-power enough that most machines can handle two copies at once (albeit poorly), and that's all you need to invite your L10 second-account character in and form a raid group. /exit the second copy, and you're homefree!I've been solo farming Kara (and other raids) for over a year now with this method.
2-20-2012 @ 12:51PM
Yeah, and all you have to do is pay Blizzard twice as much money every month to do something you could do for free with a guildy with 30 seconds to spare.Sorry dude, but paying for two subscriptions and dual boxing just to get into an old raid is not a viable answer.
2-20-2012 @ 1:09PM
Edymnion,If you read Mycroft's post you will see he was advocating using the trial account, which costs nothing.I myself have 2 accounts so I can have more that 10 alts in one realm but I'm just weird that way.Pax.
2-20-2012 @ 1:50PM
In the case of the companion pet names, I remember someone at Blizzcon saying that companion pet names would be added, it wasn't as big news at the battle system though so it could have easily been missed.
2-20-2012 @ 9:30PM
I remember the same as DonSerrot, that someone at Blizzcon said we would be able to name them.I certainly hope that's the case. I want to name my Moonkin Hatchling Annie Mal, after the moonkin from You Awaken in Razor Hill.
2-21-2012 @ 3:14AM
You can't use trial accounts to make raids for yourself. Whether or not the accounts are tied to the same battle.net account or not. You have to have two characters of the appropriate level, which means two active accounts because trial accounts are limited to level 20.
2-21-2012 @ 5:56AM
Luke, that is absolutely wrong. Even a trial account character can be used to form a raid once level 10 - just like normal characters.
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