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3-22-2012 @ 2:50PM
Adding only 5 more levels is not that exciting to solo players who like to level. With all the guild perks and such you can burn off 5 levels in a couple days. And then, if you dont' raid or do many instances, ya got nuthin' except the painfully boring grind of dailies. That's the most disappointing things to me about the expansion, I was actually hoping that would skip the five level increase and add 15 more levels, instaed to take us to 100. that would really help us explore the new areas and get us "out there" as Blizz says they want to do.
3-22-2012 @ 3:09PM
How about 90 levels in a new race for a class that you have yet to level up? There's at least one race in Mists that you haven't leveled, and at least one class, so there you go. 90 levels of fun, instead of 5 :)
3-22-2012 @ 3:16PM
I've already leveled 3 alts to 85 where they sit, saddened by my abandonment. There's only so many times I can ride Fiona's Wagon before even she gets sick of seeing my alts.I'm not against exp packs. I'm just not finding much excitement about it at all.
3-22-2012 @ 3:48PM
Pyro, if you level via questing, the quests won't change. If you've seen them once, you've seen them all. Leveling a Pandaren straight to L90 won't do much for someone who has done it a few times, only that you've got a different form factor to look at.
3-23-2012 @ 4:06AM
Red, depends on when you leveled. I had 5 max-level characters by the end of wrath; I leveled a 6th after the Sundering and went back and played a lot of the new quests on my mage. There's a crap-ton of old world questing to check out that you may have missed the first time through, or even the second time. Plus there's the 1-10 experience of the pandaren starting zone.If you've leveled 1-60 3 times since cata, well then yeah, that's not so good. But I'd at least say you have a new class to experience in the monk class. melee healing?
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