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3-29-2012 @ 7:10AM
Im not sure how twinkish it is when you proclaim the fun of being casual, I've always associated 'twinking' with 'holy cow hardcore pvpers who make a point of being in the best gear freakin possible for their level'. This is a great guide for those leveling via pvp, as I never knew the 3-4 8-9 thing myself or the lvl 70 arena running and Ive played this game for a long time, just never touched pvp. However, a solid guide for getting into late Cata pvp, not so sure how much this will apply when Mists come around.
3-29-2012 @ 4:17PM
You basically have two kind of twink players: the ''I'm bored with my main atm, let's log my twink to feel big pwning nubs!'' and the ''My main is a level X Twink''The later group are the ones that do the more interesting and zany stuff with their low-level toons, like the current project of getting a bunch of 50-54 Gnomes together to run Molten Core, as it is all about pushing your toon to the max - although this can lead to dissatisfaction when they keep increasing the handholding and keep removing any challenge in the interesting part of a RPG (aka the journey/levelling part).However, twinking in and by itself is great for 'hardcore casual' people: because Twinks aren't part of the Gear-Reset hamsterwheel that typifies TBC+ end-game, you can decide for yourself the mileage of your effort and the pacing of it.
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