May 29th 2008 9:09AM Curious. :].
I am level 67 now and am in Terokkar Forest I barely done any of the quests yet! I did do Nagrand's Ring of Blood. I haven't done many instances besides from 58 - 60 Hellfire instances non stop = fast levels. I am hoping to leave Terokkar at 68 - 69. I'm going to try my best to take up ANY instance offer given in CoT or Terokkar. Maybe slave pens hoping I get Lady Vashj's note drop to turn in a coilfang double. :]
I have 2850 gold right now a lot of people my level are amazed. =/. Heh, I just stayed away from the auction house. I followed advice given by some other people and I DON'T accept gold from others. Gear, enchants etc? Yeah I accept, but I tip or pay mostly.
After I ding 70 I plan on doing my SSO dailies I hear they're easy, then the Outlands one then continue questing. I am told to do Kirin Tor as soon as you ding 70 for fast gold. As soon as I get 5000 gold I'm buying epic flying (I'm a druid) then I will start working on my gear / professions wasting gold on them. I'd have to go to Heroic Seth. Also I'm thinking I might as well do the TK questline.
May 27th 2008 7:38PM Wow my comment previous two were deleted. >
May 27th 2008 7:33PM Agreed! >< that picture makes me shudder and want to click 'x'.
May 27th 2008 9:18AM I see this issue at heart. I kind of think Blizzard should bend their rules to an extent here. If my cousin never let me play under his account I would never have been a customer of Blizzard. Several people who came after Burning Crusade, like myself I asked about this said a friend, coworker or family member let them create a character and try out the game.
I liked the game, so I went out and bought my own when I got back home, as I stayed with my cousin for a week. The percentage of people who came after Burning Crusade must be a good number. I bet thousands if not millions came after Burning Cruade; what if several were like me played on a friend's account first?
If Blizzard really stepped hard down on it how would it effect future customers?