Aug 24th 2009 7:16AM Of course, if you forked over 1000g for dual spec, you could easily do this, regardless of how many talent points 85 gives you.
Aug 24th 2009 7:02AM Every time they add new levels, they add new talents, and alter the talent tree so that you CAN'T do what you guys are talking about. I doubt this expansion will be any different...
Aug 21st 2009 9:30AM Wow it just occurred to me that they should make the old pre-bc tier sets boe world drops off lvl 60 mobs in azeroth. Then we can enjoy their nice looks and even use them in early outland for great justice!
Jun 23rd 2009 10:34AM sadly, you must enter all the instances for that, right?
Jun 17th 2009 10:12AM The fact that you are overlooking is that WoW is a multiplayer game, and if the population of a realm is spread too evenly across 80 levels, it becomes very difficult to find people to play with.
The point of the changes are to speed all the alts and new players' progression into "current" content so that everybody can play together.
Have you played on a full server? Blizz can't handle that kind of load very well. Even with a full server, if you spread the entire population across all 80 levels, everything gets kinda deserted. I am an alt-aholic myself, and I play on a low-medium population realm, and I can almost never find a pickup group for dungeons in the 25-58 level range.
And, to repeat what others have said, speeding up travel is hardly making it "easier".
Forcing people to run on foot everywhere was always kind of a crappy money grab on Blizz's part. The longer it takes you to get places, the more $15 installments you must pay. It makes absolutely no sense that there should be any level requirement on any mounts anyway. Last time I checked, in real life, and in most fantasy/science fiction, there has never been a link between a person's battle prowess and that person's ability to ride a horse.
Jun 11th 2009 3:58PM "get whatever they want with no work"
Right now, I'm prototyping a website, and demoing ajax toolkits to determine what is most ideal for our customer, and also fixing bugs on another website. That is work. Playing WoW is not work, so nothing you have ever achieved in WoW has ever required any work. Reducing requirements means I get to see more of what WoW has to offer despite the fact that I have to go to work five days a week.