As I tweeted up there, my Orc Warrior on Moon Guard is now level 80, giving me a total of 8 characters that are at max level. I did end up being a day shy of my inital goal of getting her to max level before the end of the Midsummer Fire Festival, but to be honest I think I did the best I could and it ended up rather well. I mean, I still had raiding obligations on my Priest to fulfill, and I still attended RP events on both my warrior and my druid, and occasionally I logged over to my druid just to RP with some people and take a break. I think some people initally thought I had purchased a powerleveling service, until I talked a lot to them while leveling.
So this means with my warrior at max level, once I start getting her some respectable gear together, I'm going to split my time between my druid on Moon Guard (my druid's guildmaster might kill me in my sleep if I don't start leveling her soon) and my Pocket Posse gnome on Doomhammer. Ironically enough, I left them both off at level 22.
In addition to that, my fiancé has decided that, since I am his housewench, I should level his alts, too. And since I have trouble denying that man anything (within reason, of course) I now have a few MORE alts on my list to level. I'm really glad that I find leveling to be one of the best parts of the WoW experience - though even I can get a bit tired of it. Sometimes.
I'm not sure what I'm going to do with myself once all my alts hit max level. Although I know when Cataclysm is released I will be rolling at least 4 Worgens - Warrior, Hunter, Mage, and Warlock. From what I've heard from friends that have got into the beta (lucky bastards!) the Worgen starter quests are epic and the lore is awesome. I'm excited.
First Post of 2011
7 years ago