And Then There were 10


Compared to some of my friends, I don’t really have that many level 100 characters. I’ve got a total of 10, 5 across Area 52 (all horde) and 5 across Argent Dawn (all alliance). I have two duplicate classes, a paladin and a priest. Priest being my favourite out of the bunch. It wasn’t my intention to level up all my characters when invasions first came out, but that’s what ended up happening. A lot of my characters had already reached 91, and I was just not keen on grinding through WoD content again for the 6th time. A handful were lower level or even new characters (like my horde priest, that character is brand new). I did a LOT of invasions, and I have no inclination to level up any more through that method. It was a lot of boring grinding, a lot of traveling, and just not very “fun” – what it was, was fast. Because honestly leveling up through questing for the hundredth time is also a whole lot of not fun.

Now I’m working on my professions a bit, trying to max them out. Most of my 100s already have max professions, but the priest does not. Only one of my characters had max cooking / fishing / archaeology, and I’m not sure if I want to max it out on other characters as well. I’ll probably just do it on my alliance main / horde main, and then we’ll see.

I’m really excited about the expansion going live. I love the hype, and I love seeing so many of my friends getting involved in all of the little changes that are happening. Even if it doesn’t last, it’s been a pretty good experience so far.

As always, happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself!

1 Response to And Then There were 10

  1. Ysharros says:

    Still 2 1/2 times as many 100s as I have — mostly because I couldn’t face the idea of doing another garrison, heh.

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