I think it is a bad idea to add in something that shows who bought a level 90 boost.
Why, why and why?
Stop being so incredibly hurt by others playing the game differently than yourself. Seriously.
There should be no way to single out the boosted players I mean come on. Granted, I will not be buying one since the only non 90 I have is a monk and I'll use my free one on that one. But still. This thread just shows, to me, how non open this community is to new players. For the first time that I can remember, Blizzard is making an active attempt to GET NEW BLOOD INTO THE GAME instead of trying to BRING BACK OLD PLAYERS. This should make people happy. And maybe, these new players wouldn't be jerks if people were nicer to them in dungeons when offering advice instead of "Hey Jerkoff, way to pull x-dps below the tank not gtfo out of my dungeon."
Thank You Shyama for the sig again!!
I didn't read through all 43 preceding pages, but if you were really interested in finding out if they boosted, why not just check the achievement page?
Statistics page lists # of quests completed for individual toons. Obviously a insta-90 will have less than MOST toons, depending on how you leveled. From there you could continue on to BG and Dungeons.
With all that said, personally I don't care how someone got to 90.
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I rather tag ppl who dosnt gem/enchant their gear with a giant "I AM BAD" banner over their head
You do get some sort of education from leveling.
If you really suck, you will be told/flamed in leveling dungeons. Maaaaybe this person will think about it.
Now the bad people will be flamed in high lvl dungeons and dont have as much time to change/abondon the class .
People claim "Clickers" are bad at WoW and trash at PvP, Swifty once said " Clickers are easy targets, I can see them a mile away " Yup, That's why i've killed him 4 times 1 on 1 in duels, Never lost to him, once on a live stream. Reached Glad 7 times in my WoW career, Have a current rating of 2300, Solo 3's ( Sometimes with a healer ) because doing it in 2's is a joke. Mabye people need to stop saying stupid shit. Effort beats talent everytime.
I'm leveling a Warlock right now, and it's literally just Corruption on a group of mobs, pop Dark Apotheosis, and deal with them at my leisure with Hand of Gul'dan and Drain Life.
Nobody told me I did bad, because there is barely any human interaction in LFD. We're all there with one goal: to get it over with.
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I have 5 90s, and...not even going to try to remember, too tired, but even more 80-85+ toons. I could not care less about Joe Shmoe buying a 90. I could not care less about being "recognized" for levelling. Why? Because levelling isn't hard or even worth noticing. Now if someone gets Loremaster, that's awesome and worth noticing. If someone levelled to 90 like every other person that's currently 90 in the game? How is that special? And chances are, the majority of people buying multiple 90s will be people who have already levelled multiple 90s, or at least 1, and just can't stand the levelling process anymore.
I know as soon as WoD goes for pre-order I'm grabbing it and my free 90. Thinking an ally priest or shaman healer...since my other ones are horde.
Recognition for what exactly? Playing a video game...not real life bro calm down
I might very well take advantage of the boost just to create a toon of a class I already know on the opposite faction, or boost I class I had to 85 in Cata, but didn't level to 90 due to the unfriendly alt environment of MoP.