I made it to 18. I have a few more 85+ I an easily level to 90 but, meh, probably won't be bothered.
Leveling is actually very easy. I just level until rested xp is used up, then log on another toon and repeat. It isn't that hard or time consuming.
On Topic: Congrats! I'm sure you are feeling accomplished at this point. That is quite a journey. I just feel bad for you though. Now if they make a new race or class, you will either have to kill a 90, or start a 2nd account.
Im curious, do you have a job? Because getting 50 level 90 characters seems like a job in and of itself. I can think of many other productive things to do with that time, but Grats anyway, for your dedication at least
However, this leaves you gaining only a level and a half every ten days, and thus would take about two years to fully level cap a character. I try to push them further when possible.
Unlike the OP, I have multiple accounts, but I do have 50 at 90. My goal for WoD is 100 at 100.
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That's impressive. I wish I had the same level of dedication to accomplish my goals.
I noticed it didn't take long for people to say you have no life or you bought them; but what people don't realize is it is this kind of personality that can translate into being successful in your career as well. You may spend your personal time doing this, but at work I'm sure your the type that is always taking initiative and getting things accomplished.
That's pretty amazing.
I've never come close to it myself. The most level capped characters I've had in any expansion was Wrath, when I had something like 5 of them. I do have a friend who got one level capped character for each class every expansion and also did that in Classic WoW. I also have one friend who does that and has been known to delete a level capped class, reroll the exact same class, and start over. He has done that quite a few times, but I don't know if he's anywhere near 50.
What's your ui? Saw some of the screenshots and i guess it's a form for elvui with a twist?
Even if they took 1 day each to level from 85-90 (with breaks, eating, bathroom, etc) thats 50 days of your life spent being unproductive.
Next, lets look at 50 characters being leveled from 1-85. Lets say that he used RaF for 30 of those characters, and it took him 1 day each to level them from 1-85 with rest, breaks, eating, bathroom etc. Thats 30 days of his life being unproductive.
Now for the other 20 characers, lets say he leveled those manually without RaF. For the sake of arguement lets say that he started playing WoW during the cata expansion. So now leveling is faster, but still 80-85 takes awhile. Lets say for the sake of arguement it takes on average 3 days each character to level from 1-85 on these 20 characters. Thats 60 days of being unproductive.
So hypothetically the time spent on this "what if" scenario is:
50 Days - (to reach 90 from 85 on all 50 characters)
30 Days - (to RaF 30 of his characters to 85)
60 Days - (to level 2 characters to 85 without RaF)
So a total of 140 days of being unproductive. Thats a lot of time. And im willing to bet to get 50 characters to 90 along with play time on gearing and other side things other than leveling took a lot more time than 140 days.
How is this not a "no life" scenario?
Great way to show your ignorance I would like to see your proof that he spends every waking hour online, and that he hasn't got a job, friends, family, or a social life...Oh, you can't? Better stop talking shit then champ How many level 90s you have is literaly, zero indication of how many hours a day you spend online, Only ignorant fools would assume so
Congrats! I have 26 level 90's now. Gotta love how arrogant people are, judging you and making statements about you as a person or your life based upon what little they know. .
I doubt I'll level another toon until we get a new class though since I pretty much have 2 of each class that I'm not overly fond of at endgame, and 2-4 of the ones I really enjoy such as priest (3), hunter (4) and mage (3)...the mages are mostly for transportation though. My only goal with having these many alts is to have my fav mogg set for the class and race I think it suits the best. I don't spend more time than it takes to obtain those sets tbf on most my toons. Oh, and my 13 Horde toons have the farm maxed out so I grow enigma seeds...closing up on 800k made only from that this expansion.
How much time to you spend watching movies, tv, webisodes, etc?
How much time to do spend out with friends playing pool, bowling, drinking, etc?
How people choose to spend their entertainment time is on them, and no one else. I may poke fun at someone and use some light humor, but someone spending their time, their way, is hardly a no life scenario.
The fact is, its a no life thing to spend time to level 50 characters to max.
No. You know nothing, at all, about this person other than him having 50 level 90's in a game where leveling doesn't take more than 2-3 days played if you go SLOWLY. Stop being so arrogant...and dumb, since a "no life" scenario would mean he was dead. His life is his to decide over, not yours, no matter how strongly you might believe in your superiority...you have none.
The fact that you are even here discussing a total strangers life over his time spent in a game would qualify YOU for a "no life scenario" to other people with your level of arrogance. Even playing games at ALL is a "no life scenario" to many outsiders.
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Second, I have spent plenty of time playing games in my time. Times change as one gets older though. Maybe he's 12 years old living at home with nothing to do other than school and playing video games. Maybe hes 24 living in mom's basement playing WoW 24/7. I don't know. The fact is, he could be spending his time more wisely, contributing to society, affecting other peoples lives in a positive manner, getting out and socializing. If he is 12, an adolescent, teenager, whatever, then great. Its still not a wise choice of how he spends his time.
He could do more good for himself just by simply being around people in real life than in a video game.
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Then you must be sitting on a bloody giraffe. Your way of assuming and "writing" his life for him based on what little you know reminds me of the arrogance and "I-know-everything!"-attitude that people in their mid-teens show.