Blizz originally said their goal with WoW was to hit level 150. I think until then, it will just go forward as is.
just end the leveling at 100 already. it's a pointless chore that sucks so much dev time. add more raids, add more gear.
the only thing worse than being talked about, is not being talked about.
Next expansion is a troll expansion, "Ben'vol'jin Button", featuring a revolutionary 100-1 leveling experience.
Can't divulge my sources though.
Not a bad idea, I'm surprised Blizzard haven't done this. Upgrading a class from normal too prestige. The word prestige alone would get in a lot of CoD kids :P
On a side note the upgrade of hunter>beastmaster just doesn't fit as we have a spec called Beast Mastery :P
We should go from Hunter>Master Huntard xD
taken from ragnarok online :/
lotro and everquest 2 will also have level 100 chars this fall and after that level 105 or 110 etccc
did you know that maximul level for Asheron's call 1 is 275 ? there is no limit if there is still a community for a mmo
Next will be level 200. It will be introduced with the brand-new feature World Difficulty! The most content ever in any game or expansion ever released - the entirety of Eastern Kingdoms and Kalimdor will be yours to explore once again, fighting first Heroic and then Mythic-level mobs, quests, and dungeons as you get to experience the most popular MMO of all time at new and more challenging difficulty levels! What if you don't want to battle all of Azeroth again? No problem! Once you've purchased access to Heroic and Mythic World Difficulty, you can then boost your character straight to level 200 for the low price of only $95. (Blizzard considered allowing boosts to 200 for less, but didn't want to see bots and griefers abusing the system - that $95 charge is there to improve your game experience!)
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