Neverdied - LVL 80 Mage - No Quest, No Dungeons, No Death
It's Christmas eve and I have a wonderful story for you! Neverdied, a mage from Chimera (US - Durotan) reached level 80 yesterday!
Of course it's not just another level 80, the character was leveled without any quests, instances, or even deaths! Here is the mail I received:
Back in may I saw http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/th...Id=17367601961 and http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/th...Id=17779679689 and thought it would be fun to combine them.HTML Code:<h2></h2>
First try I died to being over confident, second try I died to 3 casters respawns on top of me while in higher levels, last try was death due to server lag.
At first I was only going to do no deaths and no achievements but as I was grinding I thought I could do this without quests. On the second try I thought I could avoid flight paths all together. Then on the third try I had made a list of all the restrictions I thought I could go through.
They had to be:
- No death
- No questing
- No instances, BGs or Arenas
- No mounts or flight paths
- No professions
- No loot
- Just grinding.
Contrary to what people think this took a lot of practice and planning. I had to be careful what parts of maps to discover, what mobs to grind and be aware of places I could fall from. Cautious the warrior died from falling so a mage would help. Also I needed to travel a lot so portals would help a ton moving around. Actually the ports where the main reason I picked a mage and also for invisibility at higher levels which saved my arse many times.
Finally since this was a pve server I didn t need more escape mechanism than what mages had. Played was about 10 days and 12 hours but that also involves many hours on the AH scanning and looking for gear so it is not that accurate. I did use RAF on the first try but it wasn t efficient to dual box and I abandoned the idea on the second try because it would have been not worthy.
It was full solo 31900 mobs grinded in about 4 months. Some 6 hours sessions, some only rested XP. Basically a little everyday. Next is finishing the same thing on a pvp server...but on a different name and a different class and no you can not know what server
Congratulations to him for such an impressive achievement, that's definitely a lot of time and dedication!HTML Code:<h2></h2>
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World of Warcraft: MLG Orlando Championship
A new MLG WoW tournament is coming in early January! This one should be slightly less intrusive than the previous ones and I'll try to make sure the tournaments are once again an enjoyable experience for everyone on the site.
GotFrag.com - Teams have been officially announced for the Major League Gaming 2009 PC Circuit Championship, taking place in Orlando, Florida, at the Gaylord Palms Resort, January 9th-10th. The top four MLG Ranking Points teams for 2009 will battle it out in a double elimination, winner take all bracket for $15,000 and the right to be called 2009 MLG PC Circuit Champion.
Check 6, SK.EG, Complexity, and Button Bashers take the stage Saturday for a very special exhibition style "All-Star" tournament. Then Sunday, those four teams will compete for the gold in the championship bracket.
[...] The show begins Saturday January 9th at 12:30pm EST with the All-Star 3v3 Challenge and then again Sunday January 1oth at high noon for the 2009 MLG PC Circuit Championship. Every minute of action will be brought to you with expert commentary from, Keith "Igoaf" Trahan and Jared "Vhell" Coulston, supported by the veteran coverage staff right here at GotFrag.
Check World of Warcraft: MLG Orlando Championship Teams!
Saturday January 9th, 2010
12:30pm - Welcome/Pre-Game Show
1pm - All-Star Challenge Winners Round 1
2pm - All-Star Challenge Winners Round 1 B
3pm - All-Star Challenge Losers Round 1
4pm - All-Star Challenge Winners Finals
5pm - All-Star Challenge Losers Finals
6pm - Dinner Break
7pm - All-Star Challenge Finals
8pm-8:15pm - Wrapup
Sunday January 10th, 2010
11:30am - Welcome/Pre-Game Show
12 noon - Championship Winners Round 1 A
1pm - Championship Winners Round 1 B
2pm - Championship Losers Round 1
3pm - Lunch Break
4pm - Championship Winners Finals
5pm - Championship Losers Finals
6pm - Championship Finals
7pm-7:15pm - Award Ceremony
To purchase the HD WoW Weekend pass for the 2009 MLG PC Circuit Championship live from Orlando, go to www.mlgpro.com/live/2009/Orlando/purchaseHD.
Spectator passes are available for those wishing to view the action in person HERE.
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