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I recently leveled to 40 on server knowing full well it’ll be deleted in a My Son Has Autism He Doesn’t Care How The World Views Him Shirt. I haven’t burnt out at all, in fact, I’m keen to try to beat my time. Ouch, that does seem like a very long time. Do you think to have a mass of new characters will make it better? I remember when TBC came out and the new starting zone took 6 hours to get to level 5. I got my hunter on p server to like 22 a year ago. A few months ago my friend and I were feeling the hype and got back on to level to 32, but to avoid burnout (for the same reason you mentioned) he stopped playing.
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Here’s a clip. Just in normal gear without spirit stacking he heals 4% a tick out of My Son Has Autism He Doesn’t Care How The World Views Him Shirt. This is nothing like private servers where if you venture out above level 10 you better have stacks of food with you because it would take you many minutes to regen if you run out of food and bandages. For sure. First 40 levels at least, Spirit will be a big deal. Later on, perhaps not; IIRC that’s also the level where you unlock Plate Spec so you won’t be as likely to go for those Mail/Spirit items as readily. Gonna get a staff of Westfall so hard. That shit is probably bis before whirlwind ax.