I was thinking of leveling multiple shaman to try to avoid respec costs. Having a second shaman for different PvE rolls could be interesting. Gonna be hell to try to gear all of them up. But it could extend the life of the game as well.
Well already decided on class and server type. Once names are announced ill be figuring out the server further from there. Right now I'm planning out some questing routes. I want to enjoy my leveling experience. gonna go it rather slow doing leatherworking and skinning and cooking to max well before I hit 60 if not just as I hit 60.
But because I'm planning on leveling in the pack, I really want to make sure I get the quests done in the right order and convivence. The last thing I want to do is have to run to areas multiple times because I forgot to pick up a quest, or etc.
Hi Jhaman, shaman are indeed loved by everyone, as long as they are not the person playing it lol. Why buy the cow, if you can get the milk for free.
I am resto all the way, it may take me a year to hit 60, but that's fine by me.
Enjoy the power of the elements
I am sure we all had more free time when we were younger. Now that I am married and have a man cub (four months old at launch) to look after, my gaming time will be fairly minimal. That being said I think I will enjoy the time I get to spend in game that much more. I want to raid, but I will be just as happy running dungeons, picking flowers and dabbling in PVP.
I have set my expectations to play Classic WOW in a "casual" manner hoping to get in an hour or two at night during the week and maybe a four hour session one of the days of the weekend. Sometimes when you become to familiar with an item it loses its value. Not having access to Classic WOW all hours of the day is going to increase its appeal to me.