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I know there was a thread where we talked about this game but i can't find it. Anyway, i picked up the game for $19.99 at Circuit City last night and wanted to see who else who else plays it currently. Maybe we could get a clan going.

 

I have wanted the game for quite some time, but the monthly fee kept me from buying it. Well for 20 bucks and a free 30days of playing, i figured it is definately worth it.

 

Miles

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Im a retired game addict, well all but my Race simulator and open wheel / historical sim games. LOL

 

(whistle)

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You need to come over and experience a driving sim... Good fun. Of course I would have to move some fish stuff to get to it. LOL

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Not anymore, too dang addictive. I found myself not doing any of my regular duties and wife was looking at investing in new life insurance for me. Figured I better find a new hobby.

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I"m in WoW. Have two Alliance characters on the Duskwood server...Arilan and Fenmere (usually on Fenmere until I hit lvl 60). Look me up if you guys wanna play =)

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I have 3 characters on 2 servers. Lvl 22 Tauren druid on Ysera, Lvl 5 Nightelf druid & Human warrior(my 5 year olds character) on Norgannon. I have been thinking about creating a new character (maybe a shaman) so I am game to start in another server.

 

Cuda

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I'll warn ya now, i'm kind of attached to my guild. They're a bunch of great people. I've thought about making a Tauren shaman, but don't want to leave my guild and if I go horde, i can't talk to them =(

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I played my warlock over the weekend for awhile, up to lvl 8. This game is more fun than Guild Wars, much easier to play solo. Although everytime i die i have a LONG walk to get my corpse, so that sux. I'm open to starting a new char on a diff server, currently i'm on Ariel Peak or something.

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I'm really active on the Uldum server -- Undead Priest, level 60. I'm just starting to get WoW out of my system.. after 18 months of play. The methadone really helps.

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My Priest60 is Undead, and I have a level 60 Dwarf Paladin but I don't talk about him much ;) . I also have a stable of characters in their forties.

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Currently, I have a lvl 58 Night-ef Hunter and a lvl 17 human priest. Once the hunter is at 60, i'll start working on the priest. I also have a low lvl tauren shaman on the Cenarion Circle server. This is for when Duskwood goes down

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Hey what would you suggest i get as my professions? I'm thinking skinning or herbalism for the first. I need to do some more reading on whether those would benefit my char, i think this is the best way to make money right?

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Two gathering professions are the best moneymakers until level 40 or so. Skinning/Herbalism is a good combination. Mining/Herbalism is probably the best, but since you can only have your 'radar' set to one or the other it is probably best left alone until you are experienced enough with the zones to know from memory where the mining spawns are.

 

At level 40, dump skinning and switch to Alchemy. Herbalism/Alchemy is probably the only combo that remains desirable all the way through endgame. Enchanting and Engineering can be fun, but are huge money sinks. Very, VERY few people make one red cent from Enchanting -- the cost of advancing it and buying recipes makes overall system profit very difficult. Engineering is fun, particularly for PvP. Leatherworking and Blacksmithing have a few nice bits, but overall you'll get better gear from drops or the Auction House.

 

Just my experience, YMMV.

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Awesome, thanks for the info. So you can change later on in the game then? Just have to pay the cost of the training again?

 

Also, currently i can only wear cloth. Is this because my char can only wear cloth? Or do i just need to get farther in the game to wear leather/chain armor?? I'm an undead warlock BTW.

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Your secondary skills are retrainable for free. You can drop and add them at will, you just lose all progress and start over from zero each time. Fishing, Cooking and First Aid are all freebies, you get all three independantly of the secondary skills. It is when you respec your character (change your talents and class skills/spells) that you have to pay gold.

 

As a Warlock (goob job choosing Horde, by the way ;) ) you will always be limited to cloth armor. It's only the melee and hybrid classes that get to improve their category of armor as they rise in level. Good luck, have fun and feel free to fire any questions my way.

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