My Breaking Point with Power Levelers

I’ve hit my breaking point with power levelers. You know, the folks who think hitting the level cap as fast as humanly possible is the best way to play. There was someone on WOW Insider who was derided for only being level 48 a year into playing the game. People, STFU. There’s more to the game then maxing everything out as fast as possible. Believe it or not, there’s allot of content for lower levels that you’ll miss by leveling as fast as you humanly can. I enjoyed my adventures in Westfall, and had I rushed through it, I’d never have got as much out of it as I did. Leveling from 1 to 70 in a few weeks? Where’s the fun there? The only time I condone power leveling is with an alt where you’ve already seen everything that the alt is going to be doing or to reach a milestone. For me, I’m shooting for Gavelier to reach level 55 so I can get a Death Knight upon WotLK’s release.  I’m currently at 53 and anything after 55 is going to be a bonus. I’ve been playing since March this year and Gav is ‘only’ at level 53, and none of my half-dozen alts are over level 20. So? What’s wrong with that? I’m enjoying myself, thank you very much. Sure, I’d love to get Lug (my Tauren hunter) or Budman to a high level to play with their class’s better toys, but I’m playing at MY pace. That’s it. That’s the sum of this discussion. Play at your pace, and tell those power levelers to f*** off. And you can tell ‘em Alpha said so.


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Hi, I’m Alphasim . I’ve been playing World of WarCraft for four years now and my main is a level 85 human paladin named Gavelier. Gav features prominently here at Alazar so you'll get to know him and his guild.

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