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The time has come for many of us to level our alts, as Shadowlands is entering the lull period where we have accomplished most of what 9.0 had to offer to our mains and are eagerly waiting for 9.1 -- or we're simply in the mood for a change of pace.
Your first character has entered the Shadowlands, completed the Campaign, chose their Covenant, and started progressing the Covenant Campaign.
Update: Blizzard has officially announced that BlizzCon 2020 is canceled, though we may see a virtual event of some kind early next year.
Every game as big as World of Warcraft is going to leave things unfinished or truncated from time to time.
In my opinion, the biggest block to leveling another character to 60 in Shadowlands is the idea that I will be forced to run them through the Maw again.
A new battle pet is being added in Shadowlands patch 9.1, the Baubleworm, with four varieties to collect.
I find myself having a much harder time getting my alts to max level in Shadowlands than I did in Battle for Azeroth, but I know some people have multiple alts to 60 and in full Covenant gear, and I'm a trifle impressed.
I really expected I would approach Shadowlands leveling in a systematic way, using the Threads of Fate system to pop all of my alts to max level as fast as possible, and I was entirely and completely wrong about this.
In Shadowlands, each week we progress further with Renown, which has a weekly cap.
Now that I have two characters at 60 and have started catching up on Renown -- level 6 today yay -- I'm really coming to realize I had absolutely no idea what I was doing when it came to getting my Covenant systems in place.