In these tumultuous times, what does the future of World of Warcraft look like?
Everyone knows that I main Warriors and love them, but what I don't talk about as much is how much I enjoy having a Paladin alt -- I have two that I'm working on, and I enjoy the flexibility of healing, tanking or DPSing on one character.
How many alts can you play and enjoy in an MMO?
Are you a long-time World of Warcraft player?
Patch 9.1.5 is bringing some alt-friendly improvements to the Shadowlands, so if you've been thinking of leveling up a new character you may want to hold off until the patch comes out.
In case you've been wondering when World of Warcraft's patch 9.1.5 will hit the PTR -- I know I have, considering all the stuff we've been told is coming -- we now know that it will be next week, thanks to this post from the official World of Warcraft site.
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.
In one way, I never change mains, because I have only once not mained a Warrior and that was a brief experiment at the beginning of Battle for Azeroth when I decided I'd try a Death Knight.
I think that Shadowlands, with its focus on the Renown system and Covenants, really made me aware of reputation in World of Warcraft and how stifling it can be.
We already noted that in patch 9.1, you'll be able to send Soul Ash to alts, meaning that you could conceivably farm Soul Ash on a bunch of your characters and funnel it towards one you want to craft a legendary for.