FYI on Ken's WoW ETA

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Wow, it strikes me that you all have guys in the late 30s - early 40s. That should make for some good grouping times. :)
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Jonkga wrote:Wow, it strikes me that you all have guys in the late 30s - early 40s. That should make for some good grouping times. :)
Except me :(
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Jonkga wrote:Wow, it strikes me that you all have guys in the late 30s - early 40s. That should make for some good grouping times. :)
Except me :(
Me either, Cory. I stupidly deleted my mid-30s guy when I gave up WoW last year.
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Jonkga wrote:
Hardcorhobbs wrote:
Jonkga wrote:Wow, it strikes me that you all have guys in the late 30s - early 40s. That should make for some good grouping times. :)
Except me :(
Me either, Cory. I stupidly deleted my mid-30s guy when I gave up WoW last year.
Time to remake Quendarin, Jon. In 2 weeks he'll easily be in the mid-twenties. :)
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Heh. I don't know how soon I'll be out of the 30s. I've been grinding up my secondary skills. I discovered that I couldn't make silk bandages 'cause my first aid skill was so low ... and the wool I needed to train it up was non-existent in Stranglevine. So I went over to Redmine for a night to slaughter a few hundred gnolls and gather wool.

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I also spent some time using my wand and stave; I almost always rely on spells, and I was surprised to find how ... anemic ... Zil's non-spell combat abilities were. I don't know if they're up to level yet, but they should be better.

Zil's first aid is now level-appropriate. It was also a blast to fight low-level mobs using my crowd-please spells. It's amazing how much damage a 36th level mage can do against 20something gnolls. :)
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Durric hit level 42 last nite...

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Lars Porsenna wrote:Durric hit level 42 last nite...

Damon.

Man, you are really cruisin'! :)
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NukeHavoc wrote:Heh. I don't know how soon I'll be out of the 30s. I've been grinding up my secondary skills. I discovered that I couldn't make silk bandages 'cause my first aid skill was so low ... and the wool I needed to train it up was non-existent in Stranglevine. So I went over to Redmine for a night to slaughter a few hundred gnolls and gather wool.

Where's the Sheeple Nation when you really need it?

I also spent some time using my wand and stave; I almost always rely on spells, and I was surprised to find how ... anemic ... Zil's non-spell combat abilities were. I don't know if they're up to level yet, but they should be better.

Zil's first aid is now level-appropriate. It was also a blast to fight low-level mobs using my crowd-please spells. It's amazing how much damage a 36th level mage can do against 20something gnolls. :)
Ken, if you check the Skills tab on your character sheet, you can see where all your skills are, ie - if you've maxed them out for your level, etc.
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Duklar and I spent most the night traveling to the dwarven lands, but I did level up to 21. We picked up a ton of quests though, so I imagine leveling will speed back now. Just keep working on those skills Ken, we'll catch up soon ;)
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