World of Warcraft player makes INSANE grind to level 90

One World of Warcraft player had a prolonged, slow grind to reach the game’s level top of 90. He did so remaining entirely natural, unable to participate in the faction quests through which often most players advance in the game.

The player is Doubleagent and he was playing as a Pandaren, the race introduced in 2012’s Mists of Pandaria expansion. Pandaren may begin the game not affiliated with either the Alliance or the Horde, but are effectively forced to choose around the time they reach level 10, otherwise they remain in the starting zone, where no new quests are given.

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Doubleagent remained fairly neutral, effectively beyond the level of which he or she may attain practical knowledge killing critters inside the sector. While he or she could not get away from this isle, he or she could not entry the in-world mail box and therefore postal mail themself tools as well as products. He sophisticated — at a glacial pace — through exploration as well as picking herbal remedies.

His total playtime on the character is 173.5 days. And no, he couldn’t use the Level 90 free boost (or buy one for $60) because doing so requires you to choose a faction — thus transporting his character off The Wandering Isle.

Doubleagent wrote up a FAQ on the Battle.Net forums, saying the No. 1 question he receives when people in the starting zone encounter a level 90 Pandaren is “How did you get back here?” His reply. “I didn’t leave.”

“I thought about doing this when I heard about Pandaren being neutral until level 10,” he writes. “Knowing that herbalist and mining nodes gave experience, I figured if the zone had any of them it would probably be possible to level higher than intended. And when I did finally start, one of my friends thought [sic] I’d reach some kind of cap on the isle and that I wouldn’t reach 90. So it kind of encouraged me to continue even more-so than before.”

As for his future plans: “I won’t be picking a faction. I do intend to level to 100 come the next expansion.”

His total playtime on the character is 173. 5 days and nights. And no, he couldn’t utilize Level 90 free boost (or purchase one for $60) because this requires you to choose a faction — thus transporting his character off of the Wandering Isle.

Doubleagent wrote up a FAQ on the Battle. Net forums, saying this No. 1 question he receives when people inside starting zone encounter a degree 90 Pandaren is “How did you get back here? ” His response. “I didn’t leave. ”

“I considered doing this when I found out about Pandaren being neutral until degree 10, ” he writes. “Knowing of which herbalist and mining nodes offered experience, I figured if the zone had any one them it would probably be possible to level greater than intended. And when I do finally start, one of my friends thought [sic] I’d reach some sort of cap on the isle and that I wouldn’t reach 90. So it kind of encouraged me to carry on even more-so than before. inches

As for his future ideas: “I won’t be picking a faction. I do intend to level to 100 come another expansion. “.

 

 

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