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Posted: Apr 1st 2008 1:27PM Triskelion said

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I agree, slowing down the game is never recommended. People leveling too quickly isn't the problem, lack of content is the problem - if people have something to do then they'll stay.

Posted: Apr 1st 2008 1:31PM Slob Zombie said

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They're not slowing down the game, they're talking about reducing the degree to which they sped up the game. I don't know from experience, but being able to increase your XP 6-fold does seem a bit excessive.

Posted: Apr 1st 2008 1:46PM (Unverified) said

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So its a good thing now that you ca go from level 40 to 50 in one day? I dont think so...

Posted: Apr 1st 2008 1:58PM (Unverified) said

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40 to 50 in one day!? Not unless somebody decided to add another couple dozen hours to the day and forgot to tell me.

Posted: Apr 1st 2008 2:21PM (Unverified) said

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It will take you 8 to 10 hours, but it is doable. With XP tokens and the group bonus you can get something on the order of a 9x multiplier to your XP gains.

Posted: Apr 1st 2008 2:17PM Triskelion said

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People level from lvl 1 - lvl 70 in WoW in a few days, it can be done - does that mean that people will do it? No.

They added the modifier, based on levels; i.e. 1-10 has a different modifier then 30-50. They did it because the higher levels have fewer quests/content and it is a major boredom grind.

Reducing exp gains, based on the potential of what exists in the game today is considered slowing it down.

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