So my alliance hunter managed to make it to Uldum potentially just in time for a nerf of the xp required to level through the Cataclysm zones. So what's a concurrent leveling altoholic to do.
The rest of the alliance army is sitting in the mid to high 30's, so it doesn't really impact them. It hasn't been verified for sure if these xp requirement changes are going to go into effect with the pre-patch next week or with the ultimate release of MoP a month from now.
However, just in case, here is my plan for my hunter:
The leveling through Uldum (83-84) used to take 5.2 million xp and will now take 3.469 million xp. The push from 84-85 through Twilight Highlands used to take 9.2 million xp and will now take 4.6 million.
My plan for now is to continue to work my hunter through Uldum for the rest of this week and get him slightly under that 3.469 million xp level that should theoretically be required for level 84 after the nerf. That way, if it does go into effect with the patch, I can do one or two more quests in Uldum, level and then move on to Twilight Highlands.
I've also continued to do a decent amount of PvP on both my warlock and my shadow priest and have moved my overall total on my main server to 71,578 HK's.
I also managed to make a full pass through the rest of the alliance army and get part of the way into another pass, so here's where all the toons of the alliance army now sit:
Hunter - level 83
Druid - 36
Mage - 35
Paladin - 34
Priest - 33
Shaman - 34
Warlock - 38
Warrior - 32.
I should be able to get the hunter to 85 pretty quickly after the pre-patch drops, and then I might actually work on driving one more toon to 85 before MoP hits - probably the warlock.
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