So I finished up Act V on my Crusader this weekend, which ended up being really quite easy. Not sure overall I enjoy the class as much as my Wizard, but it's still quite a lot of fun for me. So my Crusader is sitting at level 45 or so, and I'm looking at the "what now" stuff - which seems to involved doing Adventure Mode bounties and Rifts at increasing levels of difficulty.
We'll have to see, but I'm not sure that's going to be enough to keep my attention. I'm more of a quester and story line guy myself, so having to do the same stuff over again a few more times to get to max level...well, just not sure I'm going to be up for that.
And I really have no idea why I feel differently about that than I do about, say, running Siege of Orgrimmar over and over and over and over again. I just do. It's not even the possible drops and rewards from running Siege, because you get similar rewards from Adventure Mode. I'm still going to give it a try to see if I can push the Crusader through to level 70, but I'm not feeling as enthusiastic about it as I was while finishing up the actual story line.
I've been working on the rest of the alliance army a bit as well. I've got 7 toons left to go on the alliance side, and here's where they all stand.
Priest - level 48
Mage - level 46
Rogue - level 46
Druid - level 49
Paladin - level 49
Warrior - level 49
Monk - level 17
Having concluded I wasn't using my boost on my monk, I now need to go ahead and level that bad boy. Which is a ton of fun anyway, so no issues there.
Should be getting the whole family off to Outland here in the foreseeable future, so that'll be fun. And with that, they just started playing "Love Shack" by the B-52's. Good music to kill gnolls by.
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