So I went ahead and started a third warlock last week so that I could have one of each spec at max level when Legion came out. That warlock is now sitting at level 60 and working his way through Hellfire Peninsula. Good progress for just a few days worth of work.
After the warlock is done, I'll likely go back to my alliance group, where I have four more toons that need to be pushed from somewhere in the 60's or 70's through to max level. Rogue will be up next, followed by priest, then monk then warrior. Because warriors are always last with me. For absolutely no good reason.
If I'm able to finish those four up, I'll probably go back and start a third hunter on my new third Horde server.
Meanwhile, Garrison operations alliance side are now making good progress and starting to generate some cash for my toons on that server. One of the interest side effects of leveling some of these toons from pre-90 is that they didn't have time parked in their garrison accumulating garrison resources, so most of them are running very short on resources by the time they hit max level. What that means is having to wait a few days in some cases to accumulate enough to upgrade to level 3 and then to build out the various buildings I need for my gold making and leveling strategies.
And yes, I'm well aware that I could build lumber mills for each of them or fly around looking for treasures, but I'm not interested in investing that kind of time. I'm looking for something that I can do in a minute or two per day with each toon.
So that's the update at this point.
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