This time, more than any other expansion, I find myself torn about what to do with all of my various alts. I hit 110 last week on my druid, my 5th max level character of this expansion. Rather than the normal excitement, I find myself confused about what to do next.
In previous expansions, I might start running dungeons and possibly even work on getting a particular character into LFR, but my play schedule doesn't really work for running multiple characters through LFR multiple times, so I'm pretty much doing the raid tourism on my main and that's it.
The other characters I'm contenting myself with regular world quests and emissary boxes. Normally on my druid, I would heal. It's what I've done with that toon since Wrath. So I'm sitting there with a Resto artifact weapon and bags full of tokens that I can use to quickly power that weapon up. And they are sitting there.
Because powering up my resto artifact is pretty much useless for getting world quests done. And that's what is creating the angst and the uncertainty on both my druid and my paladin. Because the artifact weapon that I would rather have powered up for world quests is not necessarily the same one that I'd want powered up for raiding if I chose to do it.
I should probably just content myself with the fact that any raid content that I'm going to see is going to be on either the warlock or hunter and just power up world quest machines on the other toons. But it's causing me a lot of angst.
Next up for me is the demon hunter. I'm leveling him as vengeance, because I've generally enjoyed tanking specs while leveling this expansion, and at least so far, the demon hunter is no different.
After that, it's going to be the priest, and then the monk.
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