OK, so #24 and #25 were quite a while ago, and were my boosted Outlaw Rogue, my third hunter and now a shiny new demon hunter. I was going to go ahead and finish up the demon hunter quest line on the alliance side as well, but I noticed that I actually hit 100 pretty far before finishing the storyline, so I figured I'd wait so I could use the starting area to get a head start towards 110 on him.
So rather than work on #27, #28 etc using the invasions, I'm actually using them to gear up some of the lesser geared alts. The goal is to have all 26 level 100's at a minimum ilvl of at least 660 by the time Legion releases. I may bump that up a bit at some point, because at least now, I'm showing really fast gains using the invasions. My lowest geared alt at the moment is at 626 and that's essentially with only working on this for a day since I was out on holiday all of last week.
So I may pick up and try to invasion my way through some levels on some toons at some point, but at least for now, I'm sticking with just gearing folks.
So here are some generally spoiler free thoughts on the invasions and Broken Shores questline. My first thought on the Broken Shores quest line was to wonder when George R. R. Martin started writing content for Blizzard. In general, I thought the story was pretty well done, although there were a few things that I was wondering (and I haven't finished the whole Harbinger series yet, so some of this may be expalined there). Main question in my mind was where was Khadgar?
Also, portions of the main scenario still seemed a bit glitchy to me, which was disappointing, but in general, it was a really nice way to get a feel for your new class layouts and abilities if you hadn't done so already.
The invasions have been fun so far as well. I'm a bit confused by the weapon drops and weapon upgrade items given that we'll all be replacing our weapons in a couple of weeks, but I guess that's okay. The invasions are also making me very happy that I finally splurged and bought top level flying for all my toons.
So that's it for now.
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