Hi, I’m Jim, and I’m an Altoholic

Hi, I’m Jim, and I’m an Altoholic. What’s that you ask? Here is the definition from the Urban Dictionary.

altoholic
When used in reference to MMORPG’s (Massive Multi-Player Online Role Playing Games), such as World of Warcraft or Everquest, refers to a person who creates many different characters, rather than just one or two. May also be used to refer to a player who creates characters on many different servers of the same game, where the experiences they see will often be different from each other.

I have been playing World of Warcraft for a long time. Years. I’ve had more toons than I can remember. I created many of these alts when I didn’t have the money to pay for my subscription, so I could only play them to level 20. I’ve probably deleted as many as I currently have. A few of the ones I currently have are other family members’. Ok, not many, but a few. Right now I have 44, the limit is 50 per account and 12 per realm.

Here’s the inventory:

  • Realms – 6:
    • Greymane-11
    • Whisperwind-11
    • Ghostlands-7
    • Staghelm-6
    • Dalaran-5
    • Dentarg-4
  • Races:
    • Humans – 32
    • Pandas – 7
    • Night Elf – 3
    • Goblin – 1
    • Worgen – 1
  • Gender:
    • Male – 38
    • Female – 6
  • Class:
    • Warrior – 7
    • Mage – 7
    • Monk – 6
    • Rogue – 6
    • Paladin – 4
    • Hunter – 3
    • Death Knight – 3
    • Priest – 2
    • Shaman – 2
    • Druid – 2
    • Warlock – 1
    • Demon Hunter – 1

As you can see, I like to play humans. My favorite classes are Warrior, Paladin and Rogue (I’m not sure why I have so many Mages). My characters range in level from 12 to 108. Max Level in Legion is 110. A few on this list are destined for the recycle bin.

Right now I’m going to go work on my level 66 Warrior on Dalaran. I don’t need help because I’m an altoholic. I need help getting Qbwentz out of Nagrand (aka NaGRIND) and up to level 110.

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