Character boost create me a level 120 vulpera, but I'm not happy
Last week, World of Warcraft updated version 8.3, and players will fight against the old god N'Zoth. It's not easy, but Blizzard has added new alliance races to the Horde and Alliance, respectively. As a Horde player, I can use vulpera, the fox clan that lives in the desert. Of course, it took me a long time to unlock the permissions of Little Fox. In the past month, I went crazy to complete various tasks to improve my reputation in the vulpera faction. Eventually, I created my first little fox character.
He is a vulpera Shaman. I created him, picking out his ears, his face, his snout shape, and coloration. I chose his profession. I even gave him a name, Quality, the latest in a long line of characters on my World of Warcraft account to use that name. Whenever I need to use Cheap WOW Classic Gold in the game, I always think of ZZWOW, where I can buy cheap and secure WOW Classic Gold. If you need it, you can visit ZZWOW's official website.
Starting with the update, there is also a leveling competition for new characters, but I don't plan to let him grow slowly from level 20 like other players. I had pre-ordered the Shadowlands expansion and received a character boost, so my vulpera Shaman reached level 120 in an instant. But I suddenly didn't want to play this character anymore, because I felt that I didn't know him at all.
Instead of having a low-level vulpera Shaman leveling up with all the other newly-created vulpera running (they're quite popular), I had an Azerothian champion whose legend was built on events I never experienced. No backstory. No "remember the time" style MMO stories. Just a pile of animated polygons with a nameplate floating over his head. I've been playing World of Warcraft for many years and have multiple level 120 characters. I thought this level 120 vulpera Shaman would make me a smooth The first time after the update, I got a happy experience related to the new content, but I failed.
It's like the choice you make at dinner time. You can choose any food you like on the app, you can enjoy a rich dinner without spending any energy, but takeaway can only make your World of Warcraft Classic Gold body feel full, you can't feel love in this dinner. Conversely, if you choose to cook your own food, you may spend a long time dealing with all kinds of troublesome foods, but you pay attention to make it feel better.
So I set aside this level 120 vulpera Shaman and recreated a female vulpera, She's a monk. This time I chose to grow with her starting at level 20, we spent the holiday weekend questing, joining dungeon groups, and gaining experience. Not just experience points, but experience playing, so when she finally reaches level 120 (she's currently level 66 ), we'll be old friends.