Demands of a Character

Demands of a Character

You’ll have to forgive me, I’m about to have a geek moment. Don’t worry, they aren’t contagious.
 
I’ve mentioned before that I play World of Warcraft. I’m on a role-play server, because I’ve been a role-player almost my entire life. (I think I started playing D&D before I was even 10.) Anyway, what I’ve always loved about these games was the creation and development of your character.
 
Recently, I have been forced to acknowledge the fact that my character has hit a wall. She can not develop past one of the fundamental aspects of her character. Which means, I should look at trying to find a way to get around it.

 
Which means, re-creating the character from level one. I would need to start as a different race and class. It’s not necessarily a bad thing.
 
But this is my only level sixty character. Until the expansion comes out, level sixty is the highest there is. And I won’t be able to play her if I leave the original version around, because I just don’t work that way. They’ve introduced paid character transfers, so I won’t have to delete the original character, but it’s still a hard pill to swallow. I will have to stop playing, at the very least for about 6 months, my only level sixty.
 
Not that it matters, I suppose. I’ll do it, because the requirements of the character are important enough to me to make the effort and the sacrifice.
 
Darn.
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