That's really cool. Always interesting to hear about people with goals other than raiding in Classic.
The saddest part is that he already quitted the game once, after all this grind, the burn out will be real and he will quit the game again.This is what happened with a lot of other r14 and scarab lords.
Grand Marshal was the thing back in Vanilla WoW. Right now you are better off practising arena and getting the Duelist + as a goal. But if it's your first time of getting high rank in battlegrounds and playing Classic first time I do get the hype.Seasonable Glad has more value then Grand Marshal achievement in terms of getting good at pvp. Rival >= Grand Marshal.
I saw a rank 10 lv. 53 in AV a few months ago
Right on man! great job!
The salt is unreal, some people truly are sad creatures.Gz to the guy, though, but now do try to keep a bit more healthy lifestyle. Please?
I'm not even a fan of Classic, even as someone who played through Vanilla back in the day. But I applaud this feat, as it sounds like an insanely long process. Good job, dude.
Can't help but to notice a server isn't listed anywhere. I admit this is impressive, but I suspect it is a dead classic realm.
Congratulations, he did it his own way. :)Don't burn out, though. Take a break!
It's not like there's tons of news getting posted specifically to classic, people complaining about this need a reality check.
Not at all into PvP (haven't had one encounter or BG since starting Classic), but I will say: great job! What an accomplishment. :)
As a rank 14 player, it is actually easier to get at level 59. You're a twink. The pool of players to fight against is small. You have an epic mount at 59. It's easier when you dodge the real PvP scene and all the players with gear at 60 as a 59. You're able to wear raid gear that is substantially better than anything else a 59 can get instead of being balanced with a 60. In all honesty, after going through the grind myself, it feels like 59's are just dodging the real grind.
Phrasing with "i was forced to do something" is kinda missleading, as you knew for around 15 years what it takes and still insisted on doing so. But yeah if this is what makes you happy...