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Cigaroa
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#1 - 2012/10/03 09:18:00 PM
I was wondering if I am the only person who moves on to a new zone instantly after dinging.

I am running around in kun-lai summit and I see a ton of level 88 running around, and its odd to me because I know I would already be in the next zone if I had dinged.

I am legitimately interested to see how many people fully exhaust the zones and do every single quest there until it is complete.

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#3 - 2012/10/03 09:27:00 PM
I was wondering if I am the only person who moves on to a new zone instantly after dinging.

I am running around in kun-lai summit and I see a ton of level 88 running around, and its odd to me because I know I would already be in the next zone if I had dinged.

I am legitimately interested to see how many people fully exhaust the zones and do every single quest there until it is complete.


I'm sure others do as well, but I tend to want to "finish" a zone before moving on. At least, that's the way of it the first time through. After that, I may be more flexible with how I go through.

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#74 - 2012/10/04 12:35:00 AM
I was wondering if I am the only person who moves on to a new zone instantly after dinging.

I am running around in kun-lai summit and I see a ton of level 88 running around, and its odd to me because I know I would already be in the next zone if I had dinged.

I am legitimately interested to see how many people fully exhaust the zones and do every single quest there until it is complete.


I'm sure others do as well, but I tend to want to "finish" a zone before moving on. At least, that's the way of it the first time through. After that, I may be more flexible with how I go through.


I'm similar, at least when it comes to new content. I'm not in a huge hurry to hit level cap, and I like to actually read the quest text, explore the world, and enjoy the leveling process for what it has to offer.

Now, when leveling alts? That's a different story. I hop zones as soon as the quests turn green. Sometimes sooner, especially if the zone isn't a favorite. This is all assuming that I've seen those quest lines at some point in the past, of course.

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#86 - 2012/10/04 01:34:00 AM
I'm similar, at least when it comes to new content. I'm not in a huge hurry to hit level cap, and I like to actually read the quest text, explore the world, and enjoy the leveling process for what it has to offer.

Now, when leveling alts? That's a different story. I hop zones as soon as the quests turn green. Sometimes sooner, especially if the zone isn't a favorite. This is all assuming that I've seen those quest lines at some point in the past, of course.

I do the exact opposite.

I race through on my main but take my time to enjoy the scenery and the lore on my alts.


I think I'd do the same, but I really like my first experience of a zone to have the full impact. If I rush through, I feel like I've already spoiled it a bit for myself, even if I don't take the time to read quests and poke around.

Not that there's anything inherently wrong with rushing. It feels good to be ahead of the curve too.