WoW player hits 60 with Pandaren shaman, refuses to pick a faction

World of Warcraft

By on August 7, 2013 at 11:16 am

A very determined and/or stubborn World of Warcraft player has reached level 60 with their Pandaren shaman and still not left the starting island or picked a faction to side with.

The player, by the name of doubleagent, has been levelling his character very, very slowly since 2012. He refuses to play unless he has rested XP and is now only able to gain experience by herbalism and inscription.

You can check out doubleagent and his awesome level-three items over here at the WoW Armory.

Here’s a video of him wandering around the, er, Wandering Isle. You can also check out his battle.net thread for more.

Source: Massively

13 comments (Leave your own)

The south park WoW episode instantly came to mind when I read this.

 

notthatdoug,

LOL YES ! butchering those level 1 pigs

 

notthatdoug,

Gentlemen we are dealing with someone here who has absolutely no life.

 

How do you kill that which has no life?

 

notthatdoug,

Funnily enough the South Park WoW guy is used in an image in another article down the page :)

 

It is a tad presumptuous to say someone has no life period.

 

aeolusc,

shadap.

 

Wolfstar90,
Gentlemen we are dealing with someone here who has absolutely no life.

What is your definition of no life then?

 

aeolusc,

I’m pretty sure they’re just quoting the South Park episode “Make Love not Warcraft”, not necessarily that he has no life. I’m surprised nobody’s mentioned the Sword of a Thousand Truths yet. <_<

 

aeolusc:
It is a tad presumptuous to say someone has no life period.

kablekill: What is your definition of no life then?

You’ have to ask the South Park writers as they are the ones being quoted….

*edit … ahh vcatkiller is swift

 

Yeah I am out on that one I don’t watch South Park. Had enough after season 1.

 

aeolusc:
It is a tad presumptuous to say someone has no life period.

Yeah! Leave that for the people who got to level 80 WITHOUT KILLING ANYTHING, or the ones who got to 80 WITHOUT DOING ANY QUESTS OR KILLING ANYTHING.

 

I say good on him for being different and trying to play the game he wants to. He should not be forced to chose a side if he does not want to. I had some similar things but to a much lower extent leveling up some of my alts by just doing dailies and pvp with some probably gaining at least 30 or 40 levels without moving from the cities they were parked in to gain maximum rested bonus. To do this you did have to get to at least level 10 I think but after that you could just park them there and slowly level (but actually levels fast for your play time).
Those were the good old days but I do not play wow anymore as all my friends stopped playing too :(.

 
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