F*ck! Hard to decide, I hadn't thought of that yet. I suppose I'll begin leveling to 85 my gnome mage and draenei hunter, exploring the new zones, and then I'll start a worgen rogue.
I will probably get my spriest to 85 then work on my goblin shammy =D i cant wait to start leveling more alts its going to be awesome..
I'd level my dk and try some of the new raids then try the worgen and goblins.
man it's a no brain er going to lv to 85 as fast as possible, and work on my guild. goblin come leta after i'm set or on hold time.
Prolly try going for Realm first lvl 85 on my SP. Or any realm first actully.Im exited about how much money you always can make in the beginning. I remember selling 1 stack of Cobalt ores for 200g the first 2 days of Wotlk.
Worgen imo, I like the story better then Gobby
Both. When bored leveling one, go level the other! Worgen though, because ever since I first leveled my druid, I have wanted to play as a worgen. <3 Wolves.
lvl my warlock to 85 by then people will start moving to author zones with the new races and then start a wrogen mage
Hard to decide since this time even the low level content will be new.
Going to work on my mage, and hunter, then a Dwarf Shaman. I am enjoying the one I have in beta so much right now. I am not sure about a Worgen right now, they really did not grab me when I played through the starting zones, on the other hand my goblin I love. And since the game is changing so much in regards to quests and such, I think a lot of people might want to try starting a new alt.
That's a tough one...I think, though, that I'd probably get my Mage and Rogue to 85, then roll a Goblin and a Worgen to see what it's like.My biggest anticipation actually isn't so much the new races, but the new streamlined quests to make leveling faster, not to mention the talent changes as well. So I suppose I'll be rolling alts after getting my important toons to 85, but not necessarily the new races.(Blood Elf Warrior, for the win. Just saying.)
I won't level either of the new races, they honestly don't look too exciting. I'll probably kick things off by getting my druid to 85, buying the head and cape heirlooms, and then busting it out with my orc hunter.Busting skulls, that is.
Hunter to 85 --> Heriocs (if needed? 277 gear might do just fine in the starting raids..) --> Starting raids with the guild.Leveling alts can come when I'm not raiding.
Def going to level my 80's first... just a matter of which 80 to level first.
First I will definitely level my DK to 85, but I won't start raiding full force after that.THEN I will make a new Goblin Rogue, give him all the heirloom items I have already set aside JUST for this reason, and have a jolly old time playing him.IF I tire of the leveling grind, I'll hop back on my DK, get a guild and start running some raids.But raiding gets dull after a while, so I'll always have my goblin to trek through the distorted new world of Azeroth to get some new enthusiasm into my play experience.I'll also probably create a Worgen, but since I mainly play horde, it's likely gonna only be till the the second leveling zone, just to get the story for em.-Timboman2000
"(especially Goblins, because who doesn't love blowing stuff to smithereens?). " who doesnt? well, i guess old players dont. the lot of brats that play retadins and feel good about it will surely do. WoW its suposed to be a mythologic land, the goblins and gnomes are a cancer to the lore.
Im gonna get my DK and Mage to 85 and then start to deal with the matter of goblins/worgens...I want a british human! :D and a funny green person :D
I got first mage to 80 on my server when Wrath came out, so I'll probably try for first to 85 for Cataclysm.