Updated Mon, Feb 25, 2008 by DarkFact
This would be the time to add something like Dark Age of Camelot did to their users, though. Once someone reached a maximum level, they were able to create alts at a pre-set level, skipping over most of the dullness of the early stages of the game to get right back into the game. With 80 levels available soon, would it not be convenient to be able to start a new character at level 20, 30 or even 40? there's still a long way to go from there, and I know many people don't even consider alts in the Burning Crusade simply because there's just so much work to do before having your alt viable for any good, updated content.