I’m looking forward to Suspiria, Mid90s, Wildlife and most of all First Man, i’ll definitely be going to see that one at the cinema. For his age Chazelle is a damn good and accomplished filmmaker. Mildly interested in Wildlife only because, like you, I saw the trailer and still don’t fucking know. I usually enjoy movies about people self-destructing and turning everything around them to shit, Legends Are Born In November A Loner Most Of The Time T-Shirt though. This looks like a really well-filmed example of that. We’ll see if Dano is as good at directing as he is at squealing wildly as he’s manhandled. They started in November and were 51 in December. Even assuming that’s Nov 1 to Dec 31 that could only reach 9 levels of rested xp if they were resting all the time, which obviously they weren’t.
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The sad fact is that pure grinding is the fastest way to level without doing any fancy shit like group cleaving, boosting, AOE leveling Yep knowing what quests to pick up/items to save for other quests speeds up is a huge help. When you can load up on quests in one town trip, go out and kill things for that quest and then return once to a town to turn in for a bunch of xp thats when questing is most effective. Also you’ll learn what quests to skip completely. Legends Are Born In November A Loner Most Of The Time T-Shirt Was on a low pop server as well, if you have no competition for mobs and are on Druid (zero downtime ever) then the XP never stops rolling in. Quest XP is pretty much non existence and is more about some bonus while you kill mobs (and of course variation and lore but those do not effect your XP gain). Quests also make you run from place to another a lot and using that time just killing mobs is way faster than doing quests.
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The problem is that a lot of people seem to avoid killing anything between running to quests. If you keep grinding between quests you will pretty much do what OP did while also getting a nice chunk of xp from turning in quests. It’s not like you have to stand still to fight mobs, unless you’re a mage I guess. So just run while killing stuff. Yes it will take longer to go from point A to B but since there just are not enough quests for all level ranges in vanilla, you will have to grind anyway. WoW originally was meant to be just mob grind game. Legends Are Born In November A Loner Most Of The Time T-Shirt Quests were introduced later on and because people thought they are fun, they added a lot more. But even with quests your major XP comes from killing mobs. That’s why many quests tell you to go kill some mobs and next quest tells you go back to that area to collect item or kill named mob. So you will end up killing same mobs again.