Discussion in '40-49 Bracket' started by Emil28, Nov 10, 2012.
Hey guys, I was just wondering if this bracket is alive and if it's worth twinking in the bracket.
not alive on EU as far as I am concerned but I have a pair of 49 twinks on draenor EU. And I know about couple of others who have 49 aruond too..
but for the moment I am twinking at lvl 51
İ will start playing soon.cya.
http://www.twinkinfo.com/forums/f16/europes-first-level-50-raiding-pvp-guild-recruiting-42831/ if interested in some activity
I'm pretty active
With my warrior rogue and paladin at 49 !
How are you active? you can meet me somewhere for duels if you want
I have a full twinked warrior (view sig)
I'm working on a 49 rogue (48 and grinding gears and profs)
I'm working on a 49 shaman (spell/healing) (49 working on gear and profs)
Working on 50 priest to join the 50 raiding team (19 working on gear and profs)
I'm at goldshire alot with these chars.
All on bloodmoon eu server
ATM i'm leveling my 19 priest aswell as his profs. (springheals)
is Goldshire a crossserver place?
Sounds great. I am also working on a 50 priest. Then I have 49 rogue, 49 druid and 51 shaman, I considering lvling my rogue to 50 as it is there on ally and draenor already and doesn't have any grandfathered BiS stuff for lvl 49 anyway but for lvl 50 it has one. And it isn't really twinked out at 49 anyway.
My druid however has gf azzarite dagger, rune of the guard captain, tidal charm and some stuff. But also 2 gf bis lvl 50 items. So I am still thinking if I should lvl it or not. But probably better wait, because I am not sure feral tank druid or viable as 50 tanks anyway, although with great gear and lifeward.
We must make it alive!Use oqueue.We must try (wiglles)
Stop necroing 2 year old threads please. Also, if you want to do 49 twinking, come to the Molten WoW private server, we accept EU and US players.
hey wiggles.. a paladin if I remember correct?
I've got a shaman at this level as well.
And hey Andraklas, I don't think I've seen you at the level 50 EU raids, how come you weren't there?
Sorry for the late answer I just saw this now (because of post above me bumped this post up)
And I Was certainly there and one of the founders of the first EU lvl 50 raids in 2012. I was the one who inspired it to start on EU realms infact, and probably the first 51 twink on EU as well.
I wasn't playing wow when you and aelobin did like a few months raid rush with legacy? I joined wow a few months later and saw what i missed out on, very unfortnate.. since then i had actually started something on my own, with a guild on Draenor alliance . and we did a few AQ10 full clear, actually last boss with just 7 people and nobody dying.. (actually it isn't so difficult) And we also did a few wsg wargames xp-off only lvl 50s with alliance 50 twinks@eu..
I started a guild on outland and ravencrest as well which are still out there.. but I dropped it for now due to irl priorities, studies,work,family etc.
The 50 bracket isn't auto branding itself (like 60 and 70 for example due to end-expansion lvls, epic sets, legendaries etc.) and the 50 bracket is still hidden and unknown for the vast majority of the wow players.. which makes recruiting a certain necesity for the bracket to get and sustain numbers of active players.
A lot of time which I don't have enough of.
Will there however, someday, appear a natural interest and foundation for lvl 50 twink activity. I will definately be more than happy to join up as a casual but also commited player in the bracket.
PS: You might actually already know all this since it is over a year since you posted that question, but again now I am sure and it is out there for everyone to see as well. I hope it gave an idea of the state of the 50 bracket on EU till now.
Uh I think we spoke in game actually, don't I have you added to BattleTag? xD
Recruitment didn't work at all on my realm even when we were still progressing, no interest at all. Now it's even harder cause no one belives in clearing anything anymore.
whats the most alive bracket?
20-29 Bracket on EU, 19 and 20-29 on US
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