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You make your time leveling in BfA a bit easier if you have decent legendaries and gear, so that's a plus. Can also learn more about your chosen class since the changes.

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1. Practice

Since leveling to 120 won't add any new spells and talents, you have this time to adjust. You shouldn't just use the talents recommended by the Guides, but also try other talent builds. Blizzard can kill your spec & talent builds like George R. R. Martin does with Game of Thrones characters.

2. Guild Trails

Since a new expansion is coming out, new and returning players will want to join M+ or Raid groups. This is a great time to join groups and get used to their teamwork tempo.

3. Find new stuff

Did you dislike Legion PvP cause those Rogues are oneshotting you due to their unbalanced legendaries, or people vastly out-gear you, or you didn't have enough Honor level for those talents?

"Times change" - Garrosh

Even with 200ms I still like PvP when it is 1v1.
After the stat squish it is possible to kill level 110s using a level 100 character.

 

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29 minutes ago, Archimage said:

2. Guild Trails

Since a new expansion is coming out, new and returning players will want to join M+ or Raid groups. This is a great time to join groups and get used to their teamwork tempo.

A note on this as well, it's a great time to fill your communities with good players that you like. Means you'll have a roster of potential people to play with if guildies aren't on or your server is quiet.

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Just my two cents: Beside fun-factor...no, there is no rewarding-point running mythic + and raids. What Blainie said it's true, better gear helps starting in new zones. But i wouldn't overrate this, usually you gonna replace your gear during lvling till maxlevel, even if you raided mythic content. To be honest: I didn't check this in BFA, i just did a few lvl on PTR and were just replacing my stuff with azerit-pieces.

1. Practice : Yes, but i think there is enough time to practice during lvling. I just prepared my GUI (WeakAuras, TellMeWhen) and tried to get into new rotation. But for this, I don't need to run any content 🙂

2. Guild Trails: Good point...if you don't already have a one. 

3. Find new stuff: True, you can push your Honor-Level, I heard there is a good looking mount if you reach level 500

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