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One Demon Hunter Per Realm Limit Lifted in Shadowlands Pre-Patch

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Demon Hunters will start at a low level in Shadowlands which is why Blizzard decided to lift the one Demon Hunter per server restriction in the 9.0.1 pre-patch that was in place since Legion.

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@WatcherDev @WarcraftDevs Any chance of removing the limit of 1 Demon Hunter per server?

Our plan is to remove the one-Demon-Hunter-per-realm restriction with the Shadowlands Pre-patch, since that is the point at which Demon Hunters will no longer start at a very high level.

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I would be curious to know other peoples' opinion about the Demon Hunter being broadened to more races. How far can the lore stretch? For instance, on Horde, I could see Darkspear and Zandalari easily being trained in such ways. For Alliance, perhaps Humans?

 

Basically what I'm saying is I want a Zandalari Demon Hunter ?

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Why would you need more than 1 Demon Hunter on a server? My only problem is that Blizzard is limiting us to only 50 characters per ACCOUNT!  I have 4 servers - 1 of each class (12) - 2 bank toons on 4 servers. When will they lift this restriction for altaholics?! (In case anyone wants to judge...I am stuck at home and disabled and this is my mental health game.)

 

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Why would you need more than 1 Demon Hunter on a server? 

Many Horde would have made an Alliance Demon Hunter on their server in order to unlock the Alliance sides allied races for example, and vice versa for Alliance making Horde Demon Hunters.

Then you're left with a character that maybe you do enjoy playing a lot but hate playing that opposite faction than you're used too.

 

 

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