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WoW Classic 1-60 Record Using a Crazy Method, 81 Twinks!

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We have a real special one today, as a new and very specific method of speed leveling has resulted in a new record for assisted 1-60, clocking in at 19 hours and 10 minutes! You'll definitely want to hear about this particular record, however, as the method used was pretty crazy, and we get to check it out in full with a video.

While getting from 1-60 did take only 19 hours, the setup is very extreme and requires multiboxing... multiboxing 81(eighty-one) different characters to help with the leveling of the one going for the record. That's right, Maguno (Javy) multiboxed a staggering 13-16 characters at the same time to assist in tagging and taking down mobs in different level brackets. But that's not all, as all of those characters were somewhat well twinked, to be optimized for kill time on the mobs and not too much downtime for healing etc. Maguno leveled and twinked the 81 characters in self in preparation, and used some previously farmed Troll Necklaces and ZG coins to level faster at certain level intervals.

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The multibox aid starts at level 3, after he heads to Stormwind to pick up some gear for the levels ahead, and the start of the video is well worth watching for the details and the beginning of the multibox experience! The full journey has been sped up into 29 minutes so definitely also skip through and check out some of the multibox action.

While some might have a problem with this method of leveling, it's still pretty great that player are finding some strange and pretty extreme ways to beat whatever target they envision for themselves, and that's always a good thing. The sheer amount of  dedication and time spent (not to mention the actual setup fot he various level brackets, twink items etc.) is impressive, no matter what anyone thinks of the goal or result, so congratulations to Maguno (Javy) on executing his plan!

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3 hours ago, Grumar said:

"MuTibOxiNg iSN't PaY To wiN"

If he'd just got 81 people to help out, would the result be any different? No. It just removes the need to 81 other people to communicate do co-ordinate. 

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5 hours ago, Bobbis said:

If he'd just got 81 people to help out, would the result be any different? No. It just removes the need to 81 other people to communicate do co-ordinate. 

Which basically puts it in its own category. It's not a solo play effort when you have 81 accounts assisting.

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20 minutes ago, SidonisAntares said:

Which basically puts it in its own category. It's not a solo play effort when you have 81 accounts assisting.

From the first sentence of the article:
"resulted in a new record for assisted 1-60"

So, yea. It's not a solo record. Whether it should be counted in the assisted bracket I'd say yes.

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2 hours ago, Starym said:

From the first sentence of the article:
"resulted in a new record for assisted 1-60"

So, yea. It's not a solo record. Whether it should be counted in the assisted bracket I'd say yes.

Yeah, was basically trying to point out the person I was responding to had flawed logic in the response. 81 accounts x $15/mo = $1,215 + main account monthly cost if he got all the prep work and the run done inside of the same billing cycle. And of course people can do what they want with their money, but that's still paying to win in order to set a record that will be hard to beat.

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13 minutes ago, SidonisAntares said:

Yeah, was basically trying to point out the person I was responding to had flawed logic in the response. 81 accounts x $15/mo = $1,215 + main account monthly cost if he got all the prep work and the run done inside of the same billing cycle. And of course people can do what they want with their money, but that's still paying to win in order to set a record that will be hard to beat.

It's 16 accounts. 81 characters. Still plenty of money tho!

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5 hours ago, SidonisAntares said:

Which basically puts it in its own category. It's not a solo play effort when you have 81 accounts assisting.

Its not 81 accounts, u should read the first 30 seconds where i say 16 accounts total

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Thanks man, finally someone made a nice post about it, im really happy now, 🙂

Im still waiting for a response from wowhead, i would be very thankfull when they give me some credit, 🙂

Maguno (Javy) - Heartseeker

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Thanks for sharing.  That is the best use of Power Leveling 'Approach 4' & HyperSpawns that I have seen to date (we documented 'Approach 4' back in October 2019). I went ahead and linked to the video in our Multi-boxing Community's thread on "Boosting & Power Leveling" (and also linked to this thread to give you credit for making us aware of this video): 

https://www.dual-boxing.com/threads/56540-The-Boosting-and-Power-Leveling-summary-thread?p=432326#post432326

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most multiboxers, like myself, generate enough gold every month to buy game time tokens in the auction house and don't have to pay real money every month for game time!

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15 hours ago, SidonisAntares said:

Yeah, was basically trying to point out the person I was responding to had flawed logic in the response. 81 accounts x $15/mo = $1,215 + main account monthly cost if he got all the prep work and the run done inside of the same billing cycle. And of course people can do what they want with their money, but that's still paying to win in order to set a record that will be hard to beat.

You miss my point, the person isn't doing anything that say a popular streamer couldn't do by asking 16 or even 81 fans to help out. Given it is just 16 acc any mythic guild could do this and have people spare.

All you gain with multiboxing is the lack of that need to find 16 other people in this instance, meaning anyone can do it.

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On 9/28/2020 at 9:40 PM, ruizpauker5 said:

Thanks man, finally someone made a nice post about it, im really happy now, 🙂

Im still waiting for a response from wowhead, i would be very thankfull when they give me some credit, 🙂

Maguno (Javy) - Heartseeker

Hey, sorry for the late response. Yea most people get upset over it, don't think it has anything to do with you though, it's just frustration vper multiboxers in general mostly for PvP. I love these types of weird and extreme tasks people do in WoW so thank you for doing it!

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On 9/28/2020 at 3:09 AM, Bobbis said:

If he'd just got 81 people to help out, would the result be any different? No. It just removes the need to 81 other people to communicate do co-ordinate. 

so it makes it easier? IE pay to win.

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20 hours ago, Grumar said:

so it makes it easier? IE pay to win.

Easier since you need just yourself, but harder to set it all up and co ordinate. 

In the same regard, a streamer giving stuff away to 81 people / 16 people helping them out, would that count as p2w?

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38 minutes ago, Bobbis said:

Easier since you need just yourself, but harder to set it all up and co ordinate. 

In the same regard, a streamer giving stuff away to 81 people / 16 people helping them out, would that count as p2w?

there is literally nothing easier than setting things up and coordinating alone, it's when other people are involved and you have to rely on them all to show up when things get hard. how would that be pay to win either? no one is paying anyone in a streamer situation.

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3 hours ago, Grumar said:

there is literally nothing easier than setting things up and coordinating alone, it's when other people are involved and you have to rely on them all to show up when things get hard. how would that be pay to win either? no one is paying anyone in a streamer situation.

Give it a go, it's not as easy as you think even with some of the tools available, they take some work setting up. Comparing to classic where a guild needs 40 people to raid (kinda), getting 16 to co-ordinate shouldn't be a problem, similarly for retail, a half decent mythic raid guild. First part of the streamer side was them giving stuff away to people in return for help.

 

Either way this bickering solves nothing, whilst blizz get their money via tokens, multiboxxing will always be allowed. It's fine by their ToS, they've said it's fine a few times, nothing left to discuss.

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