Before I started multiboxing, I remember that a lot of players kept getting stuck trying to get immo and/or 55. It was the reason I started boxing in the first place.
Now that almost everyone multiboxes and not everyone approaches the game like I do, I just wanted to gauge the interest in trains. I lead trains in other games and they are a lot of fun for me. The times I powerleveled in the past was just because I was just desperate to get into hells and beyond, but now I mostly play for the community aspect and the runs being fun by themselves.
For now, I would want to schedule one train on a weekend that does all the tags up to immo, then another train on another day for Sssithy, then cycle Desert, DB, Thids up to 55.
If this becomes successful, I can do a monthly thing where I can use my helper toons to lead a train every month up to hells.
Definitely worth a try I'd say, whilst I have access to more than one account myself I'm not very organised and often find myself levelling up one character at a time and then scrabbling around to try and find something to help it through some of the accomplishments with. Great to see you back
Just returning after a VERY long absence. I remember some of the runs and have a vague recollection of where some stuff is, that being said, I would be way keen on a scheduled trip through the 1-55 range for tag collection.
Well I am up to the level 15 tags now and it is slowly coming back to me, but man it took a while to try and remember where kobold reanimator was, then get to the campsite just before the port to him and couldn't remember how to get in, thought it was the cage for a while so ended up wandering around the campsite for 20 minutes before finding it by accident lol. Its actually a blast having a vague memory of the tag and then trying to figure it out.
wiki.hgweb.org/wiki/Accomplishments i use this page whenever i run lowbies, it gives you everything you need to run all the lowbie tags when combined with a good hg map, theres one on the forums but i dont remember where
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