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Greetings Gamers. This is Mewkow, your guide in treating a common gamer condition called Altitis.

As we settle into patch 7.3, it’s time to…focus? Again?
Strange as it sounds, the Legion expansion has really put an emphasis on focusing on one path, or alt.
With Artifact Knowledge automatically increasing every week, there is less of a need to grind out every alt’s Artifact Power.
Every alt gains access to the Netherlight Crucible and other Argus amenities once one character unlocks them, so multiple grinding isn’t needed.
Also, with the Crucible’s power being linked to Artifact Level, it is best to focus on only one weapon.
Even reputation pays to focus on, with the upgraded Argus Flight Whistle now being a toy that all alts can use once obtained.
And with account bound Unsullied gear drops sealing the deal, it really does pay to keep a main alt as your focus.
But there is something that still benefits from an army of alts, and that’s the endless Horsemen’s Reins runs.

If you have questions, tips, or want to discuss a topic further, find us on twitter at @altitisnet, and show notes can be found on our website, altitis.net
On behalf of the Alt Army, we hope you find this information useful in the treatment of your Altitis.
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Greetings Gamers. This is Mewkow, your guide in treating a common gamer condition called Altitis.

With 7.3 on it’s way, it’s time to…focus.
Details shared about patch 7.3 are shedding light on how alt friendly this patch will be.
In fact, you may be best served by focusing on your main characters for now.
Any characters you have above artifact knowledge 41 are the only ones that will benefit from Artifact Power grinding.
Any characters below artifact knowledge 41 will be automatically caught up to that level once the patch hits.
Any alts without all 3 slots open on their artifact weapons will find them unlocked at the same time.
Argus will also produce a new currency for catchup equipment, so grinding nethershards on alts will be fruitless at this point.
On top of all this, you only need to unlock the coming Argus content once on your main character, so all your alts can dive in right after.
This is one of those rare times that an active case of Altitis might waste more time than we’d like.

If you have questions, tips, or want to discuss a topic further, find us on twitter at @altitisnet, and show notes can be found on our website, altitis.net
On behalf of the Alt Army, we hope you find this information useful in the treatment of your Altitis.
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Greetings Gamers. This is Mewkow, your guide in treating a common gamer condition called Altitis.

Has your level grind gotten stale? Let’s Legion it up.
While the current timing of the Broken Isles Legion invasions is rather inconvenient, it is something to look forward to for alt leveling.
Six hours is plenty of time to finish these world quests, but the time until the next invasion will likely place it at an odd time of day.
Like a sneak peek of world quests to come at level 110, any alt leveling 100 to 110 can participate in these varied quests.
In addition to the experience granted for finishing each quest, many of them will also include an experience bonus.
Finishing every available invasion quest will often net you about a level’s worth of experience.
I do recommend you have Broken Isles flying for this however, as hoofing it will make this rather tedious.

If you have questions, tips, or want to discuss a topic further, find us on twitter at @altitisnet, and show notes can be found on our website, altitis.net
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Greetings Gamers. This is Mewkow, your guide in treating a common gamer condition called Altitis.

Having trouble finding those legendaries? Let’s game the system.
As of Patch 7.2 in Legion, the anti bad luck code for getting legendaries has been tweaked a bit.
The chance of getting that shiny orange texted treasure is now calculated on a per spec basis.
If your main spec seems tapped out on legendary luck, try setting your loot specialization to an off spec.
Of course, this works best if you already have the gear you want for your main spec, and off spec is gear compatible with your main spec.
Then again, maybe getting a shiny new legendary for your off spec might just lead you down a new main spec path of fun and excitement.

If you have questions, tips, or want to discuss a topic further, find us on twitter at @altitisnet, and show notes can be found on our website, altitis.net
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Greetings Gamers. This is Mewkow, your guide in treating a common gamer condition called Altitis.

Are your alts artifact power feeling a bit on the low side? Let’s try giving it a boost.
For those that have been focusing on a main character this expansion, your Artifact Power is probably pretty high due to Artifact Knowledge gains.
It’s that fun multiplier that makes the Artifact Power you find in the game go much further than before.
On your new alts however, you’re back down to what seems like grains of sand trying to fill a whole beach.
Your main character can share at least a bit of the Artifact Knowledge they’ve learned, though.
If you check the merchant section of your Artifact Researcher, you can purchase a catch up book that is at most 5 levels below your main character’s Artifact Knowledge level.
Once you use this catch up book, your alts only need to earn the last few levels on their own and they will be at equal footing.
Before you know it, all members of your max level Alt Army will feel just as powerful as your main, and ready to take on the new content.

If you have questions, tips, or want to discuss a topic further, find us on twitter at @altitisnet, and show notes can be found on our website, altitis.net
On behalf of the Alt Army, we hope you find this information useful in the treatment of your Altitis.
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Greetings Gamers. This is Mewkow, your guide in treating a common gamer condition called Altitis.

Now that we’re all settled in Legion, it’s time for our alts.
More than likely, you’ve been focusing on a main character up until now, due to how Legion has been designed.
You are more likely to spend time working on your alternate class specs, rather than alts, due to how your artifacts work.
However, with 7.1.5 out, and 7.2 coming, it’s time to start waking those alts up from storage.
If you haven’t already done so, it is highly recommended that you log each one of them in.
In order to accrue that useful rested experience buff, you need to have logged into them after Legion’s start.
In time, you should have a fully charged rested experience pool to get going on your latest Alt adventure.

If you have questions, tips, or want to discuss a topic further, find us on twitter at @altitisnet, and show notes can be found on our website, altitis.net
On behalf of the Alt Army, we hope you find this information useful in the treatment of your Altitis.
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Greetings Gamers. This is Mewkow, a resident expert on a common gamer condition called Altitis.

Timeless, and always relevant, we discuss…The Darkmoon Faire.
In it’s current iteration, the Faire seems almost made explicitly for alts.
Need a little boost in profession leveling? The Faire has you covered.
Collecting battle pets? The Faire has some unique ones for you to buy and earn.
Need an extra boost in leveling your alts? The carousel and Darkmoon Top Hat can help there.
While you have been busy on the island, you’ve been collecting Darkmoon tickets.
These tickets can purchase Heirlooms, Transmog items, pets, toys, and some extra flavor items.
Just be careful when exploring, I hear that fluffy little bunny is pretty killer.

If you have questions, tips, or want to discuss a topic further, find us on twitter at @altitisnet, and show notes can be found on altitis.net
On behalf of the Alt Army, we hope you find this information useful in the treatment of your Altitis.
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Greetings Gamers. This is Mewkow, a resident expert on a common gamer condition called Altitis.

With the Pre-Patch in full swing, let’s focus on…our Alts.
While there is already plenty to do with the 7.0 patch in play, alts are worth the focus.
If you still have any alts in that level 90 to 100 range, the experience needed has been greatly reduced, making the process faster than ever.
You should also give your various alts and their specs a full run through to see how you like them.
You might even find yourself switching your ‘main’ character to something new, due a total class overhaul.
And for those of us with multiples of a class; worry not.
Even though all specs are now open to us with the click of a button, the Legion artifact weapon you choose has a major impact.
Multiple class alts means multiple artifact quest lines to experience, just in time for the lore buffet to begin.

If you have questions, tips, or want to discuss a topic further, find us on twitter at @altitisnet, and show notes can be found on altitis.net
On behalf of the Alt Army, we hope you find this information useful in the treatment of your Altitis.
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Greetings Gamers. This is Mewkow, a resident expert on a common gamer condition called Altitis.

With Warlords of Draenor winding down, we gather gold from…the Garrison Inn.
If you aren’t logging into your army of garrisons to grind on your alts, you might be missing out on a way to make them useful for the future.
With the next expansion approaching, it is a good idea to start preparing yours alts for the journey ahead.
If you don’t mind a bit of dungeon and mission grinding, you can make a rather lucrative amount of gold with an inn.
Once you have you level 1 inn, you can go on special quests for caches of items and gold in dungeons.
These caches will also contain a bit of garrison resources and apexis crystals, useful for now, but not so much in Legion.
After upgrading to level 3, your inn will cause lucrative missions to appear in your mission table, often for several hundreds in gold.
Employ the services of the headhunter, who can give you a new follower every week with a gold multiplier, and you can easily earn thousands.
Now is the time to get ready. You wouldn’t want to show up at the Legion expansion copperless, because it may be the demons, not Illidan, explaining how YOU ARE NOT PREPARED.

If you have questions, tips, or want to discuss a topic further, find us on twitter at @altitisnet, and show notes can be found on altitis.net
On behalf of the Alt Army, we hope you find this information useful in the treatment of your Altitis.
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Greetings Gamers. This is Mewkow, a resident expert on a common gamer condition called Altitis.

Grinding levels on another alt? Why not tackle…the Gorgrond Trophies of Glory.
In a previous segment, I explained how Gorgrond was a great zone to grind when you are on the road to level 100.
In particular though, a meaty chunk of experience comes in the form of trophy collecting, specifically from larger game.
There are eight targets in total, all a fair harder challenge than your typical questing monster, but worth the effort.
You will find them making a sort of circle around Highpass on the map, and each one drops a quest starter that you want to hold on to.
First, there are the plant based monsters: Biolante and Fungal Praetorian.
After these, you’ll want to keep an eye on for Charl Doomwing and Roardan the Sky Terror, two flying Rylaks.
Crater Lord Igneous, Erosian the Violent, and Dessicus of the Dead Pools are more elemental based monsters, and have hard hits to prove it.
Finally, Khargax the Devourer will finish the round-up.
Once complete, head to your Garrison outpost in Gorgrond.
Here, you can finally activate all eight quests, and turn them in all at once.
This allows you to first pop an experience potion and the more potent elixir, and get an easy level of experience in the process.
Bring a friend to tackle these critters, and you’ll be done before these mini-bosses know what hit them.

If you have questions, tips, or want to discuss a topic further, find us on twitter at @altitisnet, and show notes can be found on altitis.net
On behalf of the Alt Army, we hope you find this information useful in the treatment of your Altitis.
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