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    by Published on 10-01-2018 04:40 PM     Number of Views: 1057 

    Most of the classes bring a little something to a multiboxing team. Mages are probably the best with their ability to port the team everywhere, but priests bring levitation to let you jump down without wasting gliders, death knights and their water walking are useful in river and swamp heavy zones, and of course warlocks and shaman can give the team great wipe recovery. Until this week I never thought of druids as especially useful, but all that has changed.



    I own the two person rocket mount (and the three person vendor mounts as well, although I never use them for carrying myself around) and as I started this dual-boxing team, made up of my usually-main priest and my second account enchanting alt, I found myself really unexcited about the rocket on the ground. It's fine in the air but I dislike how it moves greasily sliding over hills and roads. I decided to just do regular mount + travel form, but as I was trying out different of my favorite mounts (what about the zhevra? I haven't used it in years! or maybe the rarest mount I own, the funny looking green strider) I accidentally hovered over my second toon and I realized--you can ride a druid! The druid is my favorite kind of mount, beautiful, beautiful moving, and INSTANT CAST.



    So far this is my favorite (multiboxing) thing in the expansion. You can even use the wild charge talent to get a tiny speed boost and not dismount your other toon! Have you discovered any convenient class-related tricks lately?


    Interested in trying ISBoxer? Use my referral link or the code #6653-luxblog and we both get some extra time if you decide to sign up!

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    by Published on 11-15-2014 06:26 PM

    This is another repost from my short-lived "Multibucks" multiboxing for gold blog from 2012. I'm reposting anything semi-useful before I pull that site down. Some of the information still applies, some does not.

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    Measure twice, cut once! In multiboxing, as in so many things in life, you can make your experience much more enjoyable with a little bit of planning. These are the things you should consider before you start. Before you send a single recruit email or start looking for software, you have a few things to think about.


    1) How many accounts do I need to do what I want to do?


    We talked about some of the ways that multiboxing can help you make gold in my previous post. Many of these methods require a full group of four or five accounts. Some do not. Examples: If you want a lot of alts, RAF works just as well with two or three accounts as with five. Two accounts lets you take advantage of many of the perks of multiboxing, ...
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