Warcraft validating version
While in truth it's just a subtle joke, he sees it as Blizzard finally validating the way he chooses to play its game.Like Star Wars fans lamenting that there's no middle ground between the light and dark sides of the force, Doubleagent has sat awkwardly between the Horde and Alliance.Once they level up enough, they're forced to choose a side to continue their journey. He's World of Warcraft's first and only conscientious objector—a neutral pandaren shaman who spends his time picking flowers and mining rocks instead of fighting and killing.And, amazingly, after roughly 8000 hours of doing just that, Doubleagent has reached the maximum level of 110. Sitting precariously on the back of the colossal turtle, it drifts from place to place across the seas of Azeroth. As one of the starter zones in World of Warcraft, new pandaren characters begin their journey here before flying off to join either the Horde or the Alliance in neverending war. has seen thousands of players level up and leave their homeland behind, but not him.
Since most headwear is acquired in higher level zones, it's the only hat Johnnie can acquire while staying on the island.With the release of Legion in August, order halls gave each class a place to call home in-between excursions to save Azeroth from the demon invasions.When the first monks stepped foot inside of their revamped version of the Wandering Isle during Legion's beta, they found an NPC named wandering around gathering herbs and ores wearing the same gear as Doubleagent."People were putting in [support] tickets and reporting me," he says.
"I think they assumed I had gotten to the island in some way.Characters can choose two primary professions that can focus on producing items, such as tailoring, blacksmithing or jewelcrafting or on gathering from resource nodes, such as skinning or mining.