I just got my druid to level 68 and moved her to Northrend in the Borean Tundra. Her inscription is now at 361 and I plan to do a few round wandering around the area to do some gathering. Although I predict the next few days to be somewhat busy, I’m hoping that this weekend I’ll be able to get her to Dragonblight as well as some green gear.
I must admit that the two heirloom pieces have been a tremendous boon. While I cannot enchant them, the fact that I never have to deal with picking up chest nor shoulder pieces is great. Not to mention that accelerated leveling from the 25% experience bonus (including my guild’s +5% bonus).
Since I’m no longer free these days, it’ll take me a little longer to level her up. Perhaps two weeks. But pretty much my focus will be completely on her. The end goal is to get her to 85 as soon as possible so I can work on the highest inscription capabilities. That in itself means creating relics and the epic trinkets. Also, my other goal is to have someone dedicated to obtaining volatile life.
On a side note, I found it interesting that my hunter was able to sell off his old leatherworking materials. I didn’t earn as much gold as I would’ve during the Wrath of the Lich King patch, but it was nice to clear some room and make some change.
Of course, I can’t wait until my shaman and warlock hit high numbers for their levels so I can dominate the professions market. That’ll come in due time once my druid caps at 85 🙂