World of Warcraft Player Plays 36 Accounts at one Time!
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This is just crazy. WoW player goes by the name of Bradster has 36 World of Warcraft accounts and plays them all at the same time just so he can raid by himself and doesn’t have deal with other people.
To do this he uses 11 computers and a few mods. (Thats more computers in front of him then in my whole house.)
Right now Bradster is spending $5711 per a year to raid. He says when the new World of Warcraft expansion pack comes out “Wrath of the Lich King,” he will be buying 36 copies day one. Thats around $1500.
Here is a picture of his setup.
Below is some of what he said in a forum post:
32 of my shaman are level 61. One shaman that I had before I started the 32 is at level 70 along with 8 other level 70 classes that I had. My mage, priest and druid are in the center of the circle of shaman in the pictures but they are kind of hard to see. I’ve also got some mages and priests that I’m currently working on that are level 23. Once they are at level 31.9, I will stop working on them, get 16 of them to level 60 with the recruit-a-friend bonus levels and work on the shaman again.
By the way, I have 9 level 80 shaman created on the Murmur PvP realm in the Wrath of the Lich King beta. I mainly tried it out to see how well my computers would work as they are. With the exception of one my desktop computers, I should be fine with the hardware that I have.
I use 3 addons in the game. CT_MapMod is used to give me locations for quests, etc. ClassIcons is another addon that I use to show the class of the target. It helps for PvP encounters. Then the last addon I use is SSPVP2 which is excellent for displaying timers and other things while in the battlegrounds.
For my keys to send to all instances of WoW on my 11 computers, I use Octopus 1.3.2. Maximizer in Octopus allows me to start up all WoW instances at the same time or any individual instance such as if a WoW instance has crashed. It also allows me to shutdown all of the computers at the same time.
Tags: Crazy, games, World of Warcraft, WoW
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