You know when you get that feeling when you really want to start from scratch and just level a character without the assistance of heirlooms and gold boosts? Yep I have it.
I really want to level a new Worgen, either a Druid or a Warlock, but its that choice between finishing other alts who were created first, and who would actually benefit my account as a whole vs having a fresh new alt to play around with.
My hunter is level 68, and is my Engineer and was aiming to be ready to make the Pierre pet and all the other lovely things that engineers are getting in the next patch. So technically I should level her and be waiting in the wings with materials ready. On the other hand, there is my lovely Night Elf priest who has just hit level 89 thanks to winning some pvp pet battles the other day, so only 1 more level with her and I can hit LFR's and have a top level enchanter/tailor too. On the other other hand/paw, I never have enough time to completely finish all my tasks on my Deathknight; Complete any LFR, all my pet battle dailies, finish professions, finish brawlers guild, kill world bosses, primal egg grind, actually levelling my companion pets.... I shouldn't even be considering a new alt! But here I am, checking hair styles and thinking of names.
I can't be alone in this struggle for time sharing between characters. How do you guys cope with multiple alts and juggling between them to keep up to date with gear, reputation grinds, recipes or just current content in general?
Obviously my work schedule has taken alot of my time up recently, and clearly thats a big factor in this, but WoW isn't 100% aimed at those who sit day in day out playing, or so they claim ;) Prioritising is the key, but when you have that I WANT A NEW ALT feeling, it's very hard to shake it off!