Made it to Azteca
After polishing off Morganthe, it didn’t take long to whiz through the final dungeon of Avalon and complete the little Marleybone adventure that gets you the next spiral key, enabling you to enter Azteca.
Having finally figured out how to get two accounts open on one computer*, I’ve been pairing Rylee (level 83 Life) and Morgan (level 84 Death) pretty constantly. When I had to use two computers, I tended to have each of them do the minor quests alone and just put them together for the particularly tough dungeons. But lately I’ve had them racing around on Rylee’s dual mount, completing the same quests at the same time. Makes everything move along a little faster — especially those pesky “collect” quests. And it makes it really easy to scoot through these harder worlds.
I’ve just done a couple of the first quests on Azteca so I’ve only seen a small portion but I’m enjoying the “look” and the interesting creatures –especially the NPCs– roaming around. I’m especially pleased that most of it so far is sunny and bright. I’ve not fought any bosses, but the minions so far are in line with the strength of the mobs in the second half of Avalon, which often seems to be the case.
I haven’t run into any commentary about particularly tough dungeons here (like, I knew the Jabberwock was coming long before I got there…) but I also haven’t researched to see if there are any tricky ones here. Mostly it doesn’t seem like people chatter about the toughness of Azteca as much as some of the other worlds, so I’m hopeful this is going to be a straightforward ride for a change.
I’d REALLY like to get a couple of wizards leveled all the way up, but I’m also pretty tired of slogging and definitely weary of everything getting harder. It feels kind of good, I guess, to get past some of the tricky ones by doing research and going in ready for the tomfoolery, but at the same time I’ve kind of tired of having to figure all this stuff out and work so hard at it.. Anyway, fingers crossed Azteca isn’t going to start seeming impossible — and working with two accounts at once definitely helps.
*Neither of my computers will let me use “open program” from any location to open it twice, so for a long time I’d open one account on one computer and sit kind of sideways with the other one in my lap, opened to another account. Finally figured out I could open two by pinning the program to the task bar. For some reason I don’t get the “program already running” message when I click on the game icon in the task bar so I can log into one, then click again and log into another. I’ve run into someone who says he opens three at once, but on my screen I’d have to do so much toggling back and forth it wouldn’t be worth it for me. My computer won’t let me size the screens other than the maximum and minimum settings that come with the game so I can’t get them small enough to see three at once –in fact I have to toggle back and forth to work with two….
Posted on January 7, 2016, in Two Account Advantage, Uncategorized, Wizard 101, Wizard 101 basics and tagged Wizard 101 Basics, Wizard101, Wizard101 Azteca, wizard101 two accounts. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.