One of the great benefits of an MMORPG game is player choice, and occasionally a World of Warcraft player really streches that autonomy. One such plucky adventurer had managed to get to level 50 without leaving their first area, a feat that’s taken more than a little dedication, and a few worms.
Nobb the Goblin has yet to venture away from Kezan, the island home for goblins in the fantasy game. Instead, they’ve been grinding away on the creatures and encounters that exist there, gradually building towards the big 5-0. It started with tunneling worms, a good 5,000 of those to reach level 20, then another 10 from the banked experience you’re allowed without subbing.
Once he subbed, he started using alts to complete dailies that impacted the whole account, slowly feeding Nobb points to help him. Goblins become Horde once you finish the main questline in Kezan, and without doing that Nobb isn’t able to enter dungeons or PvP or anything like that. This is the only effective method of still gaining experience points, and now that Nobb’s at level 50, gains from everything, even dailies, is severe diminishing returns.