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kind of new to the game but what is the difference between the 2? i'm on us west ladder and i keep hearing about the ladder reset which will mean i will lose my character and stuff?
if i play non ladder and they do a ladder reset will my character and stuff still be there because if that's the case i'll just do non ladder because i don't want my hardwork to get tooken away from me
thanks for the info
Ladder and non ladder are the same except for items. There are some items available on ladder which are not available on non ladder. When the ladder gets reset, everyone starts out with nothing again. You have to start at level 1 and then the race is on. That means that people will compete to get to the top of the ladder (level 99) first. Last time, Blizz gave away some prizes for the first to reach level 99 on each realm.
After a ladder rest, your characters which used to be on ladder are still there, and their items are still there, and they are the same level as before, but they are now non ladder. They cannot be placed on ladder again. You lose nothing.
The only advantage, if you're not aiming for level 99, is the items that are available, like some runewords. I always play ladder because there is really no reason not to.
Are you playing LOD or Classic?
i'm playing classic and have a level 62 sorc and have a bunch of nice ''noob'' uniques such as gulls, RCs, and GS.
my real question was will i lose all my hardwork in getting to that level and those items once ladder gets reset? or do i get to keep that stuff and my character only that they become non ladder once they reset?
when ladder rest,, all the items you found and your lvl 62 sorc will still be there,, you will not lose anything but the ladder title, you will be placed in the non ladder group with all you items and your sorc,, but if you want to go back to ladder then you will have to start at lvl 1 agian..
hope this helps..
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