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Hi, I'm Gary, and I'm an altoholic (altaholic?). I have 263 alts at the present time, after deleting around 50. Every one has a bio because I don't enjoy playing the game unless I know who I'm playing. My average level where I stop playing an alt is around 17 (yes, I track all my alts on a spreadsheet with graphs, what a nerd). A small part of the spreadsheet is shown below. Its actually handy for deciding an unused power combination for a new toon. Usually I choose who to play to suit whatever mood I'm in at the time and take them on up. I only have 8 50's, and only 30 or 40 that make it into the 30's. The number of 50's will go up somewhat because I've decided to have at least one 50 from each AT and I have 4 ATs to go. I'm not asking for a cure, I love the game and the way I play it suits me. I like to solo or do two or three person team ups. Big run and gun groups aren't fun for me. I'm just wondering how many other people out there spend as much time working on new toons as I do? Thanks for listening, and thanks in advance for sharing.
Do you suffer from chronic altitis? Do you have so many characters you can't keep them straight any more? You need help, my friend - help tracking all those characters! The Character Tracker is a Windows program I put together as my diaspora of characters spread across different games. It's handy for keeping track of builds or associated web pages (like a Virtueverse page, or perhaps a Field Trainer link when it's done), taking down notes, or writing character bios while outside the game. Track all of your characters, with a biography preview window, a field for notes, and the ability to launch a URL or external file associated with each one! Add multiple games to the program and launch them directly. You also have control over how the biography preview looks for each game. Get it here: CharacterTracker_20200322.zip Some screenshots of what it does: Character management: Game management: