During the long grind, he was also lucky enough to get the mount project for Scepter of Azj’Aqir, although considering he was going for the sword at the time, he wasn’t exactly happy about it!
Solving that the project for Scimitar of the Sirocco, he has now collected all usable one-handed sword transmogs! Having already leveled an ungodly number of characters and collected so many mounts, plate, and weapon appearances, what will be the next challenge to take on before Shadowlands arrives?
DesMephisto is well known at this point for many achievements, collecting all plate transmog appearances in the game, leveling 60 characters to max level, setting multiple speed leveling records, and being a major contributor to Azeroth Auto Pilot, all while promoting charity in support of mental health organizations such as the Joyful Heart Foundation, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, and the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network. While certainly not the only speed leveler in WoW, his dedication to streaming and frequent charity events have garnered a lot of attention on Reddit, Discord, and other online communities, including an interview with PC Gamer, streaming WoW for 36 hours for inclusion in the Guinness Book of World Records, and the leveling expert recently gave his opinions on the new Heirloom changes coming in Shadowlands.
Last month he raised $3,365 for the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and $6,000 for the Joyful Heart Foundation, all while giving away epic prizes such as Shadowlands Epic Editions. DesMephisto has dedicated to continuing his support for charity with more goals and giveaways all the way up until Shadowlands launches, so if you’d like to join in, show your love of Warcraft, and help support mental health, make sure to check out his stream below!