According tomedia PC Gamer, a World of Warcraft player whose Twitter ID is Des Mephisto has achieved an uncommon achievement – he has a total of 49 full -class (120-level) warrior characters. In fact, in the World of Warcraft game, each player account can only have a maximum of 50 characters, DesMephisto has reached this limit.
PC Gamer said Des Mephisto holds the world record for World of Warcraft: he set a world record by training a character from 20 to 120 in 18 hours, 29 minutes and 42 seconds. On top of that, he has some unofficial records: his Alpha test suit for the 9.0 version of “Shadow Land” reached full level in just 12 hours.
In addition, DesMephisto has a record of “the longest World of Warcraft live” to be confirmed by Guinness World Records: last month DesMephisto challenged a 36-hour Live World of Warcraft broadcast on the Twitch live platform.
Des Mephisto’s main name is a undead warrior named Juggalo, with a lot of game achievements
In des Mephisto’s personal Twitter profile, he confessed that he was autistic, and his 36-hour extra-long live broadcast in April was actually a charity event designed to help other autistic people.
“For a player like me with autism, I wouldn’t have been able to get to where I am today if it wasn’t for World of Warcraft. Des Mephisto said in an interview.