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Characters and "Main Character"

In terms of level spread, the majority of respondents (70%) said that they had one character that was significantly higher in level than their other characters. There were no age or gender differences in this response. And overall, 68% of respondents had at least one max level character. There was a mild age trend where players in the 23-28 age group were most likely to have a max level character and those at the two ends were less likely to do so. Surprisingly, female players were also more likely then male players to have at least one max level character across all age groups.

In terms of time distribution among characters, most players played more than one character in the past month. Only 17% of players had only one active character in the past month. On the other hand, 76% of respondents noted that they have a character that they devoted over 75% of their playing time toward in the past month.

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