With all the free information available online, for World of Warcraft players, why on earth would anyone want to spend their hard earned money on a World of Warcraft Leveling Guide?
I know that such a guide would probably make an extremely good gift for a WoW player, after all most of them have little or no interests outside the game. Having done some research into this, I can say quite definitely, that the fantasy world players inhabit, and the characters which they have created, are all that the majority of World of Warcraft players are really interested in. Their families must feel that a World of Warcraft Leveling Guide is the ultimate gift for these game enthusiasts. I hesitate to say what partners or friends feel about buying such a gift, as most players do seem to be lone rangers, not the most sociable type.
As leveling as fast as possible to buy ones epic mount, is most players goal, here are just a few tips for those whose family or friends have failed to give them the Ultimate World of Warcraft Guide. To make life easier, it’s possible to download add-ons, but make sure that they do not violate the terms of service and get your account banned.
Rather than going backwards and forwards to profession trainers, and getting enough resources to use, spend your time getting experience and questing by having First Aid as your profession. After battles, because First Aid only requires cloth, you just have to make bandages and you’re off again. Don’t destroy items which you’ll need for quests, but if you have a full inventory and are a long way from town, destroy some items to free up some space and save trips to town.
Always make sure before you leave town, that all your equipment is repaired fully, and that your ammunition supplies are well stocked up. There’s nothing worse than having to race back to town, because you’ve set off ill equipped. Always make sure that you have turned Auto Looting on, it saves time not having to take items from the corpses yourself.
If you’re struggling with a quest, try Level- Grinding, it’s boring, but pays dividends. Just keep killing things that are a few levels below you. Kill fast and you won’t get much damage and will have a quick recovery. Then go on and do the quest .
Finally, don’t join raid groups if you’re going for honour points. That way, you’ll get virtually none, it will cut your contribution points to the absolute minimum for each kill. A normal party or solo is the best way to get your maximum contribution points.
And of course, if all else fails, get your Mum to buy you a World of Warcraft Leveling Guide like the great
Ultimate World of Warcraft Guide.