World Of Warcraft Strategy Guide

World Of Warcraft Strategy Guide

World Of Warcraft Strategy Guide

World Of Warcraft Strategy Guide

Here you'll find everything you need to know about World of Warcraft strategy.

For beginners, you will want to know the best way of leveling or grinding. Horde or alliance, it doesn't make a bit of difference, the game is designed so that everyone can get their hunter, paladin or any other class to the maximum level(Which is now 80).

When making your character, you can choose the skin color, the facial hair and the hair style and color., you can choose the gender, the face type and the name, so choose wisely since you'll be stuck with it forever! There are many strategies that u may find, some are short, some are extended.

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It also depends if you want to make a lot of gold, or just try to hit level 70 cap as soon as possible. While you level up, do not forget to go to your training NPC so that he may improve your talents and skills. Every NPC is different for each and every class, if you have a rogue, you will not be trained by a warrior trainer, and therefore you will try and find the rogue NPC. To find him, usually you should talk to a guard in the main city; he'll direct you to him by putting a mark on your map. Once you have enough gold, silver or copper, you can buy your skills to level up faster.

The many strategies online such as can help you out when you've reached end-game content which is pretty exciting. Anyways, as you progress through the game, you will experience new things such as ground mounts and flying mounts. No wonder there's over 9 million players worldwide on this game.

From level 1 to 20 is pretty easy for alliance, just head to Elwynn forest, when you feel you're ready, head to westfall. Once you're done with westfall go to Redridge Mountain and finally Duskwood. Depending if you're on a PvP (player versus player) or PvE (player versus everything) server you're leveling ratio will change.

PvP is slower, but more fun because you can find horde (or alliance) fighting each other, there's no experience involved, but honor. Honor is a form of currency in World of Warcraft, if you kill a horde or their leader; you gain an amount of honor. With a certain amount of honor, you can start buying rare and epic items for more experienced PvP.

For PvE servers, engaging horde (or alliance) in hostile territory is impossible unless you request a duel. Leveling up on a PvE server is pretty easy since there is no horde to attack alliance unexpectedly. Some people might think it would be wise to level up on a PvE server than transfer to a PvP server.

The only problem is that you can't transfer your character from a PvE server to a PvP server, but you can transfer a character from a PvP server to a PvE server, so make a wise choice! People on a PvE server are more concentrated on progression, player versus everything means that a group of players gather to find and kill a new boss. These bosses take around 10, 25 or 40 players to kill. They always drop epics so that people will have less difficulty to kill him the next few times.

Joana's 1-80 Horde Leveling Guide
Valkor's Gold Making Guide
Brian Kopp's 1-80 Alliance Leveling Guide