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World of Warcraft Power Leveling Guides – Team IDemise, Brian Kopp’s, Joana’s, Reviewed

As a World of Warcraft Player for over three years now. I’ve come to realize that the game is so vast that it is pretty much impossible to keep all the information inside your head at one time, especially if you are leveling a new character from 1- 70 and haven’t played in a while, or are new. Right now, with the coming release of the Wrath of the Lich King expansion and the popularity of the new tournament system, a lot of new players (and veterans) are returning to World of Warcraft for another trip through Azeroth.

I myself had taken a break from the game after a couple years. I had leveled two characters to 60 (this was right before Burning Crusade) but decided I wanted to start fresh with a new Blood Elf when I returned.

And guess what I found? Despite all my experience with the game. I found myself nearly clueless. None of my old leveling patterns were Myenvoyair login really effective, grinding was no good anymore and my old gold making techniques were outdated.

I ended up biting the bullet and went out in search of a good guide, because I knew my time was valuable (I work full time) and I wanted to level and make gold as fast as possible. Read on to find out what I learned and how you can save your money and get the right guide for your playing experience.

1. Team iDemise 1-70 Horde and Alliance Leveling Guide. Team iDemise, famous for their Pro Counter Strike Team, has taken upon itself to get into the World of Warcraft PVP scene. Of course this means a few things. One, all the mmorpg regulars who fancy themselves good at PVP better watch out. Two, they sure as hell aren’t going to waste a lot of time on the PVE aspect of the game. And three, they’re throwing a WHOLE LOT of gaming experience at WoW. Of course, this is all good for YOU, the typical WoW player. A couple months after getting into World of Warcraft Power Leveling, a few of their own personal super nerds developed a mod that allows you to follow a set leveling course step by step to seventy. If you want pure, lean mean efficiency, this one is for you.- the “big” feature is a arrow mod that basically points you in the right direction at all times and sits anywhere on your screen.

– this is the most difficult of the 4 to use and install (but it’s really not that difficult if you know a little bit about how the UI in game works)
– If you are new to the game and want to take it all in at your own pace then I cant’ recommend this guide, as you’ll find yourself just mindlessly following the arrow and not really paying attention to anything. If you are a veteran and have already done all the quests, or you don’t care about the story and just want to level. Then don’t look any further.

Brian Kopp’s 1-70 Alliance Leveling Guide. Brian Kopp’s Guide is the most tried and tested World of Warcraft Power Leveling Guide available. It’s been around for ages and was the first guide I tried I ever used. This guide contains a map mod just like iDemise, though it isn’t as advanced or as useful and you will still have to alt tab or print out some of the instructions or research more information. Of course it is alliance only., so keep that in mind.

3. Joana’s 1-70 Horde Leveling Guide. Joana’s Guide is Brian Kopp’s less advanced Horde sister Guide (there is no connection between the two). Although I’m not really sure which guide came out first, I can remember both existing for a very long time. I’ve used Joana’s guide to level two horde characters, one hunter to 70 and one rogue to 55 and it worked great. The one negative I had in using this guide is that it is very Hunter biased. Joana went through the guide as a Hunter and this makes quite a bit of difference as Hunters are the biggest quest destroyers in the game. They can take on pretty much anything at any time and that is a huge advantage. However, the guide still worked for me as a rogue, so it’s not Hunter exclusive. The primary advantage of this guide is that Joana actually took the time to VIDEO every single step. This makes the guide incredibly Newbie friendly. You don’t know how to do something? Just watch the video. Simple.

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