How are you in Warcraft leveling？Listen to this：
First off, install good add-on like Quest Helper. At the time of writing this you can get it for a simple donation to the creators.
Not only will it expose the most effective time management techniques to complete all your quests but it will show you your statistics, a database of quests, monsters, and items and it will shows you your precise location in the game.
It also works out the quickest route to complete all your quests helping you gain experience in the shortest possible thus preventing you from rushing round aimlessly like a blind bug in a bottle.
The second tip to help you power level is ‘quest management’, a very important part of playing the game. You must manage the quests against the amount of space you have available in your backpacks and banks.
When your space is full, you need to decide whether to sell, destroy or trade items to get more space.
Manage the quests in your logs carefully and decide on the correct quests to focus on completing.
Too many gamer mistakenly do one quest, return, and then collect their prize before moving to the next quest. This is not time efficient at all when it comes to moving your way up the levels.
For WOW power leveling well you ought to accept as many quests as possible in your area and then utilize the assistance of say Quest Helper to finish all of your quests efficiently.
Finally, ensure whatever you do you have a game plan. Like anything in life, if you plan ahead you’ll get there much quicker.
If you really want to be a masterful WOW player you need to seriously plan ahead. Research carefully the skills you need as well as the tools and guides available and get yourself a good plan of action.
It wasn’t a surprise to learn that Blizzard would be selling an identical boost via WoW’s in-game store, but the price turned heads: $60.
As for the price, Blizzard knew people would just buy a second account and transfer the free level 90 over, so the $60 price tag while it seems arbitrary, it removes the need to dick about with people making new accounts and transferring over chars to do it causing bloat in the database.
But then if they had sold it for $10 or $20 nearly everyone would of used it as why play all the old content when you can jump past it all for next to cheap WOW power leveling. so it would increase the number of people taking it up so the lower price point would probably get them more money on the long run.
Where with the $60 price tag it will make people actually think about it before going for it, meaning it will probably be relegated to people who are desperate to change class for example to fill a gap in a raid group or the people with more money than sense.
But in the long run the $60 price tag will discourage a lot of people and the people who aren’t discouraged by it would have only done it with a second account anyway and in reality blizz could of made more money by forcing people to buy a second account up to WoD for the free level 90 then transferring it over to the old account.
So I do think they have found a reasonable balance as a lot of people complaining about the price are saying it is too expensive and if anything that just shows it is working to limit the amount of people using it as they are actually having to think about the price.
Leveling is an interesting beast to tackle. There are many ways to do it, many people trying to sell you their method of doing it, and of course many advantages and disadvantages to all the different ways. As an above poster mentioned definitely join a guild (at least level 10 or something like that for the 10% increqased XP gain) and as its the social aspect of WoW that really makes this game outstanding. If you have access to heirlooms or recruit a friend (RAF) this process is much smoother and quicker. Also for the love of God when you get the chance buy the biggest bags you can afford, it is tremendously annoying to have to discard loot that could be sold because you don’t have space for it because of random stuff or quest items.
First of all, if you want to race to 90 you miss a tremendous amount of lore and dynamic character development (including professions, gold, honor, etc.) But you can access what WoW is really all about, endgame PVP and PVE content.
Having said that, if you are new you may want to take your time WOW power leveling your first character to learn how the game works, get the rotations of your class down, and learn what to/not to do within the game. I recall when I first started playing back in Vanilla the whole feel of the game was so epic and massive. I don’t know if I would have traded that experience for anything, but the game has grown and changed a lot since those days.
Blizzard Entertainment announced that World of Warcraft level 90 character boosts are now available to purchase from inside the MMO’s store. The level 90 character boosts cost $60 because Blizzard did not want to diminish the value of leveling.
Blizzard also announced that pre-purchases for upcoming expansion Warlords of Draenor are now available through either the $50 standard bundle or a $70 Digital Deluxe edition. Both come with a level 90 boost, which is redeemable immediately.
The Warlords of Draenor Digital Deluxe bundle includes a copy of the expansion, the level 90 character boost, Dread Raven mount, Dread Hatchling pet, two StarCraft II portraits, and a Warsong Pennant for Diablo III. The digital bonus items are available immediately. The standard edition, meanwhile, includes the expansion only and one level 90 character boost.
If you purchase the standard Warlords of Draenor expansion and then later decide you want the Digital Deluxe content, you’ll be able to buy the items at a discounted rate, Blizzard said.
A special $90 retail-exclusive Warlords of Draenor Collector’s Edition will also be available. It includes all the Digital Deluxe items as well as a full-color hardcover artbook, a behind-the-scenes Blu-ray/DVD set, a CD soundtrack, and a Warlords of Draenor mousepad.
Blizzard announced that Warlords of Draenor will launch on or before December 20, 2014. We already knew it would be available this fall, but now we know you’ll be able to play for sure by Christmas.
Warlords of Draenor is the fifth expansion for World of Warcraft, which is entering its 10th year of continued operation. The game had 7.8 million subscribers at the end of 2013.
If you want to instantly upgrade your World of Warcraft character to level 90, it’ll cost you a hefty amount. The level 90 boost is currently priced at $60, the same amount you’d have to pay for a new console game.
Level 90 is the current cap for WoW characters. The level cap will be raised to 100 for Warlords of Draenor, the next expansion pack for the MMO. It’s in Blizzard’s best interest, then, to let players get to 90 as quickly as possible. If a player has a level 90 character, they’re more likely to buy the expansion so they can continue their adventure.
A free level 90 boost will be included with the purchase of Draenor. However, Blizzard confirmed earlier this month that they’re going to allow players to purchase boosts on their own.
Sixty bucks is expensive, particularly if you’re buying multiple boosts. It’s only slightly cheaper than buying an additional copy of Draenor (probably $40 like other expansions) and then spending $25 to transfer your bonus level 90 character to your main account.
Maybe it’s a good thing to keep the price high, though. It means that reaching level 90 “the old-fashioned way” is still worthwhile. Leveling is quicker and easier than it once was, thanks to experience-boosting heirloom items and streamlined low-level zones, but it’s still a time-consuming process. If it only cost $10 or $20, would new players even bother with the 1-90 grind? Blizzard can’t set the boost price too low or they risk making large chunks of their game irrelevant.
Warlords of Draenor will add a new planet for high-level players to explore and allow them to build their own fortresses. The expansion doesn’t have a release date yet. Blizzard says that they plan to discuss beta and pre-order details soon, though.
World of Warcraft: Warlords of Draenor hits, players will be adjusting to more than just a new continent and gussied-up character models. With the expansion, Blizzard is looking to squish stats across the board, bring racial traits into parity with each other, prune excess abilities among the classes, and nerf a bunch of the game’s crowd control skills.
The stat-squishing in particular is something that the developers address at length in a new “watercooler” post :”It’s important to understand that this isn’t a nerf — in effect, you’ll still be just as WOW power leveling, but the numbers that you see will be easier to comprehend. This also won’t reduce your ability to solo old content. In fact, to provide some additional peace of mind, we’re implementing further scaling of your power against lower-level targets so that earlier content will be even more accessible than it is now.”
The post goes into detail about the reasoning behind the changes and how the devs expect each of them to improve WoW as a whole, so give it a read if Warlords of Draenor is on your wish list this year.
Blizzard Community Manager Bashiok has posted an extensive run-down on the official forums, detailing the changes to racials which will appear with Warlords of Draenor. Many of these will come as no surprise to people who’d seen some early leaks or followed the discussion on Twitter last Thursday, but nonetheless it’s great to see all this spelled out for us in blue and brown.
Obviously, with the removal of hit and expertise racials, there’s some changes being made. All the bonuses that related to those have been replaced, so that was Draenei, Dwarf, Gnome, Human, Orc, and Troll. All these have been replaced with other bonuses that affect damage output.
There have also been changes to what Bashiok refers to as “some outliers”, indicating things like the Troll Berserking being brought down from a 20% haste increase to a 15% increase. Orcs’ Hardiness also took a hit, now reducing stun duration by 10% instead of 15%. No changes are planned to Pandaren or Worgen racials.
This update, also brought a big impact to the WOW power leveling.It’s going to be a GG for Blizzard, because I can see a player rather paying Blizz than risking their account paying another company to do the WOW power leveling for them.
Power leveling in World of Warcraft is the method in which people literally bypass the normal questing route of going from zone to zone completing appropriate WOW power leveling quests and instances to rushing through levels by killing efficiently and doing quests in a certain way.
Some may go as far as having a high level run them through instances to kill all the elite mobs off having the character gain experience without fighting anything. There are many ways to go about it, but here are the most popular:
Guilds are the new power level machines.
With the inclusion of guild ‘leveling’ in Cataclysm, many have used the experience increases to outright speed a character’s experience gain. Add that onto gaining access to heirloom gear from guild specific vendors, guilds themselves are a way to power level.
Instance with a high level.
Asking that high level guildie of yours to run an at level (or above level) for you is also a form of power leveling. Unlike in twinking where a under leveled alt sits towards the entrance to avoid gaining experience, a high level will normally run in and gather many mobs while the lower level hangs back not attacking until the high level has all threat.
The low level would be say a room away while the mass farm happens so that they can then leech the experience and have rights to roll on the item drops. This tactic can also be used in killing mobs outside of instances.
Kill mobs in groups efficiently with friends in high places.
Normally in farming mobs along, one goes for green level mobs because of the easier time in killing them. But if you have a high leveled friend, one can by pass this by grouping with and having the high level area of effect higher leveled red mobs, netting a low level lots of experience in a shorter amount of time. Doing this while questing will net the high level things to sell, and you faster quest completion alongside the experience gain.
Blizzard announces a new expansion to World of Warcraft: Warlods of Draenor. The expansion will take the game from level 90 to level 100. In order to get people up to speed, expansion will give everyone one free character at level 90. This isn’t unprecedented, as previous promotions, such as the Scroll of Ressurection “refer a friend back” promo also gave a quick level up to 80 so players could enjoy Cataclysm and Pandaria.
What is unprecedented is that Blizzard will also sell additional level 90 boosts for $60 each. Pay a bit of cash and skip through the original game and four expansions worth of content. I guess Blizzard wants to compete with illicit real-money leveling services, though arguably those offer the better value of giving you a max level character rather than doing just 9/10ths of the job.
Not entirely unexpectedly, people are outraged (aren’t they always? about everything?), generally about two things: that the service exists at all, or that the price is so high. If the expansion is $40 (the four prior ones were, but Blizzard hasn’t announced WoD’s price) and includes a level 90, why should subsequent ones be 50% more expensive?
Blizzard’s response: they don’t want to devalue leveling by making it too cheap. This despite the fact that Ars Technica’s Kyle Orland has already pointed out that leveling is devalued because you get a free 90 when you buy the expansion. So it’s really every additional insta-90 that’s somehow more valuable than the first?
In approximately one week (no sooner than March 10), the Mists of Pandaria Digital Deluxe edition will be earning a bit of much-deserved rest in the Blizzard Archive. If you’ve been thinking about upgrading your standard edition for the in-game extras or contemplating coming back to the game to check out the latest content, you might want to consider snagging the Digital Deluxe Edition now before it heads into the vaults.
If you already own the standard edition of Mists of Pandaria and are interested in upgrading, you can head over to your account management page to do so now. The Digital Deluxe edition might come back out of the archive in the future, but even the jinyu waterspeakers don’t know if or when.
The Digital Deluxe edition of Mists of Pandaria includes the Imperial Quilen Mount, the Lucky Quilen Cub pet, a Mists of Pandaria–themed Diablo III banner sigil and accent, and Horde- and Alliance-themed StarCraft II portraits. Learn more about the Digital Deluxe Edition here.