Wednesday, March 14th, 2012 at 6:29 am
Have you just started a new Horde character? If that is so, here is a bit of Horde leveling help for your your first 10-20 levels.
1. Firstly, no matter what race you create your character from, except goblin, it’s best to move to Durotar and quest there from 1 to 10. For goblins, the quest content in their starting area is much better optimized, you have trainers everywhere, plus the cutscenes are awesome, that’s why it would be for the best to remain in Kezan until you finish the intro part. You will end up about level 10-11. For the other races, especially for blood elves, questing in Durotar is much better, because you’re close to Orgrimmar, there are plenty of players around to group with or to help you out if needed, plus, the main Horde capital, Orgrimmar is close by in case you need trainers, bank, auction house etc.
2. Once you finish with Durotar, if you want to level up in a zone with tons of quests and with a very nice storyline, you should go to Silverpine Forest from level 11 to 20. You will be working here for Lady Sylvanas, helping out with the clearence of the Worgen in the area, helping the undead. Most of the quests here were changed and if you haven’t been here in a while, it will be a totally new experience.
3. The Horde leveling help above gives you an idea of a general quest path for 1-20. Here’s a different tip now. As soon as you find a Herbalist or Mining trainer, get that profession. Even if you don’t want to be a miner or herbalist, gathering resources like minerals or herbs will grant you a lot of XP beginning from a low level, up to 85. Too bad skinning beasts doesn’t give you extra XP.
Monday, March 12th, 2012 at 2:48 pm
If you are playing WoW and need a leveling guide Horde, keep this in mind. Not every area is the same, even if they are for the same level range. Some zones are more player friendly than others. If you want to level quickly in World of Warcraft, you need to know which these are and how to take advantage of them.
As far as the leveling part comes, a guide will help you get the most out of any area. That is why players tend to use a leveling guide Horde in WoW. But I am not here to talk about that, I am here to tell you how you can get the best out of a very good area in the game: Thousand Needles.
Even though the quests here are in the water and under it, they are still very good. You will get a special mount right as you start this area, which is a boat…so you won’t have any troubles moving around.
You will also receive a special potion from a quest that will allow you to breathe under water. But the rewards of the quests and the scenery is not the most awesome thing about this area. The cool thing is that you can also make a lot of money here, by simply leveling. If you have Herbalism, you will be able to pick up Stranglekelp.
If you don’t have Herbalism, make sure you get it. You will need a minimum of 85 level in order to pick them. A stack of such herbs sells for roughly 100g on the market. If you are in a high level guild, you can easily gather several full stacks in an hour or so.
So if you want to level up and also make very good amounts of gold, then I suggest not over looking this area. Get a Leveling Guide Horde to see how you can make the best of this WoW leveling area.
Monday, March 12th, 2012 at 10:14 am
Cataclysm has brought to the World of Warcraft universe many changes. But the most important ones for leveling consist in the newly added quest hubs. Most of these new quest hubs provide easy and rewarding quests. In this post I will point out some of these Horde leveling areas Cataclysm has brought in.
1. Marshal’s Stand, in Un’Goro Crater. Apparently is where the inhabitants of the old Marshal’s Refuge have, well… taken refuge, since their home has been devastated by some rock golems. It’s a neutral camp, the main camp of Un’Goro crater. You will find plenty of quests here that will send you all over the area, and most quests are easy to complete. This is one of the important Horde leveling areas Cataclysm has put in the game, and if you choose Un’Goro as your questing destination, it should become your home for your being here.
2. Bogpaddle, in Swamp of Sorrows. Although Swamp of Sorrows was never one of my leveling destinations because it’s crawling with aggro, it now has become one of the viable Horde leveling areas Cataclysm has reforged, for leveling, due to the new quest hub – Bogpaddle. Plenty of quests here, many of them are on the eastern shore where you have enough visibility and accessibility.
3. Karnum’s Glade, Desolace. It’s a Cenarion Circle camp, also neutral, the central quest hub in Desolace at the moment. I used to hate Desolace back in the day due to the very long distances that I had to cover between questing locations and due to the fact that it was kind of depressing. Now the deserted zone is blooming once more, and it’s a much better place to level up. So, Kranum’s Glade, the new camp should definitely be on your list if you want to level up here.
These camps should be in your questing path if you’re going to level up through Un’Goro, Swamp of Sorrows and Desolace. However, there are Horde leveling areas that must not be missing from your questing path at all.
Saturday, March 10th, 2012 at 1:43 pm
Once you chose the right class to level up with in WoW, you need a Horde level guide. If you want to play Horde, obviously. You will see that it is a lot faster with a guide as you get an optimized quest path that takes you from level one to the level cap very fast.
Picking the right class to go with the Horde level guide is very important. Sure you can use the guide to level anything, since you will be doing quests only you won’t need many things. You could even level up a Priest with a healer build. It will take longer, but it is very possible with the right leveling guide.
But no, in order to be fast, you need the damage of a Paladin, Druid or Hunter. You could also level a Warrior or Rogue or Mage as fast as any of those classes, but they aren’t so useful at the level cap. Most characters can only fill one or two roles in a group. Well the Paladin and Druid can fill 3 and 4. That gives them greater utility and are needed if you are just starting out. Be it in World of Warcraft or on a new server. Once you have either of those, you can level up anything you want.
It’s easy when you have the perfect Horde Level Guide by your side. So make sure you pick one and start creating magic.
Saturday, March 10th, 2012 at 7:22 am
If you’ve leveled up one or two World of Warcraft Horde characters so far, you probably have noticed that some Horde leveling areas are richer in quests than others, or the content in some of the zones is much more entertaining.
Therefore, in this post I will tell you which Horde leveling areas in Eastern Kingdoms you shouldn’t skip and why.
1. Silverpine Forest. After Cataclysm was released, the content in this zone was changed by a lot, and it has become a complete Horde territory. The quest pack here is rich now, the whole quest scenario is fun to follow, involving Lady Sylvanas, and you can remain here from level 10 to 20.
2. Eastern Plaguelands. Also a zone heavily forged with the Cataclysm patch, this place has now 6 very nice quest hubs, at each of the 5 towers here, plus the major one at Light’s Hope chapel. Each tower has a very nice number of quests which can be quickly completed in the nearby area. Not only that you will finish quickly with this zone, but your XP rate will also be high. Also, if you’re going to reach Tyr’s Hand, the undead encampment in the south-east, you might want to kill a couple of Scarlet Archmages. They drop the Formula: Enchant Weapon – Crusader, which sells for nice gold.
3. Badlands. The last of the Horde leveling areas that I’m going to present here has also been modified with Cataclysm, and the Horde faction has more quests here now. However, there is also a neutral camp and two Alliance camps here, so if you’re on a PvP server, keep an eye out for Alliance players.