A new way to contribute!



We’ve introduced a brand new section to our site: Guide Links!

What is it?

Everyone of us knows certain sites or links about wow they find useful. But while a site is useful for a certain topic (ex: instance guides) other sites might be much more useful and have much better guides concerning other topics (ex: leveling).
The new Guide Link section gives wow players the opportunity to exchange links, rate them, comment on them and make lists of their favorite wow links.

How can I contribute?

Very simple: Click on create content. There you choose “Guide Links” as type of content. Now what you need is:

  • The title or subject of the guide/post
  • The URL to the guide/post
  • Optional: Author’s name or contact information
  • Optional: A short description

It basically takes you about 10 seconds to submit a link! Afterwards everyone will be able to rate it or comment on it.
Why not get started right now? 🙂

What’s next?

Of course we just started the project and several things might not be optimal yet. For example some more categories might be needed or a different layout for displaying links.
So if you have any suggestions concerning the new project, please let us know by either using the contact form or by directly mailing to

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    Jun 5, 2007 @ 19:50 pm

    Nvm, I found out SorryNvm, I found out 🙂 Sorry about that, the issue should be fixed, please try resubmitting the links and tell me if it worked correctly for you.

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    Jun 5, 2007 @ 19:45 pm

    Thanks for informing meThanks for informing me Trition, what exactly doesn’t work when you try to submit?

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    Jun 5, 2007 @ 8:48 am

    the submission link does not yet workso here is the link to some really good profession guides:
    There used to be a nice .pdf file for all professions by Highlander, but it seems like they removed it from the site and only left links to individual professions.

    Guild Building Guide:
    I have recently commented on a guild guide on this site, saying it was complete trash – which it was – and did make some suggestions on how to improve it. Instead of me reinventing the wheel, here is a decent guide which touches on most of the important aspects of a guild. If there exists a demand, I can expand on this guide (which I did not write myself) and elaborate on points for which people still have questions.

    More links to come soon

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