Boston’s 1-12 Dun Morogh Leveling Guide (Dwarf/Gnome)


Dun Morogh 1-12

I tried my best to make a guide for the Dwarf and Gnome starting area (other races can come here too of course) for level 1-12. This guide is focused on questing rather than grinding, though some parts you may be asked to grind. Before we begin, it is a very good idea to download a couple of mods I frequently refer to in this guide:

  • Titan Panel: Great mod that allows you to keep track of your inventory, money, and experience easily. It also shows (X,Y) coordinates that are frequently used in this guide.
  • Cartographer: Awesome map mod that has a lot of cool features, particularly, a fully explored world map that is very helpful for everyone, especially beginners.
  • Quest Level: Simple mod that shows the level of a quest in your quest log.

I’m going to take this part from Jame’s guide because he does a good job of explaining it:
In case you don’t know how to install add-ons, make a folder called Interface in your World of Warcraft directory (if it doesn’t exist already). Then you open it and create a folder called Addons inside the Interface folder (if it doesn’t exist already). Now every Addon you want to install goes directly into the Addon folder. For example you download and unzip Titan Panel, you drag the folder called TITAN PANEL (not Interface or Addons) into the new Addon folder you created. You restart World of Warcraft completely and it should be working.
If it isn’t you might need to log out to your login screen and click on “Addons” in the left lower corner. Tick the box that says “Load out of date Addons”. Relaunch WoW.

A few notes.

  1. At level 10 (or 12 for Paladin) you get a class quest. This is usually very important, if not necessary, and I recommend you do it. However, any race besides a Dwarf and Gnome must go back to their starting area in order to receive their class quests as they will not be available to them in Dun Morogh.
  2. It is VERY helpful to get bags as soon as possible. Try to get a few of the 6 slots from the vendors or get some from the Auction House. Tailors can also make bags. Just try to get some pretty soon because they are extremely valuable.
  3. Always spend your talent points in what will give you the most dps (Warriors should go Fury/Arms, Priests should go Shadow, Paladins should go retribution/dps holy, etc.).
  4. Whenever you log out, try to log out in an inn because this gives you rested experience and makes it twice as easy to level!
  5. To save you the trouble, take any quest you see because we will be doing all of them, including the follow-ups (don’t take the ones in Loch Modan when you get to that part, just get the ones I tell you to).
  6. I don’t recommend following this guide if you are not a Dwarf or Gnome (especially if you are a Druid or Shaman because there is no class trainer for those in Dun Morogh) because it’s best to get honored with your home first. There are also a couple of quests only available to a Dwarf or Gnome in this guide.Here’s a little color code for you:
    • Purple: Names of NPC’s
    • Red: Names of Mobs
    • Teal: Areas (towns, cities, etc.)
    • Blue: Quests
    • Orange: Items
    • Green: Coordinates
    • Black: Starting of a new session/important Notes/levels

    All these things will be colored so they’re easy to spot and also bold.

    Before we begin, go kill a couple of wolves and loot the items they drop. Head back to the little camp you started in and sell the stuff. This should get you 10 copper. Go to your class trainer in Anvilmar which is a little west. Buy your level 1 skill and let’s begin.

    Level 1

    I’m not going to put a map for this part because it’s so easy a caveman could do it ;). Just grind on wolves and troggs around until you hit level 2.

    Level 2


    1. Go back to the camp that you started at and sell your stuff you got from your kills. Get the quest [1] Dwarven Outfitters from Sten Stoutarm.

    2. Go kill Ragged Young Wolves until you get 8 Tough Wolf Meat.

    3. Head back to Sten Stoutarm and turn in your quest. Get the follow ups [1] Consecrated Rune (quest name varies between classes) and [3] Coldridge Valley Mail Delivery. Also get [2] A New Threat from Balir Frosthammer and sell your junk. Note that [1] Consecrated Rune (or however it’s named, depending on your class) IS considered a class quest and only available to Dwarves and Gnomes. However, it’s not important and can be skipped.

    4. Head south and kill any troggs you find here. Stay here until you get 6 Rockjaw Troggs, 6 Burly Rockjaw Troggs, and hit Level 3. Return to Balir Frosthammer and turn in your quest.

    Level 3


    1. While you’re here sell your stuff. Now follow the road west and a little north until you come to Anvilmar (28,69). Turn in your quest to you class trainer, then get the quest [3] A Refugee’s Quandry from Felix Whindlebolt, a little gnome by the forge. Note: Get the quest [4] Beginnings from your trainer if you are a Warlock. This quest is a class quest so you must return to your starting area to complete it if you are a Warlock because this quest is very important.

    2. Leave and follow the road west. Keep going until you find Tallin Keeneye at (22,71). Turn in your quest and get the follow up [4] Coldridge Mail Delivery and also [3] The Boar Hunter. From now on kill any boar you see until you get 12 kills.

    3. Head south following the road until you come to another camp with a couple of dwarves there (24,75). Turn in your quest to Grelin Whitebeard and get the follow up [4] The Troll Cave. Don’t get the other quest from Nori Pridedrift just yet.

    4. Head west until you come to a troll camp (21,76). From now on kill any Frostmane Troll Whelps until you have 14 kills. Clear this camp and loot Felix’s Box by the drums.

    5. Head south until you find another troll camp at (22,79). Clear it and loot Felix’s Chest right next to the fire.

    6. Head southeast a bit until you reach yet another troll camp (26,79). Get Felix’s Bucket of Bolts then go between the 3 camps until you get 14 troll kills. If you haven’t gotten 12 boar kills yet, do that as well (a little north of the first troll camp). Now grind on boars, troggs, and trolls until you’re Level 4 (if you haven’t leveled yet) and at least 7 bars into Level 4.

    Level 4


    1. Head back to Tallin Keeneye at (22,71) and turn in your quest.

    2. Follow the road southeast to the other camp and turn in your quest [4] The Troll Cave and get the follow up [5] The Stolen Journal. Get the quest [5] Scalding Mornbrew Delivery from Nori Pridedrift.

    3. Head back to Anvilmar, sell your junk, visit your class trainer, and turn in your quest to Felix Whindlebolt. Also turn in [5] Scalding Mornbrew Delivery to Durnan Farcutter and get the follow up [5] Bring Back the Mug.

    4. Return to Nori Pridedrift at the southwestern dwarf camp and turn in the quest. This should make you level.

    Level 5


    1. Head slightly southeast until you come to the troll cave (26,79). Enter this and clear your way until you come to a fork with 3 tunnels. Take the northern passage (or the one on your left) and clear your way until you come to another fork. Keep heading straight and you’ll come to a large room with a frozen pond in the middle. At the eastern corner of this room you’ll see Grik’nir The Cold. Kill him and loot Grelin Whitebeard’s Journal. Now grind on trolls until you are 16.5 bars into Level 5 and 3.5 bars away from Level 6.

    2. Head back to Grelin Whitebeard at the dwarf camp and turn in your quest. This should make you level.

    Level 6


    1. Head to Anvilmar and sell your junk and visit your class trainer (turn in [4] Beginnings if you are a Warlock). Note: Get the quest [4] In Favor of the Light from your trainer if you are a priest.

    2.Get out and follow the road east until you come to Coldridge Pass at (33,71). Turn in your quest to Mountaineer Thalos and get the follow up [5] Senir’s Observations. Also get the quest [5] Supplies to Tannok from Hands Springspocket.

    3. A little to your left you’ll see a cave. Inside there are troggs that hit like wussies. You can choose to clear these all, or run straight through them to the other side. You won’t die if you run through so you should to save time, these guys won’t give you much experience anyway. Now that your on the other side follow the road north and east.

    4. Keep following this road until you come to the town of Kharanos (46,53). As soon as you enter, you should see Senir Whitebeard standing next to some caravans. Turn in your quest to him and continue north to the inn (big building on the right). Get the quest, [7] Beer Basted Boar Ribs from Ragnar Thunderbrew outside the inn. Go inside the inn and turn in your quest to Tannok Frosthammer. Also talk to Innkeeper Belm and set your Hearthstone here (turn in [4] In Favor of the Light if you are a Priest and get the follow up). Now leave the inn and head across the road to Tharek Blackstone and get his quest [5] Tools for Steelgrill. Note: If you are a Priest, head south a bit to (45,54) where you’ll find Mountaineer Dorf. Cast heal then fortitude on him then return to Maxan Anvol for your reward.

    5. Head northeast a bit until you get to Steelgrill’s Depot at (49,48). Get the quests [6] Stocking Jetsteam from Pilot Bellowfiz, [7] The Grizzled Den from Pilot Stonegear, and [6] Ammo for Rumbleshot from Loslor Rudge. Also turn in your quest to Beldin Steelgrill.

    6. (From now on kill any Crag Boars and Black Bear you come across). Head southwest, past Kharanos, until you get to The Grizzled Den. Continue until you find a small wrecked camp (44,56). Right click the ammo crate by the tent and loot Rumbleshot’s Ammo.

    7. Head slightly southwest until you find a camp with a few dwarves at it (40,65). Turn in your quest to Hegnar Rumbleshot.

    8. Head north until you come to a yeti cave (42,54). Kill these guys until you get 8 Wendigo Manes and hit Level 7. These guys aren’t that hard, but more than one can overwhelm you so pull carefully.

    Level 7


    1. Now if you haven’t finished [6] Stocking Jetsteam and [7] Beer Basted Boar Ribs, go kill more boars and bears until you do. Return to Kharanos and talk to the innkeeper and buy a Rhapsody Malt. Turn in [7] Beer Basted Boar Ribs outside the inn.

    2. Head northeast to Steelgrill’s Depot. Turn in your quests [6] Stocking Jetsteam and [7] The Grizzled Den. Get the follow up [7] Evershine.

    3. How close you are to Level 8 varies, so go kill the Wendigos or animals until you level.

    Level 8


    1. Head east to the southern end of Kharanos and get the quest [9] Frostmane Hold from Senir Whitebeard. Visit your class trainer, sell, and repair.

    2. Head north along the road a bit until you see a small dirt path on the west side of it. Follow that to a small building (46,48) and get the quest [10] Operation Recombobulation from Razzle Sprysprocket.

    3. Keep following the road north until you come to a bridge crossing a frozen river (46,43). Follow the river west until you come to the frozen lake, then head southwest to Brewnall Village (30,45). Turn in your quest [7] Evershine and get the follow up [8] A Favor for Evershine and also [9] The Perfect Stout from Rejold Barleybrew. Also get [6] Bitter Rivals from Marleth Barleybrew. (From now on kill an Ice Claw Bear, Snow Leopard, and Elder Crag Boar you find).

    4. Head Southwest a bit until you come to a troll cave (25,50). Enter the cave and start clearing until you get the “Explore Frostmane Hold Complete” message and have 5 Frostmane Headhunters kills.

    5. Head northeast a bit until you see a path leading up to the mountain (37,42). Follow this up to the fork then follow it southeast to the camp. Clear the camp and loot any Shimmerweed Baskets on the ground for Shimmerweed. If you didn’t get 6 don’t worry there’s more north. If you did, just skip to the next paragraph. Head back to the fork and this time go north and cross the bridge. Follow the road on the other side that goes east to another camp and a small cave. Kill here until you get 6 Shimmerweeds.

    6. Head west until you get to Gnomeregan. Start to kill Leper Gnomes until you finish [10] Operation Recombobulation and hit Level 9. If you haven’t finished [8] A Favor for Evershine kill more bears, boars, and cats until you do then hearthstone back to Kharanos.

    Level 9


    1. Talk to the innkeeper and buy a Thunder Ale. Head to the basement of the inn where you’ll find Jarven Thunderbrew with a blue question mark over his head. Turn in the quest [6] Distracting Jarven then right click the Unguarded Thunderbrew Ale behind him and turn in the quest. Get the follow up [7] Return to Marleth. Leave the inn and go to the southern end of the town and turn in your quest to Senir Whitebeard and get the follow up [10] The Reports.

    2. Head northwest a bit to the gnome house we were at earlier. Turn in your quest.

    3. Head north along the road, cross the bridge, then follow the road east and all the way to Ironforge. Go to the throneroom and turn in your quest. (If you are a race other than a Dwarf or Gnome, get the flight path to Ironforge that is a little east of the throne room in the greatforge).

    4. Leave Ironforge and go to Brewnall Village and turn in the quests [7] Return to Marleth, [8] A Favor for Evershine, and [9] The Perfect Stout. This should bring you up to about 13.5 bars.

    5. Head north to Gnomeregan and grind on the Leper Gnomes until you hit Level 10.

    Level 10

    Now you should do your level 10 quest. From now on, you’ll probably have more experience than it says in the guide because I used a paladin to write this guide. Just follow it as if you hadn’t gotten the boost in experience from your level 10 quest, and if it says to grind to a certain amount and you already have enough you don’t need to.

    1. Head back to Steelgrill’s Depot and turn in the quest [8] Return to Bellowfiz. If you followed this guide and you’re a Dwarf this will make you honored with Ironforge.

    2. Go back to Kharanos to visit class trainer, sell, and repair.

    3. Head north along the road, then southeast where it forks before the bridge. Keep following this road until you come to a fork where a dirt path leads north (62,54). Follow the path north to Amberstill Ranch and get the quest [11] Protecting the Herd from Rudra Amberstill.

    4. Head west around the mountain until you come to a dirt path leading up into the mountains (59,50). Head up this and you should see Vagash. Kill him and loot his fang then return to Rudra Amberstill for your reward.

    5. Get back on the road and continue east. Soon you will come to a road leading south into Gol’Bolar Quarry. Take it. Get the quests [11] The Public Servant from Senator Mehr Stonehallow and [9] Those Blasted Troggs! from Foreman Stonebrow. Head south into the actual quarry and start killing Rockjaw Skullthumpers until you finish [9] Those Blasted Troggs!. Now make your way to the eastern part of the quarry where you’ll find a cave. Go inside and clear the troggs until you get 10 Rockjaw Bonesnapper kills. Now comes the not so fun part. This should bring you up to about half way. Now you need to grind to Level 11 and 6.5 bars into Level 11. You can stay here in the quarry, or go back to Gnomeregan. It’s up to you as long as you level.

    Level 11


    1. Head back up to the dwarves above the quarry and turn in both of your quests (by the way this should make you honored with Gnomeregan if you’re a Dwarf and followed this guide). Now leave and get back on the road.

    2. Follow the road east until you come to a fork. Take the Northeastern road and you’ll soon come to North Gate Outpost. Get the quest [10] The Lost Pilot from Pilot Hammerfoot. Head northwest a bit until you come to a dirt path on the west side of the road. You should see A Dwarven Corpse on the ground (79,36). Right click it, turn in the quest, and get the follow up [11] A Pilot’s Revenge. A white bear will spawn a little up the hill named Mangeclaw. Kill it and loot the claw. Return to Pilot Hammerfoot for your reward.

    3. Leave the way you came and go back to Dun Morogh. Head back to the fork and this time take the southeastern route until you come to South Gate Outpost (86,48). You should see Mountaineer Barleybrew. Turn in your quest and get the follow up [10] Stout to Kadrell. Continue east along the road until you come to a tunnel. Follow that through.


    4. This will bring you to Loch Modan. Follow the road until you get to a 3 way fork. Head down the southwest road and go to the outpost on the side of the road. Get the quest [12] In Defense of the King’s Lands from Mountaineer Cobbleflint. Head inside the outpost and get the quest [12] The Trogg Threat from Captain Rugelfuss. Go back outside and to the fork. This time take the northern road. Keep following this main road and you’ll be in the town of Thelsamar soon. Once you get to Thelsamar find Mountaineer Kadrell. Turn in the quest [10] Stout to Kadrell. Go inside the inn and set your


    here. Head to the most eastern house of the town and get the quest [10] Honor Students from Brock Stoneseeker. Go to the western side of the town and get the flight path from Thorgrum Borrelson. Turn in your quest to him and get the follow up [10] Ride to Ironforge. Fly to Ironforge.


    5. Head to the northern side of the circular area you are in. You should see a marker on your minimap. Turn in your quest to Golnir Bouldertoe and get the follow up [10] Gryth Thurden. Go back to the Gryphon Master and turn in the quest. Get the follow up [10] Return to Brock

    6. Leave Ironforge and head south to the frozen river. Now head south west in between the two mountains until you come to 2 caves on either side of you. Head up the hill to the western one and get the quest [12] Tundra MacGrann’s Stolen Stash. Now head east to the other cave where you’ll see a level 11 elite yeti inside. Wait for it to leave and go somewhere else then go in the cave and right click the chest on the ground and get the meats. Return to Tundra MacGrann and turn in your quest. This should make you level.

    Level 12
    Head back to Kharanos and visit class trainer, sell, and repair.

    End of 1-12.
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    Jun 21, 2010 @ 11:27 am

    Great GuideFeels as if it was meant to be followed it every major point I alredy knew but one. KUDOS.


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    Dec 28, 2009 @ 2:17 am

    Level 1-12 GuideJust got through running a Dwarf Hunter through your guide using the add-on version. I was 5 hrs and 35 min till level 12. I did the pet quest chain and leveled skinning and mining during this time also so I don’t feel too bad about the time. You can follow my progress at (a la Jame’s blog as I test the 12-20 section.

    Great job on beginning guide. I didn’t feel as though the grinding sessions were too bad although I hate grinding but sometimes it is necessary. The add-on version does lack some arrows to guide you to some of the points if you are not familiar with the starting area.

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    Jul 1, 2009 @ 17:05 pm

    Love it , will work greatLove it , will work great when i start WoW

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    Apr 14, 2009 @ 18:41 pm

    Dwarf Leveling WoesNot sure if its the nature of the beast or the effeciency of this guide. I’m using the In-Game addon and dual-screen to peak at the guide online. The issue I’ve been having is even with the increase in XP there is still alot of Grinding. The second problem I notice is ALOT of running around. Ex: at the end of the guide you suggest we leave Ironforge to complete ONE Quest.

    I then followed the next part of your guide to lvl20 and everything seemed to be a few levels off. It seemed that most of the mobs you are killing are a level or two higher than you making the Packs of Humanoids common to the Alliance starting zones almost impossible.

    Maybe I’m used to the Horde leveling guides and starting areas, or just the way Jame has his guides designed so you are about 2 levels higher than the mobs. But it took me almost 14hrs to get to lvl20 due to all the deaths and constant running around, compared to looking at Holy Jame (I know he understands the quests/routes) is 100x faster.

    all i want in life is to be happy!

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    Feb 16, 2009 @ 8:14 am

    Lowbie Quests Available NowThat’s been my recent experience too. There are a few quests in each area which, either for storyline reasons or because they depend on a racial trait, are only available to that race. I believe that, in the past, all of the 1-6 quests were locked down to the races who started in those areas. However, in the last few months (version 3.0.x), I’ve taken Humans to Coldridge Valley and Night Elves to Ammen Vale, and in each case, only three to five quests were unavailable.

    One word of caution: I agree with Shikamaru that it would be wise to level 1-6 in your own area before trying to go to another starting area, but for a different reason. The very first areas (like Coldridge Valley) usually only have one way in and out, to act as sort of an early “skill check” for new characters. It may be hard for a Level 1 character to get to the starting area in one piece. Leveling 1-6 takes about half an hour for anybody who’s played the game before, and it’ll more than make up for those early quests you can’t take.

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    Feb 12, 2009 @ 8:23 am

    Strange ive been able to doStrange ive been able to do MOST of the 1-6 quests when i was grinding rep for the acievement so im sure you can level 1-6 in these areas, just withouth the warlock quest and the rune/parchment quest which refers you to your class trainer

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    Jhaessyn Jardeath
    Dec 23, 2008 @ 22:40 pm

    I dig your guides!Dude! Your guides rock! I’ve really gotten into leveling dwarves through your guides (cannot get the hang of those wee little gnomes though).

    I really groove on the way your guides flow through the leveling areas, and so match up with Jame’s leveling guides!

    I would love to see you do a class or profession guide. You show such a strong grasp of what you’re explaining, and put it into easy to understand phrases.

    Kudos on the great work you have done here and on your other guide.

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    Dec 2, 2008 @ 8:52 am

    Look’s niceThis looks like a decent guide and i see your other ones up to 30 then i can go to Jame’s Alliance leveling guides I’ve always wanted an Alliance char this site can make it possible =)

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    Nov 30, 2008 @ 8:57 am

    Great guideHey mate. Would just like to say very well done guide ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for making this comunitee part of what it is ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    Nov 29, 2008 @ 0:13 am


    Btw, please replaceYep ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Btw, please replace the “U” with “You” in your signature ๐Ÿ˜›

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    Nov 28, 2008 @ 16:25 pm

    falling behindJames, you are right, because if you fall behind, it’s like having to start that level all over again. That is what I just now realized I should have done in my guide ๐Ÿ™


    Go Wow U can contact me on Blackwing Lair or Blackwater Raiders on my accounts Blddyelf Gertjaars Lichyinglol


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    Oct 31, 2008 @ 18:22 pm

    Yes and no, really.

    YouYes and no, really.

    You [b]can’t[/b] accept level 1-6 starting quests from other starting areas.

    You [b]can[/b] accept level 6-.. starting quests from other starting areas.

    So basically, you should do level 1 to 6 in your own starting area, then continue to other starting areas, if you feel like it. ๐Ÿ˜‰


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    Oct 28, 2008 @ 18:32 pm

    If you’re ahead, it meansIf you’re ahead, it means the guide was planned that way. I do that with all my leveling guides too, I give a generous amount of extra Xp for every level, to make sure that nobody falls behind.

    Being ahead of a guide is a good thing anyway, it just makes it easier for you to follow it ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Oct 28, 2008 @ 10:58 am

    Great guide.I used this guide, but one problem. The XP is a bit off, I was always ahead, Maybe it was something to do with the map, I don’t know. ๐Ÿ˜•

    ๐Ÿ˜‰ Colaca

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    Oct 15, 2008 @ 20:57 pm

    Question.Is it possible to follow your guide with a human or some quest won’t be avaible?

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    Oct 10, 2008 @ 20:01 pm

    a way to get two levels “ahead” for goodI don’t exactly “know” why this works but it usually does. At the very beginning when you first start a character, grind enough at levels 2 – 5 to get 2 levels ahead of the guide. At those levels, that means an hour or two at most. I then seem to stay a couple of levels ahead of the guide and usually get all quests as green, sometimes yellow. There are the occasional mobs that give no xp but it’s always during a quest that will give beaucoup xp. Hope this helps. This guide really helps keep the game fun. Cragger.

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    Oct 5, 2008 @ 14:44 pm

    i could helpknow every time i make a dwarf, i get stuck like this too but i found out a way on my 2second dwarf to get past this. theres evil gnomes in the NW area of karonos area

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    Sep 28, 2008 @ 23:10 pm

    hey is Mangeclaw tameable?hey is Mangeclaw tameable? ๐Ÿ˜• ๐Ÿ˜•

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    Sep 19, 2008 @ 2:39 am

    Really great guide, actuallyReally great guide, actually had fun leveling a dwarf =D
    only problem I had was from 11-12, I was like 1k xp short on my hunter

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    Aug 23, 2008 @ 22:51 pm

    best i can findI personally like horde,so umm I dont use ally guides much so I wouldnt know but I’m just saying this guide involved alot of grinding…and grinding is just awfull,it can make you hate wow to the centre of the earth. But this guide was the best guide I could find. Made a gnome. Gnomes are super awsome.

    [color=#4169e1][i]Admin’s note: Fixed spelling. Please do an effort with your spelling next time. Use proper capitalization, “i” instead of “I” etc. Thanks in advance.[/i][/color]

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    Aug 18, 2008 @ 1:15 am

    Good guide!Hello.

    I just wanted to say thank you for this guide because it leveled me as a Dwarf Warrior from L1 to L12 efficiently, easily and without dying and as a result I can now follow your L12 to L20 guide.

    However, after L6 I journeyed to Elwynn Forest to complete all quests revolving around the Fargodeep Mines then grinded to L8 because I felt attempting Frostmane Hold was too difficult at your recommended L7 (as a Warrior). As a result I was L9 before attempting that and could follow on with the remainder of your guide and found it very easy thereon.


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    Jul 14, 2008 @ 0:05 am

    NiceNice guide.. Im using it now on a Gnome Mage. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Jul 12, 2008 @ 12:26 pm

    one small errorFirst of all thanks for the great guide Boston

    I noticed a small error on your lvl 9 map, you have the points 3 and 4 swapped (still no big deal if everyone would read the text too :P)

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    Jun 11, 2008 @ 9:23 am

    I levelled another char withI levelled another char with this guide and I still confirm that is wonderful ;). Even though there are some missing steps, it’s not a problem: I didn’t had to come back and take a quest… I simply took it when was clear that I have to and the guide was missing that step. Now I’m on my way to the 12-20. Thank you Boston, thank you wow-pro :).

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    May 18, 2008 @ 20:11 pm

    Just a suggestion, whenJust a suggestion, when your level 4 do the Stolen Journal quest first, then when finished, get Scalding Mornbrew Delivery and hearthstone and deliver it inside Ironforge. Hope you like it. ๐Ÿ™‚

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    May 17, 2008 @ 23:12 pm

    I was going to lvl a gnomeI was going to lvl a gnome warrior ๐Ÿ˜‰

    Cadero Dragonmaw EU

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    Apr 27, 2008 @ 22:14 pm

    Missing steps.In Levels 9-10 you ask to turn in Perfect Stout but it is never asked to get the follow-up quests from Rejold Barleybrew..

    In steps 11-12 you ask to turn in quest to Mountaineer Barleybrew and get [10] Stout to Kadrell.

    But without the previous quests from Rejold this impossible.

    The missing quests are.

    10 Dun Morogh
    Alliance Quest Rejold’s New Brew – (Step 1)
    Speak with Rejold Barleybrew.
    10 Dun Morogh
    Alliance Quest Shimmer Stout – (Step 2)
    Take the Barrel of Shimmer Stout to Mountaineer Barleybrew.
    10 Dun Morogh
    Alliance Quest Stout to Kadrell – (Step 3)
    Take the Cask of Shimmer Stout to Mountaineer Kadrell.

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    Apr 27, 2008 @ 20:42 pm

    Rockjaw TroggsAs a level six, the troggs were about 50XP, which, at my level, isn’t bad at all. Thnx for the good guide…

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    Apr 24, 2008 @ 22:08 pm

    nice work m8nice work m8 ๐Ÿ˜›

    btw awsome guide boston going to lvl up a warrior with this guide now^^

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    Mar 4, 2008 @ 21:37 pm

    Hello and welcomeHello and welcome ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Mar 1, 2008 @ 18:20 pm

    CommentHello WoW Pro Comunity!

    This is my first post, so it’s time to say hello ๐Ÿ™‚

    I have actually rolled a Dwarf Hunter to try the Boston guides and than go with Jame’s ones.
    I have just reached level 12, and here is it a screenshot of played time:

    As you can see it’s a pretty short time, assuming that it’s my first experience as a hunter and for the level 10 quest i “lose” 25 minutes. I enjoyed the guide and will immediatly start with the 12-20!

    Thank you.


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    Feb 23, 2008 @ 21:30 pm

    Good guide Boston. I’mGood guide Boston. I’m leveling a gnome rogue through your guides and onto Jame’s. Level 12 so far. Your guide is right on.

    Hmm. Crappy internet + Low RAM = getting owned in every contested area in the game =p

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    Jan 5, 2008 @ 22:10 pm

    playedJust used the guide, dying horribly several times cause i am not used to being a squishy mage–played is 5 hours.
    thanks for the guides, got to see a couple quests i never knew about.

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    Jan 2, 2008 @ 19:28 pm

    Veryits a very good guide boston:)

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    Dec 15, 2007 @ 21:53 pm

    RevampI updated this guide. All of the maps are much easier to read, made a few corrections, and a couple minor changes. If you see anything incorrect (like coordinates or spelling) or have any suggestions please tell me.
    Thanks to all those who helped me!

    No not the town. The rock band!

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    Dec 9, 2007 @ 21:13 pm

    Small questionJust wondering, if the yeti cave isn’t at 51,54 then where is it? I’ve spent a while looking. Is it anywhere near the given coordinates?

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    Sep 15, 2007 @ 15:55 pm

    Ditto, nicely done, ๐Ÿ™‚ Ditto, nicely done, including colored text.

    A note for ‘twinking’: Once you visit Steelgrill, detour to Iron Forge, logout, mail your twink a chunk of money, then log back in and buy some gathering skills, mainly skinning and herbalism. Then proceed to the Grizzled Den to work on the quests. Make more money and train up the professions while leveling!

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    Aug 22, 2007 @ 23:57 pm

    Wonderful Guide!This guide is perfect! It actually had a quest or two I didn’t know about. ๐Ÿ™‚

    I used it on my human so I thought I would add some notes to all the races that are not Dwarves or Gnomes.

    There are two quests (that I recall) that will be unavailable.
    “Consecrated Rune” just sends you to the class trainer. They are all in Anvilmar (inside the building) so it shouldn’t be too hard to find them.

    Also, quest chain starting with “Honor Students” will not be available to you. I do recommend running to Thelsmar when the quest says just to get the flight path. (That way you are still following the guide.)

    You will also have to go back to your own starting area for all of your class quests. If you don’t know what they are, find out. Generally they are around the level 3-5 mark as well as level 10. (varies by class)

    When I started this guide, I was level 2. (That’s running from Northshire to Coldridge. Nightelves and Draenei will have more experience and probably be level 3 or 4 … if you have done NO quests.) When I finished I was level 11. This is a wonderful guide to use even if you are not a Dwarf/Gnome, but you will have to either add in your own grinding or just continue into the next series! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Hope that helps!
    Thanks for this guide Boston!

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    May 24, 2007 @ 19:15 pm

    Excellent guideThe only problem I found with the whole guide is the map coords are off. This was my first time in Dun M, so it took me a minute to figure it out. I have already gotten my toon to lvl 10 in just 3 hours and 21 minutes. Fantastic guide. The coords were right on everything except the ammo crate and the yetti cave.

    On a positive note: I cruised with my mage to lvl 10 in record time and this was my first time in Dun M. I will use this for any toons I choose to lvl again. Thanks Boston!!!!!

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    May 17, 2007 @ 9:49 am

    Excellent….I have read Jamie’s guides and really found them good.
    This one is Excellent, you have made sure by colour coding the main information we need and this makes it easier to read and follow.

    The only bug bear was the with numbering on the maps…. Other than that 100 out of 10..

    Hope to see that you posting 12 – 70 :o)

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    Mar 17, 2007 @ 22:08 pm

    NewQuest Level added in suggested mod list. All towns and areas changed to the color [color=teal][b]Teal[/b][/color] from [color=yellow][b]Yellow[/b][/color].

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    Mar 15, 2007 @ 21:48 pm

    Awsm work!Omg this is really good work! A+ ๐Ÿ™‚ i wanna see someone make guide like that 20-30 lvl ๐Ÿ™‚ cuzz I get to 20 than I bored grinding to 30 and go on with jame’s guide…I made 1-12 in 4hours and 33min and 16sec ๐Ÿ˜› usually I do 1-10 4 hours so yea this is really good guide =)

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    Mar 10, 2007 @ 21:10 pm

    I think…It’s tough to say because I was writing the guide while I was playing. I’d say 5-6 hours. If anyone has a more accurate time please post it.

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    Mar 10, 2007 @ 18:40 pm

    How long does it take?I have an alt (currently just using as a mule) that I’m considering levelling up. Any idea roughly how long it’ll take to get to 12 with this guide?


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    Mar 10, 2007 @ 1:47 am

    About the colorYeah. believe me I tried all the colors for the numbers on the map and the red ones were even worse. I put the coords for everything so hopefully that will make up for it.

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    Mar 6, 2007 @ 14:04 pm

    Beautiful work indeedBeautiful work indeed ๐Ÿ™‚

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    Mar 6, 2007 @ 9:29 am

    Awesome WorkAs the title says! ๐Ÿ˜€
    Seriously some fantastic work you did here, the way you write it it’s very easy to read.
    Please write i guide in this fashion for lvl 12-20 and for lvl 21-30 [escpecially this one!, nothing wrong with youri’s guide but it’s still a wall of text, that is uneasy to read.]
    But really good job and thank you for making this guide.


    Ps: Maybe you should try to make the numbers in the maps you give red, make’s it easier to spot.

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