LATEST NEWS

Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide – Chapter V (65-70)

img
Oct
28

Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide – Chapter V (65-70)

Introduction

This guide is made for FAST leveling through the use of Optimized Quest Circuits. With this guide, questing will be very efficient and you’ll not waste any second running around and trying to figure out in which order to do your quests. Follow each instruction carefully and you will see for yourself. The quest choices and order to do them are optimal so that you run as few as possible while doing the most possible, turning several quests at the same time. It will be like grinding, because you’ll be killing stuff almost non-stop, besides you’ll also be completing a bunch of quests at the same time!

Everything described in this guide can be done solo (beside when I say otherwise). You can, of course, follow this guide while duoing, grouping, it’s not a problem, it works too.

DISCLAIMER: This guide does NOT take into account tradeskills, class specific quests or PvP. It’s 100% focused on getting the most experience possible in the shortest possible time while doing a lot of quests and enjoying as much content as possible. Any race/class combination can do this guide. Any complaints about PvP, tradeskills, or class specific issues will be ignored.


Basic rules

  • Spend your talent points so that you kill things as fast as possible. (e.g: Priest should specialize in Shadow Talents, Warriors in Arms/Fury, etc.
  • Don’t waste your time trying to find groups for questing, you can solo everything that is described in this guide unless I say otherwise. Only group with someone when it’s not gonna be a waste of time (e.g: meeting the person at the other end of the zone to show him the way to where your quest is, that is a waste of time)
  • Try to always log out in an inn or in one of the major cities when you take a break.
  • When I say you should make an inn your new home location, it’s for a good reason, and it will save you much time.

Useful Addons

To get the most out of my guide, you should get an addon which displays coordinates, because I use them to describe locations in my guide (x,y). You can use any addon you like, but here’s a very simple one I use.

Recommended

  • DMiniCoords – A simple box which displays coordinates, left-click it to move it where you like.

Optional

Below is a list of other addons I use, this is 100% optional though, it’s mostly for people who are curious to know which addons I use:

Side Note: In case you don’t know how to install add-ons, simply download an addon from one of the links above and unzip it. Then drag the unziped folder in your Addon folder (full path is c:\Program Files\World of Warcraft\Interface\Addons). Then, restart World of Warcraft and it should be working.

If it isn’t working, you might need to log out to your character selection screen and click on “Addons” in the lower-left corner. Tick the box that says “Load out of date Addons”. Re-launch WoW.


Level 60-70 XP Curve Changes

As of patch 3.0, it takes much less XP to level from 60 to 70. That means you will probably ding much faster than what my guide says. That’s not a problem at all though, just keep following the guide normally. I strongly recommend achieving level 70 before going to Northrend, I’ve explained many times why on my blog. In a nutshell, it’s much more efficient and easy to go to Northrend at level 70. You’ll level faster that way and also get more gold. I actually recommend going until the very end of my Outland guide before moving to Northrend, even if that means going there at level 71 or 72. That’s if you want more gold. However it’s up to you, going to Northrend at level 70 is fine too, you’ll just get less gold in the end.


Color Code

  • Quests
  • Items
  • Locations
  • Quest objectives to kill
  • NPCs
  • Locs

The Guide


Level 65

If you followed my previous chapter you should be level 65 and your quest log should look like this:

 

Go north to Lower City and find Oloraak (58,16), get his quest [69]Can’t Stay Away.

Aldors: Get the quest [64] A Cure for Zahlia from from Sha’Nir (64,15) in Lower City.

Both:

Fly to Allerian Stronghold, turn in:

  • [64]What Are These Things?, get the follow up [64]Report to the Allerian Post.
  • [63]Vessels of Power

 

1. Ride northeast to Allerian Post (70,44), turn in:

  • [64]The Firewing Liaison
  • [64]Thinning the Ranks
  • [64]Report to the Allerian Post, get the follow up [64]Attack on Firewing Point

2. Go directly north and you should soon reach Firewing Point (70,39). Kill Blood Elves there until you complete [64]Attack on Firewing Point.

3. Once you have completed [64]Attack on Firewing Point, go northwest of firewing point and look for Ironjaw (69,32), a named wolf which roams in the area shown on the map. Just kill stuff in the area while looking for him. Kill Ironjaw and loot Ironjaw’s Pelt.

Aldor: Also look for Stonegazer, an elite basilisk, which will be quite hard to solo for most classes, as he is immune to movement impairing effects (snares and roots), to fear and to blind. However, he can be stunned and hibernated. Clear the area around to make sure you don’t get any adds.
If you can’t solo it, try to find someone to duo [64] A Cure for Zahlia with you. If you don’t find help, just go to the next step, but keep asking for help regularly, we will stay near this area in the next few steps.

4. Go back to Allerian Post, turn in [64]Attack on Firewing Point, get the follow up [65]The Final Code.

5. Go back to Firewing Point. Clear the way to the northeastern building (74,36), it’s the building with the highest tower. You should find Isla Starmane in it. But for now ignore her.
Go to the top of the tower and kill Sharth Voldoun, loot The Final Code. Use the orb of translocation and you should be back in the room with Isla Starmane. When you’re full HP/mana, start her escort quest [64]Escape from Firewing Point. It’s easily soloable, just make sure you stay behind Isla and let her get attacked first or sometimes she might just walk past you and not help you.

6. Clear the way to the mana bomb

 

Kill the 4 warlocks around it, right-click the mana bomb and watch it explode.

Aldors: Now is your last chance to find and kill Stonegazer. If you can’t, abandon the quest [64] A Cure for Zahlia and save it for level 70.
Scryer: Grind in the area until you have 10 Firewing Signets.

7. Ride back to Allerian Stronghold. Turn in:

  • [65]The Final Code, get the follow up [63] Letting Earthbinder Tavgren Know.
  • [64]The Elusive Ironjaw
  • [64]Escape from Firewing Point

Sell junk and repair.

 

1. Exit Allerian Stronghold by the southwestern gate. As you exit the woods you should find a few Infested Root-Walkers and Rotting Forest Ragers (52,58). Make sure you kill the wood mites which spawn after you kill each treant. Stay in the area until you finish [65]The Infested Protectors.

==Note== Don’t forget to pick up Restless Bones on the way!

2. Go northwest and find a named vulture called Trachela at (43,51). She is immune to movement impairing effects but still an easy kill. Kill her and loot Trachela’s Carcass.

3. Head west to the Refugee Caravan and turn in [65]The Infested Proctectors.

4. Ride west/southwest to Veil Rhaze (28,56). Kill what’s on the list for [64]Veil Rhaze: Unliving Evil.
Start looking for players interested in doing [65]Torgos!
Most classes can’t solo this one. It’s a level 65 Elite bird, immune to movement impairing effects and hits for 800 on cloth. It should be manageable to duo it for most class combos.
While you look for help, you can go grind at the Shadowtomb northeast of there.
Once you got a group for [65]Torgos!, go back to Veil Rhaze and find a big scarecrow named “Torgos’s Bane(27,56). Use Trachela’s Carcass next to it and Torgos will attack you. Kill Torgos and loot his tail feather.
If you can’t find help for Torgos, just abandon the quest, it’s not a big deal.

5. Go northeast to the Shadow Tomb (32,53), enter it. Go to the western room first, clear it and find a cabal chest

 

Loot the Gavel of K’alen.

Go to the eastern room, clear it, find the cabal chest and and loot the Drape of Arunen.
Go to the northern room, clear till the end of it, find the cabal chest and loot the Scroll of Atalor.
Now go back to the entrance of the northern room, where Akuno should be. When you are full HP/Mana, take his quest [64]Escaping the Tomb.
Always stay behind Akuno and let him take the first hit to make sure he engages the mobs. He can pretty much solo mobs as long as they are only one on him at a time. There will be 2 ambushes of 2 mobs during the escort, and once you defeat the 2nd one, Akuno will start running towards the caravan, so be ready for that.

6. Go back to the Refugee Caravan. turn in:

  • [64]Veil Rhaze: Unliving Evil, get the follow up [64]Veil Lithic: Preemptive Strike.
  • [64]The Shadow Tomb
  • [64]Escaping the Tomb

7. Head southwest to Veil Lithic (26,71). Remember to gather bones on the way. In Veil Lithic, look for Cursed Eggs:

 

Keep opening eggs until you are done with [64]Veil Lithic: Preemptive Strike.

8. Go southeast to Sha’tari Base Camp (31,76). Get the following quests:

  • [65]An Improper Burial
  • [66]The Dread Relic
  • [65]Taken in the Night

And lastly take the escort quest: [65]Digging Through Bones. Follow the dwarves and protect them till you complete the quest, it’s very easy.
Go back to Sha’tari Base Camp, turn in the escort quest and get the follow up [65]Fumping.

9. If you still need Restless Bones to complete [65]Recover the Bones, go get them now.
When you got them, go to Auchindoun, enter through the west gate (33,66). Go up the stairs and to the left, drop down from this point (36,64) very carefully so you don’t die from falling damage.

 

10. Once you are down, enter the lower western gate.

Get the quest [67]I See Dead Draenei from Ha’lei. Go to Ramdor the Mad and turn in:

  • [67] I See Dead Draenei, get the follow up [67] Ezekiel
  • [65] Recover the Bones, get the follow up [65] Helping the Lost Find Their Way

11. Go to the lower eastern gate and find Isfar (44,65), turn in [69]Can’t Stay Away, don’t get the follow up.

Hearthstone back to Shattrath. Sell junk and repair.

Aldor: Go turn in [64] A Cure for Zahlia at Sha’nir (64,15), on the northern side of the Lower City.

Scryer: Go to the Scryer’s Tier, get the quest [65] Firewing Signets and turn it in.

Both:

Now you need to find Ezekiel, he walks clockwise on the outer terrace of Shattrath city, so just move anti-clockwise and you’ll find him soon. Turn in [67] Ezekiel, take the follow up [67] What Book? I Don’t See Any Book.

Now look for help to do this quest. You have to beat up 3 npcs in the westernmost part of Lower City in Shattrath (43,29). Most classes can’t solo this (I soloed it with frost mage and warlock, couldn’t with warrior and rogue), so try to find help, it shouldn’t be difficult considering the amount of people who hang out in Shattrath.
Once you got some help, go find Dirty Larry and talk to him, he will become attackable and about 10 seconds later he and his 2 friends will attack you.
My advice is to polymorph, trap, sap or fear larry while killing his 2 friends, they are easy.
Then kill larry, he is elite, hits quite hard and has a lot of HP, so I suggest kiting him unless you have a healer.
If you can’t polymorph or something similar, I suggest burning larry down fast. As soon as he is down to 1% they will all stop attacking you.

==Note== If you can’t find help to do this quest, just move on and try again later everytime we make a stop by Shattrath.

Turn in the quest [67] What Book? I Don’t See Any Book and get the follow up [67]The Master’s Grand Design.

 

1. Exit Shattrath by the eastern gate and follow the road till you find Earthbinder Tavgren. Turn in [63] Letting Earthbinder Tavgren Know.

2. Go southwest to the Refugee Caravan. Turn in [64]Veil Lithic: Preemptive Strike, get the follow up [65]Veil Shalas: Signal Fires.

Go to the western edge of the caravan, just at the point where the subzone changes to “The Bone Wastes(36,51).
Use your Fumper and a gnome or a Sifter should spawn. Get closer to the guards and they should help you kill them. If it’s a gnome, just let the guards kill them, they give no xp and no loot. If it’s a Sifter, just make sure you do more damage than the guards or you won’t be able to loot them.
Rinse and repeat until you got 8 Mature Bone Sifter Carcass.

==Note== From now on while in the bone wastes, kill all Lost Spirits or Broken Skeletons on sight, until you have 10 of each.

3. Head south/southwest to Sha’tari Camp. Turn in [65] Fumping, get the follow up [65] The Big Bone Worm.

4. Go east and use your Sha’tari Torch to burn those Draenei corpses until you finish [65] An Improper Burial.
Go back to Sha’tari Camp, turn it in and get the follow up [65] A Hero is Needed.

5. Head east while killing Auchenai Initiates and Doomsayers. You don’t need to finish the quest linked to them already, we’ll pass by this area again. Keep going east until you find the Derelict Caravan (44,76). Look for a big chest labelled “Massive Treasure Chest“.

Clear the area around the chest, there are many invisible ghosts nearby. When you right-click the chest, you will loot the relic and about 30 zombies will spawn and attack you. They got about 500HP, so if you got any AoE abilities it’s easy to take them all down. If you don’t, you can just run away, all that matters is that you looted the dread relic.

6. Go north and find the entrance to the eastern tunnel of Auchindun (44,73). Read this whole paragraph before you do anything.
We’re gonna solo the elite quest [63] The Big Bone Worm, which is impossible, but there’s a trick. Here’s how:

  • Find a decrepit clefthoof, kill it.
  • Use your Fumper on it, if two bone worms spawn just run away, they don’t give exp and they’ll despawn eventually. If three gnomes spawn, you have to kill them, they don’t give up and you can’t run away from them, sadly.
  • Keep doing this until the elite worm Hai’shulud spawns. When he spawns, run to the tunnel mentioned above, go down the first slope and turn at the first corner. You should be safe if you position yourself like on the screenshot below:bonewormpos.jpg

    Now try to hit the worm with ranged attacks every now and then, playing with line of sight to avoid getting hit by his poison bolts. Healing yourself / bandaging yourself also helps to give you the credit for the kill. I’ve done it many times sucessfully with the worm still being at 99% HP from simply throwing daggers with a rogue. I bandaged twice and used a health pot, that was enough. After about 2 minutes he will die automatically. Loot the “Enormous Bone Worm Organs” off him. Well done.

    ==Note== You can also check how it’s done on this video, made by Ahrinule from Zul’Jin.

7. From the tunnel, go east/southeast until you find Vindicator Haylen (50,76). Get his quest [65]For the Fallen.

8. Go east to Netherweb Ridge (52,77). Kill spiders and Netherweb Victims to free Sha’tar Warriors. When you’re done with both quests, go back to Vindicator Haylen, turn in [65]For the Fallen and get the follow up [65] Terokkarantula.

9. (Optional) Many classes cannot solo Terokkarantula, because this spider is immune to movement impairing effects and to fear. She can be stunned though. So if you can solo her or got someone to help you, go to the south eastern tip of the forest and you’ll find Terokkarantula there (53,81). If you can’t find help and can’t solo her, just abandon the quest and come back to do it at level 70. It’s about 20000xp worth of quest exp, so that’s a nice sum of cash at level 70. If you kill Terokkarantula, go back to Vindicator Haylen, turn in the quest and get the follow up [65] Return to Sha’tari Base Camp.

10. Go northeast, you should find a bird named Skywing at (54,72). Rebuff and get full HP/mana before you take his quest, it’s an escort, and the nice thing about this escort is that you do 75% of the [65] Veil Shalas: Signal Fires quest.

==Note== If you’re having troubles to solo it, try to find a partner, but it’s definitely soloable if you are careful about two things:

  • Let Skywing infront so he takes the first beating. He has quite a lot of HP so you can actually eat/drink while he starts killing stuff, just make sure you always stay relatively close to him though.
  • When up the tree house, do NOT fight with your back close to the edges, because some of those birdmen knockback, and if you get kicked off the tree house you’ll fail the quest for sure and you might also die.

With that in mind, let’s get started. Once you’re ready, take the quest [65]Skywing.
While following Skywing, turn off the fires when you get near them. The first fire is called “Bloodstone Signal Fire“.

 

The 2nd fire is called “Violet Signal Fire“.
This is when it gets a little more difficult.
Skywing will jump down to a lower platform, follow him across a bridge and shortly after he’ll stop and Lunga the Imprisoner will spawn and attack him. Lunga is elite and immune to movement impairing effect, but he doesn’t melee hard. Make sure you interrupt his “Piercing Armor” ability and let him cast his chain lightnings, they don’t hurt as much as his melee. If you burn him down quick you should be ok. Use a potion if needed.
After that, the escort quest should be complete and right next to where you fought Lunga you should find the 3rd fire: “Emerald Signal Fire“.

While standing next to the emerald signal fire, if you face directly north you should see a rock. Mount up and jump on it, then from this rock you can jump to the next treehouse further north. On the lower floor of this treehouse you can find the last brazier: “Sapphire Signal Fire“.

Once you’ve extinguished all 4 fires and successfully escorted Skywing, get down the platform, take the northern path leading down and exit Veil Shalas.

No map needed for the rest of this circuit, you already went to those locations at least once.

11. Ride southwest and then west back towards Sha’tar Base Camp. Kill stuff on the way until you finish [65]A Hero is Needed and [65]Helping the Lost Find Their Way.

In Sha’tari Base Camp turn in:

  • [65] Taken in the Night
  • [65] A Hero is Needed, get the follow up [65]The Fallen Exarch
  • [65] The Big Bone Worm
  • [66] The Dread Relic, don’t get the follow up. I recommend saving that quest for level 70 unless you really want the quest rewards now. Most classes can’t solo this quest at this level.
  • [65] Return to Sha’tari Base Camp (that one was optional)

12. Go north to Auchindoun, enter through the west gate (33,66). Up the stairs you should see a chest called “Auchenai Coffin“. Kill the 4 Auchenai Death-Speakers around it then get close to the coffin and click it. A Reanimated Exarch will spawn, kill it.

13. Go back to Sha’tari Base Camp, turn in [65] The Fallen Exarch.

14. Ride to the Refugee Caravan, turn in [65] Veil Shalas: Signal Fires, get the follow up [65] Return to Shattrath. Also turn in [65] Helping the Lost Find Their Way.

15. (optional) If you completed the quest [66] Torgos!, ride east to Allerian Stronghold and turn it in.

Hearthstone to Shattrath City. Go see Rilak the Redeemed in the northern part of Lower City (53,21). Turn in [65] Return to Shattrath and [65] Skywing.
Right next to Rilak stands Defender Grashna, he should have a quest now: [65] The Skettis Offensive. Certain classes probably can’t solo it, but you can give it a try. There are 4 waves: 2 birds, 2 birds, 3 birds, 1 big bird. The normal birds hit reasonably hard but have very few HPs. Make sure you eat/drink or bandage in between waves. Save your potion and cooldown abilities for the big bird. He hits for 1000 on cloth but he can be kited, polymorphed, hibernated, stunned, feared, etc. If you can’t manage it, ask for help, there’s a lot of people in Shattrath doing nothing but standing there and looking pretty 😛
Turn in [65] The Skettis Offensive for 16000xp and a decent necklace.

Sell junk and repair. Get out of Shattrath, ride southwest to Nagrand (20,56).

 

1. In Nagrand follow the road northwest and then west until you find a goblin on the left side of the road called Wazat (62,67). Get his quest [66]I Must Have Them!.

==Kill List== From now on, kill any Air Elemental you see. At some point, one of them should drop an item called “Howling Wind“. Right-click it and start the quest [67] The Howling Wind. It would be nice to get this quest as soon as possible, so make sure you kill every air elemental on sight, even if that means making a detour.
Also kill any Wild Elekk on sight, they drop tusks which will be needed in a later quest.

2. Follow the road west until you find the alliance town of Telaar (55,71). In Telaar, get all the quests, they should be easy to spot on your minimap:

  • [65]Do My Eyes Deceive Me
  • [65]The Nesingwary Safari
  • [67] Fierce Enemies
  • [66] Wanted: Giselda the Crone and [66] Wanted: Zorbo the Advisor from the Wanted Poster

Turn in:

  • [64] A Message to Telaar

Go through the first building on the right and on the balcony get [66] The Throne of the Elements.

Southwest of the Inn, in the center of the town you should find more quests, get [67] Solving the Problem and [67] Stopping the Spread. Also get the quest [67] The Ravaged Caravan from a roaming npc.

Lastly, get the new flight path.

You should have 11 quests right now:

 

Note: Maybe 12 quests if you already have [67] The Howling Wind, which we will need pretty soon, so keep killing those air elementals on the way!

3. Exit Telaar by the northern bridge and go straight north, you should find a draenei building called The Abandoned Armory (51,57). Go inside, turn in [67] The Master’s Grand Design? and get the follow up [67] Vision of the Dead.

4. Go east till you get back on the road and follow the road north and then northeast, all the way to Nesingwary Safari (72,41).
Turn in the quest [65] The Nesingwary Safari and get the 3 mastery quests: [65] Talbuk Mastery, [65] Windroc Mastery and [66] Clefthoof Mastery.

Start to kill Windrocs, Clefthooves, Talbuk Stags and Dust Howlers in the area. Stay close to the Nesingwary Safari and keep checking if a gnome NPC named Kristen Dipswitch shows up. When she comes, she will get attacked by an undead NPC, defend her and she will have a quest for you: [65] I’m Saved!, turn it in immediately for 11000 easy XP. She might already be in the camp with her quest available when you arrive, but she might also take 30 minutes to show up, so just grind on the mobs around here and keep checking on Nesingwary Camp regularly.
If Kristen still hasn’t shown up when you are done with the objectives listed below, just give up. She’s just one quest, no follow up, so it doesn’t matter.

Keep killing everything in the area until you get a Howling Wind, right-click it and start the quest [67]The Howling Wind.

5. Go northwest and swim across the lake all the way to the Throne of the Elements (61,23).

Turn in:

  • [67] The Howling Wind, get the follow up [67] Murkblood Corrupters
  • [66] The Throne of the Elements

Get the other quests:

  • [65] A Rare Bean
  • [66] Muck Diving
  • [65] The Underneath

There’s a big rock giant called “Gordawg” at the throne of the elements. Go talk to him and turn in [65]The Underneath, get the follow up [65] The Tortured Earth.

6. Now go back to the area around Nesingwary Safari and kill everything there until you complete the following objectives:

  • Finish the 3 mastery quests
  • Find 3 Air Elemental Gas
  • Finish [65]The Tortured Earth
  • Hit Level 66


Level 66


Go to Nesingwary Safari and turn in the 3 mastery quests, get the 3 follow up.

Ride northwest, cross the lake and go to the Throne of the Elements. Turn in [65] The Tortured Earth, get the follow up [66] Eating Damnation.

Hearthstone to Shattrath, take a portal to a main city and go train new skills. Visit the auction house, restock consumables and make space in your bags.

Since you’re level 66 and in a main city, this would be the perfect time to get a group and go to Mana Tombs. Get some good rewards, XP, reputation and take a break from all the questing we’ve been doing.
If you really don’t want to do an instance then just go to the next paragraph and go on with the guide. However, that means you’ll have to do a bit of grinding later on.

When you’re ready to go again, get a teleport back to Shattrath (or use your hearthstone if it’s ready again). Fly to Telaar, Nagrand.

==Note== From now on, if you see a Caverns of Time: Old Hillsbrad group forming up, try to join it. This is the right level for it and it’s fun. You’ll have to do it someday anyway to get attuned to Karazhan.

 

1. Exit Telaar by the eastern bridge. Then face east and go to the ogre mound (61,71) while killing ALL the Clefthoof Bulls and Talbuk Thorngrazers you see on the way. Kill Boulderfist Hunters there until one drops the Boulderfist Plans.

2. Go to the goblin just north of the ogre mound (62,67). Turn in [66] I Must Have Them!, get the follow up [66] Bring Me The Egg!.
Now you must find help to do the follow up, because you’ll have to fight a level 66 elite bird, and most classes can’t solo it, he’s immune to slowing effects like frostbolts, but he can be frost novaed. 2 players should be enough.
While you look for help, go back to the previous area and kill Bulls and Talbuks. If you can’t find help, just abandon the quest and skip the rest of this paragraph to step 3. You can come back later on at level 70 for this quest, as the rewards are quite nice.

Once you got help, go back to the goblin, and now you have to use the Jump-a-tron 4000 to land on that tree branch with the big egg called “Mysterious Egg“.

The trick is to position yourself exactly in the middle of the Jump-a-tron and have your character face the middle of the nest. Then click the Jump-a-tron 4000, change your camera view so you can see below and as soon as you’re almost above the nest, click off the levitation buff. It should take a few tries to get the timing right and you might die from falling if you click it off too early, so be careful with that.

If you really can’t manage it, there is another way, but it requires a 100% speed mount:

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-4546574312878450602

3. Go back to Telaar, turn in [65] Do My Eyes Deceive Me, get the follow up [65] Not On My Watch!.

4. Go back to the same ogre mound where we found the boulderfist plans, remember to kill bulls and talbuks on the way.
Clear the way up the ogre mound and you should find a sleeping ogre called Lump (62,72). Attack him and get him down to below 20% HP and he’ll become friendly. Talk to him until you get the quest complete message for [65] Not On My Watch!.

5. Go back to Telaar, turn in the quest and get the follow up [65] Mo’mor the Breaker, check your minimap and you should see a yellow question mark – that’s where Mo’mor the Breaker is. Go to him and turn in the quest, get the follow up [65] The Ruins of Burning Blade.

6. Mount up, go east, follow the road east and then southeast at the fork. Keep going and you should find the Burning Blade Ruins (74,72). Clear the way inside the village and to the left you should find an NPC in a caged called Corki. Get his quest [65] HELP!.
Kill ogres in the area until one drops a Boulderfist Key. When you loot it it will automatically go to your keyring, so make sure to check for in there. Once you have the key, go right-click Corki’s Prison to free him.
Kill ogres until you finish [65] The Ruins of Burning Blade, then go back to Telaar.

Turn in:

  • [65] HELP!, get the follow up [66] Corki’s Gone Missing Again!
  • [65] The Ruins of Burning Blade, get the follow up [66] The Twin Clefts of Nagrand

Get the new quest [68] He Called Himself Altruis…. This quest only becomes available at level 66, and is given by the same roaming npc which gave us the caravan quest earlier.

Sell junk and repair, but be careful not to sell Ogre Warbeads or Ivory Tusks.

 

1. Exit Telaar by the western bridge, you should find a quest npc at (51,70), get his quest [66] The Consortium Needs You!.
Right next to the npc you should see two Enraged Crushers, kill them.

==Note== From now on, if you see Murkblood Invaders (3 Murkblood invaders riding elekks), kill them. You don’t have to kill all 3, you just need to kill one and loot the Murkblood Invasion Plans from them. Check the minimap below to see their patrol route. We don’t need those plans right now, so don’t go looking for them, just kill them if you see them while doing other quests.

 

2. North of here you should find large plains with a lot of Ravenous Windrocs (49,62). First kill the 3 Enraged Crushers near the northern ledge of the plains (they are marked on the map). Then stay in this area and kill 30 Ravenous Windrocs and kill the 3 Enraged Crushers a second time when they respawn.

3. Go to (47,40), and follow the ledge as shown on the map, kill every Enraged Crusher, Talbuk Thorngrazer and Clefthoof Bulls on the way. Also try to see if the Murkblood Invaders are there when you get close to the northern road. Repeat this loop until you finish the 2 following quests:

  • [66] Eating Damnation
  • [67] Clefthoof Mastery

4. Go towards the western tip of the lake north of Garadar (50,26). Gather 15 Digested Caracoli. They are glowing piles of dung, easy to spot 😛
Finish [66] Talbuk Mastery while you are here.

5. Go east to the Throne of the Elements, Turn in:

  • [65] A Rare Bean, get the follow up [65] Agitated Spirits of Skysong (Keep the Nagrand Cherries, they will be useful soon)
  • [66] Eating Damnation, get the follow up [67] Shattering the Veil

Destroy Gordawg’s Imprint, it’s useless now and just takes inventory space.

6. Go dive in the lake south, use a Nagrand Cherry and kill 12 Lake Spirits.
Go back to the throne of the elements, turn in [65] Agitated Spirits of Skysong, get the follow up [65] Blessing of Incineratus.

7. Head southeast across the lake, go to Nesingwary Safari and turn in:

  • [66] Talbuk Mastery
  • [67] Clefthoof Mastery
  • [67] Windroc Mastery

Get all 3 follow ups.

8. Go south to Windyreed Village (72,50). Set the four huts on fire with your Living Fire, which should be in your inventory. You have to stand inside the huts and in the middle of them for it to work.

9. Go back to the throne of the elements, turn in [65] Blessing of Incineratus, get the follow up [66] The Spirit Polluted.

 

1. Ride west / southwest to the ogre cave at (40,32) just north of Halaa. Clear the way to the cave. Go to the northernmost part of the cave, where you should find Corki. Right-click the cage to free him, you should already have the key. If you don’t have it, kill some more ogres until one drops it.
Once Corki is free, clear the way out and kill all the ogres you still need to finish [66] The Twin Clefts of Nagrand.

2. Go south to Halaani Basin (41,38). Kill Muck Spawns until you get 5 Muck-ridden Cores.

3. When you’re done, find the exit on the northwestern side of the basin (37,38). Mount up and go south to Lake Sunspring (35,43). Dive in, pop a Nagrand Cherry and complete the following 3 objectives :

  • Kill 10 Lake Surgers
  • Kill Watoosun’s Polluted Essence, a big elemental in the middle of the lake (33,50)
  • Use your Torch of Liquid Fire on 10 Sunspring Villager corpses, which can be found floating underwater near the northern bank of the lake

4. Go north to Sunspring Village. Follow the main path in the middle of the village, and clear the way to the 2nd house on your right-hand side. Inside the house should be 2 Murkblood Brutes next to a Kurenai Captive (33,42). Kill the two brutes and the captive should have a quest for you. Before you accept the quest, clear everything around the house and get full health, because as soon as you accept the quest [67] The Totem of Kardash you’ll get ambushed by 2 Murkblood Raider and 1 Murkblood Putrifier. Kill the putrifier first. Make sure you don’t let the Kurenai Captive die, as he is rather weak, compared to the usual escort quest npc. Don’t even think about looting, you probably won’t have time, bandage or drink right after you finish the first fight and follow the captive.
There will be a 2nd ambush further up the road, so save your cooldowns and pot timers for that one, it will be the most difficult part. If you manage this 2nd ambush you’ll finish the escort sucessfully.
This escort is rather hard compared to other escort quests, so if you don’t manage it, try to find help. If you can’t find help and don’t manage to solo it, just abandon it, save it for later for some easy cash at level 70.

Before leaving Sunspring Village, kill murkbloods until you finish [67] Solving the Problem and [67] Murkblood Corrupters.

==Note== From now on, kill Aged Clefthoofs and Greater Windrocs on sight until they drop what you need for the quest [67] Vision of the Dead. We’ll get the Mountain Gronn Eyeball later, so don’t bother with that.

5. Follow the road southwest until you find Altruis the Sufferer (27,43). Turn in [68] He Called Himself Altruis…, get the follow up [68] Survey the Land. Enjoy the ride and turn in the quest at the end. Do not get the follow up, this is one of those quests you should save for level 70. However, if you already have a group willing to do the chain, please do so.

6. Mount up, get back on the road and follow it south until you find Aeris Landing (31,58). Get the following quests:

  • [66] Matters of Security
  • [67] Gava’xi

Turn in:

  • [66] The Consortium Needs You!, get the follow up [66] Stealing from Thieves
  • [66]A Head Full of Ivory, which you can return in immediately, since you’ve been killing Elekks on sight for a while now and should have 3 tusks at least. If you don’t have them it’s no problem, you can turn that quest in later, but you better get serious on the Elekk hunting from now on ! :p

If you got extra 3x tusks, you can turn in more of them for Consortium faction.

Find the Consortium Quartermaster, sell junk and repair.

7. Go south to the Spirit Fields (34,65). The first thing you’re gonna do is look for a group to kill Banthar, a named clefthoof you need for the last clefthoof mastery quest. You can see his patrol route here:

 

Most classes can’t solo it, but you can always try. He’s immune to movement impairing effects and fear, but can be stunned.

In the meantime, you have plenty of things to do in this area :

  • Kill 12 Voidspawns
  • Gather 10 Oshu’gun Crystal Fragments
  • Look for the Murkblood Invaders (there is a map of their pathing above), kill one of them and loot the Murkblood Invasion Plans. Right-click it and start the quest [67]Murkblood Invaders.

If after that you still haven’t found help for Banthar, do the next steps, and keep looking for help, they are still relatively close.

8. Go southeast of Oshu’gun and kill Gava’xi, who spawns at (42,72) and walks to the top of the nearby hill.

9. Go southwest until you reach the edge of the zone (38,82). You can find Shattered Rumblers all along the edge if you go northwest from here. Use your Gordawg’s Boulder on them and they will split into several Minions of Gurok. Kill 30 of them.

10. Go back to Telaar, turn in all the quests and get all the follows ups:

  • [66] Diplomatic Measures
  • [67] Corki’s Ransom
  • [67] Ortor My Old Friend…

Your quest log should look like this at the moment:

 

 

1. Follow the road east to the Burning Blade Ruins. This time we’re not here to kill ogres, but to find Lantresor of the Blade, who is located at the northernmost point of the ruins at (74,63). When you find him, listen to his tale and then turn in the quest [66] Diplomatic Measures, get the 2 follow ups:

  • [66] Armaments for Deception
  • [66] Ruthless Cunning

2. Exit the ruins and go southwest to Kil’sorrow Fortress (70,76). In this fortress, complete those 4 objectives:

  • Kill 15 Kil’sorrow Agents
  • Plant 20 Warmaul Banners on Kil’sorrow agent corpses
  • Gather 20 Kil’sorrow Armaments, they are big crates scattered everywhere in the fortress
  • Kill Giselda the Crone, she can be found inside the biggest building in the southern part of the fortress.

3. Go back to Lantresor and turn in the two quests, get the two follow ups:

  • [66] Body of Evidence
  • [66] Returning the Favor

4. Go to the Throne of the Elements, turn in all the quests, get the follow up [67] Gurok the Usurper. This should make you ding level 67, if it doesn’t, it means you skipped the mana tombs instance, but it’s not a problem, because we’re gonna go to a very good grind spot soon.


Level 67


5. Go west to the Laughing Skull Ruins (50,22). Kill ogres and plant Kil’sorrow Banners on their corpses.
First, clear the way to the Warmaul Pyre (46,24). Use the Damp Woolen Blanket from your inventory, 2 ogres will spawn, defend them while they do their thing until you get a complete message.
Now clear the way towards the northernmost cave of Laughing Skull Ruins, which can be found higher up the hills at (46,19). Inside the cave you should see Zorbo the Advisor, kill him.
Kill ogres and plant banners into their corpses until you finish [66] Wanted: Zorbo the Advisor and [66] Returning the Favor.

6. Next part is probably the funniest, quickiest and most rewarding quest line of all times, but it is also difficult even for a full group for 65-67: The Ring of Blood. You can find the quest giver for this 5-man quest line just west of the Laughing Skull Ring (43,21).
You will have to complete 6 quests, each consisting in defeating a boss mob in the pit just below the quest giver. You will need a full group for level 65+, including a decent tank and a healer. Setting up such a group can take time, so we’re gonna do other things while we try to build up a group for this event. First of all, for those not level 67 yet, grind on ogres until you reach level 67. Go to the next paragraph, and keep looking for a group for the Ring of Blood event.

You also need to finish your mastery quests now, and the last two mobs we need to kill can’t be soloed by most classes, but can be duo’d by any class mix. So look for help for those last two mastery quests while also looking for a Ring of Blood group. The map below shows where Gutripper (windroc mastery) and Bach’lor (Talbuk Mastery) are. So this is the time to call help from your guild and friends, since you’ve got plenty of elite quests to do, you could do them all in one bunch.

 

In the meantime, grinding on those ogres is a good thing because they give good money, cloth, kurenai reputation and ogre warbeads (for consortium reputation).

Aldors: You should grind at the Kil’sorrow Fortress for more Aldor faction.

Both:

If you really can’t find help and are tired of grinding, go to the next paragraph and proceed with the guide, but keep looking for help for the above elite quests!

==Note== You can also try doing the Auchindoun: Sethekk Halls instance from now on. The two quests can be picked up in front of the instance. So if you see a group forming up, feel free to join it.

 

1. Head west of the Laughing Skull Ruins, to an area with Greater Windrocs and Aged Clefthoofs (36,19). Kill them all, luckily one of them will drop what we need for [67] Vision of the Dead. If not, just move on, we’ll kill more of them later on.

2. Head further west to another area with Windrocs and Clefhoofs (33,22), kill them too if you still need either of their drops. Still no luck? No problem, move on.

3. Go south, stay close to the mountain on your right-hand side, kill windrocs and clefthoofs as you go (if you still need them). You should soon find a path going up to Warmaul Hills (30,32). You should find a Mountain Gronn roaming up and down that path. Kill one, they are elite but can be soloed rather easily. Loot a Mountain Gronn Eyeball from it.

4. Move up the slope, kill ogres while looking for Telaar Supply Crates.
After a little while, on your right-hand side you should see a path going up and northwest. Follow it.

5. You should soon reach a plateau, on the southern side of it is a cave entrance (27,23), that’s where we need to go for [67] Corki’s Ransom. To the left of the cave is a path going up, that’s where the giant you need to summon and kill for [67] Gurok the Usurper. However you need 2 or 3 people for Gurok the Usurper, so check if there are any people interested for it. In the meantime, go inside the cave and save Corki, he’s at the southeasternmost point of the cave. He’s guarded by an elite ogre but he’s easy enough to solo, or you can porlymorph, sap, fear him while freeing Corki. Up to you. Turn in [67] Corki’s Ransom and get the follow up [67] Cho’war the Pillager.

6. Now all you have to do is finish gathering 20 Telaar Supply Crates while looking for people interested in doing either [67] Cho’war the Pillager or [67] Gurok the Usurper. Cho’war requires 2 or 3 people and is in the last cave on top of the mountain, to access it you have to go back to the previous plateau and go through the nothern cave.
One thing about Gurok if you do it, make sure to tell your group to fight with their backs to the mountain, because Gurok likes to knockback, and it will throw you off the mountain to a certain death.
In any case, if you can’t find help for those two quests, just forget it and save them for level 70. Proceed to the next step.

==Note== You should already have 10 Obsidian Warbeads for the quest [67] Fierce Enemies at this point. If you don’t, kill ogres in this area and finish it before you leave.

7. Get off the mountain, kill Windrocs if you still need their drop.

8. If you still need the drop from the Aged Clefthoof, a couple of them can be found near Forge Camp: Fear and Forge Camp: Hate.

9. Go to Sunspring Post (32,40). Clear the way to the main big building and kill Ortor. He has two guards, you can either kill Ortor fast and run away, or you can polymorph/sap him and kill his guards first. Both methods work.

==Note== Kill Aged Clefthoofs on the way if you still don’t have the drop, this is our last chance to finish the quest. It is rumored that Aged Clefthoofs share their spawn locations with Living Cyclones. So kill cyclones if you are having troubles to find Aged Clefthoofs, and they should spawn eventually.

10. Mount up and go to Aeris Landing (31,58). Turn in the three quests.

11. Go back to Telaar, turn in all quests.
Get the following new quests:

  • [67] Wanted: Durn the Hungerer
  • [67] Visions of Destruction

Don’t get the other quest.

1. No map needed for this short circuit, we already know the locations. Exit Telaar by the northern bridge and go to the abandonned armory (52,57). Turn in [67] Vision of the Dead, get the follow up [67] Levixus the Soul Caller. We won’t be doing this quest in the guide, save it for level 70.

2. (optional) If you did the quest [67] Gurok the Usurper, go to the Throne of the Elements and turn it in. If not, save it for level 70.

3. Go to the Nesingwary Safari, turn in all the quests, get the last quest of the chain: [68] The Ultimate Bloodsport.

4. Go to the Burning Blade Ruins, clear to Lantresor of the Blade and turn in both quests, get the follow up [66] Message to Telaar.

5. Ride back to Telaar, turn in Turn in [66] Message to Telaar.

6. We are gonna do one last thing in Nagrand: kill Tusker and possibly Durn the Hungerer.
Tusker is easily duoable (and can even be soloed by some classes). Durn the Hungerer on the other hand requires at least 3 people, including a tank and a healer.
Tusker can be found on top of a hill northeast of Oshu’gun at (43,65).
Durn the Hungerer makes a full circle around Oshu’gun.
If you can’t find enough people for Durn the Hungerer, just move on and save it for level 70.
You should really do tusker though, it’s quite easy with two people and the rewards are quite nice.

7. Go turn in Durn the Hungerer at Telaar (if you did it) and then go to Nesingwary Safari, turn in Tusker. We are done with Nagrand! Time to move to the next zone: Blade’s Edge Mountains.

Hearthstone to Shattrath. Sell and repair, make space in your bags, etc.

When you’re ready to go again, fly to Orebor Harborage, Zangarmarsh. Get the quest [65] No Time for Curiosity.

Follow the path east going up to the mountains. Get the quest [65] Killing the Crawlers at the entrance to the tunnel. Go through the tunnel while killing 6 Cavern Crawlers.

After the tunnel, stay on the path until you reach Sylvanaar (37,67). Turn in your quests and get all the quests available. You should have 6 quests listed under Blade’s Edge Mountains in your quest log. Also get the new flight path and make this inn your home location.

 

1. Head south, kill as many Groverstalker Lynx as you can on the way. Follow the road until you see a path going up on your right-hand side (37,75). Enter Veil Lashh, go towards the tree house and kill birdmen until you have 18 Plucked Lashh’an Feathers. Once you got them, go up the tree house and find this book:

 

Open it, turn in the quest, get the follow up [66] Scratches.
Now just under the treehouse you should find a green arcane circle on the floor:

 

Stand on it and use the Fistful of Feathers from your inventory, you should receive a 10 minute buff.

2. Mount up, go back to Sylvanaar quickly. Go next to Darnelle, a dryad standing in front of the biggest building. Shortly after the quest will be complete and you can turn in the quest.

3. Go back outside and kill Lynxs until you finish [66] The Encroaching Wilderness, then go back to Sylvanaar, turn it in and get the follow up [66] Marauding Wolves.

4. Head east across the bridge, you should enter some woods called Jagged Ridge (51,65). Kill 4 Thunderlord Dire Wolves to complete [66] Marauding Wolves.

5. Head south to the tunnel entrance at (52,75). You should find a big black wolf called Rema there, kill it.
Hearthstone back to Sylvanaar, turn in the two quests, get the follow up [66] Protecting Our Own.

6. Go right outside Sylvanaar and look for Grove Seedlings:

 

Right-click five of them. Go back to Sylvanaar, turn in the quest and get the follow up [66] A Dire Situation.

7. Go southeast and find the path (39,74) leading down to the Bloodmaul Ravine. Clear the way towards the southern part of the ravine, and use Rina’s Diminution Powder on every Bloodmaul Dire Wolf you see (you have to be in melee range). Also look for Bloodmaul Brew Kegs on the way.

8. At the end of the ravine you should find a cave entrance (43,80). Enter it, and look for Draenethyst Mine Crystals:

 

Gather 5 of them. Get out of the mine and finish the 3 other quests: [66] Strange Brew, [66] The Bloodmaul Ogres and [66] A Dire Situation.

9. Go back to Sylvanaar, turn in all quests, get all the follow ups:

  • [66] The Bladespire Ogres
  • [66] Getting the Bladespire Tanked

 

1. Go back down to Bloodmaul Ravine, this time go north and keep going for a while until you find Vindicator Vuuleen on the left side of the road (44,52). Get her quest [65] The Trappings of a Vindicator.

2. Clear the way west/southwest inside Bladespire Grounds to a rather large building at (39,54). There are 5 ogres inside the building, 2 non elite, 2 elites and the named you need: Droggam.
First, kill the 2 non elites. Then to pull Droggam solo, get as close as you can without entering their aggro radius, and use a charge of your Bloodmaul Brutebane Keg. Droggam will come solo, kill him and loot Vindicator Vuuleen’s Blade. The radius of attraction of the beer seems to be 30 yard, which is more than enough since those ogres have an aggro range of 15 yards or so.

3. Clear the way southeast to another big building at (42,57). This is the same scenario as the previous building, kill 2 non elite ogres, lure Mugdorg with a beer and kill him. Loot Vindicator Vuuleen’s Shield.

4. Go back to Vindicator Vuuleen, turn in the quest and get the follow up [67] Gorr’Dim, Your Time Has Come…

5. Clear the way west/northwest to another of those big buildings (40,49). Kill the 2 non elites, lure Gorr’Dim with booze, kill him, you know the drill. Go back to Vindicator Vuuleen, turn in the quest and get the follow up [67] Planting the Banner.

6. Clear the way southwest towards a 2-story building (39,58). Go to the 2nd floor (the stairs leading up are actually outside the building) and kill a Bladespire Champion, loot the Bladespire Clan Banner.

Now get 2 more ogres drunk to complete [66] Getting the Bladespire Tanked and kill a few more ogres to complete [66] The Bladespire Ogres.

7. Go east and get out of Bladespire Grounds, mount up and go south to (46,74) where you should see a tower. Go to the top of the tower, and before you plant the Bladespire Clan Banner, here are a few tips:

  • This quest is soloable by pretty much every class, but it can be difficult.
  • After you plant the ogre banner, you’ll have to fight 4 waves of ogres (2 Ogres, 3 ogres, 3 ogres, 1 Named ogre), non elite.
  • You can actually go down halfway on the tower and eat/drink between waves. The ogres won’t notice you there while they are going to the top of the tower, because they only become agressive once they are on top.
  • Save your pots/cooldowns for wave 2 and 3. The named, Gurn, isn’t that hard. He comes solo and can be kited, feared, stunned, etc.
  • I haven’t tried it, but it is rumored that if you die and run back quickly from the graveyard, you can continue the event where you left off.

Good luck!

When you finish it, loot the Helm of Gurn Grubnosh.
Hearthstone to Sylvanaar.
Turn in the 3 quests, get the follow up [67] Where Did Those Darn Gnomes Go?.

 

1. Mount up, head east across the bridge, then go southeast until you find R-3DO (55,73). Turn in and get the follow up [67] Follow the Breadcrumbs.

2. Now follow the bread crumbs (they look more like little white stones) and you should find Toshley’s Station (60,68). Turn in the quest and get all the quests available here as well as the new flight path. You should have 4 quests listed under Blade’s Edge Mountains in your quest log.
Find Rally Zabnapper, he stands next to one of those big machines. Talk to him and tell him you’re ready for a flight. Go back to the station and turn in, get the follow up [64] Test Flight: The Singing Ridge.
Go to the Inn, set it as your new home location.

3. Go north until you find the ogre camp called Bladespire Outpost (58,61). Look for Power Converters, they are scattered all over the camp.

 

When you right-click one, an electroelemental will spawn, use your Protovoltaic Magneto Collector on them and kill them. It’s better to get the electroelementals down to low HP before using the Magneto on them, because they do more damage afterwards. Repeat this 5 times to complete [67] Picking Up Some Power Converters.

4. Go back to Toshley’s Station, turn in [67] Picking Up Some Power Converters, get the follow up [67] Ride the Lightning. Two new quests should be available now: [67] Ridgespine Menace and [67] Cutting Your Teeth. Get both of them.
Right-click Tally’s Waiver in your inventory and talk to Rally Zapnabber, take a flight to Singing Ridge. You will land in an area where we need to quest, how convenient!

5. There are 3 types of mobs we need to kill in this area:

  • Scalewing Serpents, but don’t forget to activate your Repolarized Magneto Sphere when you fight serpents. You can deactivate the sphere by right clicking the buff when you need to move.
    Tip for healers: Just activate the sphere, attack one serpent and heal yourself while he nukes you 25 times, much easier this way.
  • Ridgespine Stalkers, those are a bit tricky to find, they are stealthed and can mostly be found near the edges.
  • Daggermaw Lashtails

WARNING: Beware of Maggoc, a big gronn who roams around here, he hits for 3K+ on cloth. Watch your back 😛

Don’t go in the blueish area south of here for now, you won’t find the mobs we need there. Go northwards and kill as many mobs as needed to complete the 3 quests:

[67] Ridgespine Menace, [67] Cutting Your Teeth and [67] Ride the Lightning.

6. Go south to the nether drake area (67,75). Kill Crystal Flayers and look for Nether Drake Eggs. When you open the egg, a whelp will spawn. Use your Temporal Phase Modulator on it and it will turn into one of the 3 types of nether drakes you need for [67] What Came First, the Drake or the Egg? Kill it and loot its essence.

Tip: You can use the modulator several times on the same drake, until you get the type of drake you need. You just have to wait 10 seconds for the cooldown. In the meantime, you can CC the drake (root, hibernate, trap, or just tank it).

Go west/northwest while opening eggs and killing stuff until you finish [67] What Came First, the Drake or the Egg? and [67] Crystal Clear. Then go back to Toshley’s Station. You should be level 68 by now.


Level 68


At Toshley’s Station, turn in all the quests, get all the follow ups:

  • [64] Test Flight: Razaan’s Landing
  • [67] Gauging the Resonant Frequency
  • [67] More than a Pound of Flesh
  • [67] Trapping the Light Fantastic

Sell junk and repair.

 

1. Go to Rally Zabnapper, take a flight to Razaan’s Landing. Clear the way inside the camp (67,45) and use your Multi-Spectrum Light Trap at various places, it will catch those purple fireflies if they are close enough. You can find a lot of them near the “stargate” at (67,42):

 

Also kill Fiendling Flesh Beasts and loot their Ether-Energized Flesh.
Stay in this area until you finish [67] More than a Pound of Flesh and [67] Trapping the Light Fantastic.

2. Go north of Razaan’s Landing and kill Fel Corrupters until one drops a Damaged Mask. Right-click it to start the quest [68] Damaged Mask.

3. Hearthstone back to Toshley’s Station, turn in all the quests, get the follow up [68] Show Them Gnome Mercy!.

4. Mount up, ride south to the singing ridge (61,76). Clear a large area (about 5-7 mobs should do), and then plant your Oscillating Frequency Scanners like on the picture shown below. You can’t plant a scanner within 25 yard of another, and you will see a red negative debuff when you are too close. Your goal is to be standing in the middle of 5 scanners at the same time. It’s easy but you must hurry up because each scanner only lasts 3.5 minutes. Basically try to draw a pentagon, and then stand in the middle of it and you’ll get a quest complete message.

 

Go back to Toshley’s Station, turn in the quest. Go see the gnome and ask him to send you to Razaan’s Landing again.

5. This time go to the middle of the camp at (66,44), where you should see a stargate. Kill a lot of Razaani agents in this area and Nexus-Prince Razaan will come through the stargate eventually. There’s a trick to know approximately how much more you need to kill. Behind the gate is a tube with white smoke in it. When the tube is full, that means the prince is about to come.

 

Kill him, and then a cube will appear above his corpse, loot it and you’ll receive a Collection of Souls.

6. Go back to Toshley’s Station, turn in [68] Show Them Gnome Mercy! Sell junk and repair, get the last test flight quest [64] Test Flight: Ruuan Weald.
Before you take the last flight, you must know one thing. This time while flying, you need to right-click the Nether-weather Vane in your inventory, or the quest will not be completed.

7. You will land in Evergrove. Turn in the quests you have and get all the other quests as well as the new flight path. You should now have 8 quests listed under Blade’s Edge Mountains in your log:

  • [66] Creating the Pendant
  • [67] A Date with Dorgok
  • [67] A Time for Negotiation…
  • [67] Crush the Bloodmaul Camp!
  • [67] Culling the Wild
  • [67] From the Ashes
  • [67] Little Embers
  • [68] Felsworn Gas Mask

Make Evergrove your new home location. You can fly to Shattrath, take a portal and go train if you wish to do so. When you’re ready to go again, hearthstone back to Evergrove.

 

1. First we’re going to find Overseer Nuaar, an NPC who walks up and down the path west of Evergrove, and also south of evergrove. Talk to him and go back to Evergrove, turn in the quest and get the follow up [67] …and a Time for Action. Also get [67] Poaching from Poachers from Samia Inkling.

2. Start west of the town and go north, killing every Wyrmcult Poacher and Wyrmcult Hewer on your way. You should also find a meeting note on one of the Wyrmcult agents, right-click it to start the quest [67] Did You Get The Note?.

3. When you’re done with [67] …and a Time for Action and [67] Poaching from Poachers, go to Veil Ruan (65,31), which is just northeast of Evergrove. Kill arrakoas there until you got 6 Ruuan’ok Claws. Then go to the arcane circle in the middle of the pond, clear the mobs around it, get full HP/mana and use the claws. A Harbinger of the Raven will fly down and attack you, kill it and loot the Harbinger’s Pendant.

4. Go west/northwest and find a path leading down at (62,30). Go all the way down, kill any ogres standing in your way. When you reach the bottom of the ravine, go northwest and clear the way to a two-story ogre building at (55,25). Go to the 2nd floor and kill Dorgok. Loot Gorgrom’s Favor off his corpse, right-click it and start the quest [67] Favor of the Gronn.
Kill the remaining ogres you need for [67] Crush the Bloodmaul Camp!.

5. Hearthstone back to Evergrove. Turn in all the quests, get all the follow ups:

  • [68] Whelps of the Wyrmcult
  • [68] Whispers of the Raven God
  • [67] Pay the Baron a Visit
  • [67] Wyrmskull Watcher

6. First of all, go to Wildlord Antelarion and ask him for a new Gas Mask. Destroy the old one if you still have it, they have a one hour duration.
East of Evergrove you should see a path going up the mountains, take it.

==Note== From now on, kill Felsworn Daggermaws, Felsworn Scalewings and Fel Corrupters on sight, until you finish the quest [67] Culling the Wild.

When you’re up on the plateau, go east/southeast to Forge Camp: Anger. Clear the way to the legion communicator (73,40)

 

You must not be on your mount and you must not be in any shapeshifted form before you put on the Gas Mask. Put on the gas mask and a question mark should pop above the Legion Communicator. Right-click it, turn in the quest and get the follow up [68] Deceive thy Enemy.
Now kill 4 Doomforge Attendants and 4 Doomforge Engineer, go back to the Legion Communicator, re-equip the Gas Mask (if you unequipped it), turn in the quest and get the follow up [68] You’re Fired!
You can re-equip your normal helm now. Kill 5 Anger Guards, they can mostly be found on the front area of Forge Camp: Fear and they always drop a Camp Anger Key. Once you got 5 keys, locate the 5 Legion Obelisks

 

Once you know where they are, you must activate all 5 as fast as you can. I suggest to start with the southernmost one. If you are fast enough, the 5 obelisks will activate a demon gate and Doomcryer will come through it. Kill her, she’s elite but can be soloed by most classes, she can be kited, stunned, rooted, etc. Just make sure you fight her solo.
Once she’s dead, get out of Forge Camp Anger.

7. Go north while killing everything you still need for [67] Culling the Wild. When done with that, go further north to Skald (73,24). In skald, you must find the 3 Fertile Volcanic Soils and right-click them.

The southern one is at (72,22), the central one is at (72,20), the northern one is at (72,19).
When done with that, kill Scorch Imps until you finish [67] Little Embers.

Hearthstone back to Evergrove.

Turn in all quests, get the follow up [68] Death’s Door.
Sell junk and repair.

 

1. Follow the way south of evergrove and get down the mountain. When you’re down in the ravine, go west until you reach the Circle of Blood, where you should find Baron Sablemane (53,41). Turn in the quest and get the follow up [67] Into the Churning Gulch.

2. Go southwest to the Churning Gulch (50,42). Kill Crust Bursters until you got 7 Crust Burster Venom Glands.
Go back to Baron Sablemane, turn in and get the follow up.

3. Go southeast of the circle of blood till you see a big gronn called Grulloc (61,47). You should see Grulloc’s Sack at his feet. Target Grulloc and use the Sablemane’s Sleeping Powder, this will put him to sleep. You have 30 seconds to loot Grulloc’s Sack and run away.
Warning: he might resist the sleeping powder, but you can re-cast it immediately and there is 3 charges on it, so it should be no problem.

4. Go back to Baron Sablemane, turn in the quest get the follow up [67] It’s a Trap!

5. Ride back to Evergrove, turn in, get the follow ups [68] Gorgrom the Dragon-Eater and [68] Slaughter at Boulder’mok.

Sell junk and repair.

 

1. Follow the path west of Evergrove and cross Wyrmskull Bridge. At the other end of it you should find Watcher Moonshade (50,36). Turn in and get the follow up [67] Longtail is the Lynchpin.
Enter the tunnel. Clear the way through it and find Draaca Longtail, kill her.
Go back to Watcher Moonshade, turn in [67] Longtail is the Lynchpin, get the follow up [68] Meeting at the Blackwing Coven.

2. Go back in the tunnel and go through it until find the exit. Then go north/northwest to Grishnath (42,23). Kill arrakoas until you receive a 2 minute buff called Understanding Ravenspeech. With that buff, you should be able to see where the prophecies are on your minimap. The prophecies look like this.

 

  • The 1st Prophecy is at (39, 17) on top of one of the treehouses.
  • The 2nd Propecy is at (42, 22) on top of one of the treehouses.
  • The 3rd Prophecy is on the ground near the pond at (41,19).
  • The 4th Prophecy is on the ground in the southern part of the camp (40, 23).

While gathering prophecies, you should find an Orb of the Grishna on one of the arrakoas. Right-click it to start the quest [68] The Truth Unorbed.

3. Go southwest and follow the road towards the cave at (32,31). Kill Wyrmcult Agents and enter the cave. Inside the cave always keep right, kill wyrmcult agents and use your Blackwhelp Net on the Wyrmcult Blackwhelps to trap them. You can also walk near the eggs on the floor to spawn more whelps.
Keep to the right and clear the way and you should eventually find Kolphis Darkscale.
!!Don’t attack him or get too close to him!!, you must first disguise yourself. You should already have 5x Costume Scraps (if you don’t, go kill more wyrmcult agents), right-click the costume scraps, an Overseer Costume should appear in your bags. Use it, go talk to Korphis Darkscale, go through is dialog quickly because you only have 3 minutes until your disguise wears off.
Now gather the last few Wyrmcult Blackwhelps you might still need (using the net breaks the disguise, so be careful).

4. Hearthstone back to Evergrove. Turn in all 4 quests, get the follow ups:

  • [68] Maxnar Must Die!
  • [68] Treebole Must Know

Sell junk and repair.

 

1. Go back through the tunnel, exit it and follow the road until you find Treebole (37,23), he should appear on your minimap. Turn in [68] Treebole Must Know, get the follow up [68] Exorcising the Trees.

2. Go northeast to Grishnath, gather 5 Grishnath Orbs

 

3. Go southwest to the area shown on the map (37,29) and look for Dire Ravens. Kill them until one drops a Dire Pinfeather. Right-click your Grishnath Orbs and it will combine it with a Dire Pinfeather to create an Exorcism Feather. Use this Exorcism Feather on a Raven’s Wood Leafbeards (found in the same area) and kill the Koi-Koi Spirit which spawns.
Repeat this step 5 times to complete [68] Exorcising the Trees.

4. Go back to Treebole, turn in [68] Exorcising the Trees.

5. Go west to Boulder’mok (31,24). Locate Gorgrom’s Altar.

 

Clear all the ogres in a large radius around it and keep killing ogres until you got 3 Grisly Totems.
Then right-click Gorgrom’s Altar. Gorgrom himself will show up and die to the trap you laid. When Gorgrom is dead, go next to his corpse and drop the 3 Grisly Totems you gathered earlier.
Keep killing ogres until you finish [68] Slaughter at Boulder’mok. Destroy any extra grisly totem you might have.

6. Go south to the wyrmcult cave. Enter the cave and keep going right, you can hug the left wall so that you don’t have to fight Kolphis Darkscale. If you managed to gather another 5 costume scraps, use them and disguise yourself, this will save us much time. Go to the end of the cave and kill Maxnar the Ashmaw (34,36).

Hearthstone back to Evergrove. Turn in the all 3 quests, get the follow up [67] Baron Sablemane Has Requested Your Presence.

Sell junk and repair. Destroy any extra costume scraps you might have.

 

1. Go to Baron Sablemane. Turn in [67] Baron Sablemane Has Requested Your Presence, get the follow up [67] Massacre at Gruul’s Lair. You can solo this next step but it will be much less painful if you get a group for it. Not to mention the next step has to be done in a group (minimum 2 players, easier with 3+), so better get one now and do the follow up quest with them. The rewards of the follow up quest are really nice so it’s worth it.

2. Go north to Soulgrinder’s Barrow (58,25). Kill what you need for [67] Massacre at Gruul’s Lair besides Fingrom.

3. Go kill Fingrom, he can be found on the 2nd floor of the house at (66,20).

4. Go back to Baron Sablemane, turn in [67] Massacre at Gruul’s Lair, get the follow up [70]Showdown.

5. Go back to Gruul’s Lair and locate the altar at (64,18). Wait till your group is full HP/Mana and ready then use Sablemane’s Signet. Goc will spawn, do NOT attack him, let Baron Sablemane take the aggro and tank him. Goc is Level 70 and has around 130k HP so you need to burn him down quick before he kills Sablemane, without pulling aggro. You can’t heal Baron Sablemane.

When done, go back to Baron Sablemane, turn in [70]Showdown, which should make you ding level 69.


Level 69


 

1. Go back to Evergrove, fly to Shattrath, take a portal to a city and go train new skills, re-stock consumables, make space in your bags, etc.
When ready, hearthstone back to Evergrove.

2. Fly to Toshley’s Station.

3. If your class can levitate, just levitate down to Death’s Door. If your class doesn’t have any sort of levitation spell, mount up and ride to the cave at (54,62). Clear the way through the cave and you should be in Death’s Door.

4. In Death’s Door, right-click the Druid Signal in your bags, an Evergrove Druid should fly down to you. Turn in [68] Death’s Door, get the follow up [68] Harvesting the Fel Ammunition.

Start killing everything besides Void Terrors (those ugly demon dogs) while going south. Keep killing stuff until you got 5 Fel Cannonballs.
When done with that, use your Druid Signal again, turn in [68] Harvesting the Fel Ammunition, get the follow up [68] Fire At Will!

5. Clear the way to the southern fel cannon (65,68). Once you’ve located it, read the next paragraph before you take control of the cannon.

To destroy the warp-gate, you have to take control of a fel cannon. When you use your Naturalized Ammunition, you will take control of the cannon and a pet bar will appear (this also means hunters, frost mages and warlocks cannot use their pets).

The pet bar looks like this:

 

We will mostly use the ability #4 “Artillery on the warp gate”.
As soon as you take control of the cannon, use it. It is on a 15 second cooldown and you must use it everytime it is ready. That’s the easiest way to succeed.

Imps will come out of the warp-gate and suicide-bomb the cannon. Each time an imp manages to explode on the cannon, it will take out about 6-7% of the cannon’s total health. So you can let about 15 imps reach the cannon, which is more than enough, since you should be able to kill most of them beore they reach it anyway.
The imps’ explosion is mitigated by armor, so warriors in def stance, bears and paladins shouldn’t have much troubles surviving them.
The imps have about 475HP. If you one-shot them, they don’t explode. Basically it’s simple, kill as many imps as you can, try to one-shot them, and keep firing the Artillery everytime it’s up. Another tip, especially for melee classes, if you get low on health, you can back off and bandage/eat, the cannon can take a beating. The only real difficulty is when a dog spawns instead of an imp, dogs have a lot more HP than imps. Warlocks can banish the dog, but for other classes the best option would be to kill it fast and let the cannon take a beating from the imps.

Tips:

Mages: Scorch / Fireblast is enough to kill imps. Easy job.
Shamans: One earth shock is enough. You can also drop a stoneclaw totem near the gate, the imps will suicide on it. You can also use your earth elemental if the coolodwn is ready, of course 😛
Rogues: If dagger specced, you can just stand infront of the cannon, wait for the imps to come and backstab them whenever you have enough energy.
If not dagger specced, try to oneshot them with sinister strike, if you get low health, move away, bandage up, get back in.
Warriors: Victory Rush!
Paladins: Put on some +dmg gear, shock, exorcism, consecration, easy job for paladins.
Druids: Balance druids, just moonfire away. Resto druids, you can heal the cannon with Rejuv and Lifebloom. Ferals, just go bear and take the explosions, swipe away. Back off and heal if needed.
Warlocks: Searing Pain
Hunters: Drop a frost trap in front of the gate at the start, then just bow shoot away
Priests: You can either mind flay/shadow word: death the imps, or you can just keep the cannon alive with Prayer of Mending, Renew and PowerWord:Shield

When you’re ready, clear around the cannon, get full HP/mana and right-click your Naturalized Ammunition.

6. Go to the northern cannon (62,60) and do the same thing. When done, call your druid and turn in [68] Fire At Will!, get the follow up [68] The Hound-Master.

7. Clear to the demon portal northeast of the canon, and when only Baelmon the Hound-Master is left, get full HP/mana, target Baelmon the Hound Master and use the Evergrove Wand. Two treants will attack him, let them tank and help them kill Baelmon, just be careful not to pull aggro from them and it will be an easy fight.
When Baelmon is defeated, hearthstone back to Evergrove.

Turn in [68] The Hound-Master.

We’re done with Blade’s Edge Mountains!

Sell junk and repair. Mount up, follow the road east, and then north, all the way to Netherstorm.

 

1. In Netherstorm, while crossing the bridge, get the quest [68] Off To Area 52. (If the quest doesn’t appear, check your quest log to see if you have [67] A Mystifying Vision or [67] Report to Spymaster Thalodien. If you do, abandon it and the quest should now be available)

2. Ride southeast to Area 52 (32,66). Turn in [68] Off To Area 52 and get all the quests. You should have 7 quests listed under Netherstorm in your quest log.

Go to the inn and make it your home location.
Get the new flight path.

3. Go southeast to (35,74). You should find plenty of Shaleskin Flayers in this area, kill them till you got 5 Shaleskin Shale. Then go back to Area 52, turn in and get the follow up [68] That Little Extra Kick.

4. Go southeast to the Arklon Ruins and clear the way to (41,72) where you should see a brazier.

 

Clear the mobs around it and then use your Conjuring Powder, which will summon Ekkorash the Inquisitor. Kill her and loot Archmage Vargoth’s Staff.

Just a little further east in the ruins you should find Pentatharon (43,72). Kill him and loot Arklon Crystal Artifact.

5. Just east of where you fought Pentatharon you should find Nether Rays (45,72). There should be half a dozen of them here, kill them all, it doesn’t matter if you don’t complete [68] That Little Extra Kick. Don’t wait on respawns.
Hearthstone back to Area 52. Turn in all the quests and get all the follow ups.

 

==Note== Green is for Scryers / Orange is for Aldors

1. Scryers: Go west and find Captain Arathyn. He’s on a small hill with 2 ballistas at (28,65). Kill him and loot the B’Naar Personnel Roster.

Aldors: Go west to Manaforge B’naar (27,65), kill 8 Sunfury Magisters and 8 Sunfury Bloodwarders.

Both: While near Manaforge B’naar, if you find an Arcane Annihilator, try to kill it and loot an Annihilator Servo from it. It is elite ranged classes can kite it to death. For other classes, it might be more difficult, try to get help and kill one. If you can’t find help, no worries for now, we’ll have more opportunities to kill one later.

2. Go southeast to The Heap (29,78). Kill Zaxxis agents until you have 10 Zaxxis Insignias and gather up 10 pieces of Ethereal Technology

 

3. (Optional) While in the area, you might see Netherock, a big elite rock giant. He roams goes back and forth along the southern edge of this island, in between The Heap and the Arklon Ruins. Most classes can solo him. He’s immune to movement impairing effects but doesn’t hit that hard. He can also be kited to Area 52 where the guards will help you. At 75%/50%/25% HP he spawns an add, ignore them and just burn Netherock down. Just make sure you don’t attack him if there’s any thunder elemental or rock elemental near him, because they will link.

4. Ride back to Area 52, turn in all quests and get all follows ups.

No map needed for the next circuit.

1. Scryers: Go to Manaforge B’naar (25,67). Kill Sunfury Magisters until one drops a Bloodgem Shard and also kill what you need for [68] High Value Targets. The warp-masters and warp-engineers can mostly be found inside the building. The geologists are mostly on the southeastern side of the manaforge (26,70).
Once you got a Bloodgem Shard, go near one of those big floating red crystals

 

Use the Bloodgem Shard, this should complete [68] Blood Gem Crystals.
Finish [68] High Value Targets too before you move on to the next paragraph.

Aldors: Go back to Manaforge B’naar, clear the way till you’re inside the manaforge. Find the controle console in the center of the room, it is a big purple crystal, can’t miss it. Right-click it and you should get a quest complete message for [68] Naaru Technology.
When done with that, get out of the Manaforge and go to the 4 pipelines around it and use your Warp-attuned Orb.
Here are the locations of the 4 pipelines:

  • Northern Pipeline (25,60)
  • Eestern Pipeline (28,71)
  • Southern Pipeline (20,71)
  • Western Pipeline (20,67)

Both:

2. (optional) Southeast of Manaforge B’Naar you should find a goblin at (26,77) with a quest [68] It’s a Fel Reaver, But with Heart. Normally you can’t solo it, but there’s a trick. Here’s how: go next to the Scrapped Fel Reaver and use the Fel Zapper, then go back quickly to the goblin. Wait there and do not attack the fel reaver or the zaxxis ambusher and after about 5-6 minutes they will despawn. Then just kill the Scrapped Fel Reaver and loot its heart. Simple enough? You can even kill the Zaxxis agents east of the goblin while waiting, since you need them for the next step, but don’t go too far though. Another thing, you must not get out of combat once you’ve attacked the Fel Reaver, or it will reset the whole thing.
The only problem with this strategy is that if anyone else attacks the fel reaver during that time, you won’t complete the quest, so this is not really viable during peak time. However, during peak times you might find people to group with and do it. In any case, if you don’t feel like waiting 5 minutes, just leave that quest for now, you can come back and do it at level 70.

3. Just a little southeast of the goblin tent you should find Warp-Raider Nesaad (28,79). Kill him.

4. Hearthstone back to Area 52, turn in all quests, get all the follow ups.

 

1. Go north to the Ruins of Enkkat (31,57) where you should find two quest givers. Don’t take the quest given by the robot yet, just take [68] Recharging the Batteries. Read this paragraph first. The quest given by the robot is an escort, and the cool thing is, you can pretty much complete the 2 following quests while doing the escort:

  • [69] Rebuilding the Staff by killing ghosts during the escort and looting their crystals.
  • [68] You’re Hired! by looting Etherlithium Matrix Crystals which are scattered all across the ruins.

Just let the robot go infront and take the first hit, he’s pretty tough and you can let him tank stuff while looting crystals.
Knowing that, get full HP/Mana and start the escort quest [68] Mark V is Alive!.

After completing the escort, turn it in.

2. Go north until you hit the edge (31,51). You should find Phase Hunters and Nether Rays there. You have to kill both, however, you must use your Battery Recharging Blaster on the Phase Hunters when they are below 30% HP before killing them.
Go west/southwest while staying close to the edge and killing phase hunters and nether rays, as shown on the map.
Keep doing this until you finish [68] Recharging the Batteries and [68] That Little Extra Kick.

3. You should be rather close to Manaforge B’naar after finishing the two quests above. So go further south/southeast and enter the Manaforge building.
Find Overseer Theredis, he is in the southeastern wing. Kill him and loot the B’naar Access Crystal.
Go to the B’naar Control Console, it’s that big purple crystal in the middle of the building

 

Kill any nearby sunfury agent, get full HP/mana.
Right-click the crystal and choose “Begin Emergency Shutdown”. Sunfury Technicians will come and try to abort the shutdown, attack them quickly to interrupt their channeling and after 2 minutes or so you should get a complete messsage.

4. Hearthstone back to Area 52. Turn in all quests and get all follow ups.
Use Archmage Vargoth’s Staff, turn in [68] Curse of the Violet Tower, get the follow up [69] The Sigil of Krasus.

Sell junk and repair. Make as much space as you can in your bags, this will be a long circuit.

 

1. Go north to (33,59) where you’ll find a long crack with Mana Wraiths around. Kill them until you got 7 Mana Wraith Essences.

2. Go northwest to Bot-Specialist Alley (31,57), turn in [68] Recharging the Batteries.

3. Go back to Area 52, turn in and get the follow up [68] Elemental Power Extraction.

4. Go south of area 52, all the way down to the cliff edge (36,78). Kill Sundered Rumblers and Warp Aberrations and use your Elemental Power Extractor on them before they die. After their death, look for a blue shard next to their corpse and loot it.

 

Do this 5 times and you should complete [68] Elemental Power Extraction.

5. Go northeast to the Ruins of Arklon (40,73). Look for the following 4 items and right-click them:

  • Multi-Spectrum Terrain Analyzer (40,73)
  • Servo-Pneumatic Dredging Claw (41,72)
  • Hyper Rotational Dig-A-Matic (41,74)
  • Big Wagon Full of Explosives (42,72)

They are rather big and easy to see.

6.

Scryers:

6.a Hearthstone back to Area 52. Go talk to Veronia, who stands next to the flight master. Tell her you’re ready. This will make you fly to Manaforge Coruu. Turn in [69] Behind Enemy Lines, get the follow up [68] A Convincing Disguise.

==Note== If you didn’t kill an Arcane Annihilator yet, now is your chance, there is one roaming inside manaforge Coruu, try to kill one while doing the following steps.

6.b Go kill Sunfury Arcanists just northwest of where you landed, until one of them drops a Sunfury Arcanist Robes. Then go kill Guardsmen and Researchers until they drop their respective item. Guardsmen are mostly found guarding the doors of Manaforge Coruu. Researchers are mostly found inside the building. Once you have completed [68] A Convincing Disguise, go back to Caledis at the previous landing spot (48,87) and turn in, get the follow up [68] Information Gathering.

6.c Use your Sunfury Disguise, go back inside the Manaforge and go listen to the conversation between Arcanist Ardonis and Commander Dawnforge, who are in the southwestern wing (48,84). Beware of the Arcane Annihilators, they can see through the disguise. When you got the quest complete message, go back to Caledis, turn in the quest, get the follow up [69] Shutting Down Manaforge Coruu.

Aldors:

6.d Go southeast across the bridge and further southeast to Manaforge Coruu (47,84)

==Note== If you didn’t kill an Arcane Annihilator yet, now is your chance, there is one roaming inside manaforge Coruu, try to kill one while doing the following step.

Both:

7. Go inside Manaforge Coruu. Find and kill Overseer Seylanna, who can generally be found near the center of the building. Loot the Coruu Access Crystal from her. Clear any nearby mob, get full HP/mana, and then right-click the Controle Console, start the emergency shut down. Kill technicians as they come until you get a complete message.

Scryers: Go back to Caledis, turn in [69] Shutting Down Manaforge Coruu, get the follow up [68] Return to Thalodien.

Both:

8. Exit Manaforge Coruu by the eastern gate, find Spellbinder Maryana (52,82), she’s in the camp just northeast of the eastern gate. Loot the Sigil of Krasus from her.
Use Archmage Vargoth’s Staff, turn in [69] The Sigil of Krasus, get the follow up [69] Krasus’s Compendium.

9. Go east/southeast to the Violet Tower (58,86). Take all 6 quests:

  • [68] A Fate Worse Than Death
  • [68] Malevolent Remnants
  • [69] Indispensable Tools
  • [69] Needs More Cowbell
  • [69] The Unending Invasion
  • [69] The Sunfury Garrison

 

1. Go southwest of the tower, to the area called Wizard Row (56,87). Kill 10 Mana Seekers and 10 Mageslayers. Also pick up the Mana Bomb Fragment on the floor at (55.7,87.3).

 

2. Go southeast to the area called Town Square, you should find Krasus’s Compendium – Chapter 2 inside a one-room house at (57.5,89.6)

 

Kill every Severed Spirits on your way, as well as Abjurist Belmara if you find her.

Find and loot the other two chapters, they are also inside one-room houses at the following locations:

  • Chapter 1: 58.6, 89.2
  • Chapter 3: 58.8, 88.0

Kill stuff in this area until you find Abjurist Belmara, she roams in this area. Kill her, loot her book and right-click it to start the quest [69] Abjurist Belmara.

3. Go east/northeast until you find a town hall building at (60,87). Kill stuff in the area infront of it until you find Cohlien Frotweaver and Conjurer Luminrath. They both walk up and down the path leading to the town hall.
Loot their item and right-click them to start the following quests:

  • [69] Cohlien Frostweaver
  • [69] Conjurer Luminrath

4. Go further east/northeast until you see a smith-house (61,85). Kill Kirin’Var Apprentices there until one drops a Smithing Hammer.

Now kill Severed Spirits until you finish [68] Malevolent Remnants.

5. Use Archmage Vargoth’s Staff, turn in [69] Krasus’s Compendium, get the follow up [69] Unlocking the Compendium.
Go back to the Violet Tower, turn in all quests, get the follows ups:

  • [69] Potential Energy Source
  • [69] The Annals of Kirin’Var
  • [69] Master Smith Rhonsus
  • [69] Torching Sunfury Hold

 

1. Go west to the blood elf camps outside of Manaforge Coruu (52,82). Gather 10 Energy Isolation Cubes

 

2. Go back to the Violet Tower, turn in [69] Potential Energy Source, get the follow up [69] Building a Perimeter.

3. Mount up, ride west, past Wizard Row, until you find a blue rune at this location (54,86)

 

Use your Rune Activation Device, this should activate the western rune.

4. Go back to the tower and then go to the town hall (60,87) which is right behind the tower. Go inside the town hall and kill Battle-Mage Dathric, loot the Annals of Kirin’Var and Dathric’s Blade. Right-click the blade to start the quest [68] Battle-Mage Dathric.

5. When coming out of the town hall, if you follow the path going northwest you should see the 2nd Kirin’Var Rune at (59,85). Use the activation device, this should activate the eastern rune.

6. Go to the smith-house (61,85), which is directly east of the rune. Kill Rhonsus.

7. Northwest of the smith-house you should see a bridge, go there, cross the bridge and make a sharp left turn at the end of it, go up the hill and you should find the last rune at (57,83). Activate the Northeastern Rune.

8. Northwest of this rune you should see Sunfury Hold (55,81). Go there. First, find and kill a Sunfury Flamekeeper, which should drop a Flaming Torch.
Use this torch while standing next to a Ballistas

 

and Tents

 

==Note== You can be lazy and burn the same ballista / tent 4 times, you just have to wait till it stops burning and you can use the torch again. However, you need to kill 10 Sunfury Archers in this area, so you might as well clear the place while looking for various ballistas and tents.
You also need to kill Spellweaver Marathelle, she walks about in the camp. Loot the Heliotrope Oculus from her. Kill the last few Sunfury Archers you need.
Once you’ve completed [69] The Sunfury Garrison, [69] Torching Sunfury Hold and [69] Unlocking the Compendium, move to the next step.

9. East of the Sunfury Hold you should find a cow called Bessy (59,79). Turn in [69] Needs More Cowbell, don’t get the follow up yet, read the next few lines before.
2 players are recommended for this quest, but it’s perfectly doable solo. After you accept the quest, the cow will head towards the bridge and go back to the violet tower. Before accepting the quest, clear the way towards the bridge as fast as you can, get back to full HP/mana, then start the escort. Also, make sure you let the cow infront of you, because if you get attacked, she won’t help you and will keep on moving.
When you’re ready, accept the escort quest [69] When the Cows Come Home.

At the end of the escort, you should be back at the violet tower.

Summon Archmage Vargoth, turn in [69] Unlocking the Compendium, get the follow up [69] Summoner Kanthin’s Prize.

Turn in all the other quests, get the 2 follow ups:

  • [69] Down With Daellis
  • [69] Searching for Evidence

No map needed for this next circuit.

1. Go to the small house which is directly southwest of the tower, inside this house you should find a Weapon Rack (57,87). Right-click Dathric’s Blade from your inventory while standing infront of the weapon rack.

2. Go further southwest, skip one house and in the next house in rubbles you should find a Dresser (56,88). Right-click Luminrath’s Mantle from your inventory.

3. From the dresser, face precisely northwest and run to another house in rubbles, next to the edge of wizard row, where you should find a Bookshelf (55,87). Right-click Belmara’s Tome.

4. Just southwest of the house with the bookshelf you should find a bigger house in rubbles, with a Footlocker inside (55,88). Right-click Cohlien’s Cap.

5. Go back to the tower. Turn in the 4 quests.

Hearthstone back to Area 52.
Turn in the two quests, get the 2 follow ups:

  • [70] Kick Them While They’re Down (Scryers only)
  • [70] Sunfury Briefings (Aldors only)
  • [70] Shutting Down Manaforge Duro

Sell junk and repair.

Go to the pit southeast of Area 52 and turn in [69] Invaluable Asset Zapping, get the follow up [68] Dr. Boom!

You should be pretty close to level 70 now, but I’m gonna make a last little bonus circuit just in case.

 

1. Northeast of Area 52 you should find Dr. Boom (35,60). Find Boom’s Doom in your inventory and put it on one of your hotkeyed buttons.
You have to use those bombs to kill Dr.Boom while avoiding his bombs and his dynamties, but there’s a trick to make it really easy.
You just have to run in (while dodging bombs) and climb on top of that barrel, as shown on the picture below:

 

You might die once while trying to get up there, but the graveyard is close, and you can easily climb on top of the barrel as a ghost and then resurrect on top of the barrel safely. You’ll be 100% safe once you’re on this barrel.
Each bomb you toss should take out about 20% of Dr.Boom’s health, so you have to bomb him 5 or 6 times.
Ranged classes can also nuke Dr.Boom down, but it takes a lot more time and it’s less fun 😛

2. Go east/southeast until you find a bridge going to the next island, then go northeast to the Eco-dome Midrealm, and keep going east/northeast till you find Midrealm Post (47,57). Turn in the quests you have and get all the available quests.

3. First,go directly northeast of the camp and you’ll find Diagnostic Equipments (48,55).

 

Go back to the camp, turn in [68] Run a Diagnostic!, get the follow up [68] Deal With the Saboteurs.

4. Now do the following things, all of this is at the same place inside the dome:

  • Kill Ripfang Lynx on your way and loot their pelts
  • Kill Barbscale Crocolisks, they are in the pond in the middle of the dome.
  • Gather 15 Ivory Bells

 

When you’ve finished all 3 quests, go back to Midrealm Post, turn them in and get all the follow ups.

5. Go southeast, just outside of the dome you should find a camp with Gan’arg Engineers and Mo’arg Doomsmithes in it (49,59).
Kill as much as needed for [69] In A Scrap With The Legion and also gather 10 Rel Reaver Parts, which are scattered all across this camp.

 

Go back to Midrealm Post, turn in and get the follow ups.

6. Go east/southeast to Manaforge Duro (57,64). Outside of it, you’ll find camps of blood elves. Look on the floor for Boxes of Surveying Equipment.

 

Scyers

Kill 8 Sunfury Conjurers, 6 Sunfury Bowmen and 4 Sunfury Centurions.

Aldors

Kill Sunfury Bowmen and Sunfury Centurion until one drops a Sunfury Military Briefing.
Kill Sunfury Conjurers until one drops a Sunfury Arcane Briefing.

Both

Centurions are mostly found guarding the gate to the manaforge.
You should also find Summoner Kanthin in the same area, keep killing elves around here until you find him. Kill him and loot the Stone of Glacius.

Summon Archmage Vargoth, turn in the quest and get the follow up [68] Ar’kelos the Guardian.

7. Further up at the next camp just south of this one you should find a named bowman called Master Daellis Dawnstrike (57,66). Kill him.

8. Go inside Manaforge Duro. Clear the way to the southeastern wing (60,68) and kill Overseer Athanel, loot the the Duro Access Crystal.
Go to the Duro Controle Console, start the emergency shutdown and kill the technicians as they come, you know the drill.
If you still need some Boxes of Surveying Equipment, gather them now. Then exit manaforge duro through the eastern gate.

9. Mount up, ride east until you find Cosmowrench (65,67), get the new flight path and the quest [69] Bloody Imp-ossible!

10. Go north of Cosmowrench where you should find a lot of Warp Chasers (66,63). Right-click Zeppit’s Crystal and start killing Warp Chasers. You must be very close (almost in melee range) to the warp chasers are they die, or the imp won’t gather their blood. Keep doing this until you have 8 Warp Chaser Blood.

Go back to Cosmowrench, turn in the quest.

11. Hearthstone back to Area 52. Turn in all the quests, get the follow ups. Don’t forget to turn in [68] Dr.Boom at the pit southeast of Area 52.

Congratulations on level 70!

I hope you enjoyed this guide. If you want to return the favor, please try to contribute.

See you in Northrend for the next chapter!

-Jame
Text formatting: Snowflake & Jame

© Copyrights www.wow-pro.com All Rights Reserved

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 17:30

    FIRST COMMENT??Is this the first comment if it is WOO thanks James btw? What server do you play on if you prefer not to tell its ok :p my chars on steamwheedle cartel if ur ever there see ya :p

    • img
      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 14, 2007 @ 9:34

      so, if you want more work toso, if you want more work to do you could write a guide for finishing all the quests we never got done from 60-70 cause im absolutly addicted to your guides and im sure 5k is sitting around waiting to be made so i can get epix 🙂

      and im to ADHD to try to figure it all out on my own 😛

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 17:52

    It’s out ! ITS out !! ITSIt’s out ! ITS out !! ITS OUT !!!
    YIEEPIIEEAJEA !! :jawdrop:

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 17:55

    It’s finally out!It’s finally out!!! YAY 😀

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 18:21

    thx d d!thx d :jawdrop: :jawdrop: d!

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 18:29

    GuideThank you so much for the final part Jame.

    Been following your guides since level 30 and I must say it’s the best one you can get for free. You really made the life in WoW alot easier for many many people.

    Wish I could do something to show how much we people owe you for your guides. Maybe a simple “thank you” would do the trick? 😉

    Hope you make many more guides in the future.

    Regards hattemager.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 18:37

    Woooot!!!Just one word : GG Jame !

    I was waiting for this part of the guide for long, and it comes at last, thank you jame for that huge masterpiece, it really improved my levelling experience in wow!

    Now I can take back my 65 drood on his road to 70 🙂 Thanks again 😉

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 18:45

    AwesomeYou
    Are
    Awesome
    !
    🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 19:15

    ThanksHey jame, Just wanna say thanks for all the hard work you’ve done. Not too many people would be so diligent on doing things for others. Your guides are 100% efficent and ARE the best out there. You are truly the santa claus of WoW. Thanks again! Happy Holidays! 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 19:59

    BooooooooGreat guides, as always Jamie!! Course now that this new one came out, I just hit the half-way mark to 69 🙁 is it possiable to pick it up from where I am, or am I totally screwed? Right now, I’m maybe half-way thru Blade’s Edge and haven’t started on Neitherstorm yet.. Haven’t touched SMV either. Waiting until I get my lvl 70 mount for that zone.

    Other then that, amazing job!!

  • img
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 20:46

    WOOTThanks so much, Jame. I’ve been looking forward to this guide for a long time.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 22:17

    First!FIRST! and jame, I LOVE your guides. i went from 30-60 in no time at all. and everyone in my guild is like WTF! HOW DID U GET TO 60 ALREADY?. im doing your 60-65 atm, and will let you know on the 65-70!

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 23:28

    I love you, man!I panicked when I saw the Horde guide released on 12/10 with the note that the Alliance guide would be later, but here it is.

    You have saved me twice! The first time, I had leveled my warrior into the 30’s and had hit a boring spot. WoW just was not fun anymore. Then I found your guide and began to enjoy Wow again.

    I hit another boring spot in my mid-60’s and now your guide comes to the rescue again. Blizzard should pay you royalties. 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 12, 2007 @ 2:18

    First!Thanks man, your guides are excellent. Deeply appreciated.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 12, 2007 @ 3:14

    AWESOME! Just in time Jame!AWESOME! Just in time Jame! Thanks again for an amazing guide! I gotta get started:D

  • img
    ozryder Répondre
    Déc 12, 2007 @ 3:22

    Thanks JameI am looking forward to using this guide when i hit 65 (i am 62 right now)

    Thanks for putting in the time to make these great guides

    ps. You said that doing all the quests in Netherstorm and Shadowmoon Valley should get you your 280% speed flying mount, does this take into account the basic flying mount and training as well?

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 12, 2007 @ 5:33

    Congrats!Well first I would like to congratulate you Jame on finishing the guide, and also thank you. I have a quick question, can I follow this alliance guide for leveling up if I’m a horde, or is it just too different? Also, do you have a date yet for the horde outland guide? Thanks alot again. 😀

    • img
      Déc 12, 2007 @ 11:12

      For the most part it is tooFor the most part it is too different, yes 🙁

      However, the netherstorm part is 100% compatible with horde, you can follow it word for word.

      • img
        Anonyme Répondre
        Déc 12, 2007 @ 14:20

        Tthanks againAlright, good to know. 😛 I’ll just have to go guideless
        in the outlands one last time. :} Again, keep up the great work, and I can’t wait to see a horde guide.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 12, 2007 @ 10:21

    OMG!Jame,

    THANKS!

    You made leveling alot easier and sure alot more fun to do!Keep on the good work!!!
    Bye

    Stealthpower – Undutchables – Kazzak :>

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 13, 2007 @ 1:15

    The only reason I have an alt close to 70Jame, your guides are incredible. I had several lowbie alts languishing until I saw some random person in Stranglethorn started talking about your guides in general chat. I gave them a try, and now my priest is close to level 70, and I’m actually looking forward to leveling my other alts. Thanks for making this game a lot more fun for me!

  • img
    daromeo Répondre
    Déc 13, 2007 @ 1:54

    awesome!great guide! awesome formatting:)

    Daelas – 70 Warlock

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 13, 2007 @ 2:55

    thanks man.without you,ithanks man.without you,i would have quitted WoW a long time ago.really thank you very much

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 13, 2007 @ 3:28

    ZOMGThanks heaps these guides are crazy man

    Ive already used your guide to get two alts to 60 and level one myself to 70, now i can use this to get the second to 70 😀

    most intense man, keep up the good work 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 13, 2007 @ 8:39

    Recover the BonesThank you very much James for your hard and well done work!

    I continued to level my Paladin yesterday with this guide and found one little error (in the whole part up to “Hearthstone to Shattrath City. Go see Rilak the Redeemed in the northern part of Lower City (53,21).”):

    “Go southeast to Sha’tari Base Camp (31,76). Get the following quests:

    [65]An Improper Burial
    [65]Recover the Bones
    [65]Taken in the Night”

    The quest “Recover the Bones” was taken in Chapter 4 in the caravan; the quest you wanted us to take up here is “[66]The Dread Relic”.

    PS: Registering on this site does not work for me … I get no email and it is also not in the spam filter.

    • img
      Déc 14, 2007 @ 9:41

      Thank you, fixing it rightThank you, fixing it right away

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 13, 2007 @ 14:25

    Woot GJ Jamesya i can finally level all the other 8 characters i have to 70, quickly! Thx a lot! 😉

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 13, 2007 @ 20:19

    I followed your guide fromI followed your guide from 60-65 to the letter, with one difference. I joined every single instance group I came across. Right now I should be level 65, but from all the instances I am 25% through level 69 =D

    I am sure that flat out following your guide will achieve level 70 faster, but my overzeal on instances here will be very friendly to my gold supply when I hit 70. Doing it as I did I am probably the most under geared 69 ever u_u

    If anyone out there wants to hit 70 fast but ALSO have a stupid amount of available quests for 70 exp-gold conversion, I would highly recommend you join every instance group you can.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 13, 2007 @ 21:36

    Hello, great guides.

    I’mHello, great guides.

    I’m just a few bars into 66 and realised I still had the quest “Torgos!” – Which neesd to be handed in in Terokkar Forest. I checked and it doesn’t tell you to hand it in if you completed it or not. (It was an optional quest)

    Keep up good work.

    • img
      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 22, 2007 @ 9:46

      it was just a small blurb 🙂 it was just a small blurb he said about this one,

      “15. (optional) If you completed the quest [66] Torgos!, ride east to Allerian Stronghold and turn it in.”

  • img
    Boll Répondre
    Déc 14, 2007 @ 10:25

    Hi Jame..I have to admit .. i love your work 😛 damn

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 14, 2007 @ 15:28

    Thanks! 8)

    I greatly enjoyed your 60-65 guide for my last alt and look forward to using all of them for my latest one. I know these had to take a TON of work, and they are very greatly appreciated. Thank You!

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 14, 2007 @ 18:30

    Thank you JameJame, first let me congratulate you for the awesome guides you wrote from 30-60 and from 60-70. They are just brilliant. Without you probably half the WoW population would be lvl 35 😛 !

    Anyway I wanted you to know that i have been following your guide’s since lvl30 with all my 3chars! I got one lvl70 (paladin), lvl55 (mage) and lvl39 (shaman)! Got a druid at lvl 30 ready to start following your guide =)!

    Really appreciated the work you have done! Your guides are pure and simple. I do the stuff you tell me to do exacly and I dont have one single complaint about it!
    So I just wanted to say GZ for your amazing guide and THANKS A LOT for helping me and another hundred players to see the wonders of World of Warcraft!

    YOU OWN MAN! 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 15, 2007 @ 21:49

    XP rate screenshots……are the only things missing from this. I’ve enjoyed following your guides immensely, and when working an alt I frequently try to beat your XP rate. Was it a conscious decision to leave those XP rate screenshots out of this one?

    Thanks.

    • img
      Déc 15, 2007 @ 23:24

      I simply didn’t get time toI simply didn’t get time to do them yet 🙂 Hopefully will be possible after I finish the horde guide form 60-70

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 16, 2007 @ 0:15

    Great guideThanks Jame for these excellent guides been followng since lvl30 nearly lvl70 now thanks to your latest guide i found a mistake though on the part were you state to get the quest [68] He Called Himself Altruis… from the roaming npc. This quest is only available to get at lvl66 i could get the quest The Ravaged Caravan fine though.

    • img
      Déc 17, 2007 @ 17:55

      Ahh, that explains it. I’llAhh, that explains it. I’ll move this quest to the level 66 section. Thank you! 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 16, 2007 @ 3:41

    Quick questionAt the start of Nagrand, are we or are we not supposed to have “Corki’s Gone Missing Again!”

    As far as I can tell we’re not told to do the “HELP!” quest (which leads to Corki’s Gone Missing Again!), but in the “Your quest log should look like this:” area, the Corki quest is there.

    Other than that small problem I came across, your guides are absolutely superb. Thank you Jame!

    • img
      Déc 16, 2007 @ 10:22

      Ahh yes, I forgot to fixAhh yes, I forgot to fix that screenshot. Yes you’re right, you’re not supposed to have the quest HELP! at this point.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 16, 2007 @ 9:44

    Please!!!!Jame! Please please please write a questing guide for netherstorm and shadowmoon valley! I want my epic mount so i need to do all the quests in these areas and I need a guide!!!

    /beg
    /pray

    • img
      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 19, 2007 @ 7:15

      Let Jame spread the love toLet Jame spread the love to the horde before he starts on that. Not to mention it’s much easier at 70 to do the quests – not having them in the most time-efficient order isn’t that critical when you aren’t leveling.

      Besides, we can’t have Jame doing everything for us, now, can we? 🙂

    • img
      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 30, 2007 @ 23:33

      well, you did good jame! iwell, you did good jame! i ran 1-2 instances per level and was able to keep rested bonus about 75% of the time and hit 70 in the first 1/3 of the blades edge section. im a druid so i have a free mount, i had 1450g from leveling when i hit 70. following your guide i was making insane gold every session (about 200-400g a day). problem is that your guide has now ended and ive become so accustomed to following it (whith this char since lvl 20) im now completely helpless and still need 1200g for my epic 🙁 and spend hours wandering around and fumbling through thottbot and end up doing like 2 quests in 5 hours and getting 40g.

      i know its alot to ask but a 100% (or so) bc guide would be such a benefit to us all and would make the whole game complete.

      have it start right where you left off and end at the last soloable quest. i know its like a million group, attunement and scryer/aldor quests so i understand why your not touching it 😛

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 16, 2007 @ 11:10

    Great guidejust wanted to say i love all ur guys and enjoyed lvling with each of them, i lvled in no-time from 30-66^^

    but the trick which we need to use in the big bone worm didnt work:S i managed to solo him though, just let elemental tank all the time and go in tunnel if he attacks u, like this u can just nuke him ’till he dies without taking a single hit

    • img
      Anonyme Répondre
      Jan 7, 2008 @ 22:26

      Great guide, Jame! Thanks aGreat guide, Jame! Thanks a lot! 🙂

      One thing though – the quest to kill 8 Sunfury Conjurers, 6 Sunfury Bowmen and 4 Sunfury Centurions at Manaforge Duro may be a Scryer only quest? I never got it as Aldor – instead I got this one:

      http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=10328

      Which involves getting two drops from the very same mobs, so not a big difference.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 16, 2007 @ 13:03

    Mistake with coordsLast part of 67lvl last paragraph ” Go south to the nether drake area (67,5)…” Correct coords are 67,75 or near that

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 17, 2007 @ 5:46

    5 starsi just wanna say great guide i got my guy from 30-70 on this guide real life saver 😀

    p.s. haha durin right before lvl 68 when u say beware of Maggoc or w/e it is roamin around the area i opened wow back up and he killed me haha

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 17, 2007 @ 9:46

    Missing some quests in Nagrandfirst of all great guide jame! id still be wandering around aimlesly at lvl 40 without your guide.

    secondly, i just started your first nagrand circuit before lvl 66, ive picked up every quest you said but im missing “He Called Himself Altuis” and “Corki’s Gone Missing Again” i dont know whether there were prereqs i missed or what but i cant find “He Called Himself Altuis” anywhere in telaar and your screenshot of the quest log has “Corki’s Gone Missing Again” which i havent seen at all 😕

    • img
      Déc 17, 2007 @ 17:44

      For Corki’s Missing again,For Corki’s Missing again, it’s normal that you don’t have it. I took this screenshot before I decided to change the circuit in which I wanted to include the first corki quest. I’ll edit the screenshot.

      For the other quest [68] He Called Himself Altruis.. you must have missed it, or they must have changed it. It’s given by a roaming npc in Telaar. It’s not a big deal though, it’s just 1200xp when you turn it in and you can get the follow up in any case.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 17, 2007 @ 17:39

    I am wondering……whether or not it is a mistake: in Nagrand, when I came first to Aeris Landing, I could not get “A Head full of Ivory” but instead the consortium faction quest was about turning in those pearl necklaces you get from ogres (just as in Telaar for Kurenai faction). Was it something they updated or was it because I was already friendly with consortium (as I did Mana Tombs twice and finished quests there)?

    Anyways thanks again James for your wonderful guide! It saved me a good deal of time 🙂 !!

    • img
      Déc 17, 2007 @ 17:46

      Yes, sadly this quest is noYes, sadly this quest is no longer available after you hit friendly with the Consortium.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 18, 2007 @ 0:25

    horde 60 -70?hey james just wanted to say your guides are awesome!
    ive followed your horde ones and leveled up to 64 with thousands of alts lol
    . i just wanted to know
    is there a horde 60 – 65 65 – 70 in the works?
    because those levels are killer and im used to just being able to read your guide
    and level up faster than everyone else haha
    anyway good job, please reply
    thanks for your time
    and keep up the good work 😉 🙂

    • img
      Déc 18, 2007 @ 21:52

      Yes, I’m working onYes, I’m working on it!
      Check the news page, it’s all there 🙂

      https://www.wow-pro.com/node/1397

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 18, 2007 @ 14:23

    oh noah well, one of the main reasons i was excited to use this guide was because of the prospect of dinging 70 while leaving “netherstorm and shadowmoon valley untouched.” looks like it didn’t work out 🙁

    no problem! i’ll go instance from 69-70!
    heh, other than those few quests in netherstorm though, this guide and all your others are EXCELLENT. When you finish updating the 30-60 guide for the new XP rate, im going to use them all again 😀

    Thanks alot!

    • img
      Déc 18, 2007 @ 21:51

      Yea, sadly it’s reallyYea, sadly it’s really impossible with zero rested bonus. Consider I did the whole guide without ever loging out in an inn. So other people might actually ding 70 earlier than me, unless they play 24/7 from 60 to 70 hehe.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 19, 2007 @ 0:24

    Thanks a bunchNot sure if I already commented on this guide but thanks a bunch for the help. This makes leveling a whole lot easier and I’ve used it since 30.
    By the way there’s a slight grammatical mistake in nagrand part :P.

    10. Go back to Telaar, turn in all the quests and [get the all the follows ups]:

    [66] Diplomatic Measures
    [67] Corki’s Ransom
    [67] Ortor My Old Friend…

    • img
      Déc 19, 2007 @ 18:18

      Fixed, thank youFixed, thank you 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 19, 2007 @ 18:53

    Skywingthat group quest Skywing in Terokkar forest is just bugged, the bird jumps down on the lower platform, attack the birdman (normal – non elite) and after that he only stand in that place and doesn’t do anything. I waited there for about 5 minutes and elite haven’t appeared. :sick:

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 20, 2007 @ 12:54

    hehI <3 you jame 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 20, 2007 @ 18:03

    Me againOh and I just noticed another thing :P. I’m doing the Blades E. Mts part right now and after you get to the 2nd part of it (after you summon the living grove defenders), it tells you to go to the Bloodmaul Ravine but you post the same map twice and I think the 1st one is wrong.
    Thanks again for the guide 😀

    • img
      Déc 21, 2007 @ 22:12

      Oh, right! I’ll fix thatOh, right! I’ll fix that right now, thank you 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 21, 2007 @ 0:34

    I’m falling behind :(Hey Jame, love all your guides, they are basically the only things that got me to keep going to 70! 🙂

    I was just wondering whether you think its worth starting Netherstorm at 2/3 through 68, as I have somehow fallen behind by about 1/2 a bar. Or the other option of running a few dungeons til get to around 1/3 69? I’ve read about Exp-Gold conversions at 70, but I’d really like to try get to 70 before Christmas as I don’t get the time to do dungeons most days. 🙁
    thanks jame!

    • img
      Déc 21, 2007 @ 22:13

      The problem is, I’m not sureThe problem is, I’m not sure if all quests will be available at level 68. I can’t remember but I think a few of them aren’t available before level 69. You can try though and tell me how it went 🙂

      • img
        Anonyme Répondre
        Déc 30, 2007 @ 11:57

        How it all wentIn the end, I went ahead and skipped to Netherstorm, and it seemed that all of the quests, bar the first one coming across the bridge, were availible to me at 68. I also managed to still get more gold then i thought i would from there.

        thanks again for the great guides :))

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 23, 2007 @ 0:31

    :DGreat guide! :D…. I only dont get the following part:

    3. Exit Telaar by the northern bridge and go straight north, you should find a draenei building called The Abandoned Armory (51,57). Go inside, turn in [67] The Master’s Grand Design? and get the follow up [67] Vision of the Dead.

    You never mentioned getting the Master Grand Design Quest.. . :jawdrop:

    Keep up the good work! 😀

    • img
      Déc 26, 2007 @ 13:48

      Yes I did, look:

      Quote:TurnYes I did, look:

      Turn in the quest [67] What Book? I don’t see any book and get the follow up [67]The Master’s Grand Design.

      🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 24, 2007 @ 1:27

    Dr. Boom’s DoomYou say people have to run in and out, but theres an easier way. If you are facing Dr. Boom, theres a barrel and box setup to the left of him. if you run in and stand on them you can avoid both his dynamite and his bombs, and nuke to your heart’s content.

    • img
      Déc 26, 2007 @ 13:49

      Nice tip, I’ll check it outNice tip, I’ll check it out and then include it in the guide if it still works 🙂

      edit: yup, it works. I’ll add it, thank you!

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 24, 2007 @ 22:17

    Hai Shulud QuestIf you trigger Sand Gnomes they *don’t* give up: they follow you, even down the tunnel. They usually come in threes, fatally.

    Worms can’t follow you, but you have to go quite deep, cos they can spit a long way.

    I’ve not yet managed to trigger the big guy.

    • img
      Déc 26, 2007 @ 14:20

      Alright, I’ll edit this partAlright, I’ll edit this part and mention that the gnomes have to be killed.

      Thanks! =)

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 24, 2007 @ 22:34

    Hai Shulud QuestI just triggered him. Hit him with a spell and ran. He died…and was unlootable. Maybe they’ve closed this “loophole”.

    • img
      Anonyme Répondre
      Jan 2, 2008 @ 21:35

      Same for me. Corpse wasn’tSame for me. Corpse wasn’t lootable.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 25, 2007 @ 19:40

    =]Started netherstorm 3/4 of the way through 69 =]
    Lovely jubbly!
    Even though im a spend-a-holic i still have 900g+
    Well done my friend!

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 26, 2007 @ 4:23

    Quest ConfusionThe following part in the guide is a little confusing, you say to turn in quests that we just picked up. Thought i would let you know 🙂

    “2. Follow the road west until you find the alliance town of Telaar (55,71). In Telaar, get all the quests, they should be easy to spot on your minimap:
    [65]Do My Eyes Deceive Me
    [65]The Nesingwary Safari

    Turn in:
    [64] A Message to Telaar
    >>>>>[67] Fierce Enemies
    >>>>>[66] Wanted: Giselda the Crone and [66] Wanted: Zorbo the Advisor from the Wanted Poster”

    and by the way Jame, i’ve used your guide on 2 of my 3 70’s and i’m currently using it on a new toon (67 rogue). whenever anyone asks for help on what to do on a quest i always give them the link to your guides (it’s macro’d) I love the work you have put into your guides. Thank you sooo much.

    Trissy
    Chromaggus Alliance

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 26, 2007 @ 12:19

    Nagrand Quest ListIn the section where you cover first entering Nagrand and Telaar….

    Your screenshot of the quest list shows “Corki’s Gone Missing Again!”. In order to obtain this, you have to finish the first Corki quest which you cover later on.

    You also say turn in Fierce Enemies
    # [66] Wanted: Giselda the Crone and [66] Wanted: Zorbo the Advisor from the Wanted Poster when you first enter Telaar. But you only *obtain* these as this is your first time there!

    Lastly your screenshot shows a quest “He Calls Himself”..if this is “He Calls Himself Altruis” which you can’t get in Telaar.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 27, 2007 @ 3:19

    Thank youthis guide is really helpfull ,thanks for your efforts i became 70 reading the middle of 69-70 .

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 28, 2007 @ 9:00

    Great guideI used this guide from 60-65 and its good,very well thought up to complete the most possible amount of quests in an area.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 29, 2007 @ 16:23

    About the quest: [67] Gorr’Dim, Your Time Has Come…I can confirm that u can die on this quest.. and still make it back in time to finish it.. 🙂
    I did this quest at 4am..

    Made a huge mistake after the 3rd wave.. because i forgot to mend my pet :jawdrop:

    So i got killed.. spawned at graveyard and ran back.. Another interesting fact i found out was when i respawned
    i got attacked immediately.. because (another bad mistake :O go to bed u fool) i spawned on top of the tower instead of the base (under) it…

    No problem i thought.. (cause i mess up alot so u get skill in it 😛 )feign death and he will walk back up.. and he did… Then jumped down quickly, ate, revived my pet, drank up and went back up to kill him… He stays for a long time, and if u go a little below halfway up the stairs u wont aggro him.. At least, he didn’t do that with me (Lvl 68 att)

    Hope this is any use to anyone.. and of course… Awesome guide James

    • img
      dfscott Répondre
      Jan 1, 2008 @ 23:18

      I’m assuming you’re actuallyI’m assuming you’re actually talking about Planting the Banner here. If so, I can confirm that you can take just about as long as you like to finish this without getting a “failed.”

      I did this as a shadow priest and died on the 2nd wave. I ran back, killed another and died again when I got knocked off the tower into respawns. I got frustrated and called for help and a guildie agreed to meet me. I ran back to town, waited for him to fly in from Shattrath, then partied up, rode back and finished it.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 30, 2007 @ 3:41

    SkywingThe quest [65]Skywing is bugged after the jump (he kills the mob and then freezes) and yet to be fixed, you should put a note in their about that for the time being.

    Just a tip which can make this guide even easier, whilst I was in the early 60’s, I ran Hellfire Ramparts a few times and subsequently am now over a level above where I am in the guides, and at some points it really makes it easier, being a level above and having those higher ranked skills and abilities.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 30, 2007 @ 7:36

    Small CorrectionHey Jame, Trissy again, got a small correction for you 🙂

    1. Follow the path east of Evergrove and cross Wyrmskull Bridge. At the other end of it you should find Watcher Moonshade (50,36). Turn in and get the follow up [67] Longtail is the Lynchpin.

    it should actually be ” Follow the path WEST of….”

    I actually tried to go east lol hit a wall … it was really late 😛

    • img
      Déc 30, 2007 @ 12:49

      Hehe, not sure what’s upHehe, not sure what’s up with me and directions ^^

      Thanks for pointing it out. To all of you posting useful comments, you should register an account so I can rate you up 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 1, 2008 @ 18:37

    Whispers of the Raven God…is probably one of the nastiest and most aggravating quests in the game. Can you clear this up – is it only the arrakoa with pets that give the buff, or do any of them give it (but only if you are in melee range and the focus).

    If it’s the former, the quest turns into a nightmare, because the pet types aren’t in the trees, so you have to get a 2-minute buff and then clear your way to the totem in the treehouses.

    If the latter, I guess that make sit more doable, but the birds spawn real fast and have an incredible aggro range.

    The reward isn’t much either. I did three of the four totems and then decided to bank to quest for 70, or until I had some help.

    It;s particularly horrid for casters/pet users, if the melee-buff thing is correct!

    • img
      Jan 2, 2008 @ 12:44

      I got the buff from allI got the buff from all types of arrakoas there, last time I did it as a mage and had no problem at all.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 2, 2008 @ 9:18

    Skywing QuestHello Jame and first of all a perfect guide.
    As it has been stated the Skywing q is bugged with the bird freezing up when he performs the jump. After i contacted a GM about this, the solution (at least at the moment until it is fixed is the following).

    If you clear the platform that Skywing jumps to, before you accept the escort quest, the bird will not freeze. I have tried this and worked.

    You do not have to go all the way the bird will follow, there is a bridge to ground leading to the platform you want. its only about killing 6-7 birdmen to get to platform and 3 more on top of it.

    Cheers again for the awesome guide.

    • img
      Jan 2, 2008 @ 12:47

      Ok, I’ll mention this in theOk, I’ll mention this in the guide, thank you 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 2, 2008 @ 9:20

    ?I just got to using this chapter of your guide and i am lvl 67, i want to start when u first go to Talaar ..but when i got there all npcs show orange and i can only get 2-3 quests, what did i miss?

    • img
      Jan 2, 2008 @ 12:46

      You need to be Friendly withYou need to be Friendly with the Kurenai faction. For that, go to Orebor Harborage in Zangarmarsh and do the quests there.

      • img
        Anonyme Répondre
        Jan 2, 2008 @ 14:40

        Thank youThx for the answer, doing the q’s there now 😉

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 2, 2008 @ 21:32

    Big Bone Worm doesn’t workThanks very much for the guide, all your guides are great.

    However, the section on The Big Bone Worm doesn’t work. It was a big waste of time and very frustrating. Please change this section of the guide.

    • img
      Jan 3, 2008 @ 1:58

      Maybe they fixed that in theMaybe they fixed that in the last patch. I’ll try it again as soon as I can.

      • img
        Anonyme Répondre
        Jan 3, 2008 @ 14:21

        I done it two days ago andI done it two days ago and it works fine

        • img
          Jan 3, 2008 @ 21:17

          Good to know, thank youGood to know, thank you 🙂

          • img
            Anonyme
            Jan 4, 2008 @ 5:07

            Done it aswell today, noDone it aswell today, no problems. and thanks for this guide used it all the way from 30 on this char, is fantastic.

          • img
            Ghalleon
            Jan 4, 2008 @ 17:42

            Didn’t work for me.I tried it twice yesterday, he was not lootable either time. I got his health down to 94 the second time, do I have to hurt it more to make it lootable? Because the guide said to hurt it 1hp only.

          • img
            Kaj
            Jan 12, 2008 @ 0:03

            [67] What Came First, the[67] What Came First, the Darke or the Egg?

            little typo, should be dragon I think 🙂
            really looking forward to see the community grow, I have gained so much from the site, and I quite told about everyone on WoW about wow-pro.com, so there’s a little bit back 🙂

            chers, Kaj

          • img
            Jan 12, 2008 @ 15:42

            Fixed!Fixed!

      • img
        Anonyme Répondre
        Jan 9, 2008 @ 2:01

        Didn’t work for me eitherI gave this one a shot yesterday, and wasn’t able to loot the giant worm either. I definitely hit him (I play a rogue, and put two combo points on him with Sinister Strike), then ran down the Auchindoun corridor & around the corner to get out of his line of sight.

        When he finally keeled over, I wasn’t able to loot him.

        Because of the relatively large time commitment involved in completing this quest (killing the clefthoof, fumping, dealing with gnomes, waiting for non-elite worms to die natural deaths, rinse, repeat), I think I’m just going to skip it & grind out the 13,750XP this quest would’ve yielded. I figure that’s only 13 mobs (give or take), so it shouldn’t be a problem at all.

        That being said, I would definitely encourage others to give it a shot…in addition to the XP, the quest rewards you with your choice of sweet blue daggers (each worth 7g if you choose to sell to a vendor).

        Maybe I didn’t injure him enough. In hindsight, since I already had 2 combo points on him, I should’ve hit him with an Eviscerate just to put a slightly bigger (though still miniscule) dent in the big guy’s HP bar.

        I won’t abandon the quest, so if I happen to wander by a group getting ready to attempt it, I’ll see if I can join up…I would love to get my hands on that Shani’s Crysknife. I’ll just be sure to hit him more/harder next time, maybe that’ll do the trick.

        Cheers!

    • img
      Anonyme Répondre
      Jan 4, 2008 @ 11:42

      Bone WormThis works fine, however, it seems the worm can still hit you even if you are inside the corridor, just turn a corner and it will lose you, make sure you tagged(hit it) it before hiding.

      It will do some digging around, popping up, a few times, then die.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 3, 2008 @ 10:44

    One of the circuit maps fromOne of the circuit maps from the Netherstorm section is a duplicate of the previous one, and the map does not make sense for the circuit.

    The image in question is “nscircuit5.jpg”. After guessing the correct image name, I found “nscircuit6.jpg” and this appears to be the correct map! Somewhere you got your numbering off.

    • img
      Jan 3, 2008 @ 12:32

      Fixed, thanks a lot!Fixed, thanks a lot!

  • img
    Beckon Répondre
    Jan 3, 2008 @ 15:25

    TypoIn Nagrand.

    Go inside the Inn, get [66] The Throne of the Elements.

    This is not from inside the inn, but at the balcony where Corki’s father is.

    Keep up the good work Jame.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 3, 2008 @ 23:05

    killing Hai’shuludI hurt him so he had 99% and then ran into the tunnel and waited, he died and was not lootable. I tried again hurting him to 94% and he was unlootable the second time also. I think it was changed so you can’t do this.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 4, 2008 @ 8:59

    Typo“3. Head east to the Refugee Caravan and turn in [65]The Infested Proctectors.”

    It’s actually west you need to go.

    • img
      Jan 4, 2008 @ 13:05

      Fixed, thank you!Fixed, thank you!

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 4, 2008 @ 10:07

    Violet Tower QuestsDid I just misread, but I think these quests started after looting an item from named foe, are never finished (in the guide):

    [69] Abjurist Belmara
    [69] Cohlien Frostweaver
    [69] Conjurer Luminrath

    + there’s fourth similar “return item to the correct place quest”:
    Battle-Mage Dathric

    • img
      Jan 4, 2008 @ 13:13

      It’s there, just later inIt’s there, just later in the guide. All 4 quests will be turned in at the same time, right before the last circuit.

  • img
    Jan 4, 2008 @ 13:09

    Thanks everyoneThanks everyone for contributing to make this guide better. But it would be really great if you could all register an account on our site before posting, so that we can rate up useful comments, and rate down the useless ones.

    Once you have 10 positive ratings, you become a trusted member and will no longer have to wait to go through the moderating process for your comments to be published. You’ll also have a shiny star next to your avatar 😛
    However, if you post anonymously, the positive ratings you get won’t be attributed to you.

    So it would be great if you’d all post with a registered account, it’s the only way to make this community grow and make the comments on this site an interesting read.

  • img
    Beckon Répondre
    Jan 4, 2008 @ 15:09

    Hey again :PIn Nagrand.

    “Go through the inn and on the balcony get [66] The Throne of the Elements.”

    This building is not the inn :p

    The inn is the building that’s to the north, which also has the flight path on top.

    Don’t hate me for pointing this out 😛

    • img
      Jan 4, 2008 @ 18:53

      Ahh, I get it now! For someAhh, I get it now! For some reason I thought it was the inn. Thanks, fixed it.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 4, 2008 @ 18:51

    Hello Jame

    First of all IHello Jame 🙂

    First of all I have to say that I’m really glad that you took your time and made these guides. Without’em neither my lock nor my hunter would’ve leveled 60, and almost 70. 🙂

    But – Something is really bothering me (probably more than me) from time to time, and because of this I’ve abandoned a handful of my quests, in confusion.

    When you are discribing how/where to do quests, when to loot this or that, PLEASE write what quest we are doing right now!

    Thanks,
    Iam

    • img
      Jan 4, 2008 @ 18:54

      Sure. Can you point some ofSure. Can you point some of the parts which confused you so I can try to fix them?

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 5, 2008 @ 12:14

    Big Worm/Raven GodI can confirm that the “trick” with the big worm does work – but you have to hurt him more than one hit point. As a Warlock, I found this easy, by hiding, getting back to full HP/mana then nipping out and throwing a stack of DOTS before hiding again. You do need to go down the tunnel *and* around the corner though, or you’ll get hit by worm ranged attacks. Oh, and the worms can’t follow you, but the sand-gnomes can!

    As for the Raven God quest, I found that the arrakoa with the pets are the only ones that *reliably* give the buff – every single time. This might be because their pet is nearly always focussed on the player. The other types don’t always give it, but I speak from a Warlock point of view, meaning that my pet is usually the focus and I’m out of melee range. Naturally, the pet types aren’t in the trees where you need them! Best way forward is to clear your way up, stay there and then kill respawns until you get the buff. Or the quest can also be banked until level 70, as it is much easier with a flying mount; druids can use their flight form – I grouped with a one and it was all over very quickly.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 5, 2008 @ 18:36

    SkywingHello Jame,

    there is a way you can manage to do the “Skywing” escort quest. As it is bugged on the third platform, it works if you cleared the third platform before the Bird jumps down.
    There are two possibilities to do it:
    1. Get a group. One of the group members jumps down to the third platform and kills everything, while the bird an the other member are still on the second.
    2. You clear the third platform before starting the quest and quickly run to the bird and start the quest.

    thanks for the guide.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 8, 2008 @ 13:18

    The Big Bone WormThis tactic worked just fine for me. Ive noticed a couple of comments noting that the tactic doesnt work. The first time I tried it I failed – the worm died and he was not lootable. The second time it worked.

    In the first attempt I ran down the hall and went just around the corner. I had hit the worm with a spell at the beginning. But in the end the corpse was not lootable.

    In the second attempt i ran down the hall but stayed in line-of-site the entire time. As a shaman i only had to heal twice. I am sure there is a combination of potions and other buffs that could allow any class to bear out the ranged attackes. I also hit him with 2 or 3 spells. On the second attempt it worked perfectly.

    I stayed in line-of-site and I continued a small amount of damage. This was 2 days ago by the way.

    Its a really nice guide for speading ones way to 70.

    • img
      Anonyme Répondre
      Jan 14, 2008 @ 6:16

      same problemI had the same problem with my hunter, the corpse was not lootable on the first try.

      the second time i did the same thing,but i just moved in and out of the LOS and fired a few rounds each time. I was able to loot it the second time as well.

    • img
      Anonyme Répondre
      Jan 14, 2008 @ 6:32

      Same thing happened to me asSame thing happened to me as a mage: first try I hit him once then stayed hidden the rest of the fight, and couldn’t loot him. Second try I popped out every few seconds to shoot an Ice Lance at him, I still didn’t take any dmg that way, but I could loot him.

    • img
      Jan 14, 2008 @ 22:48

      I tested this again todayI tested this again today and found out why it works for me even if I only took him down to 99% HP.

      I bandaged myself twice and used a health pot, apparently this helps to get the credit for the kill.

      I was on my level 64 rogue, basically I ran down the tunnel and played with line of sight round the corner, throwing a few daggers at the worm every now and then and bandaging twice, that was enough.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 8, 2008 @ 17:51

    Bird still buggedLOVE the guides…you are clearly a very organized and smart dude. Someone may have posted this already but as of about two weeks ago, the bird was still bugged from the SKYWING escort quest. He freezes right after you jump down to the next level.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 11, 2008 @ 20:15

    Nagrand beginningYou state in the beginning of Nagrand that you now should have 13 (or 14 if you got Howling Wind). The thing I do not understand is that you on the screenshot you took only got 11/25. How come? Typo?

    • img
      Jan 12, 2008 @ 15:23

      It’s a mistake, I’ll fix it.It’s a mistake, I’ll fix it. Thank you!

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 12, 2008 @ 1:36

    And thanks again for yourAnd thanks again for your lovely guides… Another character at 70 😉

  • img
    Ghalleon Répondre
    Jan 12, 2008 @ 9:34

    [67] Planting the BannerAfter planting the banner I waited as the first 2 ogres walked up, I killed them and ran down the ramp to eat.
    I started out the wave of 3 ogres by sapping one and killing the others, but just as I started on the third ogre a patrol ogre walked up the tower and attacked me. I died and ran back to my body, and when I got back the one ogre left alive from the wave was still there, patrol had already left. I killed the last ogre, and instead of getting the next wave of 3 ogres I got the named ogre and killed it to finish the quest.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 13, 2008 @ 2:49

    [65] The Big Bone WormThe strategi listed in this guide still works as of patch 2.3.2. Unly thing not mentioned is, that you need to get the worm below 70% to be able to loot him.
    Anyway, awsome guide. Cheers!

    /des

    • img
      Anonyme Répondre
      Jan 15, 2008 @ 1:51

      80% is enough80% is enough 🙂

    • img
      Wroshe Répondre
      Jan 17, 2008 @ 8:21

      At the 10th of January I didAt the 10th of January I did this quest on my warrior and the worm must have been around 99% at the end; just make sure you are in combat when he dies.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 13, 2008 @ 23:35

    [69]Can’t Stay AwayWhen about the Auchindoun area, you are told to turn in this quest. Thing is, I don’t have it! Same has been with a few quests earlier in this part of the guide, for example The Firewing Liaison (in the 60-65 part). I didn’t have that one either, and following the guide as exactly as I could. I am Aldor in this char, is that the matter?

    And thanks for the guide, thanks to you I’m finally able to level quickly (thank god!) and my brother has even got 3, soon 4 level 70’s, and even my father got his alts up above 40! My whole wow-playing family has ‘come addicted to The Guide.

    Keep on! 😀

    Laramién 70 EU Earthen Ring

    • img
      Jan 18, 2008 @ 21:51

      You have to be level 65 toYou have to be level 65 to get [69] Can’t Stay Away. You must have been behind the guide in levels?

      About the other quest, you must have simply missed a previous step. It’s a follow up from [63] Unruly Neighbors, which we do in the guide before.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 14, 2008 @ 17:31

    [65]Skywing[65]Skywing is no longer bugged, I completed the quest easily.

    • img
      Jan 18, 2008 @ 21:52

      Thank you for mentioning it.Thank you for mentioning it. I tried it yesterday too and had no problems.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 16, 2008 @ 3:44

    heyHey Jame its been awhile since i looked at your guide.. last time was more than half a year ago.. I used ur guide from the 40’s to 60, lol well now that im back and thinking about starting again its very nice to see that you have made the 60-70 version and the new patch 2.3 is also very nice

  • img
    Xaknar Répondre
    Jan 16, 2008 @ 10:45

    [64]Escaping the TombWhen I did this quest I was ambushed 3 times; once inside the tomb, once just outside the tomb, and one further away from the tomb. Just thought I’d let you know so you can fix it 😛

    Quel’thalas-Europe-Hunter Xaknar 61

    • img
      Jan 18, 2008 @ 21:54

      Ah well, I did it 2 days agoAh well, I did it 2 days ago on horde side and only got ambushed once.

      I guess I’m just gonna leave it as it is for now ^^

  • img
    Wroshe Répondre
    Jan 17, 2008 @ 8:20

    Hi Jame, I just haveHi Jame, I just have finished the last chapter and here is the feedback on the later chapter. I have added some of the “all prequests done for X” notes as some people seem to be disappointed that the guide does not save Shadowmoon and Netherstorm till level 70 for cash; if these notes would be implemented it would be the best of both worlds as people that want instances can simply do that and save quests for level 70, whereas the people that do not get punished by having to grind a vast amount of experience.

    As on my earlier feedback there are a few notes that might be relevant.
    • I am a protection specced warrior with average gear.
    • I have numbered the circuits by the maps you posted, with the cicuits starting at zero again this guide.
    • I am a follower of the Aldor and have therefore made {ALDOR} tags for the Terokkar sections that were “Scryer only”.

    =====

    Terokkar Circuit 1.
    • {ALDOR} Before Point 1: Collect [64]A Cure for Zahlia from Sha’Nir, she is at 64.16.
    • {ALDOR} After Point 6: Stonegazer, a red basilisk, patrols the edge of outland north of you between Veil Sheinor and ??.??. He is very challenging to solo but do try, if you die either find an ally or simply save this quest till when you are 70.

    Terokkar Circuit 2.
    • {ALDOR} After Point 11: Hand in [64]A Cure for Zahlia if you have completed it, if not simply abandon the quest and save it for level 70.

    Terokkar circuit 3.
    • Point 6: Make sure you are in combat with him when the worm dies, otherwise you have to do it twice.
    • Point 10: Skywing was ok on my server. 10th of January btw.

    =====

    Nagrand Circuit 1.
    • At the end is prequesting done for Caverns of Time: Old Hillsbrad. Try to go there if you want to get attuned to Karazhan ever as this is required for it and at this level it gives good loot and exp.

    Nagrand Circuit 2.
    • Flawless.

    Nagrand Circuit 3.
    • Point 5: Throw Gordawg’s Imprint away, it is useless.

    Nagrand Circuit 4.
    • Flawless.

    Nagrand Circuit 5.
    • Point 6: Aldors that are not 67 yet should grinf at Kil’Sorrow Fortress for the Aldor Reputation.
    • At the end prequesting is done for Auchindoun: Sethekk Halls. The two quests for that instance are picked up in front of the instance.

    Nagrand Circuit 6.
    • Flawless.

    Nagrand Circuit 7.
    • Flawless.

    =====

    Blade’s Edge Circuit 1.
    • Flawless.

    —–

    At the moment I have dinged 70 and am saving the remaining circuits for gold, you can expect feedback on the remaining circuits when I have finished the guide.

    • img
      Jan 18, 2008 @ 22:21

      Immensely useful. I’ve addedImmensely useful. I’ve added all the changes 🙂 Thanks a lot, rate up!

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 17, 2008 @ 17:33

    Thank you so much!wow, thank you SO much for this fantastic guide! 😀 Now I’m fainaly level 70 and I’m ready for some pvp and gold farming for 280% flying mount 😉
    thank you

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 18, 2008 @ 2:06

    Level 70First, I just want to say thanks for the awesome guide. Twas very good.

    I hit 70 two days ago using the last 2 legs from the moment I hit 70. I guess I had to do more killing then many of you to get the item drops or something, but I hit 70 right when the guide said I should have dinged 69. So, I’m now using your last section for pure gold. Very good for that. Thanks

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 18, 2008 @ 22:41

    UiHey Jame!

    Just wondered which Ui u use? (u said something about it in the beginning.) I`m looking for a Ui which is simple, does not add other addons and not too diffirent to the original (more squarely, other colours…) I had chosen X-perl if it did something with the down-panel (or what to call it). Do u know something to chose?
    LFAA (looking-for-an-answer 😛 )

    btw: AWSOME GUIDE!!!
    Kamekase 8) —rogue 65 of emeriss

    • img
      Jan 18, 2008 @ 23:13

      I like to keep it simpleI like to keep it simple too.

      I use Ag_Unitframes, eCastingBar, Bongos and Cartographer only normally.

      When I’m working on the guides I use FuBarXP and FubarQuests on top of that.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 19, 2008 @ 20:57

    6. Go north and find the :jawdrop:
    6. Go north and find the entrance to the eastern tunnel of Auchindun (44,73). Read this whole paragraph before you do anything.
    We’re gonna solo the elite quest [63] The Big Bone Worm, which is impossible, but there’s a trick. Here’s how:

    1. Find a decrepit clefthoof, kill it.
    2. Use your Fumper on it, if two bone worms spawn just run away, they don’t give exp and they’ll despawn eventually. If three gnomes spawn, you have to kill them, they don’t give up and you can’t run away from them, sadly.
    3. Keep doing this until the elite worm Hai’shulud spawns. When he spawns, run to the tunnel mentioned above, go down the first slope and turn at the first corner. You should be safe if you position yourself like on the screenshot below:

    Now try to hit the worm with ranged attacks every now and then, playing with line of sight to avoid getting hit by his poison bolts. Healing yourself / bandaging yourself also helps to give you the credit for the kill. I’ve done it many times sucessfully with the worm still being at 99% HP from simply throwing daggers with a rogue. I bandaged twice and used a health pot, that was enough. After about 2 minutes he will die automatically. Loot the “Enormous Bone Worm Organs” off him. Well done.

    there is no screen shot there just to tell you …

    • img
      Jan 20, 2008 @ 14:48

      Oops, adding it now then!Oops, adding it now then!

      • img
        smee Répondre
        Fév 17, 2008 @ 18:10

        Still no screenshotthanks for the efforst you put into this guide….but i see no screenshot relating to Hai’shulud.


        fear is the mind killer
        the little death that obliterates

        • img
          Fév 18, 2008 @ 18:47

          Ok! It’s there now, forOk! It’s there now, for sure! 🙂

  • img
    mope Répondre
    Jan 22, 2008 @ 6:55

    Thank you for all the hard workHi Jame, just had to register to thank you for this guide. I started a hunter in December and just reached 70 today following your guide. 7 days 14 hours was the total time played. Thanks again, and take care.

    • img
      Jan 22, 2008 @ 23:52

      Nice score, thanks for yourNice score, thanks for your feedback 🙂

  • img
    kapi Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 0:54

    ThanksHio, just dinged 70 on a hunter thats gone 30-70 with your guides after 2.3. 6 days, 19 hours 30 minutes played, with almost no resting. 2 days, 9 hours from 60->70. loev 70 hunter 70 warrior 70 druid ^_^

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 24, 2008 @ 2:02

    death’s doorsorry if this has been said before, but you don’t actually need to be a priest or mage to just jump down from toshley’s to death door without clearing the cave — i just did it as a lock intending to use a soulstone for the sake of laziness, and as long as you’re careful to land on ledges, and bandage/eat in between, you can just hop down without dying.

    thanks for the guide, definitely kept me going in the rough spots 60-70!

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 24, 2008 @ 18:02

    Planting the banner“I haven’t tried it, but it is rumored that if you die and run back quickly from the graveyard, you can continue the event where you left off.”

    Just wanted to confirm this, as i did it 2 mins ago. died on the third wave because of a respawn. as i came back i killed the last remaining mob of the wave and Gurn showed up right after.

    once again thanks for the effort!

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 25, 2008 @ 23:43

    spelling mistake2. Clear the way west/southwest inside Bladespire Grounds to a rather large building at (39,54). There are 5 ogres inside the building, 2 non elite, 2 elits and the named you need: Droggam.

    elits is spell wrong!

    also how much money should i have when i hit 70 ? im like a level ahead of the guide.. 🙂

    • img
      Jan 26, 2008 @ 1:00

      Something in between 2K andSomething in between 2K and 4K depending on your luck with blue drops and how well you sell things at the AH 🙂

      And then with all the quests you do at level 70 you should easily break 5K and get the epic flying mount

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 26, 2008 @ 19:14

    Really great work THANKSThanks alot for your work, that makes this shitty leveling much faster !!
    its for you and your work that i could do my second lvl 70 in a quite short time…
    go on like this when ‘wrath of the lichking’ is out please!!!

  • img
    Trivas Répondre
    Jan 27, 2008 @ 0:59

    Problem with quest ”Blessing of Incineratus”

    8. Go south to Windyreed Village (72,50). Set the four huts on fire with your Living Fire, which should be in your inventory. You have to stand inside the huts and in the middle of them for it to work.

    I cant do it… 🙁 its bugged or I just dont stand in the right place?

    • img
      Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:23

      Probably not standing in theProbably not standing in the right place. First of all, make sure you’re really in Windyreed Village, this might sound stupid, but it can happen that you’re in the wrong place 😛

      Then just move around in the tents and try the torch at every possible place.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 27, 2008 @ 1:21

    Lvl 70 questing guides?I know you’ll be busy with the revamps for a while yet, but eventually are you thinking of making any questing guides for the rest of Netherstorm and SMV? Most people following your guides will probably finish up both zones’ quests anyway; it would be nice to have a logical, efficient guide to follow.

    • img
      Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:24

      Since there seems to be suchSince there seems to be such a high demand for this, I’ll give it a try if time allows, after I’m done with the horde 65-70 guide and the Alliance revamps.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 27, 2008 @ 2:16

    Great GuideA fantastic Guide! Ive done both Jonna’s, and Brian Kopp’s leveling guides and I would have to say that yours was by far the most enjoyable! using your guides I got to 70 in just under 7 days played.

    Again, thanks for the great guide.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 27, 2008 @ 8:29

    Awesome work!Very nice work again. I am a long time follower of your guides.
    Was wondering if you have any plans to release a small follow up for cleaning up the remainder of the quests in Area 52 and Shadow Moon Vally? Would be great for time saving and money making.
    Cheers for all the guides.

    • img
      Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:25

      Since there seems to be suchSince there seems to be such a high demand for this, I’ll give it a try if time allows, after I’m down with the horde 65-70 guide and the Alliance revamps.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 28, 2008 @ 3:07

    no quest1. In Netherstorm, while crossing the bridge, get the quest [68] Off To Area 52.

    2. Ride southeast to Area 52 (32,66). Turn in [68] Off To Area 52 and get all the quests. You should have 7 quests listed under Netherstorm in your quest log

    there seem to be no quest form me on that bridge …

    • img
      Jan 28, 2008 @ 13:32

      That’s because you took [67]That’s because you took [67] A Mystifying Vision while you were in Nagrand. I said in the guide not to take it 😛

      Just abandon this quest and [68] Off to Area 52 should be available.

  • img
    Ghalleon Répondre
    Jan 28, 2008 @ 20:52

    Thanks a lotThanks a lot for the great guide, with rested exp I hit 70 way earlier on your guide, I did every optional quest and instance except for mana tomes.

    A type and mix up I noticed.

    When you say: Go further southeast, skip one house and in the next house in rubbles you should find a Dresser (56,88). Right-click Luminrath’s Mantle from your inventory.
    It is southwest, I went southeast and got confused before flying on my mount to get a better view and found it.

    And you say to: Find and kill Overseer Seylana
    The name is Overseer Seylanna.

    Thanks again. 😀

    • img
      Jan 29, 2008 @ 22:12

      Thanks, fixed both Rate up!Thanks, fixed both 🙂 Rate up!

  • img
    Arkanoo Répondre
    Jan 30, 2008 @ 21:23

    Quest LogHey Jame!

    I like many others have already said…LOVE the guide! I would probably be around lvl 50-60 now if I hadn’t found this! (lvl 65 at the moment).

    But the one question I do have is, How do you get your quest log looking like that?

    Thanks, ~ Ark.

    • img
      Fév 1, 2008 @ 13:25

      Bayi’s enchance quest log isBayi’s Extended Quest Log, I found it here:

      http://wowui.incgamers.com/?p=mod&m=4536

  • img
    lugaid Répondre
    Fév 4, 2008 @ 21:44

    QuestWhen do you turn this quest in? [67] Fierce Enemies

    Thank you for this guide.

    • img
      Fév 9, 2008 @ 17:11

      You turn it in one of theYou turn it in one of the last circuits when I say “turn in all quests”. Before that I’ve added a note which tells people to finish the quest before they go to the next step.

  • img
    Neanderthal Répondre
    Fév 4, 2008 @ 22:26

    Well I kind of went a littleWell I kind of went a little overboard with the instances but I managed to get to level 70 when I was really suppose to be 68 according to your guide. I just wanted to say thanks. It’s been very helpful and I’m still using it do do quests in Nether. Wish there was one for Shadowmoon tho! Anyways, I donated a couple for ya. Good work and thanks again!

  • img
    Nightelfpwner Répondre
    Fév 6, 2008 @ 10:52

    WoW how cool thanxjame thank you very much for this guide^^ it’s really great and so easy to follow 8) 8) 8)

    just maybe a little tip: when i was (i think) 68 or 67 i didn’t play with my druid…leveled my pala or somethin like that…so when i started to play with him (druid) again…he had a 200% exp gain. Now i would highly recommend that you then go in instances and stuff like that^^ and also do some questing with this awwwwwwwweeeessssooooooommmmmmmmeeeeeee 😀 guide. yeah so when you’re 70 and you’re finished with the blade edge mountains then you can go to netherstorm and quickly manage to find/get gold from the quests…<----that's how i did it and I would really recommend it for every one cause ive now got a PvP twink my pala is really good equipped and of course my druid has some nice epic pieces from the AH and i've still got 1200g and i'M not finished with this guide 🙂

    Oh yea...by the way....could you make a guide that guides you threw Shadow moon valley? and the other netherstorm quests? it would be way easier then :))

    thanx jame

    -frank

    • img
      Fév 9, 2008 @ 17:12

      I might do it in the futureI might do it in the future if I get the time yes. Only after I finish the horde guide and revamp the alliance guide though.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Fév 8, 2008 @ 13:36

    great guid, some suggestionsHello Jame,

    First off, Great looking guide.
    I was working my lock at 54 when i discovered it, and am picking up on the guide at 57.
    I have been working my way trough, and noticed that i did play a completely different route, and also took a lot of extra time getting other quests etcetera, this guide would have saved me TOND of time. Cant wait to get my new alt up when i finished the lock to 70 and upwards.

    Some suggestions to get it even better tough. I noticed that at least my of the class specific quests can be easally combined with the guide and just taking short detours. ( for example in Sunken Temple ).
    Maybe you could add them into the guide somehow ( like, for locks, get this and that quest range ) and work em into the guide, since we would mostly run them anyways.( i didnt do the succubus tough till i got way higher, wasnt that great for a demon lock anyway, combined her with fellhunter )

    Also, what would be great to get that extra bit of clarity, and make shure one hasnt missed parts of the guides, it would be great to have a short list of active quests when going to the next level part of the guide.
    aka at start of lvl 52 state wich levels / items you SHOULD have in bags and log before running along.
    I would not have a any problems helping out here as i start on my new characters ( add in class specific quests and making the active items / quests lists per level / session )
    Am however waiting with the creation of the new character till i have my lock done, or your first update of ally guide comes out.

    Friendly greetings

    • img
      Fév 9, 2008 @ 17:16

      Hello and thanks for theHello and thanks for the suggestions.

      I will probably implement the “quest list recap” before every level when I do the revamp, it’s a good idea and has already been asked several times.

      I won’t implement the class specific quests though, simply because I don’t want to overload the guide (which is already quite bulky) with infos which are irrelevant for other classes. I don’t think it’s a problem anyway, because everyone can implement their own class quests in my guide (like you did) without too much trouble 🙂

  • img
    bravesamwise84 Répondre
    Fév 19, 2008 @ 1:41

    Skywing and Kristen DemezaFirst off, love your guides, and I’m very excited that the new 60-70 guides are out, thanks for all your hard work!

    Skywing was not bugged for me when I did it yesterday. However, I’ve been killing things around Nesingway camp and have had no luck with Kristen showing up. I’ve been at it for over an hour and a half, and no go. =(

    • img
      Fév 20, 2008 @ 13:00

      Good to hear about SkywingGood to hear about Skywing being fixed. Thank you.

      About Kristen, I wish they’d make her spawn more often, I don’t really see the point in making her so rare. In any case, don’t waste too much time looking for her, she’s just one quest, no follow up 😉

  • img
    Fév 19, 2008 @ 19:23

    firewing signetsJame…wonderful guide as usual, might be worth adding the firewing signet’s quest from scyer for any scyers during the firewing point quests at the start of 65….I think it’s available at 65 and gives 11K xp and nice rep gain of course….can just hang around killing mobs until you have 10 rings.

    • img
      Fév 20, 2008 @ 13:08

      Good idea, I’ll mention itGood idea, I’ll mention it 🙂

  • img
    simon Répondre
    Fév 22, 2008 @ 22:26

    Excellent GuideLong term user of the guide here. I’ve used it so much that I don’t follow it that closely anymore; I’ve memorized large parts of it 😀 Thanks for your effort.

    Small correction that’s been bothering me and now on my third time through I make mention.

    “Kill 4 Thundering Dire Wolves to complete [66] Marauding Wolves.”

    Should read “Thunderlord Dire Wolves”

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Fév 24, 2008 @ 14:52

    bugged bird followingHiya jamie,

    Just did the escort the bird quest,
    Wasnt bugged for me.
    greets

  • img
    Kajj Répondre
    Fév 27, 2008 @ 10:33

    Great guides, almost got myGreat guides, almost got my mage to 70 now ^^
    almost 69 where i should be around 67

    anyway, in Nagrand you can turn in the crystals you get from every mob in at Halaa for some nice xp. I had 66 of em so that is 3 turn in for 11.5k +8.5+8.5= a bloody fast 28.5k xp, considering you run by Halaa all the time it might be worth adding.

    Thumbs up for you and keep em’ coming Jame!

    • img
      Fév 29, 2008 @ 22:56

      Hmm I didn’t know that,Hmm I didn’t know that, sounds great, I’ll add it 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Mar 2, 2008 @ 19:31

    off to area 52 does not workIn Netherstorm, while crossing the bridge, get the quest [68] Off To Area 52.
    This quest does not load for me, even tough i have not got the quets that you suggested to drop.
    All i have opend are :
    ( feel free to remove this if its to much text )
    Auchondon :
    Levixius the soul caller

    Blade’s edge mountains :
    Massacre at gruul’s lair
    Parts for the rocket-chief

    Nagrand :
    Cho;war the pillagerGurok the usurper
    the ring of blood : brokentoe
    Visions of destruction

    hope you have a clue as to what i could do ?

    Friendly greetings
    Pervlock

    • img
      Mar 4, 2008 @ 21:50

      Are you level 67+?

      If yes,Are you level 67+?

      If yes, did you already go to Area 52 before and take the quest [68] You’re Hired!

      Or did you already go there and turn in one of the quests I mentioned you should abandon?

      If not, I really don’t know why you can’t get this quest. But it’s really not a big deal, it’s just about 3000xp, and you can get the follow up [68] You’re Hired! even if you don’t have that quest.

    • img
      mikesphar Répondre
      Avr 14, 2008 @ 0:19

      You can’t get “Off To AreaYou can’t get “Off To Area 52” if you have “Parts for the Rocket Chief”.

  • img
    Toganni Répondre
    Mar 4, 2008 @ 3:38

    Correction CommentsFirst off, GREAT guides! I love using them because I get quests, and not just boring grind-fests!

    I’m working the Toshley’s Station portion of the quest, and you have Ride the Lightning as taking you to Singing Ridge. That is now incorrect (not sure if it was before – first time for me up at this level.) Anyways, Ride the Lightning takes you to Jagged Ridge. The follow-up quest should be Test Flight: The Singing Ridge. Everything after that should be correct, to include the waivers, etc.

    Anyways, thanks for all the work!

    Best –
    T

    • img
      Mar 4, 2008 @ 21:56

      Thanks, fixed!Thanks, fixed!

      • img
        Zhartek Répondre
        Mar 8, 2008 @ 20:20

        Well actually, Jagged RidgeWell actually, Jagged Ridge in the next quote should be The Singing Rigde. Saves a walk 🙂

        Right-click Tally’s Waiver in your inventory and talk to Rally Zapnabber, take a flight to Jagged Ridge. You will land in an area where we need to quest, how convenient!

        • img
          Mar 21, 2008 @ 2:11

          Aye, finally fixed, thankAye, finally fixed, thank you 😛

  • img
    secrof Répondre
    Mar 5, 2008 @ 5:41

    Theres a mistake in theTheres a mistake in the begining where you say “Aldors: Get the quest [64] A Cure for Zahlia from from Sha’Nir (64,15) in Lower City” You say “from” two times.

    Ps AWESOME guide, I really love it.

  • img
    Mar 5, 2008 @ 14:54

    area 521. In Netherstorm, while crossing the bridge, get the quest [68] Off To Area 52. (If the quest doesn’t appear, check your quest log to see if you have [67] A Mystifying Vision. If you do, abandon it and the quest should now be available)

    FYI – There’s a shattrath quest Report to Spymaster Thal…? that does the same thing that I had in my quest log. Everyone wants you to party in A52

    • img
      Mar 8, 2008 @ 14:21

      Oh ok, I’ll mention that oneOh ok, I’ll mention that one too, thanks 🙂

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Mar 6, 2008 @ 17:54

    thanksHello Jame,

    i was 67+ indeed,
    Never been here before, have been following you great guide to the letter from level 57.

    Did get the followup, and indeed no problems at all for the rest.

    Just hit 70, and am VERY greatfull for all the help i got from the guide, levelled me waaaay faster then usually.

    Thanks you a whole lot,
    finishing up the guide tough, to get some extra cash and fun in. Currently in midrealm post.
    I cannot say enough, great guide.

  • img
    yarr Répondre
    Mar 7, 2008 @ 10:57

    I’ve played this game alot.I’ve played this game alot. And have a mainchar that have seen most of the game content. now.. leveling my 2nd alt, i discovered your guide, and its a lifesaver !
    I’ve saved so much time running around trying to remember the best sequence to take the quests. The best thing about your guide is that you save TONS of time on travelling, and also making sure you dont forget important chain quests in certain areas.
    Im closing on 70 in Blades Edge, i have 1000G and 330 enchanting – and still have the rest of your guide to make some gold for the epic flyingmount.
    Id like to join in on requesting a guide for SMV, but really – the guides you already provided are AWESOME ! Thanks a lot !!! 🙂

  • img
    Kriterian Répondre
    Mar 9, 2008 @ 18:32

    Small CorrectionIn the level 68 section it says:

    Right-click Tally’s Waiver in your inventory and talk to Rally Zapnabber, take a flight to Jagged Ridge. You will land in an area where we need to quest, how convenient!

    It should be SINGING Ridge, not Jagged.

    • img
      Mar 21, 2008 @ 0:28

      Fixed, thanks!Fixed, thanks!

  • img
    Dooming Darkness Répondre
    Mar 13, 2008 @ 20:42

    THE Best Guides!! Thanks!!I just wanted to thank you all for these awesome guides! It made my progress very efficient and fun! Who wants to run back and forth all the time?? or /faceslap when you forgot a quest or item?? NOBODY!

    Your guide is the best I have seen. Far superior to many of those commercial ones. It’s unfortunate that your guide was stolen and being resold under a different name. That just demonstrates how damn good it is!

    Also, my opinion is that I wouldn’t spend too much effort revising your guide to adjust to the changes. It was pretty obvious to me what I should and shouldn’t do. Maybe some footnotes about elites being non-elite now, making a lot of those quests easily soloable (I think most were in Searing Gorge? wherever the Slag Pit is and outside of Uldaman). Although, I would add those new quest in the Swamp of Sorrows and Western Plaguelands. Actually, maybe you could just make a bullet point “update/revision” page? Personally, I bet that would work for almost everyone.

    It might also be worth mentioning that it’s not worth worrying about getting loot/gear before going to Outland from instances [of course, I would run them just for the XP and fun – I had a tough time catching any groups as I levelled up, but I didn’t actively pursue grouping]. Almost ALL my gear was replaced by relatively easy quests early on in Hellfire. I am sure it was designed with this in mind. Another suggestion would be to perhaps put a couple of sentences on how to get to Outland through the portal as an alternative to getting a port.

    Anyway, I am looking forward to levelling up another character when I decide to do so (Horde this time!).

    Cheers!!

    • img
      Mar 21, 2008 @ 0:30

      Thank you, I appreciate itThank you, I appreciate it 🙂

      ps: If you find any websites stealing our guides, please let us know.

  • img
    Kergin Répondre
    Mar 19, 2008 @ 15:37

    Another Skywing replyI just wanted to comment on this quest per your request in the guide. I didn’t have any problems with him getting locked up at any point during the quest either; thought I would let you go.

    And just in case you haven’t gotten your daily allotment of kudos today, GREAT GUIDE!

  • img
    zeke47 Répondre
    Avr 3, 2008 @ 22:15

    shaleskin flayerhey for the shaleskin flayers i found very little where you pointed out on the map(only 3) while much more across the road to the west, just south of area 52 thought i might point it out, and thnx for the guide man lvl 69 from 30 in a few weeks 🙂

  • img
    Kercia Répondre
    Avr 13, 2008 @ 7:05

    TypoNear The Top Of The Nagrand Section Of Your Awesine Guide I Found A Little Typo.

    “Also kill any Wild Elek on sight, they drop tusks which will be needed in a later quest.”

    The Mob Name “Wild Elek” Is Spelled Wild Elekk.

    Keep Up The Good Work! The More I Go Into This Guide The More Impressed I Become!

    • img
      Avr 15, 2008 @ 18:50

      That’s correct, fixing itThat’s correct, fixing it 🙂

  • img
    dragonmaster84 Répondre
    Avr 20, 2008 @ 21:13

    CorrectionWhen you’re planting the Oscillating Frequency Scanners, you said 3,5 minutes. It should be 3.5 minutes.

    If you say plz because it is shorter then please, then I will say no because it is shorter then yes.

    • img
      Avr 23, 2008 @ 17:06

      Thanks, fixed! And I likeThanks, fixed! And I like your signature 😉

  • img
    Razko Répondre
    Avr 23, 2008 @ 12:25

    I’m not sure how you endedI’m not sure how you ended up writing this here, but the “The Totem of Kar’dash” quest (the escort in Sunspring Post in Nagrand) is Horde-only.

    • img
      Avr 23, 2008 @ 17:20

      Hmm no, there’s actually anHmm no, there’s actually an alliance version also called The Totem of Kar’dash. Both quests start in Sunspring Village, but from different NPCs.

      • img
        Razko Répondre
        Avr 25, 2008 @ 11:56

        Ah right, I didn’t look goodAh right, I didn’t look good enough, somehow I didn’t even find the alliance quest on wowhead when I wrote this comment. It’s there though now that I checked it

  • img
    09gamerscode Répondre
    Avr 23, 2008 @ 22:33

    Veil ShalasAfter you do the quest “Skywing”, instead of jumping down then running from tree to tree, you can do this. Where the Jailor guy you had to kill for Skywing, there should be a large hill near you. If you mount up and jump, you can land on the hill. Then you can jump directly to the tree where the Sapphire Fire thing is. =)

    P.S. THIS IS THE MOST AMAZING GUIDE EVA!!!!!! Thanks sooo much for posting this guide on the internet. Without it, i’d probably still be lvl 47 instead of 67 =D

    For…PONY!!!!!!!!!!

    –Richard

    • img
      Avr 28, 2008 @ 16:36

      I just tried it and it worksI just tried it and it works well. Thanks for the tip, I’ll include it in the guide.

      ps: Can even be done without mount, just a little more diffcult

  • img
    puref0rlyfe Répondre
    Avr 30, 2008 @ 12:27

    I love your guide!I’ve been using your guide since level 29 (yes i started a level earlier) and i’m finally level 70! and i couldn’t have done it without your guide and i just wanna say how much i love it 😀

  • img
    dragonmaster84 Répondre
    Mai 3, 2008 @ 5:55

    Hey James, guy with theHey James, guy with the awesome signature again =) Anyways, I’ve finally hit 70 and finished your guide, and at the end you said that if we finished all the quests in Shadowmoon Valley and such, we would get close to getting our epic mount. Well, I have found it INCREDIBLY boring without your time-saving and efficient guide. Please James, and all of your fans are begging you, to at least THINK about writing a guide to Shadowmoon Valley. All right, thanks James! 😕

    If you say plz because it is shorter then please, then I will say no because it is shorter then yes.

  • img
    schtinky Répondre
    Mai 12, 2008 @ 23:19

    Missing quests in TelaarGreat guides. Thanks for sharing.

    I’ve followed your guides pretty closely all the way from level 30 or 40, but got off track around 62-63 as I was itching to try out some of the instances in Outland. I think I missed some stuff in sporregar.

    I eventually got back on the leveling guide for 64-67 (my current level) and was doing great until I entered Telaar for the first time: [67] Fierce Enemies, and the two WANTED quests were not available.

    What have I done wrong? Do I need reputation? Did I miss a prereq quest? The only quest in my log as I arrived in Telaar was [67]The Master’s Grand Design. (I never got [64] A Message to Telaar.)

    Thanks for any clarification you can provide.

    • img
      Mai 13, 2008 @ 17:56

      You probably didn’t do allYou probably didn’t do all the Zangarmarsh quests at Orebor Harborage. They give Kurenai faction, which you need to have access to all Telaar quests.

  • img
    Animals Répondre
    Mai 15, 2008 @ 14:33

    67 – BEM Serpents partSup Jame?
    rerolled my first alliance char to play w/ some friends and been doing guides since level 10 (your’s since 30) and am now 68 in 2 bars and am enjoying every minute (well not grinding but thanks to u its realy a neglectable part) ;D

    I found it incredibly annoying to shift out, use the shield thingie, kill one of them, crawl to next one or cancel it and waste mana shifting again when you activate it again, so I found a great solution that any class w/ healing abilities should use.

    Kill 5 or as many needed for the 5 items
    Activate the shield
    Pull a serpent
    Root it so you dont get hit by melee (If possible)
    Get hit by lightnings till you get 25 and just heal the damage each time you get hit instead of trying to kill them.

    I think its worth mentioning in the guide.

    Animals

    admin’s note: changed “u” into “you”

    • img
      Mai 15, 2008 @ 17:27

      Good idea, will add it.Good idea, will add it. Thanks!

  • img
    Mai 16, 2008 @ 16:08

    Thank you!I dinged lvl 70 before i even touched BEM and that got me some cash 😉

    However you should mention that you can’t get the quest Off To Area 52 if you have Spare Parts for the Rocket-Chief that you get in Toshley’s station.

    Thanks a lot!

    //Deron

  • img
    anonymous Répondre
    Mai 17, 2008 @ 4:13

    good job on making thisgood job on making this superb guide.

    I used this guide when i first started this game like 2 years ago PreBC. When BC came out, I leveled 2 of my alts to level 70, before i came back to this site and check if the 60-70 guide is up yet. Currently i am leveling my mage and he just got to level 60. I am not sure did you put every single quests from hellfire,zangarmarsh,forest,nagrand and BEM in here, but if you didn’t, i think it would be good to tell us which quest you missed for each area(only if you have the time, not too important). Those quests might have rewards that people want, but these quests are optional to players.

    • img
      Mai 20, 2008 @ 15:52

      Unless I missed one, allUnless I missed one, all quests should be in the guide. Those who are not included in circuits are mentioned as optional quests. The only exception is instance quests, which I didn’t include on purpose, since it’s up to people to do the instances or not, and if they do, then gathering the quests for that instance is their task 😉

  • img
    Rakhiran Répondre
    Mai 17, 2008 @ 22:10

    Thanks for everythingI followed your guide all the way through from 30-70 on my first toon. If it wasn’t for you’re help I would still be a lowbie! thank you so much for everything… and I’ll let you know when I hit 70 with my horde shadowpriest!

    Rakhiran
    Spirestone

  • img
    jadakren Répondre
    Mai 20, 2008 @ 17:17

    Escape from Firewing Point.Escape from Firewing Point. It’s easily soloable, just make sure you stay behind Isla and let her get attacked first or sometimes she might just walk past you and not help you.

    Sorry this quest is no where near soloable.

    When she gets to the point where the warlocks are…she begins a huge aggro train of death.

    You can’t take them on one at a time, you can’t make sure she joins in…you can’t ensure she doesnt aggro more.

    Quest isn’t worth it in my opinion.

    • img
      Mai 26, 2008 @ 14:43

      Nowhere near soloable is anNowhere near soloable is an overstatement 😛

      I’ve soloed it with 7 different classes, with average gear. Granted it was sometimes close and I even died a couple of times when I wasn’t careful, but it’s definitely doable.

      1. Clear as much as you can before you start the quest.
      2. Let her go infront and get hit first.
      3. If she aggros a big pack, that’s when you pop your cooldowns/potion.
      4. Don’t loot stuff while doing the escort, use this time to eat/drink/bandage. Come back to loot once the escort is over.

    • img
      Juin 4, 2008 @ 4:06

      SoloableI agree this quest can get messy. The key is to pull the warlocks 1 at a time. If you charge right in and attack them where they are you will get into trouble. The same goes for letting them aggro your escort, and having her charge right in… Instead, interrupt the warlock’s spell so they come to you. If your class doesn’t have some kind of ranged spell interruption, just attack one at your max range then turn and run. They will move away from their warlock buddies to keep you in their spell range. I guarantee every mob in this camp can be single pulled like that. Pull EVERY mob that might potentially aggro later on, and pull them well before the escort NPC gets to them, and you should have no problem.

  • img
    edaq Répondre
    Mai 20, 2008 @ 22:49

    Don’t Mount for quest ScratchesYour guide advises that once buffed, you should “Mount up and go back to Sylvanaar quickly,”. However, mounting removes the 10 minute buff and you have to restart the quest.

    • img
      Mai 26, 2008 @ 14:43

      Hmm weird, didn’t remove theHmm weird, didn’t remove the buff for me when I mounted, I suppose they changed it. Thanks, I’ll edit this.

      • img
        Catastrophe Répondre
        Juil 20, 2008 @ 0:09

        Mounting worksHey, I’ve just done the quest “Scratches”, but I was able to mount up and ride back to Sylvanaar and complete the quest no problem. =)

  • img
    Timox Répondre
    Mai 21, 2008 @ 2:03

    Great guide! just one thingThank you for providing the world of warcraft community a wonderfull guide. i have been using it since level 30. keep up the good work and im looking forward to seeing your ‘Guide to Northrend’ 🙂

    however there is just one thing i would like to comment on. In the quest ‘Skywing’ in Terrokar forest. The escort quest. you are asked to escort a bird towards an elite birdmen. i have encountered this elite birdmen and followed your advice to interupt his chain lightning. you also said that he does not melee hard. I am a level 66 Rogue with a little bit better then average gear. and his chain lightning hits me for about 600-700 however his melee hits me for about 800-1000 and crits for 2000-2100(!!) I tried about 6 times and was unable to solo him even with Skywing helping me.

    So i got a partner mage, and even then we both died but after 3 tries we finally got him, with my own life hanging on a thread and with my mage partner already dead. Maybe you should consider adding in your guide that its maybe best to find a partner for this quest.

    The rest is 100% perfect! Keep up the good work!

    Timox

    • img
      Mai 26, 2008 @ 14:50

      Alright, I added aAlright, I added a suggestion to group for this quest. But it’s soloable as rogue though, I did it with my rogue on alliance side when I wrote the leveling guide.

      1. Open with Cheap shot.
      2. Adrenaline Rush
      3. 5 point slice’n’dice/blade furry
      4. Pop evasion, interrupt chain lightnings
      5. 5 point kidney shot
      6. Super Healing Potion
      7. When low on health, vanish, re-open with cheap shot. (Skywing tanks from now on)
      8. Kidney Shot/Kick whenever possible.
      9. He should die before Skywing dies.

      Also, kick his chain lightnings at the last 0.5 second. While he’s casting, he’s not doing anything, so let him cast till the very last second before you kick.

  • img
    bwomp Répondre
    Mai 24, 2008 @ 6:58

    doomcryeri made an account on this website JUST to talk about how completely impossible it is to solo Doomcryer in the quest “You’re Fired” as a shaman.. I’ve never been so pissed off in my life. That’s all i have to say

    • img
      Mai 26, 2008 @ 14:55

      Hmm, it’s actually easy as aHmm, it’s actually easy as a shaman, just use earth elemental or fire elemental totem, that’s what long cooldowns are for, to solo tough mobs! :p

  • img
    steve_o_ice Répondre
    Mai 28, 2008 @ 18:01

    warriors…great guide and it works.

    but just so you know, 75% of the quests that require killing an elite, group, etc. that you say can be solo’d, can’t be solo’d by a warrior, unless you literally have the best gear at your level. Ive died many times tryin to perform quests that you say are soloable.

    • img
      Pammijo Répondre
      Juil 20, 2008 @ 21:59

      WarriorsJust wanted to add that I am currently at Level 68 as a warrior and I had the same experience. I had to abandon Skywing and needed help with most of the solo quests, I just was not able to solo them. Not sure why except we got no buffs to speak of other than shouts and no spells just pure brawn and strong armor but no match for a powerful spell caster. Still no complaints though. These guides of yours are extraordinary!

      • img
        Eyruaad Répondre
        Août 8, 2008 @ 11:03

        WarriorsSo right now i am a lvl 65 warrior, ive been following your guide since lvl 62ish and it has been great!! As to the comments about not being able to do this or that or i cant solo the solo quests, learn to play the warrior class. I am a fury warrior with swords that i bought from honor hold and everything else that I wear is from quests that I did according to this guide. I have been able to solo everything in this guide except a few quests where Jame says to find a group. Everything he says to solo I have easily done and I am leveling faster then ever! Thanks alot!

  • img
    Cilena Répondre
    Juin 4, 2008 @ 1:34

    Hello. I’ve been followingHello. I’ve been following this guide from level 30 and I’ve reached level 60 at a played time of under 5 days which I’m over the moon with. I’ve started following the Outland guides and I’m now level 64, grinding at Firewing Point, to level 65. I read onwards to the level 65-70 guide and read that you have to kill the guy on the top here; Sharth Voldoun. I thought I’d just go up there and kill him for the hell of it. Don’t know if anyone else noticed but he was incredibly hard to kill because he is immune to fear and has an insane ammount of health and I’m sure he’s not elite which is stange. As a warlock, I put up all my dots and noticed he was dying *sad face*. Had to kite him constantly up and down the ramp, quite tough, where I survived JUST by using siphon life, surviving on 10% HP.

    My point is, you may want to add that it’s a tough fight and may require a potion even with cooldowns; if anyone else agrees or noticed this, say so here.

    • img
      Juin 4, 2008 @ 18:44

      Alright, I’ll add a noteAlright, I’ll add a note 😉

  • img
    Tcharles Répondre
    Juin 4, 2008 @ 3:04

    thanks for the great guideJust hit 70 on my druid, and have a few comments/suggestions about your great guide:

    1. In BEM, most of the time you suggest hearthing to everlook etc. I have 30-40 mins left on my timer after doing just 3-4 short quests
    2. At Kirin’Var village, doing the Searching for Evidence quest leads to A Lingering Suspicion, requires killing tormented souls that you kill while escorting Bessy. The followup quest Capturing the Phylactery is also quite easy as most of the mobs will still be cleared, simply requires clicking on an outhouse.

    The next and final quest requires killing elite Naberius, a lich. I guess you might have left the rest of this line out because of him but he is easily soloable by any ranged dps class, not sure about rogue/warriors but with spell reflect it may be possible. Just kite the lich around the house, ducking in to avoid frostbolts. He’ll gradually move up, just run all the way down the next side and never let him get close to you. I wrath/moonfire’d him to death as a feral druid, took 2.5 minutes and only used innervate, no pots. One might die getting used to it, but once you get the hang of it it’s possible to take 0 damage killing this guy. note: If he gets close he will knock you off the edge, and he puts 1000dps shadow circles on the ground, just move off.

    Sorry for the long comment, but I just wanted to thank you again for the great guide – a record level 70 for me, 6 days and 2 hours /played

    • img
      Juin 4, 2008 @ 18:46

      Pretty nice /played scorePretty nice /played score there 😉

      Good suggestions, I’ll keep them in mind and re-work it when I get the time, or maybe just include those quests in my ‘level 70 money making questing” guides. We’ll see!

  • img
    greg99799 Répondre
    Juin 5, 2008 @ 17:46

    Fire at WillHi Jame,

    I just pimped your site yesterday when someone who I had pugged with in Nagrand at lvl 66 saw me a few days later in a party (for CoT). He was still lvl 66 and me 69. He told me I lvl quickly, and I said three words, “Jame’s Leveling Guide”. 🙂

    Anyways, this seems like such a small point to make, but in the quest Fire at Will, you tell a feral druid to go into bear form. I tried that, and it was pretty rough. You had mentioned that the imps come out in groups and to just use Swipe. I tried that, but for me the imps came out one at a time, and I had a devil of a time trying to kill them in bear form. That’s when I went into cat form and just mangled them one by one while hitting the canon on its cooldown. Again, not a big deal – I didn’t fail on either canon.

    I think my main point was to come on here and say THANK YOU for a great guide!!! 🙂

    -Greg

    • img
      Juin 10, 2008 @ 16:19

      Haha, ok And thanks forHaha, ok 😉 And thanks for pimping guide!

  • img
    Sha7 Répondre
    Juin 12, 2008 @ 17:26

    Level 67Really nice guide!

    Some thougts regarding the quests at level 67:

    1. When you’re doing the quest “[67] Picking Up Some Power Converters”, don’t use the ‘Protovoltaic Magneto Collector’ on them immediately. Use it when they only have ~20% HP left, since they’re doing quite a bit of damage afterwards.

    2. When you’re doing the quest “[67] What Came First, the Drake or the Egg?”, you can use the ‘Temporal Phase Modulator’ multiple times on the same target. Just wait or crowd control (fear, roots etc.) the nether drake until the 10sec cooldown of the modulator is over. Repeat until your target turns into the type of nether drake you need.

    • img
      Juin 16, 2008 @ 18:20

      Good suggestions, I’ll addGood suggestions, I’ll add them, thank you!

  • img
    brutan Répondre
    Juin 18, 2008 @ 21:16

    What should I do when I level early?Hey james, a lot of the times I will level quite a bit before one of your level guides “for example, 61-62” is over. So I will get to like, level 62 and still be doing level 61 quests that you designed for your guide.

    Do you think it would be faster if I skipped the level 61 quests “for example” and went straight to the level 62 quests or just follow the guide through without skipping anything even though I will level earlier?

    • img
      Juin 26, 2008 @ 17:41

      Hell no, don’t skip any ofHell no, don’t skip any of the Outland quests. Even if you are 5 levels ahead of the guide, it would be a bad move.

      Being ahead of the guide in levels is GREAT! It’s actually normal and intended. Keep up whatever you’re doing!

      • img
        iceymage Répondre
        Oct 15, 2008 @ 19:08

        i have completed some of the quests but im only 65what should i do here!! 😕 i really need help im curently lvl 65 but i notice i have done some of the qs you suggest doing.

        i will tell you the exact queasts iv done when i can get back on wow. plz help!! WOTLK is soon out and im not 70 yet 🙁

        • img
          Oct 15, 2008 @ 19:20

          It’s ok, just jump in theIt’s ok, just jump in the guide at at point where you haven’t done all the quests and follow it. Ignore the quests you’ve already done. You’ll eventually get back on track hit 70 if you follow the guide.

          • img
            iceymage
            Oct 16, 2008 @ 17:42

            thx alotI jumped into the point you said and I’m now lvling lke a trooper thanks alot great guide as usual!! 😀

            Admin’s note: Fixed spelling. Please do an effort with your spelling next time. Use proper capitalization, “i” instead of “I” etc. “Thanks” instead of “thx”. Thanks in advance.

  • img
    Numbnuts2 Répondre
    Juin 25, 2008 @ 21:58

    for the quest [63] The Bigfor the quest [63] The Big Bone Worm , you wrote “After about 2 minutes he will die automatically”. If that is so, why do we even have to fight him?

    • img
      Juin 26, 2008 @ 17:42

      Because if you don’t do someBecause if you don’t do some damage to it, you won’t be able to loot it.

  • img
    Sharukahn Répondre
    Juin 27, 2008 @ 2:09

    SkywingSkywing Escort

    Lunga the Imprisoner
    On a side note, but if at all possible watch for and interrupt his “Pierce Armor”
    i hadn’t noticed he casted it. but beforehand he hit for mid to high 200’s. afterwards he crit me for 2200 and followed up with successive strikes, whereas lowest was 800. After that, Potion was laughable :O

    other than that is fun and easy as pie mission

    • img
      Juin 30, 2008 @ 18:54

      Alright, added a note. ThankAlright, added a note. Thank you.

  • img
    flake99 Répondre
    Juil 3, 2008 @ 15:03

    level 64/65Hi there.

    I just recently found your guide and while im level 64 very close to level 65 I would like to follow your guide in getting to 70 asap. Would it be hard to jump straight into your guide from level 65 or would i need to do seeral previous quests from 64 or so?

    Any recommendations on where to start?

    Thanks

    • img
      Juil 5, 2008 @ 14:49

      I can advise you where toI can advise you where to start if you tell me approximately what’s your current situation (zones you’ve quested in, etc).

      I can also give you this other advice: just jump in the guide at the beginning of a circuit close to your current level, and ignore the quests you can’t get. After a while, you’ll be back on track, and those quests won’t matter anymore.

  • img
    Huntard Répondre
    Juil 8, 2008 @ 16:27

    Help meHey Jame, great guide! I have used you guide on 3 chars, and now a proud owner of 3 lvl 70’s 😀
    But I have a problem with my 4th char!
    Heres the problem:

    6. First of all, go to Wildlord Antelarion and ask him for a new Gas Mask. Destroy the old one if you still have it, they have a one hour duration.
    East of Evergrove you should see a path going up the mountains, take it.

    You say that I have a gas mask in my bag but I don’t, and I can’t get a new gas mask from Wildlord Antelarion, it hasn’t been a problem on my other chars, but on this it is, can you help me plz :(?
    Again, awesome guide! Without your guide I would still be a lowbie d:

    • img
      Juil 8, 2008 @ 18:30

      You missed this stepYou missed this step apparently:

      Go north of Razaan’s Landing and kill Fel Corrupters until one drops a Damaged Mask. Right-click it to start the quest [68] Damaged Mask.

  • img
    Pammijo Répondre
    Juil 16, 2008 @ 1:54

    Hai’shuludI had to login and comment on your “little trick” which was absolutely brilliant! Worked like a charm. I followed your directions exactly though I kept thinking “wtf?” and it totally worked. I have to acknowledge you that was awesome! Thank you for this guide!!!!!

    • img
      Juil 16, 2008 @ 17:48

      Glad you liked itGlad you liked it 😉

  • img
    Jakestr Répondre
    Juil 17, 2008 @ 8:13

    ProblemHey James, the guide is great, and I never thought I could level through the last 10 levels so fast.

    Though I have a problem:

    “2. Go southeast to The Heap (29,78). Kill Zaxxis agents until you have 10 Zaxxis Insignias and gather up 10 pieces of Ethereal Technology”

    For some reason I can’t pick up the pieces of Ethereal Technology… Would you know why? 😕

  • img
    youngchoi Répondre
    Juil 18, 2008 @ 5:23

    Spelling error :)In the paragraph describing quest; Terokkarantula,

    it says:

    I you can’t find help and can’t solo her, just abandon the quest and come back to do it at level 70. Base Camp.

    it should be:

    If you can’t.. ^^

    ———————-
    anyway, i started to use your guide from level 60 and i’ve done it really fast and efficently without wasting any time.. to get upto level 60, i didn’t use any guide.. it took me a month..
    very good guide 😀

  • img
    Iamaom Répondre
    Juil 22, 2008 @ 0:01

    Quest infoJust some extra info, on [64]Veil Lithic: Preemptive Strike, you might want to add that the eggs are around the houses and huts. When I first got there I was like “wtf where are these eggs” and spent about 5 minutes killing things before I noticed they where in nests hugging all the buildings, they’re similar color to the nests and ground to they might be hard to spot if your not really looking.

    • img
      Juil 22, 2008 @ 20:58

      I really don’t think this isI really don’t think this is necessary because there’s actually a picture of those eggs in the guide 😛

  • img
    jetha Répondre
    Juil 23, 2008 @ 21:50

    Murkblood InvadersDidn’t see this mentioned before, but by chance I discovered that if you catch up with the Murkblood Invaders on the road at the entrance to Aeris Landing, members of the Consortium will help you fight. Just make sure you kill one of the Murks yourself or you won’t get the Murkblood Invasion Plans.

    – Jetha

  • img
    Heltastic Répondre
    Juil 26, 2008 @ 23:46

    Rested xp ftwJame, great guide — I’ve used it to level a trio of alts — but my method was to only play them with rested xp. Once an alt was out of rested xp, I’d finish up whatever I was doing, and park him in an inn or city to regain the rested xp. (sounds easy, doesn’t it).

    As a result, my first alt just hit 70 just after the first quest in netherstorm. I also will admit to skipping a few yellow kills (okay, most of them), and only running a few dungeons along the way – mostly for quests.

    Now I’ve gotta see which is faster for making money — SSO dailies or netherstorm/SMV quests!

    Thanks, again!

    • img
      Juil 29, 2008 @ 1:02

      Welcome, glad you liked theWelcome, glad you liked the guide!

  • img
    Iamaom Répondre
    Août 1, 2008 @ 18:29

    Planting the bannerOn the quest Planting the banner, you CAN run back and finish the quest if you die if your quick about it.

  • img
    Lappy17 Répondre
    Août 4, 2008 @ 3:17

    omgJame, you are amaaazzziinnggggg. I hated leveling before, mostly because i sucked at it. But your guide got me to start leveling my priest up. At level 68 atm….THANK YOUUU!!!!

    For the quest “Plating the Banner”, i can confirm that you can run back and keep doing the quest. I did it just today(Sunday August 3, 2008).

  • img
    Strike1 Répondre
    Août 8, 2008 @ 20:17

    BEM Efficiency ChangeHey Jame, I saw one part in the guide which you could change to add further efficiency to two circuits in BEM. In the first chain, you suggest hearthing to Sylvanaar after killing Rema, but this hearth isn’t needed. Rema is very close to the Toshley station. I mounted up and got the flight path and then flew back.

    This allowed me to save my hearth since the distance from Rema to Sylvanaar isn’t really that much. Also, after I finished with the ogres, I could fly/hearth (I flew) to Toshley’s which saved the time of running back over the same path we took to Rema. I think you should consider adding this in because the hearthstone is much more valuable in other situations that would save more than a minute or two :P.

    In Nagrand, I’d suggest looking for a group to do the three Mastery quests and Ring of Blood a little earlier than what you suggested. There aren’t always groups that will get off the ground with these quests, for the RoB, I did it at the end of level 65, and the whole while I was in Nagrand, no other group was able to form and/or complete the chain. It still gives the same amount of XP, and the rewards will actually help you level faster, so I am glad that I was rebellious and did it earlier.

    Amidst all of what seems like a lot of criticism, I’d like to say that this guide rightfully pwns and Outlands would’ve been much slower for me than it already is. I’m level 68, can’t wait for 70! I might not play WotLK until you make a guide for it because after seeing how much of a pain it is to level in Outlands, I can’t imagine Northrend. And waiting for the guide will help me miss the crowd (I.E. everyone comming on right at release and having to wait for the mobs to respawn and then try and flag them before everyone else!)

    • img
      Sep 8, 2008 @ 18:41

      Good suggestions. AndGood suggestions. And honestly, constructive criticism like that I’d be happy to get all day long 😛

      I’ll add those changes as soon as I get the time. Thanks!

  • img
    Gedrin Répondre
    Août 18, 2008 @ 12:45

    Your guide is GREATI just wanted to say thank you for your AMAZING guides! I couldnt level at ALL before. Thank you so much for your guides, don’t stop now 😛 can’t wait for your up coming guide on Northrend. Thanks again 😀

  • img
    d00ter Répondre
    Août 28, 2008 @ 21:44

    Hey, your guides are greatI’ve been following them since level 40 on my Paladin.

    I found a minor mistake in the Nagrand part:
    “Stay close to the Nesingwary Safari and keep checking if a gnome NPC named Kristen DeMeza shows up. When she comes, she will get attacked by an undead NPC, defend her and she will have a quest for you: [65] I’m Saved!, turn it in immediately for 11000 easy XP.”

    I just killed the undead, and handed in the quest.
    I noticed that, while it’s not a huge deal, you say her name is Kristen DeMeza, when it is actually Kristen Dipswitch.

    • img
      Sep 9, 2008 @ 15:08

      Interesting, so they changedInteresting, so they changed it. I’ll fix it, thank you.

  • img
    Pittos Répondre
    Sep 1, 2008 @ 5:05

    Love itJame , very good guide m8, i used your guide for horde and alli a few times and loved them every time ive lvled a char, this is first time ive used your 60-70 guide and it was amazing just like the rest, ive lvled to 70 b4 u made the guide and when doing it with your guide i never realised how many quests i missed along the way,

    cheers for puttin so much time into these guide for all us noobs

    Pittos – newest lvl 70 around

  • img
    Adrobiel Répondre
    Sep 2, 2008 @ 16:12

    Energy Isolation CubesHi Jame.

    Thanks for all the effort you have put into all your guides.

    Just a suggestion that might be worth noting in the guide. When picking up the Energy Isolation Cubes at Manaforge Coruu, I personally found it a lot easier to go inside the Manaforge to collect them. There are usually plenty around with a quick enough respawn timer and you don’t pick up unwanted adds as easily as outside. You only have to watch out for the wandering Arcane Annihilator.

    Thanks again Jame, and good luck with any other guides you’re planning in the future 🙂

    • img
      Sep 9, 2008 @ 16:13

      Thanks for the suggestion,Thanks for the suggestion, I’ll keep it in mind 🙂

  • img
    LumpyNugget Répondre
    Sep 24, 2008 @ 22:26

    Thanks, and a comment or twoFirst and foremost, excellent work! I’ve used your guide before by starting in the middle and getting caught up. This is the first time I’ve used your guide from level 30 onwards and I hit 60 at 4 days, 18 hours played, with basically zero assistance (strictly questing on my own). I’m now 68 and soon to hit my 5th level 70 toon. I’m really enjoying the guide!

    A couple of things that may be worth mentioning, although it’s quite minor (I figured I’d mention it nonetheless).

    For the crust burster venom glands in blades edge: These have a very, very small radius at which you can kite them. For classes that can fear or for classes that tend to round up large piles, they will very quickly reset and/or evade bug so it’s best to single pull them and not fear them unless you want to have to reset the pull and start over.

    For the death’s door quest, you mention that levitate/slowfallers should drop straight down. You don’t need slowfall at all for this. You can simply fly to Toshley’s station and hop down behind the griffon. If you jump carefully you can hop down small chunks at a time and make it all the way to the bottom without dying. You may need to bandage once halfway down, but this is much more efficient than cave-crawling.

    Great work on the guide!

    • img
      Sep 25, 2008 @ 1:11

      Oh, didn’t know that aboutOh, didn’t know that about Death’s Door. Sounds great, I’ll try it out and add it to the guide, maybe even make a small vid about how to do it. Thank you 🙂

      • img
        LumpyNugget Répondre
        Sep 25, 2008 @ 6:56

        another minor detailI’m testing this right now, but for the “it’s a fel reaver with heart” quest: you mention it being optional and that you can wait 5 minutes for the despawn. Why not instruct people to start the quest, run out of combat, then go kill warp raider nessad while they are waiting for the despawn 🙂 It’s the next quest in line and you can very easily go kill him and all the stuff in the way, and then go back to the fel reaver and wait out the last minute or two for the despawn.

        Again I’m offering very minor suggestions, but I can tell you’re all about efficiency so I thought I’d chime in 🙂

        EDIT: Just did it, it works fine and you end up with about a 2 minute wait depending on how much trash you kill en route to nessad.

        • img
          Sep 25, 2008 @ 8:25

          That’s also a very goodThat’s also a very good suggestion. Thanks 🙂

  • img
    DuserMiester Répondre
    Oct 2, 2008 @ 13:25

    Great Guides“Out here due process is a 2 handed axe in the back of your skull” 🙂 I’ve used your guide to level my horde toon to 70 from 40. I’ve also use it for an alliance toon from level 20 (in combo with Boston’s guide}. In both cases I did no instances and very very little grinding and still hit 70 about 2 levels earlier than the guide. Proof that the guide works wonderfully!!!! The only issue I had was with the group quests for the Mastery in Nagrand. Very hard to get people to group for some reason and with me being a hunter toon, but I as able to come back and solo them when I hit level 69. Keep up the good work, and I to am waiting for your guide to come out before tackling the Liech King add on!!

    • img
      Oct 2, 2008 @ 13:49

      Thank you for your feedbackThank you for your feedback 🙂

  • img
    Kimmi Répondre
    Oct 9, 2008 @ 22:48

    Amazing guidesjust want to thank you for all the hard work you’ve put into helping others Jame, you’ve done an excellent job and I am thankfull for it

    just out of interest, how many high level characters do you have :p?

    • img
      Oct 10, 2008 @ 8:37

      About a dozenAbout a dozen :p

  • img
    gamerboy101 Répondre
    Oct 17, 2008 @ 0:12

    Im StuckJames i really need your help. Im a lvl 67 rouge and i did most of the quest in Outland up to Netherstorm. I followed your guide from 49-60 and then I decided to explore more. Now I’m lvl 67 and decided to follow your guide to get to 70 before WotLK and im behind. According to your guide im supposed to be lvl 69 by Netherstorm. What should i do to catch up. Also i didnt do some of my group quest but even if i did i think that i think i still won’t catch up. :jawdrop:

    • img
      Oct 17, 2008 @ 7:47

      Hmm that’s a tough one. YouHmm that’s a tough one. You must have missed a lot of quests :/

      I can advise two things:

      1. Check all the previous zones, starting with Hellfire Penninsula, go to every village and check if there are any quests. If you find quests, look it up in my guide (use the search funtion of your browser CTRL + F), and then do them.

      2. If you don’t feel like doing that, try to see if there’s a reputation with items you’d be interested in at level 70, and grind that reputation.

      Like, for example you could grind up to Exalted with the Aldor and get Vindicator’s Brand. You can grind Marks of Kil’Jaeden up to level 68 and then Mark of Sargeras up to level 70 and you should be Exalted by then. That’d be an efficient way to go about it.

      If that choice interests you, we got a guide for farming those items:

      Aldor/Scryer Items Grinding Guide

      Hope it helps

  • img
    Oct 30, 2008 @ 10:07

    [66] ScratchesOn the quest [66] Scratches, near the beginning of the Blade’s Edge circuit, you do NOT lose the buff if you mount up. Mounting up and heading straight back to town is soo much easier than fighting your way back out. I have done it this way for 5 different characters now, always works fine.

    I’m willing to bet the poster who claimed you lose the buff when you mount simply clicked off their own buff when they tried to dismount.

    • img
      Oct 30, 2008 @ 12:48

      Fixed it, thank you!Fixed it, thank you!

  • img
    Nov 1, 2008 @ 3:17

    Wow, thanks for the tip withWow, thanks for the tip with the Big Bone Worm. Killing him that way is hilarious. (It took two tries, on the first try I just waited him out so I got no credit. My mistake.)

  • img
    bobomankc Répondre
    Nov 1, 2008 @ 15:10

    hey Jame!
    love yourhey Jame!
    love your guides..
    i’m a lvl 69 and half hunter and i did only the first two quests in blade’s edge mountains 8) so i was wondering should i finish all outland quests and then go to northrend and should i purchase wotlk asap or finish TBC and get some gold?

    • img
      Nov 1, 2008 @ 17:32

      You should finish TBC forYou should finish TBC for two reasons:

      1. WotLK isn’t out yet, so you a couple of weeks to finish TBC before you can even buy it :p
      2. Extra gold and reputation before going to Northrend will of course be advantageous.

  • img
    gamerboy101 Répondre
    Nov 6, 2008 @ 1:46

    Thank You Thank You very much for the tip to catch up and I made it to 70.

  • img
    hodge Répondre
    Nov 7, 2008 @ 4:02

    Danke!I was going to wait until 70, but I’m 3 bars into 69 and just can’t hold it in any more! THANK YOU! This is the second toon I’ve levelled to 70 with your guide, and the first that was (almost) step-by-step from 30. Combat Swords Rogue + Jame’s Guide = POWERLEVEL!

  • img
    Galenor Répondre
    Nov 8, 2008 @ 23:50

    Go north to Lower City and find Oloraak (58,16), get his quest [Go north to Lower City and find Oloraak (58,16), get his quest [69]Can’t Stay Away

    If you already went to Auchindoun and did the Save Lakka quest, which was my case since I started this section at lvl68, you won’t be able to get this quest.

    Thank you for your guides James!

  • img
    beaninfo Répondre
    Nov 9, 2008 @ 4:19

    Corki’s Ransom ChangeI just did this quest after the last patch and Corki gives you the Cho’war quest. Apparently Cho’war has the key to Corki’s cage so you can’t free him until you do the Cho’war quest.

  • img
    austaris Répondre
    Nov 9, 2008 @ 10:04

    Minor Typo correctionFrom the bottom of my heart, I thank you so much for your guide. I can only imagine what kind of person spends so much time and effort to do all this and then gives it out for free. They should write songs about you. (Who ever They are!)

    I know your busy with your other guides and I hardly wish to distract you, but I thought I would let you know I caught a little typo.

    “==Note== From now on, kill Felsworn Daggermaws, Felsworn Scalewings and Fel Corrupters on sight, until ou finish the quest [67] Culling the Wild.”

    Should be “until YOU finish the quest”

    Bless you in all that you do! 🙂

    • img
      Nov 9, 2008 @ 11:15

      Thanks, fixed it!Thanks, fixed it!

  • img
    badgerboy22 Répondre
    Nov 15, 2008 @ 16:45

    Bugshey james…great guide….ummm i am currently level 68 priest on anvilmar realm and i am just starting at level 65 and i am trying to kill sharth voldon…and u say he is going to drop the Final Code but i ahve killed him 4 times and he hasnt dropped it yet…can u plz tell me whats going on? :sick:

    • img
      Nov 15, 2008 @ 22:16

      1. Do you have the quest1. Do you have the quest [65] The Final Code ?
      2. Were you in a raid when you killed him?
      3. If it’s neither of that, try relogging, and if it doesn’t help, abandon the quest and get it again.

      ps: please do an effort with your spelling next time. Use “you” instead of “u”, etc.

  • img
    NECKTIE Répondre
    Nov 20, 2008 @ 9:50

    Problem….Hey
    Ive followed your guide from the start.
    now ive hit Nagrand, and i cant get half the quest’s you say to when we first have to go to Tellar
    Im unfriendly and as far as i know there’s been nothin in the guide for kurenai Rep
    Any advice?

  • img
    NECKTIE Répondre
    Nov 20, 2008 @ 10:14

    Ignore Problem….wait my bad
    i missed the part in orebor harbour =P

  • img
    Nov 21, 2008 @ 6:47

    “Go north to Lower City and“Go north to Lower City and find Oloraak (58,16), get his quest [69]Can’t Stay Away.”
    Im level 68, scryers (if it matters) And cant get this quest perhaps it’s been removed, could someone confirm?

  • img
    Nov 21, 2008 @ 14:22

    Something you might like toSomething you might like to add

    7. From the tunnel, go east/southeast until you find Vindicator Haylen (50,76). Get his quest [65]For the Fallen.

    You could also be doing the quest “Strained supply lines” which you can get in shattrath, which requires you to loot 8 dreadfang venom sacks.

  • img
    Nov 21, 2008 @ 15:56

    The trick to my previousThe trick to my previous comment is that its an aldor quest however You can get it even if you are scryers, just make sure you colect it before you go unfriendly, so as soon as you enter shat.Its an extra 10k exp so why not.

  • img
    Nov 26, 2008 @ 9:54

    Quest suggestionMay I suggest doing the quest “Attack on Manaforge Coruu” as an Aldor? By killing mobs in the way doing the other quests at Manaforge Coruu, most of the quest is completed already.

  • img
    blindandstoopid Répondre
    Déc 1, 2008 @ 4:24

    Hey Jame, great guide asHey Jame, great guide as always, many thanks for all your hard work, just thought i’d point out a little spelling error :p

    In the 65 section, just after the Big Bone Worm circuit is finished it says

    12. Go north to Auchindoun, enter through the west gate (33,66). Up the stairs you should see a chest called “Aunchenai Coffin”.

    it should be “Auchenai Coffin”

    just thought i’d be a bit anal and point it out for you

    Good job and Thanks

    • img
      Déc 2, 2008 @ 12:04

      Thank you, fixed!Thank you, fixed!

  • img
    SmJx Répondre
    Déc 2, 2008 @ 5:50

    quick questionHey james

    first i wanna say that i love your guide! im using it for my dk and hes leveling faster than ever! 🙂

    but i got a quick question…

    When i ding 70, im not going to be done with the 65-70 guide, so i was wondering if i should keep going or skip the rest and move on to 70-72?

    thanks!

    • img
      Déc 5, 2008 @ 18:37

      at risk of putting words inat risk of putting words in jame’s mouth, he typically recommends that you finish his outland guide before moving to northrend for a few reasons:

      -after these quests turn grey you wont get any gold reward for doing them, so you might as well get the exp and gold while you still can. the end result is that you hit 80 sooner, and will be able to do more quests for the gold instead of experience reward, which turns out to be pretty significant and is more fun that having to grind or do the same dailies over and over.

      -green quests give the same experience rewards as yellow quests do and are significantly easier and faster to get done. i dont have the actual math, but it is faster in terms of time played to stick in outland a little longer.

      -when you get to northrend the majority of quests will be green, and you wont have to worry about some not being available and messing up your circuits, which you would have to consider if you went to northrend at 68.

      hope that helps 🙂

      • img
        Déc 5, 2008 @ 19:23

        Great reply !Great reply ! 🙂

      • img
        Zookbert Répondre
        Mai 20, 2009 @ 23:47

        green quest experienceOn patch 3.1.0 I took my lvl 69 out to catch up on some elite quests I skipped at lower levels. Here is the xp I got:

        [64+] A Cure for Zahlia, five levels below me, full xp (13350)
        [63+] The Rock Flayer Matriarch, six levels below me, ~80% xp (10600)
        [62+] Drill the Drillmaster, seven levels below me, ~60% xp (7550)

        So in your 60’s at least, green quests five levels below you give full xp, but starting at six levels down they begin to scale back on xp. I thought this data would be useful in helping people decide how long to stay in an area doing green quests.

        • img
          Mai 21, 2009 @ 21:38

          That’s very useful, thanksThat’s very useful, thanks for the info! 🙂

  • img
    Kahrn Répondre
    Déc 6, 2008 @ 8:46

    Missing StepDuring Questing in Nagrand, at one point you say to Go back to Telaar, turn in all the quests and get all the follows ups, one of which is
    [66] Diplomatic Measures

    However, the quest before that,
    [66] The Twin Clefts of Nagrand

    Is never covered beforehand, although you do ask us to pick it up, so the killing of those ogres needs to be squeezed in there somewhere, probably in the circuit after picking it up, during the killing of Enraged Crushers, since we pass by the area.

    Love your guides by the way, great work! 🙂

    • img
      Déc 7, 2008 @ 23:53

      Nope, you missed thisNope, you missed this paragraph:

      1. Ride west / southwest to the ogre cave at (40,32) just north of Halaa. Clear the way to the cave. Go to the northernmost part of the cave, where you should find Corki. Right-click the cage to free him, you should already have the key. If you don’t have it, kill some more ogres until one drops it.
      Once Corki is free, clear the way out and kill all the ogres you still need to finish [66] The Twin Clefts of Nagrand.

      • img
        Kahrn Répondre
        Déc 10, 2008 @ 8:13

        OopsAh, gotcha, I must have passed over that paragraph because I had run the Corki chain earlier, to get the quest reward on the Death Knight shopping guide 😀

  • img
    Xkofein Répondre
    Déc 6, 2008 @ 11:00

    nice guide :)Hello Jame,

    i really like your guides , but i don’t know what to do, i am lvl 70 and still in nagrand. What should i do? go to the northrend or make all quests in outland first?
    i am death knight.

    • img
      Déc 6, 2008 @ 19:51

      It’s really up to you.It’s really up to you. Technically it would be better to stay in Outland – you will otherwise lose these quests, since at 80 they will not give money but you’ll still need to complete them if you want the achievements for those areas.

      However, going to Northrend is certainly a possibility.

      My advice is: Stay in Outland as long as you can stand it. I took my character to Northrend even though I hadn’t finished all the quests in Outland because I just couldn’t wait to see it! But really it’s better to stay if you can stand it. You’ll still get good xp rates, you will have many more quests available at 80 to give you gold, and you won’t waste time later coming back to do the Outland quests for achievements. But, if you are having zero fun in Outland, just head north 😉

  • img
    Lastar Répondre
    Déc 8, 2008 @ 19:20

    Just wonderingHey Jame. I’m a level 66 Night Elf Hunter and I’m wondering where to start from this guide.
    Thanks for making such great guides.
    Lastar

  • img
    Déc 11, 2008 @ 2:55

    Oshu’gun Crystal PowderJame,

    During our stay in Nagrand, I was a little surprised not to see the quest Oshu’gun Crystal Powder. Seems like a rather easy 11K EXP, since we’ll pass by Halaa in level 66/67, and we’ll be killing a bunch of mobs for other quests. I assume that it was left out because Halaa is a PVP objective, and as such may not always be available to members of your faction?

    For anybody who is interested, here’s a quest summary:
    Collect 20 Crystal Powder Samples (like Unidentified Plant Parts, they’ll drop occasionally from most mobs), turn them in while your faction controls the city. From what I’ve read, you can even get 8,750 EXP on repeat turnins (Halaa doesn’t have a faction per se, since it belongs to whoever has the power to take it.) Starts and ends with Chief Researcher Kartos in Halaa.

    • img
      Déc 11, 2008 @ 12:26

      You assumed correctly. It’sYou assumed correctly. It’s because it might never be available during your stay in Nagrand, depending what faction you are in, depending on your server.

      I guess I’ll add a note, one day :p

      • img
        Déc 11, 2008 @ 12:32

        That’s right, the last timeThat’s right, the last time I went through on Horde, it was on a very Alliance heavy server (Warcraftrealms had the ratio at like, 77% Alliance) and I never once saw Halaa turn over to the Horde side. Quite a shame, really, I had like 80 powder saved up.

  • img
    Déc 14, 2008 @ 0:33

    Finaly finished itlevel 76(a little bit late)… I went off to northrend at 72 did a couple of zones. came back at 76 do the q’s before it all went grey. Seems the 8 levels exp diference is still in place. Just a couple of things.

    No map needed for this next circuit.

    1. Go to the small house which is directly southwest of the tower, inside this house you should find a Weapon Rack (57,87). Right-click Dathric’s Blade from your inventory while standing infront of the weapon rack.

    Actually its probably directly west not directly south west. Maybe put “Its easy to spot one of the only buildings left standing.”

    “You could then say the next one is two houses further along the “road”. Next another two houses further along (turning right) and the last one another house along turning right again.” of course that’s just what I find easy to understand maybe the others weren’t confused by that section.

    The only other problem was a minor typo Rel-reaver

    5. Go southeast, just outside of the dome you should find a camp with Gan’arg Engineers and Mo’arg Doomsmithes in it (49,59).
    Kill as much as needed for [69] In A Scrap With The Legion and also gather 10 Rel Reaver Parts, which are scattered all across this camp.

    Now a question: hould I finish off outland while it is still green or should I go back to northrend where I will level much quicker.

  • img
    Déc 19, 2008 @ 9:23

    Elite (Group) QuestsI noticed that you said a lot of quests that involve an elite mob should not be soloed, but as my Ret Pally two level ahead I could solo everything without bubbling, or using Lay on Hands, with no trouble at all, except the quest in Shat, “What book…” I think was it. Then again I am two-three levels ahead of the guide, but I really don’t see it to be that hard. For instance I solo killed; Torgos, Hai’shulud (I killed, didn’t wait for despawn/ auto death, but had to use a pot and Gift of the Naaru), and Terokkarantula with no little/ no problems. Maybe its just the fact I am a higer level, or I just got lucky, but still it doesn’t hurt to try 🙂

    Thanks for guides, really loving them.

    Name… Hordius & Diazar
    Server… Smolderthorn
    Faction… Alliance

  • img
    Cookiemonster Répondre
    Déc 22, 2008 @ 5:32

    There’s a coordinate changeThere’s a coordinate change for this part:
    3. Go to (47,40), and follow the ledge as shown on the map, kill every Enraged Crusher, Talbuk Thorngrazer and Clefthoof Bulls on the way.
    It’s (47,35) now with the new coordinate changes. 😛

  • img
    stejens Répondre
    Déc 25, 2008 @ 4:24

    Recommended your guide at level 65Hi James,

    I have recently been recommended your leveling guide, only problem is, is that i am level 65 already, i went to your 65-70 page and have been trying to get my quest log to look like that at the start of this page by doing quests to try and get it to look like that and then go from there…

    But am not sure if this would be the right thing to do as it may mess up the flow of doing the guide correctly from here on (i.e by the time i have got it to look like that i may have levelled up to 67 or something).

    So if you could let me know what to do, or if i am going about it correctly would be great!

    Thanks.

  • img
    LekaiM Répondre
    Déc 27, 2008 @ 12:09

    thanks and a questionHey mate,

    First of all, thanks for your guides. These make wow alot easier since i am more for the end-game content:)

    I also have a question: Can i go to northrend at 70, with skipping some parts of the guide?
    I am almost 68 right now and just started the 65-70 part, but i also need ALOT of money for my mount, since i play a DK and i would like to buy that mount. It costs 950G but “levels” with your riding skill. Dont know what the riding skill costs, sorry forgot :p
    I am at almost 1000g right now but i still have a long way to go i reckon. When will i be able to buy the mount?

    Thanks again and i hope to contribute in the future!

    • img
      Déc 27, 2008 @ 19:20

      Yes, once you hit level 70Yes, once you hit level 70 you may skip the rest of my Outland guides. Just go straight to my Northrend leveling guides and then don’t skip anything anymore, no matter what.

      However, if you want more easy gold on your way to level 80, you shouldn’t skip anything. Finish all my outland guides and you’ll be about 1.5K richer once you hit level 80, more or less.

      If you want to know why, read the two blog posts I made about it:

      http://jamewowpro.blogspot.com/2008/11/going-to-northrend-at-level-68-is-it_25.html

      http://jamewowpro.blogspot.com/2008/11/fun-and-easy-way-to-make-gold.html

      • img
        Jan 23, 2009 @ 14:45

        following you and then ill see Hi Jame 🙂
        just want to let you know, that my dk is almost 69 following your guid to the letter and (missing only 35k of xp)just doing 2 dungeons in between (boosted, so not too much xp)and I’m just starting your 65-70 leveling guide.
        I’m curious to see what level I’ll be when you send me off to Northrend 🙂
        and again.. cant say it too often.. Love your guide 😀

        • img
          Fév 3, 2009 @ 11:41

          Ok, follow up on this.
          IOk, follow up on this.
          I just turned 70 while I finished Terokkar (with the Bird quest in Shratt.
          I still need Nagrand, Blade Edge, Netherstorm…

          When am I suppose to do Shadowmoon??
          Will I not be way too much into 70 when I finish those 3? Just wondering…

  • img
    lilack Répondre
    Jan 6, 2009 @ 0:35

    Quests Left?Tnx Jame for the quide´s! Been following them from lvl 30-70 now 🙂
    I have just completed your 65-70 guide, but the last thing in the guide is to take some new FUP´s and then the guide is finisht.
    And the new quests is´not in the 70-72 guide, should i finnish the on my own or just abandon them and go to Borean?

    Tnx again for the great guides!

  • img
    Meladori Répondre
    Jan 9, 2009 @ 3:16

    Hi Jame! Your guide isHi Jame! Your guide is awesome and is making leveling easier than I ever thought it could be 😀 I’m telling everyone I know to try your guide for leveling!

    on [63] The Big Bone Worm I noticed that if you use vanish when fighting the gnomes, they will simply disappear, and you can avoid the fight if you want to.

    Also, I tried the guide exactly as you described for about an hour, and Hai’shulud never appeared. I grouped up with someone that was at the edge of the continent, and he appeared on our second try 😕 I don’t know if it’s a coincidence, or what, but I thought I’d let you know in case it was more than just my bad luck.

  • img
    reanimatedshad0w Répondre
    Jan 22, 2009 @ 21:20

    Around what should be theAround what should be the avg played time for each level? So I can see what I’m doing wrong/right so i can maximize my time.

  • img
    LeRoi Répondre
    Jan 23, 2009 @ 20:15

    Problem with Murkblood InvadersI have already killed those guys for 3 times but no plans were available for loot. Just money and netherweave cloths. My lvl is 69, would it be the problem?

    The fact is that I entered first Nagrand when I was 65 to help smbody and killed on sight those 3 guys.

    I may have looted those plans and afterwards just dropped them due to lack of space in my bags, but I don’t really remember. Can I have those plans again? Did I miss smthng in the meanwhile?

    BTW great guide, I reached 70 with my Pala in less than 2 months. 😉 🙂

  • img
    Kazhan Répondre
    Jan 25, 2009 @ 17:43

    Tip for easy gold + question about gray questsHi!

    As so many people before me told you already, I’ll do it again: your guides are awesome! 🙂

    Allow me to do a suggestion to other lvlers.
    At the moment, my warlock is lvl 70, almost 71, and I took him to Isle of Quel’Danas where I did the dailies. I did 10 dailies (+ 2 in hellfire) on less then 45 min, and it awarded me like 120K XP just from quest rewards (each quest gave me around 11K). My titanbar told me I was gaining almost 300K XP/hour, more then 2 times my average while leveling!
    With a few gearpieces from Northrend, no gankers, no waiting till respawn, mobs who die far more easily then in netherstorm or blade’s edge, it is astonishing. Tomorrow I go back to see if the xp-reward stays the same, which I think it is. So now I would advise everyone who wants some extra money at lvl 80 to do the dailies each day until you’re lvl 73-74 or so, but yeah, after a while it can be boring so see yourself 🙂

    Now let me ask a question myself: when does quests turn gray? 6 levels lower? As currently I’m nearing 71 and I only started at Blade’s Edge, but it’s really boring (I’m too strong, there’s no fun :p) and I’m planning to go do 1 zone in Northrend after Blade’s Edge, but how far may I level before the lvl 67-68 quests in Netherstorm and Shadowmoon valley turn gray?

    Thanks for those guides!!!

    • img
      Jan 26, 2009 @ 1:04

      Level 10 – Quest turns greenLevel 10 – Quest turns green at level 7, grey at level 4.
      Level 20 – Quest turns green at level 17, grey at level 13.
      Level 30 – Quest turns green at level 27, grey at level 22.
      Level 40 – Quest turns green at level 37, grey at level 31.
      Level 50 – Quest turns green at level 47, grey at level 39.
      Level 60 – Quest turns green at level 57, grey at level 47.
      Level 70 – Quest turns green at level 67, grey at level 57.
      Level 80 – Need to go check that when I get time.

      • img
        wisemoon Répondre
        Sep 11, 2010 @ 21:01

        Quests Going Green and GreyI have a level 80 DK, and I was doing Netherwing dailies in Shadowmoon recently–everything there is grey. I’m not sure, but quests in Borean Tundra and Howling Fjord might be grey–they do have a (low-level) next to them for my lvl 80 (I’m just going by the Wyrmrest daily in Coldarra as an example). But the other quests I have in Northrend are still green…I had some left for Grizzly Hills and Zul’Drak when I hit 80.

        It seems odd if the early Northrend ones are grey at lvl 80, given that at level 70 you have a green-range of about 13 levels. At that range, quests should still be green all the way back to level 67! So even the late Outland quests should be green. Doesn’t really make sense to me.

        anyway, don’t know if that helps or not. But there it is.

        Wisemoon

  • img
    infinitus Répondre
    Fév 5, 2009 @ 16:59

    levelsAt 80 quests turn grey at 67. So everything in Netherstorm and Shadowmoon can still give you bonus gold at level 80. I just dinged 71 after finishing Blade’s Edeg Mmountains, and am saving the rest of Outland to come back at 80. So sick of it now! By the way I made enough gold to buy my Epic Flying at 70 just levelling up and gathering!

    Great guide, Jame, you’re really a great guy helping so many people level and not asking money for it! You don’t see that kind of generosity much nowadays. Thanks and good luck on your further work!

  • img
    netjinx Répondre
    Fév 8, 2009 @ 2:55

    One small fixGood God I love your guide!! Many thanks for an awesome job! I can’t imagine playing without it anymore.

    Now, one thing I did find, a little ways after the start of level 66 you wrote
    “Turn in:

    [65] HELP!, get the follow up [66] Corki’s Gone Missing Again!
    [65] The Ruins of Burning Blade, get the follow up [66] The Twin Clefts of Nagrand
    Get the new quest [68] He Called Himself Altruis…. This quest only becomes available at level 66, and is given by the same roaming npc which gave us the caravan quest earlier.”

    However at this point we have not done the caravan quest yet where you gather the supply crates, you instruct us to do that later in the guide. So at this point “He called himself Altruis” is not available yet.

    Anyway, that’s it. Thanks again mate!

  • img
    gaglos255 Répondre
    Fév 24, 2009 @ 4:00

    OMGOMGOMG 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 I hit 70 with this guide while i was still in Nagrand!!!!!!! I LOVE YOUR GUIDE!!!!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • img
    Fév 28, 2009 @ 3:12

    I noticed a fewI noticed a few spelling errors while reading this guide, here they are:

    10. Once you are down, enter the lower western gate.

    Get the quest [67]I See Dead Draenei from Ha’lei.
    I believe it it should be:
    10. Once you are down, enter the lower western gate.

    Get the quest [67]I See Dead Draenei from Ha’lei. Go to Ramdor the Mad and turn in:

    Also:

    9. (Optional) Many classes cannot solo Terokkarantula, because this spider is immune to movement impairing effects and to fear. She can be stunned though. So if you can solo her or got someone to help you, go to the south eastern tip of the forest and you’ll find Terokkarantula there (53,81). I you can’t find help and can’t solo her, just abandon the quest and come back to do it at level 70. It’s about 20000xp worth of quest exp, so that’s a nice sum of cash at level 70. If you kill Terokkarantula, go back to Vindicator Haylen, turn in the quest and get the follow up [65] Return to Sha’tari Base Camp. I believe the I should be if.

    • img
      Mar 1, 2009 @ 0:11

      Thanks.
      Fixed them for youThanks.
      Fixed them for you Jame.

  • img
    Mar 1, 2009 @ 22:45

    Found anotherFound another one:

    Hearthstone to Shattrath City. Go see Rilak the Redeemed in the northern part of Lower City (53,21). Turn in [65] Return to Shattrath and [65] Skywing.
    Right next to Rilak stands Defender Grashna, he should have a quest now: [65] The Skettis Offensive. Certain classes probably can’t solo it, but you can give it a try. There are 4 waves: 2 birds, 2 birds, 3 brids, 1 big bird. The normal birds hit reasonably hard but have very few HPs. Make sure you eat/drink or bandage in between waves. Save your potion and cooldown abilities for the big bird. He hits for 1000 on cloth but he can be kited, polymorphed, hibernated, stunned, feared, etc. If you can’t manage it, ask for help, there’s a lot of people in Shattrath doing nothing but standing there and looking pretty Sticking out tongue
    Turn in [65] The Skettis Offensive for 16000xp and a decent necklace.

    I believe it should be Birds

  • img
    Mar 7, 2009 @ 23:32

    SuggestionThis is a great guide. In Nagrand right now, at 68, heh. I have WotLK, but I feel as if I should completely finish outlands, every achievemnt, because I start up northrend. Yes, I’ll be level 74~ or so when I finish SMV, but I feel like doing it. However, you don’t seem to have an SMV guide. I would simply love a guide, for completeing SMV as quickly as possible. Thanks!

    Stown of Earthen Ring Alliance

    • img
      Mar 8, 2009 @ 0:11

      Jame does plan to make suchJame does plan to make such a guide eventually. However, right now he has a TON of stuff on his plate, and he has chosen to put the leveling addon first. Next in priority are the remaining Northrend guides, then finally the rest of Netherstorm and SMV.

      I know, it kinda sucks because I too want those achievements! But we’ll have to be patient with him 🙂 You can help speed up the process by doing beta testing for the leveling addon, if you like 🙂 See this page for details.

  • img
    grayson Répondre
    Mar 31, 2009 @ 14:04

    What happened to Netherstorm?Hi,

    Long time lurker here. I’ve been using your guides for a long time and lately have been using the new addon version, which is great!
    The webversion of the guide has Netherstorm in it but the addon version ends after the quest Death’s Door in Blade’s Edge Mountains.
    Do you plan to add Netherstorm to the addon any time soon? Having to return to the printed webversion of the guide feels like a step backwards 🙂

    Anyways, thanks for all the hard work. I’ve would have quit playing WoW (again) a long time ago if it weren’t for your excelent guides.

    cheers.

    • img
      Mar 31, 2009 @ 20:08

      Those guides just haven’tThose guides just haven’t been written yet. If you are on the Horde side, the Netherstorm guide is on the way relatively soon (my test character is in Terokkar atm, and I’ll write the Netherstorm guide when I get there if it isn’t already done).

      Hope this helps, and I’m glad you enjoy the guides 🙂

  • img
    Smithy2uk Répondre
    Avr 7, 2009 @ 9:29

    Rare CreatureHey just like to say great guides! I have started from the DK starter guide through to this one so far.

    Will just like to add that for the quest ‘The Spirit Polluted’ in Sunspring Lake, Nagrand area, there is a rare lvl 66 mob called Goretooth that swims around in there. I killed him and got a achievement called Medium Rare.

    Keep up the great work!

  • img
    Pristage Répondre
    Avr 16, 2009 @ 16:40

    Mastery qs also awesome guidejust thought i’d let you know since patch 3.1.0 the mastery quests have gone from kill 30 to kill 12 also awesome guide shot through levelin in outland on my first alliance char 😛

    several other qs have changed also like the rare bean quest and many others which my smallish brain can’t remeber XD

  • img
    Zenxion Répondre
    Avr 20, 2009 @ 20:44

    Minor Typo + missed questWhere you have [66] The Entroaching Wilderness it should be [66] The Encroaching Wilderness.
    Also, where it says:
    Aldors: Go west to Manaforge B’naar (27,65), kill 8 Sunfury Magisters and 8 Sunfury Bloodwarders.
    I presume this is for the quest ‘Distraction at Manaforge B’naar’. This should be taken from Area 52 and the prequest is ‘Assist Exarch Orelis’, which should be taken in Shattrath after handing in [64] Restoring the Light.

  • img
    Harlequin Répondre
    Mai 12, 2009 @ 14:19

    “Boots” is dead!Currently in Area 52 there is a bug where “Boots” the Quest NPCs remains dead indefinately. I guess there’s supposed to be a little startrek easter egg where he dies, and the “doc” comes over and res’es him after some banter. But right now that even won’t run (at least on my server). If you find Boots dead for more than a minute or two, then you will be unable to do: [68] Securing the Shaleskin Shale (and the follow up) [68] That Little Extra Kick. Which in the guide looks like this:

    “3. Go southeast to (35,74). You should find plenty of Shaleskin Flayers in this area, kill them till you got 5 Shaleskin Shale. Then go back to Area 52, turn in and get the follow up [68] That Little Extra Kick.”

    Not a big loss, just skip those quests in the guide and move on. Just wanted to point that out so people weren’t killing Shaleskins for no reason trying to complete a quest they don’t have (which I may or maynot have done ^_^)

  • img
    Antaeron Répondre
    Août 17, 2009 @ 1:58

    Final Code / Escape from Firewing PointHey,

    First of all, this guide is a godsend….this is my first character and I think this guide is the only reason I haven’t bogged down and quit the game before making it to lvl 80 so I can raid with my friends.

    Just a note….for the quest [65]The Final Code, I think it should be mentioned that you have kill your way to a transporter at the top of a spiral ramp (right above the caged night elf) and then use that to get up to where Sharth is. The transporter at the very top of the tower (past the place where you kill Sharth) is the a fore mentioned teleport back to the entrance of the tower.

    Second….I can’t figure out how to get the [64]Escape from Firewing Point night elf out of her cage….maybe just a newb thing but I didn’t see anything mentioning a key in your guide.

    If these issues have already been addressed in a previous comment I apologize but I read through and didn’t see anything about it.

  • img
    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 30, 2009 @ 7:53

    The Big Bone WormHey I just wanted to say that it is possible to solo Hai’shulud in the thrid part of [65] The Big Bone Worm, I did it easily enough with a 66 DK never had to use pots or bandages either, I know I know it’s because it’s a DK but still I just wanted to put that in there that it’s not impossible

  • img
    kellykelly_2003 Répondre
    Mar 31, 2010 @ 15:00

    add onsI haven’t played in a while, but have a 68 mage. I followed your suggested addons and my action keys/bars are small and grouped together in the middle of my screen. In addition, it doesn’t seem like I am able to access the area on talents that gives you some talent tree specs.

Laisser un commentaire

Votre adresse de messagerie ne sera pas publiée. Les champs obligatoires sont indiqués avec *

Archives