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Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide – Chapter V Released!

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We are proud to announce that after weeks of hard work and countless hours of gnome labour the final chapter of Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide is now completed. It is a direct follow up of the previous chapters of Jame’s Alliance Leveling guide and will take you from level 65 to 70:

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

Jame is going to start working on the horde guides from 60-70 immediately. Approximate release dates are as follows:

  • Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide Chapter V (60-65): End of January
  • Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide Chapter V (65-70): March

Jame’s previous leveling guides are currently getting revamped to adapt to patch v2.3, please check this news post for more information and schedules.

The reason why we chose to revamp the Horde guides first is because Jame decided to write the 60-70 guides first for Alliance. As we don’t really want to favour any faction, we decided that it would only be fair if Horde guides received some love first.

Lastly a quick reminder that Jame’s and Snowflake’s Leveling guides together (along with all the contributed starting guides) make up a huge compendium of free, high quality leveling guides, from the WoW-Pro community for the WoW-Pro community. That’s approximately 350-400 A4 pages of free guides. If you like our guides please take some time to leave feedback or contribute yourself.

– The WoW-Pro Team

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    Frostenflame Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 15:02

    Goodjob!Hey jame

    thanks for the chapter 5 ! going to be lv70 soon 😀 thanks by you jame for the hard work 😉

    Greetings.

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 12, 2007 @ 23:06

      Great guide!Great guide as allways James but when is the horde 60-65 coming?
      Im just curios.

      BTW, I love your guides and just wanna know a date. 🙂

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        Déc 13, 2007 @ 6:59

        https://www.wow-pro.com/node/1https://www.wow-pro.com/node/1397

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          Anonyme Répondre
          Jan 13, 2008 @ 16:35

          HeyI was just wondering, for no specific reason, if you preferied either Horde or Alliance, and why? Thanx for the great guides by the way 😛

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            Jan 13, 2008 @ 22:50

            I like both equally.I like both equally. However, I like taurens and blood elves a lot as races, so I end up playing Horde more often than Alliance. :p

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 12, 2007 @ 21:53

    and to think I was just checking in today!I thought on a whim I might come and see if it’s ready…..and it is, happy day!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 14, 2007 @ 14:01

    plz help its realy frustrating loljames im so confused on the first bit in lvling from 30 to 31 ive looked in the inn were it sais thelady should be and she aint wat should i do have a read it wrong or is there something else i musted to plz help :jawdrop: :jawdrop: 😕 😕

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      Déc 14, 2007 @ 19:41

      If you mean the npc whichIf you mean the npc which gives [30] Highperch Venom, apparently the npc was moved to auberdine and the quest was removed.

      I’ve no idea why Blizzard did this, it seems like a mistake. I’ll take it off the guide for now.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 21, 2007 @ 19:35

    Do the 60-70 guides have youDo the 60-70 guides have you do all the outland qsts, including all dungeon qsts?

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      Déc 21, 2007 @ 23:23

      Most outland quests besidesMost outland quests besides a few elite ones. Dungeon quests are not mandatory, it’s up to you.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 24, 2007 @ 5:57

    Aldor/ScryerI’ve recently reached Shattrath with my priest, and being a Draenei I was wondering how long it’d be before you decide to write an Aldor equivalent (since that seems the better option for me).

    I realise there probably isn’t much difference, but with this being my first char to 70 I really wouldn’t have a clue on which quests to do instead, or which parts of the guide I’d have to miss out.

    Thanks in advance.

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      Déc 26, 2007 @ 15:02

      Don’t worry. There’s onlyDon’t worry. There’s only one quest at this level which depends on Aldor/Scryer. So even if you don’t do it, it’s not a big deal.

      There are a lot of Aldor and Scryer quests in Netherstorm, but I’ve added seperate paths for both factions, so basically, just follow the guide without worrying about it 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 28, 2007 @ 0:13

    awesome-ness :jawdrop: wow :jawdrop:

    speechless

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    Déc 28, 2007 @ 3:45

    Sixth time’s a charmHello Jame!

    Congrats on a great guide and great feedback from the community. I had time to get five chars to 70 before trying your guide on my sixth and it’s no suprise it’s going faster and more efficient than ever, even my hunter. I can’t wait to watched my /played after I do my final chars following your revamped alliance guide all the way from lvl 20.

    Thanks again this guide!

    Tarciryan

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      Déc 28, 2007 @ 12:20

      Hey Tarciryan! Glad to seeHey Tarciryan! Glad to see you’re still around 🙂
      Keep me posted about the /played of your character when it hits 70 🙂

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        Déc 30, 2007 @ 5:32

        Sure thing, of course thisSure thing, of course this can’t happen without your 20-30 guide:-p If possible, I’m curious as to what rough path you are following zonewise in that guide, i.e. Duskwood->Wetlands->Ashenvale. Can you give any info on this? 20-30 have always been a headache as there are many zones to choose from, all with equally crappy circuits of few quests and a lot of running. I do favor the Ashenvale->Wetlands->Ashenvale trip after they added the quests and FP at Forest Song a while back.
        Can’t wait to find out how you’re solving this:-)

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          Déc 30, 2007 @ 13:13

          What I usually did was startWhat I usually did was start with red ridge mountains, then go to Darkshore and do the higher level quests there. Then go Ashenvale, Duskwood, Wetlands, Ashenvale.
          However it’s been a long time I haven’t leveled an alliance character from 20 to 30, so I can’t say for sure what’s the best way to do it.

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            Déc 31, 2007 @ 7:17

            I’m currently working myI’m currently working my druid through the twenties. After a mix of Darkshore and Bloodmyst I was already 22 when going to Ashenvale (and a draenei would be even further ahead because of more quests available to him in the 10-20 range) and I’m halfway to 25 now before even being close to having to go elsewhere. I picture a quick trip to either Stonetalon or Wetlands before going back and finishing up to 30 in Forest Song.

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    mycool Répondre
    Déc 28, 2007 @ 16:06

    Just to say thanksHi James , thanks so much for these guides. I got my undead warlock to level 60 with your guides. Before a guild member told me to use your guides i was strugling to get to level 40 on my troll shaman.

    I stoped playing world of warcraft a little while back since i had my end of year exams to focus on but im ready to get back into it and i come here to see your horde 60-65 will be done soon :O PERFECT!!

    anyways thanks again for all your hard work you put into these guides.

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    dfscott Répondre
    Déc 30, 2007 @ 19:38

    Thanks for this!Thanks for this! I had tried this guide way back when, but the initial grinding in the level 30 guide put me off. But the guide I was currently using ran out at 67, so I was happy to see this here. I was able to power through level 67 and 68 in no time!

    Thanks and I look forward to the new revamps for my lowbie alts!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 31, 2007 @ 23:31

    /played7 days 16 hours to 70

    thanks man

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    Deri Répondre
    Jan 6, 2008 @ 1:54

    Rough Zones for 60-70Hey Jame, I’m a UD Warlock,and I used your guides to get from 36-58 amazinly quick. I have a quick question, I levelled from 58-61+15 bubbles in Hellfire, and now I’m almost 62, and am just about to start the quests in Zangarmarsh. What I’m thinking, is Zangar til 65 (or I run out of quests), then Terrokar til 66 (67 if possible), Nagrand til 68, then BEM/Netherstorm til 70? Could someone please tell me if this is feasible? Love the guides, thanks.

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      Jan 7, 2008 @ 19:14

      Zangarmarsh from 62 toZangarmarsh from 62 to 63.5
      Terrokar from 63.5 to 65
      Nagrand from 65 to 67
      BEM from 67 to 68.5
      Netherstorm for the rest, and there’ll be a lot of quests left there.

      That’s without any rested bonus of course.

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        Deri Répondre
        Jan 7, 2008 @ 22:55

        ThanksOK, Jame thanks for the quick response

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 19, 2008 @ 8:18

    <3Just thought I’d drop a note in to thank you for your wonderful guides.
    Rerolling again for friends and this really takes the edge off 😀

    So, excited about wrath? Or dreading all the new work to be done? :p

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      Jan 19, 2008 @ 13:51

      Very excited and lookingVery excited and looking forward to write guides for it. The part I dread is not having enough time to do them as soon as I’d like to do them :p

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 24, 2008 @ 22:08

    Worth repeating…I have given my praises before, but I think it is well worth repeating…your guide is by far, hands down, THE BEST. And to add to it’s already legendary state of coolness, it’s FREE.

    Anyone that would care to challenge my claim, please…bring it.

    I am about section 53 of your guide, my toon is rolling by at lvl 58. As of today I will be following the updated guide from the point I am at.

    A few friends have asked why not just skip, jump to Outland and get going on the bigger better quests, the gold, ect. ect. Why? All my quest give me high XP, and my path is nice and neatly laid out for me. Why would I wander around aimlessly, wasting time and getting picked off?

    No thanks, I will follow “the word of Jame”.

    Thank you Jame (and Snowflake) and keep up the great work.

    Akalyde, Blood Elf, lvl 58

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