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    lexon4 Répondre
    Déc 30, 2006 @ 23:08

    it was okTHis guide was ok, but i did everything you said and i only got to lvl 37. Idk if it’s my fault or not but i was really wanting to get to 40 for my mount. I am a lvl 37 Hunter and i started at 30. But all in all pretty good guide.

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      Déc 31, 2006 @ 0:12

      eh? 😛

      If you follow myeh? 😛

      If you follow my guide correctly you should be at the level my guide says you should be o_O

      I calculated the XP given by the quests in the guide and for the missing XP I said you should grind. But in total you should be lvl 40 at the end of chapter I of my alliance guide, I don’t understand how you “only got to level 37” 🙂

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        Mav92 Répondre
        Mai 12, 2007 @ 18:43

        Yeah Jame I too am finishedYeah Jame I too am finished chapter 1 and I’m only lvl 37, I’m a paladin and I’ve started this long grinding session 🙁

        Anyway great guide I’ll definately be continuing to lvl 60 😀

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          MauroR Répondre
          Nov 28, 2007 @ 11:20

          Thanks JameYour guides rocks, Thanks very much.

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Déc 3, 2007 @ 13:27

        SuggestionGreat guide, thanks for your efforts. Especially like the maps and numbering.

        One item I did not spot is.
        -Cloth hand in.
        –In each major city (2 in IF) you can hand in:
        –60 wool, silk, mageweave amd runecloth
        –Worth a lot of XP and takes almost no time as you will be in the city.

        Might be worth adding into guide when you “warp to a city”

        🙂

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          Déc 4, 2007 @ 16:50

          That’s a good idea, we’llThat’s a good idea, we’ll try to add that in the revamped guides 🙂

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      Xioyn Répondre
      Mar 20, 2007 @ 8:38

      Great GuideGreat guide probably would never made it to 60 with out it 🙂 🙂

      Quick question are you making one for 60 – 70? 😕

      If so that would be sweet

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    Deathaxe Répondre
    Déc 31, 2006 @ 6:48

    Best level 30-60 Guide i have Ever Read.James, i worship you. Your guides are so greatly detailed and shows exacually where i need to go and who to talk to, i have a level 46 Night Elf hunter, started guide at level 32, i have never leveled so fast, if it wasn’t for your guides i would of probally not even be level 40. Thank you for taking the time to write these guides. I also have one question.
    Do you plan on making a level 20-30 Alliance guide? i looked at some alliance guides on here for 20-30, but their not really any good. And at 20-30 is usually the level i start to struggle with. Just was curious if a 20-30 was on the way or not. Either way, Very nice job on the current guide i give u a 10/10.

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      Arpez Répondre
      Déc 31, 2006 @ 11:14

      wowwow! this is a realy good guide…. got from lvl 30 to 41 in one day! its amazing!

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        Jan 4, 2007 @ 5:59

        Wow that must have been oneWow that must have been one hell of a day!

        These guides are pretty good. I have used them 30+ a couple of times now, and while I do miss something here and there sometimes do to formatting, they are awesome. I would have to say that post 2.0.1 there are a good deal of extra quests here and there around the world that might be added. To the Swamp of Sorrows walkthrough in particular.

        A 20-30 guide would be a very good addition if that could be done. With the extension of Forest Song there could be a good deal of different locales to level. Would be nice to know what the most efficient path was.

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    jedybg Répondre
    Déc 31, 2006 @ 17:54

    No doubt thats a masterpieceNo doubt thats a masterpiece guide 😀

    Human Mage – Bloodfeather PvP ( EU )

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      PingPong Répondre
      Jan 4, 2007 @ 0:29

      I can’t seem to make it but i believe that it worksHi, first of all this is my first char and I play a mage. I don’t seem to notice that my lvling is so fast since it takes me about 7 hours per lvl following this guide. I have to admit that in SVT I get kicked by hordes cause I’m on a PVP server so I went Grinding to get lvl 34 in sargeron just beside the next location you said for lvl 36 lvling. It’s safe out there and there are plenty of lvl 32-33 demons, easy killing. At the beginnning you said there wouldn’t have a lot of grinding but i kind of get 30k grinding expi every lvl and that’s what makes it long. Am I supposed to have so much grinding to do? There’s also the fact that I’m not able to get over 5k grinding expi per hour and that is long too. 5k to 30k makes it 6 hours. If anyone could give me an advice or whatsoever on how to play my mage or I don’t know what i’d be thankful.

      PS. One reason why my grinding expi is slow is that I’m always drinking water for my fire built mage spends it all on two demon killing. I use to Pyroblast, Fireball, Frost Nova, Fireball again and end it with a Flameblast and that kills it. (Usually they don’t die if I Screech’em for the last hit)

      Briefly
      1)Am I supposed to always have around 3/4 of a level to grind?
      2)Is there a way to have a mana/kill efficient rating?
      3)What’s the use of those :

      1. 1X Patterned Bronze Bracers ~50 Silver
      2. 1X Frost Oil ~ 2 Gold
      3. 1X Gyrochronatom ~1 Gold

      Early thanking

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        Jake Davidson Répondre
        Jan 4, 2007 @ 9:22

        No problemTo: PingPong

        During Jame’s Guide he uses quest grinding rather than straight up grinding most of the time, and it could be that you’re only grinding and not quest grinding. Follow his circuits and do the quests, kill everything along the way and don’t waste time at all running to and fro handing quests in, do that in the end. 🙂

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          Orthor Répondre
          Jan 4, 2007 @ 10:01

          tBC Expansion.I suppose that this has been asked lots of times before, but do you plan on writing up a 60-70 guide when the Expansion is released later this month?
          Needless to say, we’d all love it if you did! 🙂
          Cheers for a great guide, and hopes for more to come!

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            Jan 5, 2007 @ 6:08

            I will, as soon as possibleI will, as soon as possible ^^

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      ykimura Répondre
      Avr 6, 2007 @ 22:34

      Very Good GuideHey im 12 years old BUt This Guid IS really cool

      Still Having soem trouble buyign Some Pages.. But Really Good!!! 😛

      }:)

      The best guide Actually its the only guide i Understand but still o_O
      Im gonna do Part2 Now .. Seems to me that is great

      Fazoox Level 42 mage In Shattered Halls

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    Jake Davidson Répondre
    Jan 4, 2007 @ 9:19

    Great Guide!I must say, when I first looked at the Guide with my 42 Priest, I didn’t think I could do it. I stopped playing for awhile, but then decided to try with my 30 Hunter. In under a week and a half i’ve gone from level 30-48 using this Guide and averaging about 5 hours of play a day. It’s detailed to tell you exactly where to go, when to go, and in the end gets you a hump sum of experience in a short amount of time.

    Great Guide Jame’s don’t know what we’d do without you. 😀

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    Jake Davidson Répondre
    Jan 5, 2007 @ 6:54

    Possible Update for lvl 46?I’m not sure if you know about this Jame’s, but either recently or just after this new patch, there was a Draenei placed in Aerie Peak with 3 quests of relative ease, and rewarding some easy experience. One of them, which asks you to find Furrolborrow or some odd Dwarf’s house, is just South of Aerie Peak and all that is needed is for you to right click on the book on the table in the house and it rewards an easy 3k experience (possibly more, not sure if quests lose total xp or not for higher lvl, I did it at 49 to hit 50 rather than grinding).

    He also gives you another one to kill a Witch Doctor and his pet spider, which at 46 at the time I found to be extremely easy (then again i’m a hunter and just used my pet as bait :D).

    The third quest is just killing Wolves which actually fits in nicely with the circuit, since the wolves are right along the way and is a good easy quick grind.

    But anyways, just thought i’d let you know. 🙂 I’m pretty sure you have a grinding session in the lvl 46, and could replace it with those three quests for a real easy 7-13k exp.

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      ozintokyo Répondre
      Jan 7, 2007 @ 7:29

      Great guide!I am currently at 46 now, and this seems to be the longest grinding section – I have 6 and 1/2 bars to grind to be 1 bar before 47.

      Great guide – I love it. I agree with Jake, there are a few additional quests that have been added to the game since the last patch.

      Additional point to note to those that are not getting their level high enough, I wonder if you are doing this in a group? I think that is quicker and easier, but you do not get quite the same amount of xp when you are grinding for the quests, hence the additional grinding required.

      I am looking forward to using the rest of your guides to hit 60! 🙂

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    KhaoticLogic Répondre
    Jan 8, 2007 @ 6:44

    Excellent GuideJust wanted to say I am having great luck with your guide, though I must admit I jumped in it in my late 30s and it was a bit difficult to sort through STV, but once situated there, it has been an invaluable referance. Thanks a bunch Jame.

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    Chumpy Répondre
    Jan 13, 2007 @ 19:45

    Cap’n Chump[b]YARR![/b] How ya doin’ matey?

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    Ransarus Répondre
    Jan 15, 2007 @ 4:48

    GREAT GUIDEJame, great job. Anyone who can’t follow this guide and be successful should really either 1. Learn to read or 2. Pay attention to what they are reading.
    If you follow this guide, you will get to where Jame says you will. It’s so easy.
    I am thoroughly impressed.
    Are you doing a guide for 60 to 70?
    Do you have any other guides other then leveling?
    ie Money making
    Thanks a bunch for all your hard work.
    Appreciated here.

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    ashyy Répondre
    Jan 15, 2007 @ 11:58

    Snowflake wrote:Jame’s[quote=Snowflake]Jame’s popular step by step guide on how to get an Alliance character to level 60![/quote]
    Le guide étape par étape de Jame sur la façon de monter un personnage Alliance jusqu’au niveau 60

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    Magimix Répondre
    Jan 15, 2007 @ 15:35

    Brilliant guide!Just wanted to say thank you Jame for writing such a good guide. I only discovered it when I was lvl52, and I followed the steps from 50 to about 57, in the process going from lvl 52 to 60, which I dinged last night! Yay!

    Found the overall quality of the guide very good, and would heartily recommend it. It’s fun, efficient and easy to use, and it’s free!

    I also found that being a couple or three levels higher than the section I was following made some encounters a fair bit easier than they would be at the ‘correct’ level, and I didn’t feel that the XP/hour I was getting suffered too much as a result. I’m a casual gamer, so having an easier time of it suits me fine. Being a bit higher than the recommended level also helped me by allowing the option to skip over instance runs and crack on with the next solo stuff, which saved me time too. I’ve done some of the instance stuff before, and will go back to do it later as it is fun, but because you can waste a lot of time doing instances with PuGs that fall apart or have people who quit half way through, it’s nice to have the option to skip them.

    Overall, a fantastic piece of work.

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    FishinKev Répondre
    Jan 15, 2007 @ 20:36

    ExcelentHi and thank you for the time and effort you have put into this guide. I have not been playing wow for long. I was getting very frustraed before finding this guide. I was spending more time running here and there to finnish a quest.

    I have just finnished the 31-40 Alliance guide. Opps im 42.

    I had alot of fun with this. I did the guide with a friend YUP! the whole thing. We killed everything we saw. We did some grinding when we were waiting for one another to get on and quest again. But i went from 30-42 In 5 days. But most important i had fun.

    Im just printing off the next guide!

    Thanks once again!!
    FishinKev

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    Telnets Répondre
    Jan 17, 2007 @ 18:07

    Thank you!Propz to James and writing this guide. My First 60 took me almost 4 months to level on my own. Having that charachter in end-instance raiding, I decided to create a Gnome Warlock with the goal of 60 before TBC expansion. Thanks to your guide I managed to go from 30 to 60 in 6.3 days /played.

    I literaly went from 46 to 57 in the course of 2 days while I was sick at home.

    Most of this guide was easy as pie. There were a few things I did out of order (Like the dino you bring the meat too in ungoro) because I knew as a warlock I could solo these at a lower level then the guide recommended. Little things like that made for good XP.

    I personaly did not have to “grind” any one spot JUST for XP. The only grinding I did was for quest items.

    I look forward to hopfully seeing a TBC expansion 60-70 guide soon!

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    Tart Répondre
    Jan 18, 2007 @ 17:00

    Large donationHello,

    Could the guy writing these guides please email me tart188@hotmail.com. I am looking to get my hands around some great leveling guides and I am willing to make a large donation for them.

    Thanks

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      sneaktokill Répondre
      Jan 19, 2007 @ 2:17

      Jame’s inside plz!Hey Jame,
      Thanks a bunch for the leveling guides, I was tearing through the levels with my rogue, 1-60 in /played 9-10 days or something like that. If you could e-mail me, rcbandit2000@hotmail.com with when you think the 60-70 guide will be up I’d greatly appreciate that. Thanks again!

      -Sneak.

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    Niokus Répondre
    Jan 24, 2007 @ 17:06

    hard to joinat level 41 its particulary dificult to join this guide having done some quests earlier on and then not having done some of the quests you now have follow ups 2, im hoping this changes as i level though

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      Borger Répondre
      Jan 25, 2007 @ 1:36

      Not hard to join…Just start at the lvl 30 Qs and work ur way up into ur lvl and ull see u will rather be having a problem with caching up with the guide… i did while lvling my first char since he was at about 40+ when i found it..
      just used a night to go trough the whole guide from 30 and pick up all the Qs i didnt know of, which was alot, it took me about 1 1/2 week to finish the rest to 60 RL time not played…
      and did alot of soloing DM SM and other instances to make money, and helping guildies with alt boosting…
      Good Luck

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    badk0re Répondre
    Jan 25, 2007 @ 3:46

    JAME NOT JAMES.

    Nice guidesJAME NOT JAMES.

    Nice guides ^_~

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      Kroc Répondre
      Jan 26, 2007 @ 8:50

      70 levelling guideYo Jame, will there be a 60-70 Alliance levelling guide?

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        Jan 26, 2007 @ 17:37

        Yes there will be a 60-70Yes there will be a 60-70 alliance leveling guide, and then a horde counterpart. No ETA yet! 🙂

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          Trogdor Répondre
          Fév 2, 2007 @ 2:32

          I have to askI know its prolly the question you hate/get asked the most but how goes the progress on the 60-70 alli guide?im guessin any progress you had would be greatly apreciated by everyone like just a 60-65 or however much you have done so far.
          I’ve loved your guide the only thing it could use would be a disclaimer to follow it exactly cuz i skipped/missed a couple quests and the follow ups r killin me lol
          -Trogdor

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    Drakkath Répondre
    Fév 3, 2007 @ 12:06

    STVThe guides were excellent, overall.

    The only MAJOR stopper is STV (Stranglethorn Vale) and BB (Booty Bay).

    No one..and I mean *NO ONE* on a PvP server should *EVER* have to go through this abysmal hole of scum. This is where level 60s and 70s come to utterly ruin level 30 and 40s play time by incessantly griefing.

    The only reason to go to STV is to get your butt kicked repeatedly and come to the realization that Blizzard has no concept of ‘value for your money’ or ‘fair play’, hence the UTTER lack of rules, guidelines or restrictions on how you can be screwed over by PWNL (people with no lives).

    For the love of all thats good, please come out with a NON STV version of your guide.

    Sincerely, someone who has been stuck at 43 for two weeks because STV sucks.

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      Fév 4, 2007 @ 8:29

      Sorry but,There is no alternative to STV at this level range, simply because there aren’t any other zones with quests to take you through those levels. So you’ll either have to play at low peak times, or have a high level player as bodyguard while you do STV.

      If you can’t do that, only way to avoid STV is to grind or do instances repeatedly.

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        console Répondre
        Fév 5, 2007 @ 16:31

        Just got a Dreanei to 60 using nothing but these guides!!I have just finished getting my Dreanei to 60 (/played approx 7 days). I used nothing but these guides. There are very good, however I do have some concerns:

        1) Groups are almost impossible to get for some instances, ST, Maraudan you can forget. Everyone and his dog is in Outlands. As such I didn’t (couldn’t) do the instances and had to grind. So prepare to grind if you’re planning on doing these guides.
        2) Some of the grind spots you claim to be good are just dreadful. But then again some are just awesome, the blood elf camp in Azshara (never heard of it before the guide) was just brilliant. But now that TBC is here, many old places that use to be farmed are no longer occupied. I grinded for hours on the Incendisiours (sp?) in Searing Gorge because no-one cares about TB rep anymore.
        3) Killing the guy in Felwood that drops the Flute is BUGGED if you are a Dreanei. This has been confirmed by GM’s. I killed him continuously for an hour and nothing. So you can forget that quest line.

        Some tips for people thinking of doing this guide:

        1) Do exactly as Jame’s tells you to do, at times you might think “but surely he’s got it wrong there blah blah blah”. He hasn’t just read on and you will see why you have done something that appeared pointless at the time.
        2) There are many times when you might be grinding out a few final bars of a level, but have 5+ quests to hand in. It will be very tempting to hand in the quests to bring the grind to an end. DON’T. It just messes stuff up (personal experience).

        Gratz Jame, thanks to you Im only a few weeks behind the rest of my guild who are due to start Karazhan next week. If it wasn’t for you I would probably be months off, or give up all together and go back to my old main.

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        Borger Répondre
        Fév 6, 2007 @ 16:38

        STV on a PVP server… npmy pvp toon is now 45+ hunter on a pvp server to prove to some friends its good enough there, and they told me id never come out of STV alive due to Ganking…
        True i died like 10 times from Ganking and 3 times from mobs while running from a Ganking MOFO,
        lvl ??= Chicken 😉 …
        Just use the vegitation to ur advantage, and just hide in it… most gankeres dont have the patience to w8 for u to show urslef even if they know ur around. it took me very short time to go trough STV and my friends dont say to much these days about the lvling capabileties of this guide…

        Rock on Jame!!!

        P.S. BTW my main is still w8ing for ur 60-70 guide, 😉

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        Kanjii Répondre
        Avr 8, 2007 @ 10:42

        Good guideGood guide. The most proffesionally made guide i have ever seen :D. I got to lvl 60 in 7 days played time and that is the time people that follow Joana´s guide get, GJ James I look forward in testing your horde one

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        Twitchy Répondre
        Avr 22, 2007 @ 12:13

        Many thanks (and a suggestion or 2)I’ve used your guide and your strategy for leveling in general to get 2 alts into the 60-70 range already, and I have yet to find a flaw. I did however have a couple suggestions to add directed to new players especially. Due to the mechanics behind melee and glancing blows/crit rates based on enemy level, I think a warning directed towards warrior/rogue (maybe shammy and pallys too) stating that fighting mobs on level or slightly below will SIGNIFICANTLY increase the damage they can do may help new players avoid frustration and increase their xp rate. Also, I was wondering if you could at least outline the areas/quests you did skip (possibly in a second file) so that these players who find your guide lacking can see what other options they have if they REALLY need something else to do. Anyway, thanks again for the wonderful guides, back to my (second) warrior alt. Peace.

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        anonvt Répondre
        Août 9, 2007 @ 21:25

        One SuggestionGreat guide Jame! Using it with a few chars and works like a charm!

        I have one suggestion to make though, to the very beggining of the guide, when going thru Dustwallow Marsh to the Barrens, you might drop by the Shady Rest Inn and click the big iron Shield on the fireplace, the hoofprints outside and the little badge on a plank inside, 3 separate quests to turnin Theramore, I’ve taken them, done the first part of hitting Highperch and Roguefeathers until 31 then hearth back to Theramore and turning them all in puts me like 3 bubbles into 31 for almost no time added at all, just some bag and log space.

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      Chilas Répondre
      Fév 5, 2007 @ 16:17

      STVDrakkath wrote: The only MAJOR stopper is STV (Stranglethorn Vale) and BB (Booty Bay).

      STV can be a challenge yes. But I find gankers will give up at some point.. I always try to do STV late and night or early in morning. NPC’s will stay online forever, gankers will not.

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        Chilas Répondre
        Fév 5, 2007 @ 17:15

        Great guideJame this is one great guide you wrote. Would be very nice if you could make a sequel to take care of lvl 60 – 70 too.

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    vdarre Répondre
    Fév 5, 2007 @ 22:40

    so once we get to lvl 30 doso once we get to lvl 30 do we abandon all the quests we are currently on? 😕

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    Borger Répondre
    Fév 6, 2007 @ 16:22

    2 lvl 60, and 3 in the making following ur guide 8) I have used this Guide on 2 chars to lvl 60 Hunter & Mage (btw such was the xp rate with em both that i never got past lvl 54 in the guide when it dinged 60) and im currently at 40 with my second Hunter on a PVP server, since after a friend and coworker told me it didnt work on a PVP server due to all the contested area Qs…
    Well after the first 10 lvls he shut up… 😉
    And plan to have his played time under 7days, with 5 proffs maxed, skinning Herbs first aid cooking and fishing }:)
    So to all u who r having any doubts or problems, with this guide, just begin reading it again, ur missing something, when u find out what, u will go ahead and lvl like mad again.
    Just remember what he said, kill all in ur way, preferably yellow…
    And also look at ur specc on ur chars since it matters a whole lot while lvling…

    P.S. PingPong try a 8) frost specc 8) and u have better controll due to slow mob speed and also its a bit mana friendlier…and look at the mage guide in here some where, i did alot of AOE killing while grinding, wich is very fun and made it very fun being a mage

    P.P.S. Jame! PingPong asked a question that i thought was a good about the shopping list, what r those things used for… (i know after reading the guide so often)
    But it would be very good for new players and seasoned players (who think they know it all) following this guide to know what those things r and specialy what qs they r used for and possible what lvl to use em in at the beginning…
    Maybe even color code the names of the items or enhance em abit in some way.

    anyways enough of my rambling

    THX for a gr8 guide and boosting my WOW exerience
    if i hadnt found it i would have stopped along time ago

    Best regards
    Borger

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    Korne123 Répondre
    Fév 16, 2007 @ 18:02

    Jame’s Guide…It was amazing i made some minor mistakes but it was amazing i alrdy lvld 2 60s and 1 65 but after trying to get a another 60 and a first 70 i decided i couldnt do it alone thanks alot im right now at lvl 41 i started at 30 ima follow the rest of the guide and hopefully it works ok :jawdrop: Thanks alot

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    taddrick Répondre
    Fév 18, 2007 @ 20:18

    Alternative To STVYes there is one – that I know of…

    It’s a hellishly boring, grayscale, seldomly visited and often forgotten pit of despair known as Desolace… LOTS of quests. on my first chr all my friends were laughing at me and taunting me about my upcoming adventures in STV. I searched and searched until I found Desolace… It’s a LONG run from Astraanar and you will instantly long for the lush greenery of STV, BUT, I leveled about 9 lvls there! – then I went to STV where the first half of the quests were green but once to booty bay I was back in the yellow!

    About quests in Desolace:
    Here is my basic rules for whether or not to do a quest:
    1. If it involves killing stuff – DO IT (kills + quest = EXP!)

    2. Accept EVERY quest you can (regardless of color) and dump them as needed.

    3. I dont do quests that are gathering quests unless they are red OR involve killing for the collection (eg: Crunchy spider legs)

    Thats about it…

    Desolace tip, Choose Ghelkis Clan… it’s a hair easier IMO.

    I know that these guides pretty much do the dirty work for you. But, I never got cosmos due to my CPU not liking it (IDK why but it wont work) so I take a look at the guides to tell me what I am missing then I find it. like a tip guide and not a hand holding walkthrough.

    Anyways, if STV hates you like it hates alliance on my srerver (Dethecus PVP US) then take the long rediculous walk to Nijel’s Point in Desolace and get to questing!!! Good Luck!

    P.S. I actually found a Desolace ANTI STV guide online… I font remember where though…
    Search for “Anti STV Desolace” you should find it

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    Reum Répondre
    Fév 22, 2007 @ 23:04

    Jame’s Guides Kick AssJame,

    Great work on the guides. They saved me from wasting time running around finding what to do or where to go next. My one struggle, (and this may be a personal one since my friend does not agree), has been leveling from 20-30. I like to roll new toons to check out other classes and I have lots of fun, right until I get to 20. Then I’m like, WTF do I do now? This is on the Alliance side too… If there was any way possible, I would totally love a 21-30 leveling guide. Do you have one in the plans? I’m sure you are working on the 61-70 right now. Is it in the works? Thanks again for this totally awesome free guides. They are so much better than the guides that people are charging for. Let us all know how we can show our gratitude. Take care!

    Dave

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    absolutee Répondre
    Fév 28, 2007 @ 22:22

    best everi used this guid from lvl 30 – 60 and it did wonders with out it i would of quit wow long time ago not knowin were to quest ect.. thx alot jame 😛 😛 😛 😛

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    Mar 3, 2007 @ 2:09

    Great Guide 🙂 I want to let people know that this guide is great. 🙁 I’ve seen others that you have to pay for that do way too much running around. 😀 Jame found quest circuits that hit all the major quests in a given lvl range, instead of running back and forth.

    :jawdrop: And for everyone crying about PvP in Stranglethorn Vale. I reached 60 on my first character ever, in 10 days /played. 😕 Yes PvP is a little hotter in STV. But the guide gets you through it quickly. It can be done. }:) I’m enjoying it more with my 2nd toon now though with prowl and tracking, (druid).

    😉 Thanks for the guide Jame.

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    Synergy914 Répondre
    Mar 3, 2007 @ 4:28

    This Was AwesomeI dunno about that other guy but the guide from 30-60 worked great for me. I followed it all the way and did some instance runs when I had the time and by the end of it all, I was lvl 61. This was perfect man, all my rep was up, I got a lot of my flight plans and it was all soloable for the most part. Dude, I need a 60-70 guide, lol. keep up the good work!

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    Khab Répondre
    Mar 4, 2007 @ 19:27

    A couple of small pointsI have only just begun following this guide, but so far it’s doing what it’s supposed to. I’m following it closely and I am progressing very nicely. Thanks for writing it up.

    I would like to point out, however, that if you are a Caster, the grind from 30 to 31 in the Roguefeather Den and Screeching Canyon will not be as short and sweet as if you were a melee class. The Harpies have a Silence (“Deafening Screech”) and the Windcallers have a stun (“Gust of Wind”) that will take their toll on a cloth-wearer (especially in the cave where the respawn rate is extremely high).

    It’s not impossible, but prepare to spend more time than anticipated in this area because of Silence.

    Also, at the start of L32, when you are turning in the quests at Booty Bay and making it your home, please remember to take all the quests at that time, rather than going to Stormwind to train like in the guide. If you follow the way it’s written, you will make Booty Bay your home, travel to Stormwind, Hearthstone back to Booty Bay to grab the quests, then have to walk all the way north for the other quests, since the guide starts questing up there. Of course, you can always fly from Stormwind to Darkshire, walk to Northern STV for the quests, then Hearthstone to Booty Bay for the other quests, then have to walk back north to begin the guide (or fly to Darkshire and walk back down). *shudder*

    Grabbing the quests from Booty bay before training is the easiest way, since you can fly from Stormwind to Darkshire, walk down, and begin.

    Khab

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      Darshan Répondre
      Mar 6, 2007 @ 17:40

      Level 36 Step 1Level 36

      Step 1: Take a gryphon ride to Ironforge, go to the hall of explorers northeast of the Gryphon master and get the quest from Roetten Stonehammer [33] Reclaimers’ Business in Desolace. Also turn in the quest [34] Letter to Stormpike at Prospector Stormpike in the Hall of Explorers, don’t get the follow up. Then go to the inn of Ironforge and bind yourself there.

      It is really easy xp if you take the follow up Further Mysteries anyways since you simply have to give the letter to Magistrate Henry Maleb in Southshore, where you’re going anyways if you’re going scarlet monastery later.
      It isn’t more than round 500 xp you get for completing this quest but it’s 500 free xp so why don’t get it.

      Further Mysteries http://www.thotbott.com/?qu=525

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    BignFat Répondre
    Mar 11, 2007 @ 0:06

    PvP NormalWill STV and Booty Bay be a problem in a Normal server?, or just the PvP?

    Do you get better XP in a PvP?

    Thx

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    randystone Répondre
    Mar 13, 2007 @ 23:30

    Too fastThis guide is great, but when you include instances and class quests your level goes way past the level where you left the guide. I am now doing lvl 50 quests at lvl 53. Cant really complain though, Im really surprised that this guide is free. All I need now is a lvl 60 to 70 Alliance guide. Id be willing to pay for it if it is this good.

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    wizardltd Répondre
    Mar 14, 2007 @ 21:26

    Lvl 60-70 GuideAny chance of a progress update on the Lvl 60 – 70 Guide please ?

    Ta.
    Wiz.

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    Algirdyz Répondre
    Mar 15, 2007 @ 15:36

    AwesomeThis guide is awesome!!! :jawdrop: :jawdrop: i start to level so fast when i get to 30 😀 , but its still sticky to get from 20 – 30, 🙁 and guys how much hours a day u play to lvl SO fast, im leveling fast but not like u 😕

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    Jellybean Répondre
    Mar 16, 2007 @ 11:27

    Great guidesJame your guides are fantastic. I used your alliance guide (30-60) to get my human warrior to 60. Now I’m using your horde guide, and got my undead warlock to lvl 48 so far. Can’t wait for the level 60-70 guides, then I can finish getting my warrior to 70!

    Do you have a paypal account where people could send you donations? I can’t believe your guides are free 😀

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    brikaschak Répondre
    Mar 22, 2007 @ 3:22

    Love it!I love this guide! The only problem I had was that i found that leveling in the very beginning was slow. After that it was crazy 😛

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      mialeth Répondre
      Mar 26, 2007 @ 20:19

      Jumping into the middle of it?What does a guy do if he’s level 38 and just found this guide? I have most of the STV quests done, and a good number of the BB’s. Do I just finish up to 40, then start fresh with the second chapter?

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    Dusanmandic Répondre
    Mar 27, 2007 @ 8:15

    ETA on 60-70I came accross this guide as I started up my shaman when BC came out. Now my shaman is level 50 and im moving onto the final part of the guide(Which I completly love and is helping me level very fast!). Now this has been asked before, and I dont want to sound like a dick for repeating it again (even though I probably am anyway), I’d like to know the ETA of the 60-70 guide if that is possible. THANK YOU!

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    ryanknight Répondre
    Mar 28, 2007 @ 22:08

    wow 🙂 this is amazing so detailed and very easy to understand thanks 🙂

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    magigiggle Répondre
    Mar 29, 2007 @ 1:17

    Great Guide!Hello Everyone!

    I have been a player in World Of Warcraft for quite some time now! I’ve been using simultaniosly (sorry about spelling!) the two Alliance guides Brian Kopp’s 1-70 Alliance Guide and Of Course, Jame’s Alliance Guide. All-in-All, I have to say, I have tested BOTH guides on 2 Characters~ Both Warrior, Human, And used Brian Kopp’s Guide 1-29 On One Character and then Jame’s 30-60 On another, and then PURE Brian Kopp’s Guide, and after recording…..Jame’s Guide one by apprx. 5 Days!!!! Amazing Guide Jame’s! Well-Done! Couldn’t Have Made it any better!

    FYI: If you ARE considering buying Brian Kopp’s/Joana-Mancow’s Leveling guide, over Jame’s, I wouldn’t say it’s the BEST purchase of your lifetime. Brian, Joana, you’re guides were good, but like I said I tested them, Jame’s was better!!

    Hope My Opinon Helped!

    Jame!- 5+ Stars, Amazing Guide..Especially b’cuz it was free!!!! Excellent work!! Can’t Wait for 61-70!!

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      Scorser Répondre
      Mar 31, 2007 @ 12:41

      Very GoodI like this guide very good, its just abit much grinding some places, but mostly went fine, sometimes i went to an instance when u sayd grind rest of the lvl.
      very nice guide, just atm im stuck cause i dont want to grind another 11 none rested bars on just mobs, waiting for the rested:D
      but iv got very fast in lvls iv only used this guide half week and iv lvled all lvls in less then 2h TY:D

      Now Get the 60-70 done, Realy good work jame 😛

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    xion824 Répondre
    Avr 11, 2007 @ 20:00

    Excellent workI made 60 fast with this guide. very well written and works like a charm if followed exactly. Myself and several others in my guild use this guide and we all love it! Can’t wait for the 60 – 70 guide to release!! Keep up the great work!

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    pamarly Répondre
    Avr 12, 2007 @ 23:28

    I need help….pleaseWed, 2007-04-04 18:02 — pamarly
    Favor for Krazek and Colonel Kurzen
    Did I miss something……I cant find in your guide when we do Favor for Krazek…..I’m lvl 43 pally and when i look at ur guide I am to turn in that quest in Gadgetzan but i don’t remember doing it. I know its a series, When should i have done this? its been in my quest log a long time, and now its green. Help
    And are we suppose to do the Colonel Kurzen quest?
    I’m confused………but I love ur guide its the best…
    😕
    Please e-mail me at purrk1tty_3@yahoo.com

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    Goldmoone Répondre
    Avr 14, 2007 @ 20:49

    Awesome GuideGreat work on this. I like to think I’m good at leveling, but your guide has still helped me wonderfully. I got my hunter to 32 or 33 before starting your guide and not once I have I yet needed to grind. I hit 40 in under 3 days play time. 🙂 I know it was only a hunter, but I’m still proud of that. Anyway keep up the great work. It would be awesome if you made a 60-70 guide :P. After a few 70s you just want to get through it fast!

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      Keluria Répondre
      Avr 17, 2007 @ 12:51

      Burning Crusade LevellingAnd no, I’m not after an ETA on 60-70 as I have two characters at level 70 now (druid and paladin) and didn’t have any problem levelling.

      I use Jame’s guide for 30-60 and think it’s great, I’m usually a bit ahead of the guide (or can skip grinding sessions) due to rested xp.

      [Wall of text incoming, not for the feint hearted 🙂 ]
      With regards to Outland levelling, I did try to write my own guide for Hellfire Peninsula (mainly to help my alts with quest routes). I think one problem with Outland is that you need revered with a lot of factions to get heroic keys. Ideally you should run Ramparts/Blood Furnace instances until you are 5999/6000 into friendly (when you stop getting rep for kills) before you start questing, then you won’t need as many Shattered Halls runs at level 70 for revered.

      Problem with this is that you will gain quite a level or two just from instance runs and any levelling guide that starts with ‘Run this instance 6 times before you start questing’ isn’t going to go down too well.

      Also Cenarion Expedition has a repeatable quest that stops at honoured, the best way to get rep with CE is to do this hand-in quest until honoured and then do the normal quests. Skipping out rep earning would make for a smoother levelling guide, but a much harder grind at level 70 (where the instances aren’t as easy to pug).

      First time round I was just enjoying the scenery until I got to Nagrand (at level 66ish cos I skipped out Terokkar), in Nagrand I just picked up all the quets I found and went through my log making a note of which direction each quest was in and made sure to do all those quests when I got to the area. Second time round it’s much easier because you have an idea of the follow-ups for each quests (and where the quests are, I had trouble finding the throne of elements first time round).

      If Jame releases a guide for 60-70 I will probably try it out on one of my alts, but so far I’ve not found any quests in BC that are overly time consuming or difficult (other than the bugged ones). Rather long ramble, but the point I was trying to get to is that questing in Outland seems to me much more intuitive to questing in Azeroth (with quests that lead you half way round the world and back and areas with quests going from grey to red difficulty).

      If it’s your first character just get out there and enjoy exploring the new content (my tip for alliance, buy a nethergarde bitter in nethergarde keep before you go through the portal), for alts you should have a pretty good idea which quests to do in which order anyway.

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    LoskopDave Répondre
    Avr 26, 2007 @ 0:07

    Jame’s Alliance 60 – 70 Levelling Guide?Hey Folks

    Firstly, just want to add that I am a huge fan & supporter of the Jame’s series of levelling guides. They make WoW so much more enjoyable for those of us who aren’t seasoned gamers… Thanks Jame!

    Any ideas when Jame’s Alliance 60 – 70 Levelling guide will be out? While I have started on 60 – 70 on my own, and would no doubt get there at some stage, I would much prefer to follow his next chapter in his alliance guide series.

    Thanks again,

    Dave.

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    LoskopDave Répondre
    Avr 26, 2007 @ 0:09

    Oops :SSorry, never read the comments at the bottom of the page… Never mind about my previous question 🙂

    Dave.

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    ddan36 Répondre
    Mai 27, 2007 @ 19:56

    60-70I love your guides. So cool. following everything you say lvling is so easy. you are Awesome 🙂 When do you think the 60-70 will be out. i have a couple toons ready to move on and i dont want to do it with out guide. lol did it once in outlands by myself. ready for your help now. lol
    Thanks

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    mmo.gamer Répondre
    Mai 29, 2007 @ 2:21

    SuggestionThe guide is great. I am using it to level several characters. BUT, there are several things I think you should change to your guide:

    1) When you tell us to save something (i.e. Put these in your bank) can you tell us why?
    2) The things that you tell us to buy from the AH… also tell us why we need these.
    3) Make a 60-70 guide quick!! :p

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    lars_imand Répondre
    Mai 30, 2007 @ 9:19

    Ohhh yeah! -This is good stuffJames I want to thank you: “THANK YOU” 🙂
    Very nice job -I hope that you’ll take the time to make a 60-70 guide 😉
    I know it’s a lot of work, but we really, really and I mean REALLY appreciate your work.

    Happy gaming }:)

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    Celoth Répondre
    Juin 6, 2007 @ 15:21

    Not a bad guide, but…This isn’t a bad guide, but I had a few issues with it. It tells you to go through STV during your low 30s, and then head to Hillsbrad/Alterac/Arathi at 35, and while I understand that doing it this way is theo more ‘streamlined’ way of questing, I prefer doing it the other way around, seeing as many of the MOBs in STV are 40-41 and will greatly hinder any low 30s toon from doing effecient questing there. But, that being said, it’s still a great guide for the quests themselves

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    grochu Répondre
    Juin 25, 2007 @ 1:13

    problem at the beginningHi there
    I just started to use this guide as i hit 30 lvl. Now i am lvl 31 and doin part in shimmering flats. Drop rate was good for me, i have these turtle meet and now i should grind to reach lvl 32 acording to this guide. But the problem is that i have more than half way to lvl 32. It would take around 2 – 2,5h of hardcore grinding. I haven’t dinged 2 times since started to use this guide and i am already sick of grinding. First harpies in 1k needles now this… Is it really faster than doin another quests? I’m starting to think if i shouldn’t go further on my own…

    Sorry for my english and ofc thanks for great and hard work you made doin this guide

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      Juin 25, 2007 @ 10:32

      Hi Grochu, all depends onHi Grochu, all depends on your spec and how you grind. Normally it shouldn’t take that long for you to ding and not everyone dislikes grinding, as it is sometimes more relaxing than questing (matter of taste).

      If you want, post your spec and explain how you kill mobs and what type of gear you choose and maybe some improvements can be made so grinding becomes easier and faster for you.

      Furthermore this part of the guide is indeed heavy on the grinding, but it will become less soon. It’s just that in that level range not many good quests are around.

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        grochu Répondre
        Juin 25, 2007 @ 13:37

        It looks like this… i haveIt looks like this… i have a mage lvl70 and it took me kinda long time to lvl. Now i created warrior alt. Ppl say that they lvl from 43-50 in 11 days reading this guide so it is very good coz as i remeber it took me 2-3 days on each lvl (40+). I am warrior (arms speced). This character is kinda twinky coz i give him money from my main but i dont want to buy blue items for 100g each time i lvl… i buy greens for wise prices. my gear is usualy around 2-3 lvls different from my lvl so it is good.

        You said that this guide will be less-grinding-like l8er so i will continue using it.. will see.. thanks for answer.

        Now back to grinding 😉

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    Frostkin Répondre
    Juin 26, 2007 @ 23:30

    CritiqueI gotta say its a great guide. During spring break (1 week)i leveled a hunter from 1-42. This is after doing all the instances to get the loot i wanted. For a hunter this guide was great as hunters are great soloers and can kill mobs 1-2 levels higher than them with a much easier time than other classes. But with a warrior there is alot of flaws in the guide. I often have to get 1-2 levels before i can do the quest guide because some of the mobs are to high lvl. From what i understand you did this as a rogue, i think you should re-evaluate your guide based on other classes, as most mobs higher than the character arent worth killing. I know as a fact that priests, mages, warriors, and shaman, would have a hard time following your guide word for word, especially noobs. I also think the alliance guide should have a 20-31 section just like horde does. I usually use the other guide(youri i think is his name) but its pretty undescriptive and overall a horrible guide.

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    Kevve91 Répondre
    Juil 10, 2007 @ 13:15

    Very nice guide ;)I followed this guide from lvl 30-60 and i must say that this guide is better than the ones you actully pays money for. I leveled a Draenei Male hunter and my mate levled a Draenei Male Paladin. we both got to lvl 60 quite fast 😉
    the guide is clearly recommended ;>

    I’m now lvling another draenei hunter, female this time 😉 still following the guide ;>

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    Lang Répondre
    Juil 11, 2007 @ 14:53

    Thanks JamesWould finally like to thank you for making this guide. I have used your guide to level 3 alts. A hunter, priest, and a Shaman. About to use it for a third time for a rogue.

    Thanks again for a great guide. It actually makes leveling fun. Only thing that sucks is making it to L30, but then its a breeze.

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    marinda Répondre
    Juil 17, 2007 @ 20:13

    Nice guide, but…I’m sure this guide will help some people, but I found it to be incredibly annoying at times. There are a few key issues that make playing by this guide completely impractical for me:

    Professions – For the most part, this guide completely ignores professions. Granted, it would be hard to write a separate section for each of the professions, but SOME mentions of certain things could be considered. For example, making note of various teachers for things such as first aid and fishing, or even the consideration that having ANY of the major professions is going to put a strain on bag space. Professions are there to help the player with stat boosts, armor, weapons, or to provide a means of making money. Simply getting to 60 is sort of pointless if you have to then go back to square one, nearly broke, and work up a profession.

    Grinding – Right from the get-go, Jame has us grinding. Not that it bothers me to occasionally pound away mindlessly on mobs, but I found myself grinding more than HALF of the first two levels for… nothing but xp. Come on. If you’re not grinding for a quest, it’s a WASTE of time. I could be elsewhere doing even simple quests for three times the xp I made killing several hundred harpies.

    Banking – There is only an offhand mention of what items should and should not be placed in the bank. It would have been really nice to know that I didn’t need certain items on my person until I would turn them in three levels later. I could have saved four or five slots in my bags just carrying around useless quest items. This becomes especially critical in STV, where traveling up and down the whole zone repeatedly just so I can empty my bags and turn in quests and those damn pages is seriously time consuming and frankly DANGEROUS. You have to pass mobs 8 and 9 levels higher than you EACH TIME. Come on… Want to really slow yourself down, get killed by a Mistvale Gorilla in the middle of STV… repeatedly.

    Quest Level – Yes, it’s always better to try and do quests that are yellow or better for higher xp, but some of the ones Jame has chosen just seem like a bad call. The Venture Co. Geologists are some of the fastest casters in the whole damn game. Fighting them three levels down gives you a HUGE aggro range and will almost certainly cause caster adds. Finding the ones on the fringes wastes TIME, which is the whole point of the guide. Sometimes, it’s actually faster to fly to a different zone and do an easier quest than to stick with a single zone and grunt through something that gets you killed multiple times. Not to mention repair costs.

    Easier Mobs – There are several points where a simple note that there are easier versions of certain mobs just over in X direction would have seriously helped. Sure, the turtles around the racetrack drop nice scales, but the level 35 ones will chew up a warrior or rogue in record time. Having to spend a potion or a cooldown for each and every one is wasteful, especially when he could have mentioned that there are level 31 turtles wandering just to the Northwest that drop the same scales.

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      Jake Davidson Répondre
      Juil 20, 2007 @ 20:23

      Umm..your an idiot?Incase you didn’t notice, this guide is a leveling guide marinda, not a guide on telling you how to make the best of your character by getting what professions and where to level them so the guide can hold your hand through your entire WoW experience, but simply a guide that will show you an easy way (and yes it is really, really easy) to go from 30-60 quickly.

      For your grinding complaint, it’s proven that grinding is FASTER leveling than it is to quest. That is, if you know how to grind and are a good grinding class. If you don’t want to grind, then go run an instance or something, you don’t NEED to grind where it says grind. Jame’s even said that at the beginning.

      Honestly, if you are so stupid that you don’t think you should bank and need someone to tell you “hey, maybe you should put the STV pages in the bank for awhile until you gathered them all up”, then you should just quit WoW now so you don’t make even more of an idiot of yourself. :O

      I’ve leveled now 3 70’s using Jame’s guides from 30-60, and to be honest, these “creatures” that are “so high level” never, ever appeared to me. Maybe you read the guide wrong and were too busy looking for lines that said “bank this” or “there’s a herb at 54,39 for you herbalists out there!” to notice the actual leveling guide. And again, you probably screwed up if you were facing creatures too tough for you.

      /end rant

      Okay..now the real reason I got back my account lol..

      I find that Jame’s leveling guide is more useful than anything I have used before. I first made a post when I had a 46 Hunter and 42 Priest, now that Hunter and Priest are both 70, and I have leveled a Gnome Warrior to 70, and currently am leveling my Human Rogue to 70, who has just hit the 30, thus I came to this guide.

      I even recommend it for the good players, because this guide WILL help you level tremendously faster than if you tried doing it on your own. 🙂

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    bendoc91 Répondre
    Juil 21, 2007 @ 0:38

    There’s something wrong with this guide!Hello Jame! I have just 2 remarks to make about this guide:
    1) At some point you actually forgot to put the Y part of the coordiantes! (Big deal.. actually had to work my brain for a change..)
    2) I’m constantly almost 1 lvl above the guide, is it jsut me or is this guide simply too good to be true?
    3) Ur amazing… Great asset to the WoW community, and a very very nice and beloved person!

    I’ve tried to lvl from 60-70 with Brian Kopp’s guide which actually costs money (I know some ppl who know some ppl who rob some ppl so that’s no problem for me) and I would like to tell you that yours is much better.. The language is very nice, comprehensible and amusing to read (Sometimes I had to read the same sentence from Brian Kopp’s guide 2-3 times in order to understand what to do which is rather hard when I have 2-3 mobs pounding on me), the maps are alot easier to understand, and basicly, U rule all! All praise Jame
    /bow 😀 😉

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      Claybar Répondre
      Juil 25, 2007 @ 19:09

      Great guide Jame, I leveledGreat guide Jame, I leveled my warrior to 60 without it and it was brutal. I have now leveled a priest, and a warlock to 70, a hunter to 60, and am about to start a rogue and a mage using your guide again. I have posted links to it in my guild forum and recommend it anytime I have a chance.

      Brendoc, I found that I had the same thing happen to me, I was alway 1-3 levels above the guide and never had to do any non quest related grinding (I would do instances when I could or just skip those parts and the guide would catch up to me a little).

      Great job again Jame, look forward to maybe seeing a 60-70.

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        DeViANt Répondre
        Juil 28, 2007 @ 12:09

        28-57 in 2 weeks with casual28-57 in 1 week with casual game play.
        Playing a Demonologist Warlock with no pet(Demonic Sacrifice buff)

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    Drakkath Répondre
    Juil 30, 2007 @ 17:17

    Leveling and STVJame, I’ve got a lot of people telling me to do Western Plaguelands (WPL) instead of Azshara and Ungoro at level 52, because of the intense pvp on my server.

    Do you have any comments or advice for those of us in this kind of situation, other than taking a high level with us?

    Unlike many, I have the option to run with a 61 druid and one to two 61 paladins, but I realize not everyone has that luxury.

    Also, on a side note, I would recommend that at 51, everyone take a break from Leveling and do ALTERAC VALLEY (AV) Battleground for at least one afternoon.

    Pick up ALL the quests for the BG at the AV cave above Southshore and complete as many as you can for great xp (around 6000+ per!) and get yourself one of the great items for winning one BG.

    Hunters especially will want the Ice Barbed Spear which will boost your necessary hunter stats massively.

    I also HEARTILY recommend you pay attention and do *ALL* the available quests for SUNKEN TEMPLE, when Jame calls for them as the Helm of Exile you can get hold of is really nice for Battlegrounds, boosting your mana and some other stats.

    Kudos on a great series of guides, Jame, and Im looking forward to Outland =D

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    Ganadwen Répondre
    Août 2, 2007 @ 23:12

    works for duos tooMy son (human Paladin) and I (NE Hunter) are duoing through these guides. We started when we were both level 31, and keep skipping the “now grind till you’re xxx bubbles from yy level” thinking that the guide will catch up to us, but it never does, we’re still one whole level ahead (at 46 atm).

    Awesome guide Jame!

    Thanks,

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    Août 5, 2007 @ 15:47

    I love this guide so much…I love this guide so much… I’ve used it on about five or six characters so far — it helped my druid from 30-65, my other druid (hehe) from 20-40 (and I’m still working on him), my warrior from 30-70, and a bunch of other characters who have just started The Grind.

    I only wish I’d known about it when I was leveling my paladin when I first started playing. 🙂

    I’ve now started using it for my new shaman and my brother started a new warlock. We recently got to 30 so we’re starting on the guide and I can’t wait. 😀

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    Bocks Répondre
    Août 7, 2007 @ 22:05

    Great GuideIt helped me level from 30-50 in 2 weeks, although i had a few problems in areas where i started following the guide to a location later realizing i didn’t have the quest, the benefits out wieghed the draw backs 10 fold, and since everyone is asking for a 20-30 guide, maybe you should just throw up a list of zone and in what order, for instance redridge(20) ashenvale(23) wetlands(25) darkshire(27) ect. just a suggestion =D

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    Videoref Répondre
    Août 8, 2007 @ 2:14

    Great guideLoved the guide it was really clear and fast, any thoughts for a guide from 60-70 James?

    Videoref

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      Août 8, 2007 @ 15:07

      I am currently working onI am currently working on the level 60-70 guides, but no ETA yet, sorry 🙂

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        Valasca Répondre
        Sep 10, 2007 @ 13:47

        I look forward to that!I look forward to that! Great guides. Some quests I really hate (like the escort quests or the quests involving the little houses in Western Plaguelands), I just skip them, I am ahead of schedule so no probs.

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    SlowWalkere Répondre
    Août 11, 2007 @ 20:37

    Great Guide, Helped Me a LotThis was a very helpful guide. I used it when levelling my second character – a Paladin. I got him to 30, picked up the guide, and followed it almost religiously from 30-50. At that point, I followed it loosely, but I divereged a bit because I headed straight fo Outlands at 58.

    It certainly pointed out a lot of zones and quests that I didn’t do the first time around, and gave me a good benchmark of when I should head to each zone. Levelling was faster and easier this time around. Use the guide if you want to level quickly and get on with the real content.

    [url=http://walkere.frih.net/issues/category/gaming/]Writer’s Desk[/url] – Guides, Articles, and Tips for World of Warcraft

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    Shmee Répondre
    Août 11, 2007 @ 22:59

    Quote:[37] Water Elementals[quote][37] Water Elementals at Baron Revilgaz on to of the Inn. Get follow up [i][37] Magical Analysis.[/i] [/quote]

    Hey James, could you do us a small favor and bold and yellow the italized quest please? I just got done with southshore and I missed that quest in BB cause I didn’t see it. 🙁

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Nov 6, 2007 @ 19:27

      Lol me too! CompletelyLol me too! Completely missed this and had to take a few more trips from booty bay to southshore :O
      Great guide though! Gief 60-70 guide!!

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    Tomasz Répondre
    Août 19, 2007 @ 5:02

    James YOU RULEAs the title explain your guide rocks. In fact, it was too good. I could not finish it and i went into outland when i was at about lvl54 of your guide.
    But James, please, make a guide for 60-70. Have it out before the next expansion please.

    😀 😀 😀

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    primithis Répondre
    Août 30, 2007 @ 6:50

    level 52I am level 52 and I have no idea where to start cause so many of the quests are interwoven with each other…can someone please help me.

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      Août 31, 2007 @ 22:06

      Just start with the 50-60Just start with the 50-60 guide and get all the quests that Jame tells you to get. If he mentions some quests that are follow-ups of his previous guide, leave them out.

      -Snowflake
      WoW-Pro Admin

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    Ethesis Répondre
    Sep 9, 2007 @ 2:47

    Still great!“# Kroc Says:
    Fri, 2007-01-26 09:50

    Yo Jame, will there be a 60-70 Alliance levelling guide?

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    # Jame Says:
    Fri, 2007-01-26 18:37

    Yes there will be a 60-70 alliance leveling guide, and then a horde counterpart. No ETA yet! Smiling”

    Well, honestly, I didn’t find that in Outlands I needed a guide as much as I did before.

    On the other hand, everyone I’ve passed the links to these guides to has been very grateful. They really rock.

    I did use the alternate to STV that runs you through Desolace (it is in the guide section), but was able to pick up quickly.

    Just wanted to drop by and say thank you again.

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    minicheese Répondre
    Sep 9, 2007 @ 12:07

    vibrant plumesjames how are u going to get all the vibrant plumes they only drop 5% and i have to get 25 somehow which is the quickest way to get them 🙂

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Nov 24, 2007 @ 1:16

      vibrant plumesyou should just skip that part and continue with the guide. Trying to get all those plumes almost made me want to quit the guide 🙁 .

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    BlueHammer Répondre
    Sep 10, 2007 @ 12:42

    things about your guidehi thank you very much for this guide it rocks
    but i what i missed in this guide is more details
    yea imagine someone playing wow and he did not do anything
    unless its in ur guide someone like me i was really searching for the fast way to lvl and ur guide can do that
    if it have the details about quests u can say in some steps take like 10 quests but it would save a lot of time if u said this NPC have quest #1 and quest #2
    get it from him and then go to NPC that have quest #3 and quest #4
    coz in ur quest i missed about 5 or more quests coz i couldn’t find them and they have a follow up quests so i have 2 search the quests i missed and do it which was gray to me to keep track of the new quests
    some picture about the guy who give the quest will be super gr8
    thx for ur gr8 guide

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    logiboi Répondre
    Nov 1, 2007 @ 3:27

    instancingHey James,
    You have an an amazing guide. GREAT JOB! 🙂 may have said this but where does instancing fit in all this? Not all but a lot of good wepons come from instancing. Will doing instances throw the whole guide off? 😕

    Thanks alot,
    Logiboi

    I pown Chuck Norris’s face

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      Nov 1, 2007 @ 12:49

      Almost every instance isAlmost every instance is included in my guides. I always recommend to do the instances and my guides make you do the pre-quests to most of the instance quests.

      Doing more instancing than my guide recommends is a good thing, it means you might not even need to grind at all. So by all means, instance as much as you like 🙂

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    balory Répondre
    Nov 6, 2007 @ 5:10

    leveling guidesHas anyone ever tested how long it takes /played to time to get from 1-65 with these guides.

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      Nov 6, 2007 @ 12:48

      1-60 in 6 days /played on my1-60 in 6 days /played on my priest. Without any exp bonus.

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Nov 16, 2007 @ 3:52

      1-60 in 9 days /played with1-60 in 9 days /played with my shaman, albeit I used a resto build for maximum survivability so my damage output was obviously lower. This time also includes getting jewelcrafting, mining, and secondary professions to 300.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 10, 2007 @ 3:19

    Great guide, ive used yourGreat guide, ive used your guide for 3 characters now. Just wondering if you had any plans on putting an alliance 20-30 section in. For most classes its simple grinding/questing, but as a shaman it seems to be a pain to get to 30 without windfury 🙁

    Anywho , good job on your work, its appreciated!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 13, 2007 @ 3:37

    Love itGreat guide Jame. Use it all the time. Enjoying the game much more after I started using this guide. I was always hesitant to take quests that sent me to other zones since organizing them to be time effective was always a confusion. This guide points the way.

    Thanks a lot.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 18, 2007 @ 7:48

    XP re-vampWith patch 2.3, Blizzard has made it much faster to level in Azeroth and also added a large number of quests. Now, people who follow your guide will find themselves outleveling the guide. Will there be a re-write?

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      Nov 18, 2007 @ 8:33

      Yes. It has been said on theYes. It has been said on the news frontpage already before patch 2.3 was even live.

      Please read the news post people, so we don’t have to answer the same question 10 times. 😛

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Nov 20, 2007 @ 22:31

        Current formFirst of all: Thanks for a fantastic guide Jame. But will there be a copy of it in it’s current form? It would really be great, as I tend to cut corners here and there, and also skip the most sucky quests. Or maybe that’s what you intend to cut out? 😉

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          Nov 21, 2007 @ 8:25

          Well, the new version willWell, the new version will be even more efficient than the old one. I won’t add any “time waste” quest, so the old guide will not be as good as the new one and thus will be replaced.

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    Nov 18, 2007 @ 12:52

    :)<3 jame

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 19, 2007 @ 5:26

    ..After you rewrite the guide to make up with the new patch changes, could you please post a link or something to a Download of the full 31-65 Guide that is on the net now ? ty in advance:)

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      Nov 19, 2007 @ 9:52

      The current guides willThe current guides will simply be replaced by the new ones, so they will be right here, on this page 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 22, 2007 @ 16:16

    Any minor itty bitty little hint on the 65-70 Guide ETA?Hey Jame, First off your guides are absolutely amazing, keep up the great work mate, and i have a confession.. I am madly in love with you!! :jawdrop: <3

    Aside from that, the main reason for this post is i'm curious if you may be able to give some what of a hint on when myself and i am positive many others who are dieing to feast their eyes on your sacred orgasmic exp writings *snaps back to reality* can expect your 65-70 guide? I have managed to bring myself to just about half way through 66 by the time i reached the end *cries* of the 60-65 guide and i'm really hoping the "before December 10th" could somewhat just maybe possibly be sooner? I would really like to continue on with your guide to 70, instead of doing it myself via mindlessly running around in my own "routes" or by solid instancing *begins to rip handfuls of hair out at the thought of it* as i had done with my Horde Priest. If you could at least give us an itsy bitys tiny weenee hint on when we can expect it, you would take the step from my hero to my god. And i would love you so much and yeah i'll stop myself there. It would just be *greatly* appreciated. 😛

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 23, 2007 @ 23:15

    Leveling in Outlands reallyLeveling in Outlands really isnt that difficult. Just do quests like crazy. And if it’s taking you till Dec 10 from now, you aren’t doing that great a job.

    Nice Guides James

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      Nov 24, 2007 @ 7:01

      It’s true it’s not thatIt’s true it’s not that difficult. However for people who have little time to spend on wow, my guide will save them a lot of time 😉

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 24, 2007 @ 14:50

    New GuidesDear Jame,

    I was wondering about the New Guides. I have been using the current guides, and reached Chapter 2 yesterday. But, will the new guides have to be followed from the beginning like the current ones, or will you still be able to pick up from your place in the guides at the time of the release of the new ones?

    Please help me!
    Anonymous Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide User
    Thran-Azuremyst Server-Echoes of Infinity Guild
    Level 41 Human Paladin

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      Nov 25, 2007 @ 6:30

      You’ll be able to pick upYou’ll be able to pick up midway through the guides, no problem.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 25, 2007 @ 3:54

    TourGuideIt would be so nice to see your Guide in Tour Guide, http://www.wowace.com/wiki/TourGuide

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 27, 2007 @ 20:02

    Outland guide – starting at 60 not 58?Hey Jame,

    Just as everyone I love your guides – started to use it with my first character at lvl 35 and now leveling 2 more characters with it…

    Just saw that you started on an outlands guide… but shouldn’t that start
    at lvl 58? Or will you revise your 50-60 guide to go to the outlands at lvl 58? I went over for some better gear and never came back 😉 It is probably absolute obvious – but I just wonder….

    Asgard

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Nov 29, 2007 @ 15:39

      Outland guide – starting at 60 not 58?I don’t think he should start it at 58, it’s much easier in Hellfire Penninsula at 60 to level further than when you arrive there at 58, so it’s more efficient to get to 60 in Azeroth and then move to Outland. Plus: it’s less work for Jame 🙂

      Chair

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 19, 2007 @ 22:49

      Depends on your preferences.I leveled through 58 in Old World, mostly following the guide. Post patch, I could pretty much skip entire sections of the guide (which I LIKED, since some places I didn’t like, and some instances I was OK with avoiding).

      At 59, I went to Hellfire and started with the 60-65 guide. I was always about half a level behind the Guide’s listed level. After doubling my health, getting all the GREAT early armor upgrades (not to mention the weapons you can buy at Honored reputation), I was just about 62, and starting the Zangarmarsh section of the guide. I realized that if I kept at this pace, I’d have more grinding/questing to do LATER (as I neared 70), and I want to keep as many quests available to do at 70 as possible.

      So, I took my warrior back to Western and Eastern Plaguelands at 62. Holy cow. Everything’s green, you can pretty much AOE-pull things and whirlwind/cleave things down. The only thing that was even remotely a thread was the 60 elite crypt fiend in the Terrorweb tunnel. (Which, incidentally, squished me like a bug.) Other than that though, it was easy experience to get.

      It was MUCH slower than Outlands questing (and I imagine Silithus would be similarly less-rewarding). I did it on the expectation that it would make it easier to farm money later.

      In retrospect, though, I think I might have been MORE productive just grinding on mobs in the Dead Mire or other Zangarmarsh zone (working on Sporregar rep, for example) from 62.5 to 63. I had a lot of wasted travel time in the Plaguelands. (It was, however, darn fun. Revenge on Araj was sweet. :))

      Jame, thank you for the awesome guides. I recommend quite often, and will be using them on more characters in the future. It’d be nice if, after updating these to have less stuff to do post-patch, you were to keep a copy of the OLD guides, with their now optional-waves of quests. I really liked that. Also, you can probably do nearly an entire zone in one trip, instead of coming back later to do the harder quests, since you’ll have leveled more from the earlier ones. 😉

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 27, 2007 @ 21:18

    Thanks a ton on this guide,Thanks a ton on this guide, it is by far the easiest thing to follow. A friend told me about it, and when i started i was a little off of the quest line, after a day i was going step by step. Everyone we know is asking us how we lvl so fast, we are just casual playing our alts up. Ive now surpassed 3 people who were over 10 lvls higher than me, and in 3 days ive got 7 lvls, and im talking about not much playing, i couldnt imagine how fast this would go if i had more time, ha ha. Anyways just a question, but im sure you have lvled tons of charaters to figure this stuff out, how many charaters have u taken the full way up?

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    daromeo Répondre
    Nov 28, 2007 @ 23:39

    Great GuideGreat guioe, a little out of date by now. Can’t wait for the updated guide!

    Daelas – 70 Warlock

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 2, 2007 @ 11:38

    omg imba :oSo i came on a new server and a friend of me started doing kara, tempest keep etc.
    I had to lvl faaast.
    Then i found your guide and started to follow it.
    Now I am lvl 40 within 2 days and 7 hours played time!!! :O I think its fast. 😛
    Almost up for chapter 2 😀
    Thank you for making thess guides!! 😀

    Greetings,
    Bugle.

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    WuTangClan Répondre
    Déc 4, 2007 @ 2:15

    Cant wait :)Cant wait my NE hunter is lvl 29 right now and when i get to lvl 30 im starting it. Looks very good and when you posted you got to 60 in 6 days that made me POSITIVE i wanted to use your guide lol.
    Thanks for the guide and keep up the good work, thanks

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    alasdair Répondre
    Déc 4, 2007 @ 5:06

    following the 60-65 section questionfor a player who did 58-60 in outlands without a guide, where would it be best to pick up the 60-65 section and carry on? keeping in mind many of the quests outlined have already been done

    cheers

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      That’s really something IThat’s really something I can’t help with since I don’t know what quests you already did and which you might have missed.
      My advice would be to check if you still have quests you haven’t done in hellfire (easy to do since the last patch with the big yellow “!” appearing on the minimap), check where they are in my guide and start from there.

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        alasdair Répondre
        Déc 5, 2007 @ 11:37

        uh ohhmm I think I may have trouble with that, I’ve done quests that are scattered through out the 60-62 section in the guide. ah well, hopefully I’ll sort something out and level to 62, then follow the guide from zangarmarsh

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 5, 2007 @ 23:31

      Wherever you’d be in theWherever you’d be in the guide otherwise. Just go through the guide, obviously ignoring quests you already did, doing the ones you haven’t, and catch up to it. If you’re behind in exp, grind at the Armory in Outlands while looking for groups for Blood Furnace, Slave Pens, and Ramparts for additional gear and exp.

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 7, 2007 @ 16:08

      the same thing happend tothe same thing happend to me. Just start from the beginning, and skip the quest’s you’ve already done. It’s a bit tedious and time consuming, but it pays off in the long run. Trust me.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 8, 2007 @ 2:17

    Is the 65-70 guide still on schedule for the 10th?Hey Jame.

    Awesome guides… I’ve used them for a few characters now and absolutely love them.

    I thought I’d read somewhere that you were planing on releasing an alliance 65-70 guide by the 10th of December. I sure hope that it’s on it’s way because my latest character is 64 right now. I’d love to prep her with some rested xp bonus and some Coilfang gear.

    Also, were you planing on doing a supplimentary guide for level 70 questing? I know your goal was to leave alot of quests in outlands unfinished so that we can make some serious gold… I imagine you have plenty other projects allready. Just wondering.

    Thanks.

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      Déc 8, 2007 @ 10:49

      Yes, it’s still scheduledYes, it’s still scheduled for the 10th dec. I think I’ll make it 😛
      As for the additionnal guide for level 70 questing. I’m not sure for now, that’s an idea. But before I even think about it, I have the whole horde guide to do 😛

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Déc 8, 2007 @ 21:31

        Updates because of leveling patchRecently the quests between 30 and 60 have been “revamped”, IE, elite quest mobs after 30 becoming non-elite mobs. Do you think there are any instances where farming those mobs would be better experience than what you have listed in your guide?

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          Déc 9, 2007 @ 9:24

          Some elite quests have beenSome elite quests have been made easier (are now soloable) but that doesn’t go for instances, those didn’t change afaik.

          -Snowflake
          WoW-Pro Admin

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 8, 2007 @ 19:20

    Re-write old guide?Hi Jame, I followed your guide from level 30 to 65, but now since patch 2,3 chapter I,II,III (lvls 30-60) are a bit out of date. Are you preparing re-make of old guide or you will keep the old one? someone can think that this patch only clear grinding sessions from your guide but it’s not so true while xping from lvl 50-60… by the way I kneel before you and your pertinacity and must say you did a huge work… 😉

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      Déc 9, 2007 @ 9:21

      Yah everything is going toYah everything is going to get revamped… but there has been several news posts about that on the front page; so check there for more info.

      -Snowflake
      WoW-Pro Admin

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 9, 2007 @ 4:09

    [50] Ancient Egg (Elite)I was wondering where I can find this quest. I looked through all of your guides and couldn’t find a mention of it anywhere. If you can tell me where to get it that would be awesome.

    PS. Jame, I LOVE YOUR GUIDES. My brother is on the 30-41 guide and I am on the 41-50 guide and we both love it, we find it so simple to use.

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 9, 2007 @ 11:21

      dude, u get that quest fromdude, u get that quest from doin Screecher Spirits in Steamwheele Port in Tanaris.

      Screecher Spirits
      The Prophecy of Mosh’Aru
      The Ancient Egg

      then ST quests

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 9, 2007 @ 18:36

      [50] Ancient Egg (Elite)You can get it at Yeh’kinya in Tanaris.
      Coords 66,22.(Its by the sea)

      cumpz

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 10, 2007 @ 4:35

      Chapter 2 it’s mentioned.It begins with [44]Screecher Spirits given by Yeh’kinya at Steamwheedle port (tanaris).

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 10, 2007 @ 12:20

    Today’s the big day ;)I’ve had my char sitting at 65 for almost a week now… hopefully it’s not delayed =D

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 10, 2007 @ 14:25

    Chapter 5 (65-70)“” Stay tuned for the next guide, which should be released before the 10th of december if all goes as planned! “”

    its the 10th december today and im just wondering! where is it ? 😕 😀

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 10, 2007 @ 16:41

    lv65-70 guide ?Hello jame’s

    want to say that you did make the best guides and its even for free ! 😀

    but when is the lv65-70 guide coming ,because it should come on sunday but it didnt 🙁

    can’t wait when it’s released.

    Greetings Frostenflame.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 10, 2007 @ 18:25

    65-70Is today the day Jame? sure hope it is!! cant wait for that 65-70

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 10, 2007 @ 22:00

    On the 10th?Is the guide being released on the 10th? Cause its like 4pm and no guide i see yet just wondering

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 2:40

    last parthey James wonderin when the 65-70 guide is cominn out cant wait haha 😀 guess ill just pvp till then

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    Déc 11, 2007 @ 7:35

    You guys probably missed theYou guys probably missed the info on the news page. My guide will be released one day late. So it will be released today (Tuesday 11th). It is finished, but it needs to be text formatted and bbcoded first, and this will take a few hours.
    It should be released somewhere in the afternoon (european time).

    Thanks all for waiting, and sorry for being a little late.

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 11, 2007 @ 9:35

      Excelent!I keep poping on, hoping it’s there! 8)

      Also, I would like to say how much I appreciate the quality and accuracy of these guides and the fact they are free and easily accessible, so thank you for writing them. They have greatly increased my leveling rate of many characters.
      (still no 70, but he’s coming, just as I get my hands on the last installment!)
      Thank you again.

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 11, 2007 @ 11:08

      James is European?I blame the metric system for how awesome your guides are.

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      Alienator Répondre
      Déc 11, 2007 @ 11:10

      np’s dude. We all gratefulnp’s dude. We all grateful (just itchin to give it a go) 🙂

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      Noodleguitar Répondre
      Déc 11, 2007 @ 16:17

      release of 65-70Thanks Jame!

      I was just checking wow-pro when I read your message about it being released in the afternoon. It wasn’t there yet at 4:10 pm Dutch time, but when i refreshed the page… there it was 🙂

      Just in time for me, because I’m lvl 66 and am almost done with the 60-65 guide in Terrokar.

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 11, 2007 @ 17:37

      Awesome news!Just wanted to say that you and your support crew are very impressive! Meeting your deadline to release the 65-70 guide deserves major kudos. If I was your boss I’d be sure you received a major raise in pay

      Using your guides takes the drudgery out of leveling the 3rd/4th/5th alt etc. to 70. Thanks again for your efforts and hard work.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 17:26

    WOOITs OUT thanks JAMES :sick: :jawdrop: :jawdrop: :jawdrop: :jawdrop:

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 18:31

    Thx james for a lovely guidejust thought i would tell u how gratefull im for this guide:)ive played before the burning crusade and than i had a break and sold my acc, i just started a litle again for about 1month ago and search the internett for a guide and i found yours and it has actually been fun leveling:) i have followed it since 30 and i just dinged 65 today so the timing for the 65-70 guide was just perfect for me:)and i also read that u considerd a money/quest guide for lvl 70 and i now i would really appreciate that:P

    greeting from a gratefull follower of your guide, Bajas

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 19:46

    Horde guideWhen is the guide for horde 60-70 going to be released?

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      Check the news page, it’sCheck the news page, it’s all there!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 11, 2007 @ 22:31

    Revamps?When will the Alliance 30-60 be revamped? If you have no idea, eh at least i asked : )

    Great Guides,

    Good Luck Have Fun!

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      Déc 12, 2007 @ 10:54

      Sometime in January.Sometime in January.

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Déc 12, 2007 @ 18:37

        I leveled with the currentI leveled with the current 30-60 guides and i ended up being lv 61 at the very end of the 51-60 guide. so imo these guides are perfect the way they are especially with the leveling increase. I was able to skip every portion of where it said to grind out the rest of the level because i was already ahead in XP. Great Job Jame!!! Oh and on a side note, going into outlands at 61 paid off well, since now i am 64 when the guide said i should be dinging 63, and i also was able to skip all the said grinding sessions.

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          Great! That’s the kind ofGreat! That’s the kind of things I like to hear 🙂

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            Anonyme
            Déc 14, 2007 @ 14:37

            Yeah, same for me. Level 60Yeah, same for me. Level 60 atm and half way to level 61 and i still have plaguelands / silithus to do. I’ve used your guides a few times so there were certain parts i knew i had to adapt so that certain regions didn’t turn grey to me. Re-arranging when certain areas are done (ie Azshara) and included elite quests that are now easy (Every quest outside Uldaman can now be cleared up quick and easy 🙂 ).

            Not sure what it was like for others but i only managed to get 1 run in Blackfathom depths and Sunken temple so questing alone is enough for leveling extremely fast.

            Good job James on your guides.

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            Anonyme
            Déc 18, 2007 @ 12:26

            Sorry to say that, but…I hit lvl 60 in Felwood. Nevertheless, I continued the guide and I’m now 62 and in the middle of Cenarion Hold/Silithus-questing.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 16, 2007 @ 6:38

    Dragons in Burning SteppsIn your 50-60 guide. The dragons in Burning Stepps are no longer elite. Makes that quest much easier.

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      Déc 16, 2007 @ 10:20

      Good to know Snowflake willGood to know 🙂 Snowflake will take that into account when she revamps this part.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 16, 2007 @ 20:38

    Just a suggestionIn chapter two, some of the quests in your section on the Swamp of Sorrows involve the Harborage and Fallow Sanctuary. May I suggest adding [38] Mercy for the Cursed given by Anchorite Avuun in the Harborage to your list. It only involves killing three Cursed Lost Ones and it should take no time at all whilst killing all the other things in order to get the crystals and whilst escorting the Lost One’s dinner out of the camp :).

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      Thanks for the suggestion.Thanks for the suggestion. Snowflake will probably add it when she does the revamp of this chapter 🙂

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 19, 2007 @ 23:28

      “In chapter two, some of the“In chapter two, some of the quests in your section on the Swamp of Sorrows involve the Harborage and Fallow Sanctuary. May I suggest adding [38] Mercy for the Cursed given by Anchorite Avuun in the Harborage to your list. It only involves killing three Cursed Lost Ones and it should take no time at all whilst killing all the other things in order to get the crystals and whilst escorting the Lost One’s dinner out of the camp .”

      This is one of the new burning crusade quests, and once jame has gone over the guides, like he is atm with the horde, this quest will probably be added

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 17, 2007 @ 20:23

    Hey James I love yourHey James I love your guides. They help so much getting to level 70. Even though i got 23 day playime at level 65 because its my first character and I hang around and go afk a lot. But I hope to get there by 28 days. Id like to print this guild out its just so many pages and ink is very expensive. Im always doing instances and screwing the guide off. I hated doing feralas so i did 1 quest there it is so boring and it was just not fun. So I was always ahead of ur guide by half a level or so so keep up the good work and I hope u make a 70-80 guide when the wrath of the lich king comes out. See ya

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 19, 2007 @ 21:53

    Tour guide integration?James, I saw someone ask a few weeks ago about a ‘tour guide’ version of your leveling guide. This would be a sensational extension of your guide.

    I print the guide out two pages /side, double sided, and read it continuously during questing, but it would rock if it was integrated into the tour guide mod.

    Just a thought.

    Keep up the good work.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 20, 2007 @ 11:37

    Water ElementalsI just have to say that that lvl 38 quest is next to impossible if you are a frost mage. They are immune to all frost attacks. Just saying 🙂

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      Déc 21, 2007 @ 22:28

      It’s not impossible, justIt’s not impossible, just tedious. Use fire spells, even without fire talents you can still solo them reliably 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 20, 2007 @ 19:51

    Thanks Jame!Hey Jame I just wanted to thank you for your guide. Using it I leveled my new mage to 60 in only 6 days played time. I could probably even have shaved a day or two off that time if I didn’t afk or work on tradeskills so much 🙂 Here’s a screenshot to use however, thanks again!

    [img]http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2005-2/948040/lvl60.jpg[/img]

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 21, 2007 @ 0:04

    Waaaay aheadIm currenty level 56 in the 50 – 60 guide, and i’ve been able to skip the Un’Goro escort quest and the Sunkern Temple part, mainly because im level 56 at the startof the level 55 section.

    For those that are waiting for the new guides to come out, don’t. I’m A WHOLE LEVEL ahead of the guide, so technically I could skip most of it, but I won’t. Just for rep and things.

    Mages on this guide are pretty fast, expect for the parts where you have to drink. Other than that, it’s all quick, which i’m finding out.

    I can’t wait to finish out my character, and start many others in the near future.

    Baíley – Ahn’Quraj EU 🙂

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 22, 2007 @ 6:50

      I would put that down to theI would put that down to the recent increase in XP from quests since 2.3

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 23, 2007 @ 20:43

    You have my thanks and respectI sincerely appreciate your time and effort to put such a useful guide together. I have been following it since lvl 30 and am now a 59 warrior. Your guide has helped me to maintain economy of motion and keep my exp rolling in. I also have got much more out of the game overall because of seeing new areas and meeting new people. Thank you.

    Lvl 59 Destroyr Nordrassil server

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 25, 2007 @ 19:08

    Still AmazingEven after the exp changes, these guides are still almost perfect the way they are. Now, instead of having grinding sessions every level or so, you just follow the guide as it stands.

    I got a level ahead of the guide around level 35, and have been ahead ever since (now level 48 and climbing)

    The only thing I would recommend is to add a section on Theramore. The new content added there is amazing for the ranges 38-42. I skipped Badlands all together and went there, and have been ahead of the guide even then.

    The great thing about the exp changes is that if there is a part of the guide you don’t like, you can usually skip it easily and it won’t hurt your exp. But the best part is that there are NO MORE GRINDING sessions, at all. The exp gained from quests should easily be enough to make you level.

    I still love these guides, keep up the good work.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 27, 2007 @ 7:09

    Making money in gameHello jame’s

    I have been using your guide for my human palidin since level 30. Now I just turned level 61 and I cant afford to even get the bracers from ironforge because i cant even come up with the 20 gold to aquire them no less the 300 gold needed for my level 60 mount!!! I have followed your guide religiously the whole time and barely make enough money to pay for my level training and armor upgrades cause i have yet to see a nice monster drop and all the quest items are bind on pick up so im forced to sell them to a NPC vendor for a few silver. So when i read in your quide that i could get loads of money when i went to outland I could hardly wait till got level 60. Well level 60 came and i went to outland using your guide and now i just made level 61 and guess what lol I got a whopping 11 gold on me so what gives??? What do i need to do to see that massive amount of gold that you brag so much about in your guide!! At this rate i will get level 70 without ever seeing my level 60 mount and never even be able to dream of a epic mount that would only ever be a very bad joke to me. 🙁

    Please is there anything you can do to help me out.

    Thanks Bob

    PS my email is rnorris72@cox.net if you would like to email me on this subject

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      Déc 27, 2007 @ 17:02

      Are you dying a lot?
      Are youAre you dying a lot?
      Are you selling certain things at the auction house? Things such as runecloth/netherweave cloth?
      Are you spending money to buy stuff at the AH?

      I can’t fathom how you can end up level 61 with only 11 gold.

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Déc 27, 2007 @ 20:49

        wow i dont think your doing things righti have been following your guide since lvl 31 and now i am lvl 48 so far (still going) and i have 250g, most of which are from Ah items i sold.. so i dont know how you end up with 11g at level 61

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 27, 2007 @ 23:28

      You’re definately doingYou’re definately doing something wrong. I never farmed anything and only did quests. By the time I hit 40 I could easily afford my standard ground mount. When I hit 60 I had enough for my Epic ground mount. Now I’m at lvl 66 and I have 1100 gold without doing anything but questing. Here are a few tips:

      -Loot everything, make sure your bags are big enough, you should never leave loot on a mob.
      -Make a lvl 1 auction mule character and mail everything you get to him to sell on the AH.
      -Sell everything thats not grey on the AH. Just do an AH search to see the prices and set your price competitively.
      -DO NOT buy anything on the AH, gear matters very little until you hit 70, you will get good enough upgrades from quest rewards/instances.
      -Pickup a gathering profession or two, skinning is a great one to make extra money from mobs you are killing anyway for quests.

      Just following these 5 tips should easily get you enough for all your mounts. I plan to buy my Epic Flying mount when I hit 70 and craft my epic tailoring set without any farming, its completely possibly.

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 28, 2007 @ 1:55

      hey m8,

      I cant imagine howhey m8,

      I cant imagine how u can end up at lvl 61 with just 11G
      I use jame’s guide on 2 of my char and I ended up great gold wise. got 2 epic flying on both of my char.

      Jame’s guide is a lvling guide.. for gold I think u just hv to come up with other ideas. Like selling netherweave gold, or drops, or from ur profession. at least thats what I do. Ofc following the guide is great, but in between u gotta add time to make money and not only lvling if u wanna make gold and buy ur mount.

      Outlands gives alot of gold rewards.. am sure by the time u reach 65 u will afford to buy epic mount.

      and just want to say this is not jame’s fault imo. he guide us thru lvling.. not making gold. for that u need another guide :p lol

      for Jame, keep up the good work and looking forward to the revamped guide! *2 thumps up!!*

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 28, 2007 @ 2:16

      Impossible, if done rightI’m about to slide into 57th level, and every piece of equipment on me is blue or better, and I’ve got about 1000 gold on hand. As long as you have ‘some’ idea of how the market works and you’re selling your greens in the AH, as well as your cloth drops, you can make a killing just picking up trash without having to do anything other than drop things into the AH and reap the rewards.

      I’m a market player, I buy and sell, I tailor and disenchant, and I jingle when I walk. -But- I’ve made more than 50G -every single day- just picking up cloth and greens during normal levelling with this guide…

      Are you making sure to sell things in the AH and not vendor things mindlessly?
      Are you dieing once every 10 minutes (costing yourself a fortune in repair bills)?
      Do you loot everything from the monsters? (even if you were looting junk greys and selling -everything- to the vendors you could probably put together 5-10G daily)
      Have you checked your pockets for holes?

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 28, 2007 @ 6:53

      Something doesn’t sound rightI’ve been using Jame’s guides since level 30 for my human rogue, and just finished the level 60-65 yesterday (and hit level 65 right on cue).

      I bought my regular mount as soon as hit level 40 (and had 45g leftover), earned & blew over 200g on overpriced blue armor from the auction house between levels 50-56 (I know, I know, not a wise choice), and bought my epic mount at level 62 (which left me with 7g to my name).

      After being basically broke at level 62, I managed to build myself up to 534g by level 65. Granted, I did run Stratholme once with some guildies, where I picked up 62g worth of loot (after vendoring the trash & BoP and auctioning off the BoE).

      But even if you subtract the 62g from the instance run, that still means I managed to earn 472g solely by questing/grinding in Zangarmarsh, as directed by Jame’s guide.

      Follow the guide, and the gold will come. Just keep a couple things in mind:

      1) Make a very, very big effort to not die, as dying means spending a ton on repairs. Personally, whenever my HP drops below 40% or so, I back off & bandage, always make sure I’m well-fed, and make it a point to have 3-4 stacks of health pots and 3-4 stacks of bandages on hand, just to make sure I won’t die.

      2) Kill EVERY mob you encounter on your way from point A to point B, regardless of XP. Sure, that gray mob won’t net you any XP, but it’ll more than likely drop some loot (usually vendor trash, but sometimes good, auctionable stuff) & perhaps a bit of coin. That cash adds up very fast. And if it’s gray, you should be able to kill it so quickly that it won’t put too much of a dent in your XP/hour.

      3) Auction anything & everything that has even the slightest bit of demand. You’d be surprised at the huge amounts of gold people are willing to pay for useless junk. Take advantage of this.

      Here’s hoping things turn around for you, and that you’re knee-deep in gold very soon.

      Cheers!

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 28, 2007 @ 10:13

      The trickI think the trick was to not upgrade your armor. As a Mage, I had got to level 60 with level ~30 gear, and had no problems critting like a glassconnon.

      I don’t know if it differs from other classes, but armor upgrades aren’t needed. Outland Greens at 60 cover up any gear upgrades you need. I’m level 62 now, with around 420g, saving up for my ground mount. Considering I had around 10g at level 50 for my twink account, I think i’ve done very well.

      Like I said, I don’t know if you need to gear up for different classes. Just saying, you get all the gear you could ever want to 60 with the Hellfire Pen quests.

      Good luck!

      Baíley – Ahn’Quraj PvP EU 🙂

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      Déc 28, 2007 @ 12:14

      Nice tips from everyone. NowNice tips from everyone. Now if only you’d all register an account I could give you a rate up! ^^

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 28, 2007 @ 14:03

      This guide realy works forThis guide realy works for me in combination with the professions skinning/mining… Those are very nice to make money…

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 31, 2007 @ 21:23

      O_othis is a guide for leveling, if you want money and lots of of it, guess what, you have to specifically do that, it doesnt just fall into your lap, ive not struggled with with money, but when ive needed it ive spent time making it, if you want to power level, you need a cushion of money to save you time, or do without untill your finished leveling, up to you. There are things in the game like most of these types of games that are time sinks, getting gold is one of them, on the other hand once you get to level 70 it will most likely be much easier :jawdrop:

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Jan 1, 2008 @ 6:52

      mking money in gamewell im not going to lie or get into argueing matches about it but i have all my bank slots filled and all the bag slots bought and equiped with 14 slot bags that are full of junk green items that no one will buy in the AH so I am forced to sell to NPC venders for very low prices and i am doing the quest that jame’s recomended for the level 60 armor set and every time i do a part of that quest line it is 40 gold here and 60 gold in supplies and every time i level my palidin it is a rediculous amount of gold training the new spells he gets. So yes I did only have 11 gold at level 61 hopefully it will get better as i go up higher because if it does not i will never be able to afford my level 60 mount no less even dream of 1 day getting my epic mount. Cheers But I will say this the guide is 1 of the best i have seen for leveling and i will just have to get used to never having the nicer things in the game and always being broke.

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Jan 4, 2008 @ 4:54

        Outlands > Level 60 gearYou should keep in mind that the current 30-60 guides were written before The Burning Crusade was released. I have browsed the 50-60 guide and noticed that towards the end, it emphasizes going for gear and quests to prepare for level 60 endgame. You can now get better stuff within an hour of questing in Outlands. Forget the level 60 dungeon set armor and enjoy playing Outlands.

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Jan 3, 2008 @ 2:57

      MoneyI dident find out this guide existed till lvl66

      but when i hit 58 i went mad and did every quest in hellfire and that made me around 50g easily

      and selling BoP quest rewards gets you around 1g a piece easily

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 27, 2007 @ 9:48

    freaking rediculous guidei use to be a really slow leveler but my guild is amazed at how fast i level its the little thing’s in Jame’s guide that are awesome

    THANKS JAME

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 28, 2007 @ 9:57

    AwsomeJust have to say these guides are awsome i found it when i was level 40 on my hunter and within 2 weekends ( i only play for about 4 hours a weekend in total) i was level 60. Am now folowing your outlands guide and im zipping along. At this rate i’ll have all my caras to 70 in no time.
    THANKS Jame’s your a star

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 28, 2007 @ 19:41

    Wrong?Heya! Very nice guide indeed! Thanks a lot.

    I’m just wonderring, do you think I’m doing wrong?
    I have followed your guide really carefully. At the moment I’m 64 with 8-9 bars left when the guide says I should be very close or if not level 65. I’ve done all quests said in the guide and so on. And I don’t really want to farm 8 bars, wich will take some hours (boooooooooring :P)

    Thanks again!
    Happy new year!
    Best regards,
    Caronwyn

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      Déc 28, 2007 @ 22:55

      I can only see a fewI can only see a few reasons:

      You are lucky with quest drops (and thus kill less mobs)
      You don’t have much if any rested bonus, ever
      You try hard to avoid killing anything besides the bare minimum to complete quests

      Maybe you started with my guide at an earlier level than was recommended?

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Déc 31, 2007 @ 19:54

        I have currently the sameI have currently the same problem, but I will say that I don’t kill everything in my path and in my haste to reach 70 (this is one of many characters) I don’t do instances or ever have much rested XP.

        This however, hasn’t limited me very much at all. I’m 68 doing the level 69 part of the guide and haven’t had any trouble at all with any quests being too hard or too high level.

        Still a great guide even if you skip the “kill everything” and instances.

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    Bailey Répondre
    Déc 31, 2007 @ 19:39

    A couple of extra suggestionsHi Jame.

    I just thought it would be a good idea to add in an alternate way of going though some areas that might give certain reputation to different factions such as Honor Hold or Aldor/Scyer.

    I understand that the guide is a leveling guide, and it is. It is a very good one. It’s just that I plan on getting exalted with a couple of factions, like Scryers, though turning in the items to gain their rep. Maybe you could add a sub section to the parts of the guide where you would gain reputation though non-repeatable quests and say where to go grind for the items to get the reputation for that faction, and have it equal to the amount of xp you would get from the quest.

    Although it might be slower than questing, the grinding might be wanted by some people who want exalted with the faction without going though the quests, planning it out better etc. Plus, the quests could be saved at a later level, maybe even level 70, which would mean you would get more money for that flying mount.

    Like I said, it’s just a suggestion. If the 60 – 70 guides ever need editing, you could add that in, maybe.

    Baíley, Ahn’Quraj 🙂

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    Phantom Répondre
    Déc 31, 2007 @ 21:18

    Thanks Jame!Just wanted to thank you again for the guides Jame! I managed to get my new mage to lvl 70 in only 9 days by following your guide from lvl 30 on up! I was able to do this while skipping the last section of your guide in Netherstorm. So I was able to purchase my regular flying mount, hit lvl 70, and still have over 2000g without ever touching Netherstorm or Shadowmoon Valley! Hopefully there is enough gold left in those quests for my epic flyer. I would love to see a guide from you on questing those 2 zones at lvl 70. Anyway thanks again, here’s a screenshot for you 🙂

    [img]http://img.villagephotos.com/p/2005-2/948040/lvl70.jpg[/img]

    -Phantom.

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      Jan 2, 2008 @ 15:50

      Very nice, thanks for theVery nice, thanks for the feedback 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Déc 31, 2007 @ 21:24

    <3Amazing guide jame, followed it from 30 and now im 60 ^^ cant w8 to get all the outland gear i have waited for since 58 🙂

    read through the replies and saw many people had problems with money, which i think is rather weird.
    i had my mount at 40 and i just bought my lvl 60 mount, with around 20g left and loads of items to auction off. my advice: use the auction house, green boe’s from almost any lvl sell for more than 2g each. my mining skil also helped decent bit, but not near as much as selling stuff in AH was. and maybe leave that expensive secundary profession for a while, do it at 70 😉

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 1, 2008 @ 2:53

    james being the basic hero that he isDude you’re an absolute hero!!! I barely play this and I’m still able to level so fast thanks to your guides!!! They’re really good man keep up da good work!! love from your exalted fan }:)

    swarzon human mage
    runetotem

    keep it real

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    Yevaud Répondre
    Jan 2, 2008 @ 14:32

    Simply AmazingHappy New Year All!

    Lets get right to business here. I followed your guide down to the last note, well sort of, and managed to get my lock from 30-70, including the 1-30, in little under 14 days. In my book pretty decent, others may disagree, but I am playing to have fun; not trying to break any records.

    At level 61 I had a little over 900 gold. I dinged, lupped or whatever, 70 when I were halfway level 68 in the guide. Had 2200g at the time.

    Shadowmoon Valley and Netherstorm here I come. Should be at least 5-7k gold waiting and that probably only sums up what I can think of. Thinking of following rule “1: kill everything that is on your way” and it shouldn’t be a problem.

    All in all, I merely wanted to thank you for this awesome guide. Really helped a lot.

    Cheers mate

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 2, 2008 @ 14:59

    Really really nice :jawdrop:

    Good Job dude! =)
    Thanks for this really nice Guide.

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    Jan 2, 2008 @ 15:45

    ThanksI really appreciate you writing these guides =] Ive leveled a mage to 64 with them, and I’ve made an alt warlock, who’s currently 34 with the aid of your guide and the site =]. The only trouble Im having is the goblins in STV, they are too closely packed together 🙁 Ive had no problem with money so far, and seeing as though my 40 mount is free I dont need cash that much. The 14g I currently have will last me =]. Thanks again for the guides.

    Rob.

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    Xaknar Répondre
    Jan 3, 2008 @ 10:21

    Really good guide mate, youReally good guide mate, you must have put loads of effort into this, and for that I take my hat off to you. You could have chosen to sell this guide, but instead you put it here for free. :jawdrop: Thankyou so much! 😀 Anyway, im level 62 now, followed your guides since 30, and they are awesome. 🙂

    P.S one more thing, are you gonna be making a 70-80 guide?

    Quel’thalas-Europe-Hunter Xaknar 62

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      Jan 3, 2008 @ 12:26

      I definitely will write aI definitely will write a 70-80 guide 🙂

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Jan 14, 2008 @ 22:16

        70-80is 70-80 in that new deathknight expansion?

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 3, 2008 @ 12:20

    Thumbs upJust felt like giving some feedback on this awsome guide. ^^,

    I lvled my first character to 70 without any help from this guide, it was a hunter and it took me 29 (!) days. Now when I’m playing on my alt druid, I went from 1-60 in 5 days, with the help of your guide from 30 and out.

    So awsome guide mate, thanks for doing this for all of us 😉

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 3, 2008 @ 22:18

    fastest level 60im pretty sure the fastest level 60 was 1day 20 hours and some change–
    made possible by a level 70 instance running an alt post patch 2.3

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      Jan 4, 2008 @ 13:01

      Yes, but that doesn’t reallyYes, but that doesn’t really interest us. What we’re interested in is how fast someone can level to 60 or 70 following the guide, without any powerleveling. 🙂

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Jan 6, 2008 @ 7:24

        i know – i was merelyi know – i was merely posting an interesting fact and another route to take while leveling 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 4, 2008 @ 14:30

    20-30 guideHi Jame

    Great guides just wonderin if u gonna do a 20-30 as i find it hard to work out where to go and its alot slower than gettin from 30-40 for me just a suggestion though

    great guides up to 70 followed it twice now thanks

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      Jan 4, 2008 @ 18:50

      A 20-30 Alliance levelingA 20-30 Alliance leveling guide is already in the works, yes 🙂

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Jan 11, 2008 @ 2:39

        Do you have a date for thisDo you have a date for this to come out?

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          Jan 12, 2008 @ 13:22

          Must…read…newsMust…read…news 🙂

          https://www.wow-pro.com/node/1365

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    Clocksta Répondre
    Jan 6, 2008 @ 0:36

    Thanks :jawdrop: This Guide is amazing. The amount of time it must have taken to study the quests, the amount of experience, and how they all fit together like a big puzzle must have taken alot of time. Great job, thanks and Have a nice day!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 6, 2008 @ 6:19

    Great Guide !!!im ally on servers but u guide is so good its probably the best one out there 🙂 i fell bad the there crappy horde ones that aren’t as good as this .. just a suggestion … well grate guide!!!! :jawdrop: 😉 🙁 😀 }:) 😛 8) 🙂 8)

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    Marcus01 Répondre
    Jan 6, 2008 @ 21:17

    ThanksThanks for making the leveling guides. I have been using them and they are faster than pure grinding. Ty.
    Human warlock 70 doomhammer

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    holyseeker Répondre
    Jan 7, 2008 @ 22:20

    thx jame for the guides,thx jame for the guides, must have spent along time completing them, im lvl 52 now and its been great…i’ve explored many places and if it werent for ur guide i prolly wont even go to kalimdor lol! anyways ur guide is fast and thx alot

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 9, 2008 @ 2:17

    hellois it posible to do james guied if you din`t know about it and your lvl 42 😕

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      Jan 9, 2008 @ 18:01

      Yes of course it isYes of course it is possible. You should start at level 40 or so in the guide to grab some of the quests which have follow ups.

      And please try to do an effort with your spelling 😛

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    kenjiluiz Répondre
    Jan 9, 2008 @ 7:15

    nicenice guide man helps lots got me from level 30-40 in about just over a day

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 9, 2008 @ 9:12

    Love the GuidesThank you so much!! But just like a wonderful drug i cant live out with your guides.. i find myself with withdrawl symptoms 🙂 I cant lvl without them.

    If you are debating whether or not to make a horde 60-70 PLEASE make a horde side 60-70 So i can continue to play..

    Thank you so much for all youve done so far.

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      Jan 9, 2008 @ 18:03

      It’s not being debated, it’sIt’s not being debated, it’s already in the works since a long time 😉

      For release dates, check the news page!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 10, 2008 @ 7:28

    Alliance 21-31Hi just wondering if you could could give a rough estimate on how long it will be before there is an Alliance 21-31 as i find these levels hopelessly boring and slow 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 10, 2008 @ 9:23

    Great Guide mate 😛 this guide is really good helped me alot. from 40’s to 60’s i found money making easy i just went minning and skinning and sold pretty much everything on the ah. very well written. although i have one suggestion. with doing mara i honestly think you dont have to do this with the current patch i was pretty much 2 lvl ahead of the guide so i stopped “killing everything on the way” and i was still ahead after skipping mara. just a suggestion anywho. loving it with the 60’s lvling me rather fast ty. 😛

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 10, 2008 @ 20:04

    Thank you!Just wanted to drop a line and say thanks for the virtual blood, sweat, and tears you put into making this guide. I picked it up around level 40, when as a new player to WoW, had trouble figuring out which area to go to next to continue leveling. The efficiency of this guide is what makes it great. The only hard part is resisting the urge to go turn in the 10 (Complete) quests I have and not following the guide lol. Thank you again for improving my WoW playing experience and enabling me to catch up with some friends I knew from high school that all have multiple level 70 chars. 🙂

    Tonic of Runetotem,
    aka Jeff

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 10, 2008 @ 20:37

    Great guide!I started at 31 last week, and I’m 48 now. This really works! Thanks!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 13, 2008 @ 18:53

    Follow upsI think that you should put purple text for quests that have follow ups, because since patch 2.3 i have been way ahead of the guide but am very afraid of missing some important follow ups. Perhaps you can put really important follow ups in another color or bold them.

    The other option is re do the guilds for 2.3 but i understand how much work that would be, and if you dont want to i would undstand (PLEASE DO! 😀 )

    I really do love your guides, had alot of problems before them but now wow is more fun and exciting than ever! well thats just my 2 cents. 🙂

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      Jan 13, 2008 @ 22:52

      We are gonna revamp themWe are gonna revamp them 🙂 It’s already planned, you can see the release dates on the news page.

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    swimfast34 Répondre
    Jan 14, 2008 @ 1:18

    Good TipHi thanks for the guide it really a helped.
    But for the quest in the shimmering flats where you have to kill those birds and get there hollow bones i found it fairly hard to find them ex specially when there were lots of people there but if you would like i happened to find a realy nice place that has at least 10 of these birds hanging around.

    87.66 🙂 lots of ’em. hope this helps.

    swimfast34

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 15, 2008 @ 18:58

    I just love your guides II just love your guides I have used them since level 30 for my hunter (BM speced.) I am now level 60 and flew to 60 at an alarming rate. I am new to the game so it probably wasn’t common to see someone go from 30 to 60 in a week. I have been accused of power leveling and even some guildies were convinced that I had hired a person to level my account lol. I have enjoyed the content of the game with this guide immensly.

    The only problem was even without grinding I was so far ahead of my level for the quest lines I was doing they were green and some were even grey. I had to skip ahead and then started falling in the it is chain so I was missing a lot of content of the game.

    The XP rate should be the same between 60 and 70 as it was befopre 2.3 so I shouldn’t have any issues following your guide then. I have followed it from 30 to 60 since 2.3 and I highly suggest to those following the guide now since 2.3 increased amount ot level and XP required to level lessened to exclude any grinding suggested it simply isn’t needed and will only make you get less XP if you enjoy the quest lines and want to do them.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 15, 2008 @ 23:07

    A thank you. :)I just wanted to thant you for the great guide, as I am new to WoW I spent levels 1-25 being utterly confused by everything.

    Since I found your guide, it has taught me much about the game, and even more so in the ways of avoiding things that are huge wastes of my time. Like spending hours wandering around looking for the next bunch of quests to take me further along. This is a good guide in respect with things to see and quests to do. It also worked on my need to explore the world and accomplish things at the same time. It has taken me through to level 56 in a short amount of time, and for that I owe you my thanks.

    I don’t need to ask people silly questions and annoy them and as I see things, this guide has given me legs to walk on in the game and has taught me the basics I need to know when progressing through things not in the guide. 🙂 Thank you, much appreciated. <3

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 16, 2008 @ 20:31

    estimation on timeI was just wondering how long it would take me to get to lvl40 from 30- I play about 4 hours a day.
    🙂

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      Jan 18, 2008 @ 21:18

      If you follow my guide andIf you follow my guide and play 4 hours a day, you should do level 30 to 40 in about 4 days.

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    Kergin Répondre
    Jan 17, 2008 @ 16:54

    ThanksI also wanted to add a word of thanks to you and your team for these guides. I am a family man, so I don’t have a ton of time to grind out levels. These make it great for the 20 minutes here and there that I am able to log on and get something accomplished! I have gotten to level 54 in no time.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 18, 2008 @ 2:16

    Best Guide on the Internet!Wanted to let you know this is by far the best guide on the internet 🙂 ty

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 18, 2008 @ 15:59

    Amazing GudeI just wanted to praise this guide for being absolutly amazing. Yeah, there might be some things here or there that could be tweeked but nothing is perfect and this guide so far ( lvl 49 at the time of this post ) is fantastic. I have been about 2 lvls or so ahead of the guide as I started it at about lvl 35 at the begining but it works great for a casual gamer like me. I don’t follow the guide exclusively and I embark on some follow ups not mentioned, or quests not mentioned and I have no problems what-so-ever following the guide. I just wanted to say thank you and keep up the amazing work.

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    Jan 19, 2008 @ 15:20

    AwesomeThis guide is THE BEST guide i know of. I’m currently using it for my 3rd and 4th chars, my first 2 got 1-70 in 12 and 10 gmae days respectively. Curently at lvl 35 in just over 2 game days.

    [url=http://eu.wowarmory.com/character-sheet.xml?r=Emerald+Dream&n=Ooccoop][img]http://sigs.guildlaunch.net/sig.php/376147mLMCp.png[/img][/url]

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 20, 2008 @ 12:36

    Great guideI started this guide at level 31 and now I’m 67 .I can say it really went fast , although I didn’t play so many hours a day . I think it would be great if u would make another guide , so u can get us well geared for level 70. I know it’s not easy to write a guide , but u did the impossible on your perfect guides . So I hope you’ll think about it ..

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 21, 2008 @ 13:05

    Thanks alot !Well i finally think its time for me to give you some credit for your work aswell 🙂 So far i have lvled 2 chars from 30-60 and one from 30-68 so far using your guides. A friend of mine found it by covincident and showed it to me, and I have been totally addicted to it ever since 🙂

    The best thing is that you can jump abit back and forth in it, and since i like to do alot of my lvling in instances that is essential for me, the discriptions are allways accurate and easy to understand!

    Once again thanks alot for the big effort and keep it up 🙂

    bjarkov, vonholck, vholck – Alliance on Ravencrest EU

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 21, 2008 @ 21:46

    wow guideThanks for the guide it really made the leveling up fly by. Keep up the good work 🙂

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    Funny Flapjack Répondre
    Jan 21, 2008 @ 23:32

    I Need Some Help!Hey-
    I’m a new member and already these guide looks great. I can’t wait to use it. The only problem I have is that I discovered this guide at level 44. When I look at the guide it says to do all these quests that I should have got a level 40. Now I don’t know where to start. I need some help.

    Thanks-
    Tyler
    (funnyflapjak – Night Elf Hunter – Duskwood)

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      Jan 22, 2008 @ 23:58

      Not a problem. Just followNot a problem. Just follow the guide from level 41 and ignore the quests you can’t get. In a couple of levels you should be back on track.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 17:26

    amazingi have to say absolutely amazing guide!
    i love it so much. its really easy to follow and its the greatest one out.
    thanks again 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 17:44

    3 Cheers for James!Whoot
    WHoot
    WHOOT

    Very well done James. Glad to have found your guides. Your a gem man.

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    Flare Répondre
    Jan 24, 2008 @ 3:06

    AWSOME!!Awsome guide James I used about twice (horde and alliance) and was able to get to charecters to 70 1 alliance and 1 horde in about three months cause I had school, and alot of exams and not that much time to play.

    One thing I recomend for anyone who didnt have enough money to buy thier mount / train spells is to download the auctioneer addon (google it) it has helped me sooo much! I was able to get both mounts at 40 and at 60 thanks to this addon.

    Thanks alot James for the guide =D

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 26, 2008 @ 12:08

    Lvl 20-30 guide for alliance plsYour guides are perfect 🙂 , but could u please make a lvl 20-30 guide to Alliances too? Its pain to lvl 20-30 without guide, u never know where to go! 😕

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      Jan 26, 2008 @ 13:51

      It’s already in the makingIt’s already in the making 🙂

      p.s. Please try to use “you” instead of “u”

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Jan 27, 2008 @ 5:29

        20-30 GuideSeriously?
        Oh my god thank you so much.

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        Aussie Lover Répondre
        Jan 30, 2008 @ 3:09

        20-30 Leveling GuideDo you know when it might be released……..I’m just curious because I have three characters all in the twenty’s and am just wondering when it will be available

        Thanks,
        Mike

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          Fév 1, 2008 @ 13:19

          It’s in the editing process,It’s in the editing process, so it should be out within a few days, hopefully. 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 26, 2008 @ 16:14

    Unable to Access the Chapter VI’ll click on the link to the 65-70 chapter, and it will just take me to my ISP’s search engine. Any Ideas?

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      Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:21

      Just tried it, no problemJust tried it, no problem for me. No idea what could cause this for you 🙁

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 27, 2008 @ 18:01

    Chapter II’m having some trouble accessing Chapter I, it is giving me some sort of DNS error asking me to log in with what I assume is your host. Kind of a let down right now

    But other than that, this is an amazing guide so far. playing a non-twink char I have gotten 30-34 in about 7 game hours and made everything very organized and straightforward. I am looking forward to using this guide to make my way to 70 for the first time and when I do I’ll be sure to check back and leave another comment letting you know how well this guide worked for me then as well

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    löcos Répondre
    Jan 28, 2008 @ 4:23

    lvl 10-20 guideYou should try to make a lvl 10-20 guide so i can start a new toon and try all of the other chapters cuz i heard of this when i was already lvl 54. You are awesome!

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    lochlandenholm Répondre
    Jan 29, 2008 @ 23:05

    mint guidehey man sweet guide, love your work. just wondering if you could put some tips up about starting guildes and orginizing raids. But top job mate 😀

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      Fév 1, 2008 @ 13:14

      I’ll think about itI’ll think about it 🙂

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    gabbo Répondre
    Jan 29, 2008 @ 23:51

    Well Done!I just had to register just to say how impressed I am with your guide.

    It must have taken a long time to organize.

    I had hit a wall at 40 and had taken a long break from the game. When I returned, I had no idea what was going on as far as my quest went. I found your guide and now after just a few weeks of casual playing, I am just about to hit 60!

    Bravo Sir!

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      Fév 1, 2008 @ 13:14

      Thank you, glad to hear!Thank you, glad to hear!

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    bigeats Répondre
    Fév 1, 2008 @ 3:52

    AmazingAll of these guides are amazing. I had a serious case of alt-itis – 4 characters in the high 20s/30s but no 70. I kept getting stuck in my level progression, and then I would get bored, and then I would make a new character. In any case I found this guide and it was GREAT. I was able to finally level up quickly and as a result reached 70 for the first time two days ago.

    THANK YOU JAME!

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      Fév 1, 2008 @ 13:15

      Always happy to hear that IAlways happy to hear that I cure people from Alt-itis!

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    Stryfe Répondre
    Fév 1, 2008 @ 7:00

    Need helpI started the guide at lvl 36 and did all of the Desplace quests. I finished in the Badlands and am now level 41. However, next on the list is STV. I have not done any of the quests in STV that was listed for levels 30-35. What should i do?

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      eaglelord Répondre
      Fév 4, 2008 @ 21:25

      Well, doing the quest inWell, doing the quest in levels 30-35 will give you little experience so in my opinion just skip those quest. Follow Jame’s guide for the quests you can do and make up the experience by grinding and instance runs. Once you get to a new location, you should be able to follow Jame’s guide again.

      I think at your level, you should focus on leveling up fast and go battle grounds to build up your honor points. Once you reach 70, you could use your honor points and battle ground token to buy epic weapon. Check wowarmory for the arena season 1 reward.

      Hope that helps.

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    eaglelord Répondre
    Fév 2, 2008 @ 18:39

    Great GuideFirst of all, I want to thank James for the great leveling guide. Excellent, excellent work. We (warrior and priest) followed the guides since lvl 30.

    I do want to make a suggestion: right about lvl 68, you could mention in the guide that going to instances (Auchindoun) will fill about 1/4 of the xp bar each run. So about 8-10 runs will for sure get to lvl 70.

    This way you not only saving all the quests later for gold (you will need a lot of gold for flying mounts, etc) but also having a chance to upgrade your gears.

    Of course, if you like to solo questing, by all means follow the guide (I did mention how great the guide was above).

    What I’m suggesting is just an option. Each instance in Auchindoun has only 2-3 bosses and takes about 2-3 hours to finish and it fills about 5 bubbles of xp (20 bubbles total on the xp bar).

    My gf and I both ding 70 in instances. Spend all our gold on the flying mount. Then we went back to the guide for the quests at Blade’s Edge Mountains. In about 5 hours following the guide we each made about 600 gold.

    So now in additional to following Jame’s guide, we also doing daily quests.

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    Redemptions Répondre
    Fév 5, 2008 @ 17:56

    Hi, im new xDhi, your guides are AMAZING and i love you

    soon my 28 NightElf druid will be level 30, so im wondering if the 20 – 30 guide is gonna be connected to the 30+ guide? because if it will be connected then i’ll have some seriuos catching up on

    thanks for any replys, and you are amazing and i love your dedication 🙂

    – Amber

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      Fév 9, 2008 @ 16:57

      Yes, they will be linked toYes, they will be linked to Boston’s guide (20-30), especially after we revamp them 🙂

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    J. John Répondre
    Fév 12, 2008 @ 13:00

    I thinkI guess I should clarify exactly what I meant when I said it wouldn’t be much fun in WOW if everyone had the same gear. Anyone who has played guild wars PVP can tell you that what set that game apart from world of warcraft is all the different skill combinations that were available. If you chose to be warrior with mage killing abilities-lots of interupts- then your ability to kill another warrior wasn’t as good as the warrior with armor penetrating skills. With world of warcraft, each build while different based on talents, is still just about the same until you add gear into the equation. I agree with sane mike that it would take an immense amount of strategy to be able to beat a team of 10 other players that were nearly identical to your team, but I think it would come down to who can mash the buttons faster because a rogue would be fighting another rogue the same way. Where is the fun in that? Part of what makes guild wars PVP so great is that with 100’s of skill combinations your chances of fighting the same class build twice is slim to none and that for me adds an element of surprise; thus keeps the game fresh.

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      Fév 12, 2008 @ 23:17

      While I agree with theWhile I agree with the content of your post, it seems like you posted it totally at the wrong place 😛

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    paulss9 Répondre
    Fév 13, 2008 @ 4:51

    In the endless thanks for uIn the endless thanks for you jame, here is another one, but written only to encourage you. I’ve been watching wow-pro evolve since the beginning of 07 and I am proud of the continuous evolution i’ve seen ;). You and the rest of wow-pro have had the greatest impact on my wow. I’v leveled a warrior and a hunter, and with the new patch have noticed many odd thing that prior didn’t exist(warr started on 12 march 07)ex:mob changes elite->normal, quests made aprox all soloable,etc. I was just wandering if there exists a jame for macros maybe? why? Because although I’ve done mine by reading and learning from every where, I still feel I’m missing somthing that could further improve my knowledge, so I must pray to you one more time for a bit of wisdom, a hint on where I should be looking. Truly for ever thanking you 🙂

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      Fév 13, 2008 @ 23:43

      Not sure if you mean this byNot sure if you mean this by macros, but here is how I play:

      I bind almost everything to a hotkey. Using WASD keys to move and strafe, and right-click mouselook to aim.

      I use the most accesible hotkeys for the most important and urgent spells, and harder to reach hotkeys for spells I use less frequently.

      Once you know all your keys by heart, you gain a tremendous amount of time compared to people who click. And you also can always keep your eyes on the action, instead of having to look at your bars to aim with your pointer. On top of that, you can cast spells easily while moving and strafing around an opponent, etc etc.

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    Dlittlejohn Répondre
    Fév 13, 2008 @ 8:36

    Here we goWell, I found this guide posted in the WoW forums. I have a few characters prime level for this guide, mostly due to starting new toons over and over again. My friend wants me to be his arena partner…. sooo I kind of want my first 70 for a few reasons now. =p Thanks for taking the time and effort. Here goes nothin’.

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

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    shoban Répondre
    Fév 15, 2008 @ 11:17

    Post 70 GuideHey Jame,

    thanks for the great guide! Keep it up 🙂 . I have just hit lvl 70 after completing your lvl 65-70 Alliance Lvling Guide, but I am unsure on how i should approach doing the remaining quests. I think a guide to cover all the remaining quests in Outland would be very useful to folowers of your guides because it will get them the money for their 280% flight mount in a much more fun and time effiecient way.

    Also i was wondering if you would do a guide on the talent bulids you would use. I was also wondering about the techniques you use to kill a mob depending on your class and talent build because when you were reffering to ‘Kiting’ i was lost, and wondered whether i wasnt killing the mobs using the best moves possible.

    Shoban
    Hellfire
    Warrior

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      Fév 16, 2008 @ 15:35

      I do plan to make a post 70I do plan to make a post 70 quest guide, not sure when, but it’s on the to do list 🙂

      About other guides, well I don’t know, maybe I’ll do some class guides later on, but that’s a distant project.

      Kiting: it’s the act of killing a mob without letting it touch you, through the use of movement impairing skills, such as frostbolt, frostshock, entangling root, etc. and ranged attacks.

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    Dlittlejohn Répondre
    Fév 17, 2008 @ 23:09

    Well, I’ve leveled 6 levelsWell, I’ve leveled 6 levels in the 4 days I’ve played. I’m very happy with this guide, and shared it with someone who thought he was done with the game, and instead now he and I have our mounts at 40 and 42 =] Thanks so far. Now I’m ready to go for 60 to get my epic.

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

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      Fév 18, 2008 @ 20:35

      Glad to hear the guideGlad to hear the guide worked out well for you and your friend!

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    Murdercats Répondre
    Fév 18, 2008 @ 19:13

    Just a questionHello everyone,
    Dont get me wrong, Jame’s guide is great, i already got a level 70 with it, but i was wondering, i heard a lot of people saying that Brian Kopps Alliance leveling guide is better. Can anyone tell me what the difference is? I really dont know

    Thanks, Murdercats

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      Fév 18, 2008 @ 20:45

      Well, I’ve been told by manyWell, I’ve been told by many people (and by many I mean more than 50 at least) who have tried both my guide and his guide that mine worked alot better for them.

      People tend to say “This guide is better” without even having tried mine. They just assume the other guide is better simply because they had to pay for it. I guess I would say that too if I had paid for a guide, because hey, I’d be pissed if I had paid for something I could have gotten for free (and maybe of higher quality ^^)

      My guide is free and probably better from what I’ve heard. I can assure you it’s highly efficient, there isn’t much you can improve in it. If I were you, I’d pick the free guide 😛

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        Vampiricsoul Répondre
        Fév 19, 2008 @ 21:09

        It’s trueAfter using Jame’s guide, and then taking a look at Brian Kopp’s.. it doesn’t even compare. Jame’s is exponentially better. Brian Kopp’s guide is made for hunters, and in some cases, even gives you instructions on what hunter specific spells to use, never for any other class.

        His guide has very little detail and it’s easy to get confused or so something wrong. Jame’s is always easy to read and I’ve never made a mistake using his guide as he always explains what to do, on the other hand Brian Kopp just says “Get X quest. Go to x,y and do quest X.”

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      Dlittlejohn Répondre
      Fév 20, 2008 @ 7:29

      Brian KoppsRight after I told my friend about this guide, He told me he had downloaded Brian Kopps guide. All it is: Coords. That’s all that’s in it. It’ll say, go to (36,48) get quest. step 2: go to (64,73) kill mobs. step 3: go to (36,48) hand in quest. It’s horrid. This one is amazing =D

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

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    Beveah Répondre
    Fév 19, 2008 @ 21:16

    Your GuideThough I’m sure you’ve heard this before, I’d just like to let you know how much i appreciate you, and everyone else who contributes to wow-pro for making these free guides. I have nothing but the utmost respect for you, for spending a large amount of time creating this guide and tweaking it to make it perfect. I, as I’m sure others have before me, was accused of powerleveling my character due to the rapid speed at which i was leveling. So, long story short, I hope that karma is real, and in turn you win the lottery or something for doing this 😀

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    bouda118 Répondre
    Fév 20, 2008 @ 4:26

    that kopps’ guide isn’t as good.hey jame,

    Once again great guides, I had a friend use the guide and he practically said this about Kopps guide: it’s more a one-class guide, it works for all classes but it wastes time telling hunters what to train etc (does this with all classes).
    And it keeps going on like that, yours is better, simpler and alot faster than Kopps’ guide and yea his guide costs money ( and anyway I wouldn’t trust a guide you had to download (if you pay/download) 99.9% of them are keylogged)

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    Fév 20, 2008 @ 12:41

    Well, thanks a lot for theWell, thanks a lot everyone for the nice comments, and for proving that my guide is free, yet better 😉

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    Adrix Répondre
    Fév 20, 2008 @ 13:02

    WowJames this is coming from a heavy hardcore every night raider. I just want to thank you so much. the only time i had to level my alt was during the weekend and i followed this guide every inch to outlands. One suggestion is to go to outlands at 58, theres really just no reason to stay in azoroth. Even if you want money you can just do every quest in hellfire, zangarmarsh, terrokar, nagrand, and some in blades edge and you can get 70 without touching smv or netherstorm.

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      Fév 20, 2008 @ 14:29

      You’re welcome!

      About goingYou’re welcome!

      About going to Outland at 58, this is a topic where I totally disagree, I’ll explain why:

      1. First, I’ll remind everyone that when you do quests at level 70, you get extra cash instead of the EXP reward you should get.

      2. The old world quests’ exp rewards have been increased, they give a lot more exp now. In Felwood you can already find a few quests which give more than 10K xp (that’s just as good as Hellfire and Zangarmarsh). Many previously “elite” quests are now normal, yet their rewards are still the same, which means you sometimes get good items for little effort. If they are about as good as Outland quests, why skip them?

      3. If you skip, say, all the plaguelands quest, you won’t be able to go back there and do them once you hit level 70, they will be grey and it will be a waste of time to do them. This is not the case for the quests in the last three zones of Outland. When you hit level 70, if you still have Blade’s Edge Mountain untouched for example, you can go there and get an insane amount of cash.

      4. If you go to Outland at 58 (and I’ve tried it), there will be quests you won’t be able to take. For example, a bunch of quests in Hellfire require level 61 before they are available. There’s no way you can get from level 58 to 61 with just the Hellfire quests which are available to level 58-60 players, unless you always play with rested bonus, but even so, it might not be enough. This will result in you skipping some quests, or having to go back to HFP once you hit 61 in Zangarmarsh, and that’s far from efficient. If you do it my way, you’ll complete every quests in very efficient circuits, with little running around.

      5. If you go to Outland at 58, you’ll most likely have to use a large amount of quests in Netherstorm and Shadowmoon Valley to reach 70. When you know that some quests in those zones gives more than 15000XP, imagine how much more gold you’d be getting if you did them at level 70, instead of level 69?

      6. I’ve tried it, leveled a mage to 70 on a new server, did it my way, and had 6200gold once I had finished all SMV and Netherstorm quests. And that was BEFORE patch 2.3, before the old world quests got a boost. So you can only imagine how good this could be now, and I’m definitely going to try it out as soon as I get some time 🙂

      Last but not least, I understand why people want to go to Outland at 58, the gear upgrades you get in the first few quests are great. So if you really feel that you need those upgrades as soon as possible, here is what you should do:

      – At level 58, go to Outland, do the first bunch of quests in Hellfire, get those nice upgrades, then go back to where you left my guide in Azeroth, finish the Plaguelands circuits, etc, and then go back to Outland. That way you get it all 😛

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    firebird93 Répondre
    Fév 20, 2008 @ 14:26

    21-30 guideJame how come you didn’t make a 21-30 guide for the alliance? I feel as if you are giving the horde special privleages for being the bad guys instead of the good guys. Just kidding. But why not write a guide for 21-30? Thanks, By the way your guide is awsome!!!!
    -Firebird93

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      Fév 20, 2008 @ 14:36

      Long story short:

      2 yearsLong story short:

      2 years ago I was leveling an alliance reroll, and when I hit STV, I was once again struggling to remember which was the most efficient order to those quests. And then Snowflake suggested I should write it down and make a guide out of it. And that’s how it started.

      I decided to start at level 30, because before that it’s relatively simpler to figure out where to go, and the zones are less complicated. However with hindsight, I realized that the 20-30 levels deserved a guide, so that’s why I did one for horde.

      In any case, we’ve got a very good 20-30 alliance guide now thanks to Boston, so it’s pointless for me to write one 🙂

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        firebird93 Répondre
        Fév 20, 2008 @ 15:18

        i agreeI agree I am doing Boston’s guide with my draenei shaman and his guide is awesome I just figured it was worth asking. Thanks.
        -Firebird93

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    gregdude111 Répondre
    Fév 21, 2008 @ 17:24

    you are awesomesearching for a guide one day i came across this guide for free… you did all this for nul profit (well apart from satisfaction of helping people). WooT for jame

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    Dlittlejohn Répondre
    Fév 22, 2008 @ 7:40

    ProfessionsI was wondering if you considered it wise to take up professions while following your guides? Either gathering and tradeskill or 2 gathering/2tradeskills or neither. Thanks!

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

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    Fonzee Répondre
    Fév 22, 2008 @ 10:48

    This guide is great!I decided to level a shaman alt as Enhancement spec, and tested your guide and worked out great. So, shamans, you can do this leveling guide no problem! Currently my shaman is level 62 and was level 60 by 5 days /played , even with a little extra instances and such that slowed me down.

    Though I suggest an alternative to the 30-31 part. Grinding is just not my thing at all! 🙁 For those that do not want to grind can perhaps gather all the quests for Gnomeregan (I know the instance is hard to do, but it can be easy if the party averages level 30+) and do that for some experience.

    Oh and I did happen to buy the Patterned Bronze Bracers and not sure if this has been said before but I never ended up using the bracers for anything.

    Also while doing the guide I happened to jump 5 levels past where we were somehow. It was probably just the experience buff from 2.3. On the plus side, it made doing the lower level quests a breeze.

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      Fév 24, 2008 @ 18:40

      The patterned bronze bracersThe patterned bronze bracers are used at the very end of the 30-41 guide. Here is the quote:

      [quote]Then go talk to his assistant Lucien Tosselwrench. Get quest [color=#cc9933][b][42] Stone is Better than Cloth[/b][/color] and complete it, as you should still have [b]the patterned bracers[/b].[/quote]

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    i2aven420 Répondre
    Fév 22, 2008 @ 17:42

    JameI’m a veteran player; I’ve been playing wow since the beta and leveling has always been a pain in the butt for me. I’ve been using your guide ever since level 33 and I got to level 60 in 4days played time. A lot of people have sent me tells asking how I leveled so fast thanks for the guide; you rock 8)

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      tavli Répondre
      Mar 10, 2008 @ 18:12

      I’ve also been around withI’ve also been around with WoW since the beginning and was fortunate enough to be able to play the hours needed to level without guides at first but i’m talking serious time put in, I have a few online business run from home so I get to play however often as I want. With all the changes over the years i’ve read some guides and have to say your’s is hands down the greatest and proved to be the best for leveling. I haven’t played as much lately as I got sucked into the online poker and backgammon world were you can win a few bucks for the time spent playing which is always nice in comparison to playing WoW, while leveling in the game is always a good feeling so is winning a game or hand and getting paid hehe.

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    Larmi Répondre
    Fév 26, 2008 @ 1:29

    Hi, and thanks.Sometime around spring 2006 i discovered your guide. If i recall correctly, there was only a 30-41 part back then. I was unemployed and spent most of the day leveling, and raiding nighttime.

    But i hated questing. It got me confused. The day i found your guide, I picked up my warrior that was level 31 and started following the guide. I dinged 38 the same day before i went to bed.

    Ever since, I have been using your guide to level approximately 10 characters to level 40+, 1 to 70, 2 to 60 (back then). Every time with astonishing results, having people whisper me about how I level so fast. I recommended your guide. But I never thought about the fact that you had actually made this guide, it was just there. It hit me today as i started doing the quests in blasted lands on my druid.

    Thank you man, this is what fan-gaming is all about. Can’t wait to see the revamp (my druid got half a level from turning in the uldaman quests on level 40!).

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    Tygroen Répondre
    Fév 27, 2008 @ 0:38

    U rockI love your guide, great work, I recomend it to all my guildies.

    I have a very VERY tiny suggestion though, and it is very specific…towards the beginning of the 41-50 guide, we are told to go to darkshire, then to the Swamp of Sorrows. There is a quest offered by one of the guys in Darkshire that takes you to Nethergarde Keep (It is called Supplies for Nethergarde) which we have to go to anyway at some point after SoS anyways, so why not pick it up? =) Just a tiny suggestion

    Looking forward to your 20-30 guide=)

    Tygroen, Level 70 Night Elf Druid, Sen’jin
    Mephaal, Level 70 Draenei Shaman, Sen’jin
    Fargoen, Level 42 Human Warlock, Sen’jin
    Tyger, Level 42 Draenei Priest, Sen’jin

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      Fév 29, 2008 @ 22:48

      Thanks for the niceThanks for the nice words.

      The quest you suggest is actually already in the guide, towards the later part 🙂

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    Sidarian Répondre
    Mar 2, 2008 @ 6:06

    RevampJame, let me start by saying that I loved your guide. I used it for all my characters, 2 of which are now both 70. The others, sadly were deleted when I got bored of them, only to recreate another of that same class once I actually started to understand the game mechanics.

    I recently got my Paladin to 32, and am waiting for the revamp of the alliance versions. I have been using the horde revamp for my BE hunter (now 25). Any idea when we might start to see the revamped guides going up for Ally?

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      Mar 4, 2008 @ 21:43

      The first revamped AllianceThe first revamped Alliance chapter (30-40) should be out in about a week.

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        Sidarian Répondre
        Mar 5, 2008 @ 17:13

        Thank you for the update. IThank you for the update. I look forward to it. You are awesome Jame.

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    dBloc Répondre
    Mar 3, 2008 @ 3:09

    Excellent guide, wouldn’t use anything elseFirst off, after leveling up 2 characters to 70 with 2 to 2 and a half months of playtime each, I got extremely tired of leveling and decided to search for a guide. After I saw ths one, I looked no further.

    I started a new character which is now my first 70 paladin, completed in only 2 weeks and 4 days of playtime.

    Keep up the great work and hopefully you’ll create one for Wrath of the Lich King 🙂

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      Mar 4, 2008 @ 21:44

      Thank you, and I’llThank you, and I’ll definitely write one for WotLK 🙂

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    peetszahut Répondre
    Mar 5, 2008 @ 10:28

    awesomethis is an awesome guide… only had to make one change. Instead of grinding at expedition armory in the 60-65 guide, i preferred grinding at legion front, the wrathguards there. They give a tad lower exp (i think 50 or so a mob) but they are MUCH easier to kill (averaged about 8-15 seconds on each mob) more mobs in a single area but still easy to single pull. Plus you dont have to deal with knights charge and the casters bolts..

    just a suggestion

    keep up the amazing work

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    Seiralia Répondre
    Mar 5, 2008 @ 22:25

    Not loadingThe 50-60 guide cant be loaded. what’s the problem?

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      Mar 8, 2008 @ 14:45

      It’s loading for me. AnyoneIt’s loading for me. Anyone else has that problem?

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    Branox Répondre
    Mar 7, 2008 @ 0:09

    alliance updateHi James, just wondering im level 28 should i wait for the updated versions of 30-41 alliance guide when i hit level 30 or shall i use the old versions and then use the updated version,

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      Mar 8, 2008 @ 14:46

      The revamped 30-40 guideThe revamped 30-40 guide should be out in a couple of days, so if you don’t mind waiting, I recommend it 🙂

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    iNewell Répondre
    Mar 8, 2008 @ 7:03

    Awsome guide!Hey i just recently started using this guide and i love it! It is really good, i started leveling an alliance mage and then at 30 i was looking around for a guide. Found this one, to see how it is and now im level 53 with 4 days play time!

    Althought in chapter 3 i dont get why we need the dungeon 1 bracers or whatever. So i just got the epic warsong gulch ones.

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      Mar 8, 2008 @ 14:47

      Yes, you should ignore theYes, you should ignore the dungeon 3 bracers. This will be removed from the guide during the revamp.

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    dinner789 Répondre
    Mar 9, 2008 @ 17:37

    TimeHi

    I was wondering how long with this guide how long roughly it will take me to get to lvl 70 ??? 🙂

    Eyecron-_- U rock !!! 😀

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      Mar 17, 2008 @ 23:23

      About 8 days /played,About 8 days /played, without rested XP bonus.

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    antha71 Répondre
    Mar 10, 2008 @ 19:27

    Warlock trainersJust to let you know there is a warlock and demon trainer in Ratchet. More convenient for Alliance locks to train while on Kalimdor.

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    Sidarian Répondre
    Mar 11, 2008 @ 22:39

    Thank you JameThank you, I see the 30-40 revamp is up and now its time to level my Pally. I love your work!

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    galauras Répondre
    Mar 13, 2008 @ 15:37

    Good GuideI love this guide so much I made an account SOLELY for posting a comment. I’ve been using the ones I found months ago, and noticed that there seemed to be some updates that I thought would work out really well for additions. I was pleased to see James is taking the initiative to update his already awesome guides. And that there are guides for Outlands. =D Thanks so much!

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    monkeygym Répondre
    Mar 17, 2008 @ 22:40

    has anyone ever thoughthas anyone ever thought about making an Add-on to incorporate the guide into the game? That would make things 10billion times easier!

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      Mar 17, 2008 @ 23:15

      It has been suggested a fewIt has been suggested a few times. It does sound nice, but it would mean less people visiting the website, and considering this website provides everything for free and autofinances itself (hosting costs, contest prizes) thanks to ad -revenue, this would just be bad for the website’s health.

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    Trukkur Répondre
    Mar 19, 2008 @ 10:49

    Good job with your guide JameGood job Jame. I have used this guide for 2 characters. ( 70 warlock and i am using it on lvl 35 shaman ) My friends call me a haxer:D I gaved them the site to this guide and now we are all on lvl 70:D Thank you so much. GL with the next guide, Northrend:D

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    Buldozer Répondre
    Mar 20, 2008 @ 11:06

    I got a questionhi and thanks for the great guide, i have 2 questions:

    1- theres a gap between lvl 40 and lvl 41, theres noleveling guide between this lvls?

    2- i was using the old leveling guide from 40 to 40, if i use the new guide from 41 to 50 it will have the sames quests as the old lvling guide or i will miss some quests becouse i was using the old leveling guide?

    Thanks (hope i get a quick response) 🙂

    Buldozer

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      Mar 21, 2008 @ 0:01

      Yes there is a gap at theYes there is a gap at the moment, it will be fixed as soon as possible. For the time being, just follow the guide without paying attention to the level recommended.

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    andydrew92 Répondre
    Mar 21, 2008 @ 2:49

    2 Small suggestionsGreat guides, love them, impressive you did all that work for no pay! Thanks so much.

    Cloth!!! As leveling my shaman i noticed i could get a few thousand exp when i passed through a main city by handing in 60 cloth. It might be worth adding this to the guides at the top, as a small suggestion. You could always buy the cloth from the Auction House, gold for exp.

    Maps!!! Is there any chance you could have a 2 column format on your guides? Some of the longer routes can be difficult to see because there are 12 or more points, and the map is way off up the page, nowhere to be found.

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      Mar 21, 2008 @ 17:24

      Thanks for yourThanks for your suggestions.

      The cloth donation quests already have been added in the horde guide, and will also be added to the alliance guide when we revamp it.

      About the map thing, we’ve already found a temporary fix: we simply stopped making huge maps with 20 steps. We generally split circuits in 2 maps or more, so that there isn’t ever a need to scroll back up a lot.

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    chris92 Répondre
    Avr 2, 2008 @ 7:31

    First of all greatFirst of all great guide

    but i have 1 issue, when it says talk to Magister Falris and get his quest, “Losing Gracefully” on my screen it doesnt say he has any quet available

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      Avr 2, 2008 @ 18:30

      It’s normal, they apparentlyIt’s normal, they apparently removed this quest as of patch 2.4.0 🙁

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    Razko Répondre
    Avr 4, 2008 @ 6:32

    Hello,

    Curious if you’reHello,

    Curious if you’re taking into account the new quest hub in 2.3.x (forgot which exactly), that goblin town in Dustwallow? Wondering if I should go there myself with my 40 shaman or wait till chapter 2 where you’ll have it covered. I just want to experience the content as I haven’t seen it yet.

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      Avr 11, 2008 @ 2:05

      Yes we will add that questYes we will add that quest hub in the revamped 40-50 Chapter. I highly recommend doing this quest hub, it’s the best you can find pre Outland.

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    Kenaimali Répondre
    Avr 5, 2008 @ 9:48

    Hi JameThank you a trillion times for this guide, I’ve used it over and over and this time it’s with a Draenei Shaman 🙂 So I’d like to offer the tactic I use to get the Sealed Folder for the Forsaken Courier.

    Basically, you want to keep the bodyguards away from you while you pund on the Courier, this is how I do it:

    [b]Get about 40yds from then and let them patrol to you, during that you you put out a stoneclaw totem and a magma totem. Before they get to the totems you pull the courier with a Lightning Bolt to ensure the totems won’t pull her. This will separate her from the bodyguards, once you’ve got her you put an Earth bind totem down to slown down the incoming body guards. After that you just nuke down the Courier who should be down to about 30% by now (I never got a Windfury proc, so it’s alot faster if you do). Loot the folder, set down a new Earthbind Totem, cast Ghost Wolf and run away. 🙂 Obviously this was done as an Enhancement Shaman level 35 but I don’t see a faster spec to level with.[/b]

    Also, is there an estimate on the 40-50 guide?

    Thanks,

    Dylan B.

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      Dominius2885 Répondre
      Avr 13, 2008 @ 2:13

      Another MethodAWSOME guide. Use it all the time. I have found another way to kill off the courier, and ALL of the body guards. Guessing that if you’re looking at this you’re a draenei shaman (hopefully enhancement), so here’s how it goes. Drop your stoneskin totem when you’re just in range for lightning bolt, lightning the courier (which aggs everything). Activate your Draenei healing ability, drop healing stream and magma totems, flameshock the courier. Kill that npc off first, loot incase you die, flameshock whenever you’re focused. Keep dropping magma totems, hope for crits, and you should be able to kill everything off without too much trouble thanks to your healing ability and healing stream (and shamans rock). Use a healing potion/mana potion if you have to, though I had a few windfurry procs so didn’t have to. By the time you start killing the guards they should be at least half dead, so no biggy!

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    DistinctlyBenign Répondre
    Avr 6, 2008 @ 9:42

    DruidI’ve yet to use your guide but it looks very nice, however I have a question. I plan on rolling a druid alt soon and I will be following your guide with that and you said to always spec for the most damage. As a Druid would speccing for the most damage be as a Balance druid for the spell DPS, as a Feral druid in cat form for melee DPS, or would they be close enough that whichever I want to play would be fine?

    Thanks a ton.

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      alexxarian Répondre
      Avr 17, 2008 @ 10:34

      Leveling a druidHi,

      I’ve leveled my druid with balance speck from 1-50+ and respecked to feral after that. I can honestly say that feral is much, much easier to lvl with, as you virtually get no down time at all. Being balance is enjoyable and totally different but you will constantly be running out of mana and risk dying if that happens while you still have mobs on you. If you are interested in leveling speed then feral is definitely the way to go. I recommend you try balance until lvl 20, which is when you get cat form. That way you will have gotten a bit of a feel to what balance is about. I’d also recommend that you keep 2 or more gear sets, (feral DPS, feral tanking, balance, healing) and try respecking a couple of times as you lvl. If you for example play moonkin at lvls 40-45 and a couple of lvls between 60 and 70 then you should be able to get a proper idea of how it is to lvl and instance with a moonkin.

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    Selanei Répondre
    Avr 6, 2008 @ 18:49

    Hey Jame, ive been usingHey Jame, ive been using your guides from lvl 30 -> 50 and im still enjoying them, they are very easy to follow and I have recommended them to various other people =]

    ATM im 2 lvls above the recommendation lol, zul farrak managed to lvl me twice when i used the guide that was on this site :jawdrop:

    Just wanted to express my thanks, keep makin awesome guides 🙂

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    bigchiefbb Répondre
    Avr 12, 2008 @ 10:02

    Great guidei followed your guid from level 32 and i had reached level 60 by level 55 of the guide, this guide rocks and not only this guide rock but all your guides rock make more guides maybe a 20-30 one? 😛 keep up the good work im up to the outlands guide after abandoning the 50-60 guide at level 55 part and im already level 65 and im only up to the level 63 part 😀 i love this guide

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      Avr 15, 2008 @ 18:21

      There are already 20-30There are already 20-30 guides, so I don’t need to write one 😛

      I didn’t write the alliance 20-30 guide myself, but I’ve tested it and it’s a high quality guide, so I won’t write one myself 🙂

      Here’s the link:

      https://www.wow-pro.com/leveling_guides/bostons_20-30_alliance_leveling_guide

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        bigchiefbb Répondre
        Avr 21, 2008 @ 16:50

        Thanks again for the guidesThanks again for the guides i finally have my first level 70 and i still havent finished the level 65-70 part, but i will still follow the guide for the money :D, while following your guide i managed to get enough money for my flying mount and training as soon as i hit 70 and i still have money left over for another 5 mounts :O i know i suggested more guide but it just struck me… why not make a level 70 only guide helping everyone out with what quests to do where once they hit level 70, Thanks for the link too i hope it will help a lot 😀

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          Avr 23, 2008 @ 15:54

          I plan to do that as soon asI plan to do that as soon as I get the time 🙂

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    Gudrue Répondre
    Avr 14, 2008 @ 21:48

    Just Wondering.Hey James, first of all great guide, got my first character to 70 by following this guide.
    What I wanted to ask though was I have a 40 Allaince shaman and was following the new 30-40 guide and now can only use the old 41-50 guide. Should I just wait for the new 40-50 guide or try to adapt the new guide with the old one? Also, when about is the new 40-50 guide coming out for Alliance.

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      Avr 15, 2008 @ 18:23

      It’s up to you. If youIt’s up to you. If you really can’t wait, try to follow my old guide. If not, yes of course it’s better to wait for the revamp :p

      I’m hoping the 40-50 chapter will be out by the end of April.

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    unknowncripple Répondre
    Avr 15, 2008 @ 19:48

    FirefoxLvl 30 – 40 Guide is not displaying in firefox. I was using firefox for 30-40 just fine untill 2 days ago. Now i have to use IE to allo0w the page to be displayed. Just an FYI

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      Avr 23, 2008 @ 15:45

      This is curious, I’m alsoThis is curious, I’m also using firefox, but I have no troubles with this particular guide…

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    Buldozer Répondre
    Avr 17, 2008 @ 19:31

    Hi james, i have a questionHi James and thanks for all your hardwork.

    Im using the old 41-50 guide, can i use the new 50-60 guide with no problem or i will loose quests that i was doing on the old guide? and will i not be able to do quests that was not present on the old guide but are present on the new 41-50 guide to tranfer to the next lvl guide?

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    forshizzle654 Répondre
    Avr 19, 2008 @ 3:47

    Small CorrectionAfter you kill tethyr in part 1, you state you should talk to sergeant hamelyn when it is really Amelyn. Very small correction, just thought i might add it incase people were confused when they look him up in thottbot or w/e.

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      Avr 23, 2008 @ 15:54

      Thank you, fixed!Thank you, fixed!

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    Avr 28, 2008 @ 10:15

    just wanna say thanks jamesjust wanna say thanks james 😀

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    Retrove Répondre
    Avr 30, 2008 @ 22:38

    YOUR GUIDE RULES!Hey, just need to say thank you so much for this awesome guide, I don’t think I would ever have the patience to finally get to 70 without this, it made the whole thing a lot easier and quicker, not to mention more fun.

    Great work mate, and keep it up for the sake of all players who find levelling very long and sometimes boring!

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    udzinari Répondre
    Mai 1, 2008 @ 22:37

    QuesthelperThank you Jame!

    I have used your guides many times to level my chars and they are great!

    1 note though maybe mention Questhelper in recommended addons section?

    http://wow.curse.com/downloads/details/9924/

    Best Questing addon ever 🙂

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    corsika Répondre
    Mai 2, 2008 @ 8:24

    Why these guides are so goodI see a good lot of praise for these guides, both here in the comments and on other sites/forums. I just wanted to give my take on why I think they’re such good guides.

    First: They’re easy to understand. There’s very little discrepancy about where you should go, or what you need to do in a certain situation (and, as people experience problems they say so, which leads us to…)

    Second: They’re updated. This game changes – a lot; and those changes can easily break things in the game. Also, the author recognizes that he (i think he? apologies otherwise!!) is quite human, and that not everyone thinks exactly the same. So instead of getting all defensive, it’s “thanks – fixed!”

    Last, but not least: They’re modularized. These guides can be used by anyone, whether you’re on your first character or you have eight 70’s. This means much different playing styles (people throw in dungeons, or questing with friends, or they don’t get on much so lots of rested xp.) Personally, I’m leveling a number of toons at the moment, so I’m winding up with a lot of rested. So, after following boston’s guide thru 30 (i finished it at 32 or 33 or so on one guy, due to rested xp) and toss in some runthroughs sm for some gear I got, I’m on step 32 or so, but my toon is more than halfway into 37. So if I decide to skip a zone, or a few steps, it’s very easy to do this and not get confused about where I’m supposed to go.

    So please, as you continue to improve these guides, make sure you keep these attributes, both with updates to existing ones, and new ones (you know you’ll be burning to make one when WotLK comes out!!)

    Thanks again for these amazing guides,

    Cors

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    cloverleaf890 Répondre
    Mai 2, 2008 @ 11:14

    Thanks a ton!Jame, Thanks for the spectacular guides. I can’t even begin to wonder how many people I’ve recommended it to, and how many characters I’ve used this guide for!

    The first time I used it, I got a rogue from 1-60 (Pre BC, almost a year and a half ago) in 10.5 days /played time!

    I literally swear by this guide, and am more pleased than ever to see that you’re still at hard work making it better, and making new guides! (I’ve been deployed for the last 14 months)

    Keep up the great work, and I’ll keep throwing your name out there to my fellow WoW-ers in leveling despair!

    –Dooder

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    Jooze Répondre
    Mai 7, 2008 @ 14:16

    Picture ProblemThe Map images can’t be found on the server and don’t show up in the guide. Please fix this !

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      Mai 13, 2008 @ 16:49

      Would you be so kind toWould you be so kind to point out exactly which images you’re referring to, and in which chapter? Thanks!

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    Warlook Répondre
    Mai 14, 2008 @ 16:41

    WoTLKHi Jame,

    Thanks for the wonderful guide. I was just wondering how long do you think it will take for you to write a 70-80 alliance guide when WoTLK has come out?

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      Mai 14, 2008 @ 16:59

      It should be much fasterIt should be much faster than my Outland guides. I’ve set myself a personal goal to write the guide as I level my main character (the one I raid and arena with) in WotLK. This will of course slow me down a lot with my leveling, and my guildmates will probably whine at me for that, but it won’t stop me 😛

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    Ugljesa Répondre
    Mai 16, 2008 @ 14:41

    Small additionHey mate

    great job on the guide, I’ve been using it recently to level my warlock and for once, I’m not bored of out my skull with leveling cause I know where to go and what to do :).
    I’m at Theramore in the 30-40 part now, and I’ve thought of a small addition you could do there. First Aid is generally a great profession to have for all classes, even healers can use it (for leveling, or silence parts in the end game). I’ve got my FA to 225 and arriving in Theramore, did the Triage quest. It’s an easy 5550 xp at level 38, so you may want to bring people’s attention to try and do that quest when they’re there 🙂
    Thanks again for a great guide
    Ug

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      Mai 20, 2008 @ 14:54

      Good suggestion But it’sGood suggestion 😉 But it’s already included in the next chapter, in the revamped version, which should be out soon :).

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    slonanik Répondre
    Mai 18, 2008 @ 7:48

    Upgraded Guide?On the “Jame’s Alliance leveling Guide – Chapter I (30-40)” link, I notice it is version 2. Is the link for “Jame’s Alliance leveling guide – Chapter II (41-50)” also version 2? I didn’t see any mention of where Chapter I left off so I’m assuming its not but correct me if I’m wrong.

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    slonanik Répondre
    Mai 19, 2008 @ 19:33

    Chapter II GuideAny update on when the Chapter II (40-50)guide will be done?

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      Mai 20, 2008 @ 14:55

      Maybe this week-end, if myMaybe this week-end, if my workload isn’t too heavy this week 🙂

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    Nova Répondre
    Mai 21, 2008 @ 19:13

    GuideHey Jame’s I love your guide and I’m currently using it to level 2 alts and just have one little suggestion to help make things easier for people.

    I sometimes exept quest by accident that you dident tell us to get and I would love it if you could at the end of every level put the quest you should have in your log before continueing onto the next level. Just a little change but I think it woud help out alot. 😛

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    katho Répondre
    Mai 25, 2008 @ 3:07

    What spec do you think aWhat spec do you think a level 60 warlock should be for leveling?

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      Mai 26, 2008 @ 15:39

      I think it boils down toI think it boils down to personal preference. All 3 specs are viable for leveling. I personally like to go with affliction up to level 60, then respec demonology.

      Something like that:

      [url=http://www.wow-europe.com/en/info/basics/talents/warlock/talents.html?0500200000000000000002052030133250101501351505000010000000000000]Demonology Leveling Spec[/url]

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        Nyito Répondre
        Juin 7, 2008 @ 4:06

        Not destro.Afflic is the best from 1-56, by far. Next to no downtime at all. At 56, when Felguard finally learns all it’s abilities, it becomes just as competitive. Destro is never very efficient. You can kill fast by spamming shadowbolts, but this eats mana, leading to alot of downtime. All 3 work, but only two are efficient.

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          Juin 11, 2008 @ 18:00

          I’ll take your word for it,I’ll take your word for it, I never leveled as destro 😉

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    tsukiyomi117 Répondre
    Mai 28, 2008 @ 22:58

    REvamp guideFirst thing your guides are amazing James. Should I use your old 41 to 50 guide which I started or switch to your new guide? and abandon old quest?

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      Mai 29, 2008 @ 16:17

      Switch to the new guide,Switch to the new guide, don’t abandon quests. If you lack quest space, abandon some of the Stranglethorn Vale quests and retake them when we get to that section.

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    williamwanzaiyi Répondre
    Mai 31, 2008 @ 7:16

    HiHi james !
    Fisrt , thanks for your AMAZING GUIDE !!! lol, if it wasn’t you , I would still be a lowbie

    Anyways, when I was searching the internet today, I found http://wow-powerlevelings.blogspot.com/2007_08_01_archive.html
    it copied your lvl 30-40 guide down about 3quarters of the page, I’m more then 100% certain, since I completed your 30-40 guide.
    Once again , thanks for your hard work !!

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      Juin 3, 2008 @ 14:43

      Hey, thanks a lot for theHey, thanks a lot for the heads up. We’ll take the necessary steps.

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    0ogeorgeo0 Répondre
    Juin 4, 2008 @ 22:49

    Hey James,

    I was justHey James,

    I was just wandering, do you think it would be better for me to level to 70 without this guide first so I get more of the storyline? Or should I play through the game using this guide, so I get to 70 faster?

    Thanks.

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      Juin 10, 2008 @ 17:37

      Well actually, my guideWell actually, my guide makes you do a truckload of quests, probably many more than if you were doing it on your own. So you’ll most likely get more of the storyline if you follow my guide 😉

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    Bloodrayneking Répondre
    Juin 7, 2008 @ 13:59

    Awesome :jawdrop: How on earth did you come up with these guides? They Rock! I have followed ’em from 36-55 after my mate told me. One of my friends was Level 36 when i started this guide and he is now 41, I’m 55. Thanks so much!
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      Juin 10, 2008 @ 17:38

      I’m a robot! That’s howI’m a robot! That’s how 😉

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    bubblesoo Répondre
    Juin 7, 2008 @ 17:16

    Hello just found thisHello just found this today,

    i am lvl 54 prot pala, how am i gonna latch onto the leveling guide?

    Should i abandon all of my quests and start in chapter 3 where it says lvl 54?

    Ty in advance

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      Juin 10, 2008 @ 17:42

      It depends. Have you doneIt depends. Have you done the first Un’goro Crater quests? Including the first two steps of the Linken quest line? (the one that starts at the wrecked raft in Ungoro).

      If you haven’t, start at the first Ungoro circuit in the level 51 section. If you have, then yes, just start at the beginning of a circuit close to level 54.

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        bubblesoo Répondre
        Juin 10, 2008 @ 21:32

        tykk good I aint started ungoro, tyvm will start asap on lvling and hopefully if I have time make some guides myself 🙂

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    Gnimoahz Répondre
    Juin 9, 2008 @ 17:18

    DilemaDear James, im really in a dilema. Im a level 32 hunter that’s really fortunate to come by your spectacular guide. However i seem to be unable to follow your guide properly sicne some quests recommended seems to have prerequisites that are mentioned in the earlier guide which i did not follow. What should i do? =(

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      Juin 10, 2008 @ 17:46

      Do not worry about it, justDo not worry about it, just skip the first Ashenvale circuit. Start at the point where the guide makes you travel to the Thousand Needles. If there’s any quests you can’t access because you lack prerequisited, just ignore them, you are already ahead of the guide in levels, so it’s not a problem if you skip a quest here and there.

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    Shirate Répondre
    Juin 9, 2008 @ 19:45

    Hey JameI noticed int the 50-60 guide you say that the stolen plans are behind 3 elites. When I did that part of the guide yesterday, there were only two mobs, and they were a 48 and a 50, which were easy to solo for a hunter.

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      Juin 10, 2008 @ 17:48

      Yes, it will be changed inYes, it will be changed in the revamped version, which I’m currently working on 🙂

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    Fearhappy Répondre
    Juin 13, 2008 @ 0:36

    Jame’s GuidesYour guides are amazing, they help more than anything I could imagine. I used the old ones to level my Warlock, now lvl 70 (4/5 Venge) and now Im using your guides to lvl my rouge who is 55 currently. I just wanted to say thanks a bunch for making these guides, and for keeping them free : P

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    Jebediah54 Répondre
    Juin 13, 2008 @ 9:10

    Mage?Which spec should a mage go for in this guide? I’m currently frost, but I can respec if you would recommend it, otherwise I’ll keep on frosting it up.

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      Juin 16, 2008 @ 18:28

      Keep frosting it up is myKeep frosting it up is my advice!

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    teharse Répondre
    Juin 17, 2008 @ 9:20

    great jobYour guides are brilliant
    I’ve used since level 40 and it’s got me to 70 without many problems.
    But now I understand you can quest for cash in outlands
    is there any chance you will be creating a guide for this?

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      Juin 18, 2008 @ 16:15

      Yes, it’s already planned.Yes, it’s already planned. Check the news articles on the home page for the release dates.

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    Pete Répondre
    Juin 18, 2008 @ 15:21

    Paladin LevelingWhile following your guide, what spec should a paladin go for leveling? I’ve heard that both Ret and Prot are good leveling specs, but I’m not sure which on to choose right now. Any suggestions?

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      Juin 18, 2008 @ 16:59

      I personally favorI personally favor retribution now. The tree got so much love in the past months it’s definitely great for leveling now.

      Prot is also very solid though. It’s up to personal preference I guess, I’m no paladin expert anyway, but I just know I leveled my paladin as ret and enjoyed it a lot.

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        Pete Répondre
        Juin 18, 2008 @ 19:50

        ProtWell, I ended up going prot for leveling after some friends convinced me, and it seems to be holding up better than I though it would have. In the Shimmering Flats circuit, I managed to take on about 3-5 mobs at a time, which greatly helped finishing all of the quests.

        I might try out ret to see how it fairs as well, but I’m guessing that it all comes down to the circumstances. When fighting a group of mobs all close together, prot is better, but if just fighting single mobs, ret would pull ahead in dps.

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    Marck Répondre
    Juin 19, 2008 @ 4:59

    should I skip ahead?Hi Jame

    Let me start off by saying that this guide is insanely fast. Thank you so much for devoting such a large amount of time to it.

    But the main issue at hand is, I’m a little ahead of the guide. I just hit 40 and I’m still doing quests for the 38-39 range, do you think I should skip ahead? I’m noticing many of these quests are green, and if this will affect my xp gain later on if I continue from where I am now?

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      Juin 26, 2008 @ 17:47

      My advice is to not skip, asMy advice is to not skip, as long as the quests are not grey. Skip instances and optional circuits when there are some.

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    shugotenshi7 Répondre
    Juin 21, 2008 @ 4:03

    A way to use the guide 😀 Hey Jame!
    I love your guides, but i always hated that in order to keep up with it you have to kill everything along the way. I like it much better to go to an instance or two so you level up once and then your set for 2-5 levels without haveing to kill everything 😀

    Thanks for the guides Jame!

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      Juin 26, 2008 @ 18:35

      Actually the “killActually the “kill everything on the way” rule has been removed as of patch 2.3. 😛

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    The_Second_Aki Répondre
    Juin 21, 2008 @ 16:27

    Warrior LevelingWarriors are usually tagged as harder to level from forums and the like, am i ok using this guide as a warrior? and if so what would be the best spec. Thanks in advance

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      Juin 26, 2008 @ 18:45

      To be honest with you, theTo be honest with you, the first class I ever played was warrior. It’s one of the harder classes to level, it’s true, mostly because it is very gear dependant. If you get decent armor and most importantly a good weapon, you should be fine. But even without that, warriors can follow this guide just fine.

      I personally like to find a big 2-Hander (preferably an axe, because I like to crit a lot! :p) and go for Mortal Strike as soon as possible, then go for the fury tree up until flurry 5/5. You should end up with a talent build kinda like this one:

      http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=LAM0dAioz0zZVV0i0xRV

      It’s purely for solo pve dps.

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    jackosa9821 Répondre
    Juin 21, 2008 @ 22:21

    outrunning guidewell ive been using this guide for nearly 5 lvls and i have been leveling to fast for it. i dont do anything you dont do but because most of your quests are slaying or collecting my drop rates make me kill more and ym rest exp makes me lvl faster then the guide. i am currently lvl 35 and 3/5 of the way to 36 and im still at the end of 34 before even handing in like 8 completed quests. what should i do? im worried to skipp to the lvl 35 or 36 section cause then ill miss on some pre quests.

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    jackosa9821 Répondre
    Juin 21, 2008 @ 22:32

    also im not sure if its justalso im not sure if its just me but you told us to take the continuation of martek the exiled. i reread that part 2 times and it never said to abandon it. then when you give us a list at boty bay of everything we should have martek the exiled is the only one tat isnt presant there. im wondering if i should abandon it. its the one where it tells me to deliver a quest item to martek at badlands.

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    Juin 22, 2008 @ 12:05

    Alliance leveling guide part 3 revampFirst of all I wanted to thank you and snowflake for these wonderful guides. Now to my question; the revamp for the alliance 50-60 have it been much delayed or just a couple of days since my hunter is standing and just waiting for the next part so I can see what new fun quests that have been added 😀

    Realy loved this guide and tell all my other guild members about it as soon they ask were to go level I just tell them to go here or use one of the places you tell us to go to at that level. Keep up the good work man!

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    Numbnuts2 Répondre
    Juin 22, 2008 @ 21:52

    HeyHey Jame!
    My computer recently broke (3 months ago!) and just today I ordered a new one. A few days ago i found this website and it really looked like quality work! Im a lvl 27 rogue, so i’ll immedietly start using this guide when im lvl 30. My friends are already lvl 50 and above! imagine their surprise when they see me gaining 5 lvls a day!

    Many thanks!
    -A user who hasn’t used your guide yet!

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    Juin 30, 2008 @ 2:03

    I use your guide a lot,I use your guide a lot, levelled 3 chars to 70 with it, but what I find slows me down is having to alt-tab to check where to go to next, are there any plans for a download add-on which shows waypoints for the guide?

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      Juil 1, 2008 @ 17:39

      No plan to make my guides anNo plan to make my guides an add-on. I recommend printing the guide, there’s a printer friendly version at the bottom of each guide.

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    blejs Répondre
    Juil 1, 2008 @ 13:11

    compared to boostingIf you compare following your xp guide, to say getting boost in SM to 40. (pala way), how you think it is then? My leech is atm lvl 29 and wondering if I should follow the guide or boost myself to atleast around 36 or so.

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      Juil 1, 2008 @ 17:40

      I wouldn’t know. I’ve neverI wouldn’t know. I’ve never been “boosted”. You’ll level quite fast with my guide and I’m sure it will be a lot more fun than getting powerleveled, trust me 😛

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        blejs Répondre
        Juil 3, 2008 @ 17:15

        Sorry for the spelling, ISorry for the spelling, I actually had fours errors on my english test once. I spelled you as U, what internet texting do to you 🙂

        Gonna try the guide again then as retri spec, even tho prot is appeling to try grind with.

        I level two chars so far using this guide, so tnx 🙂

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    shugotenshi7 Répondre
    Juil 6, 2008 @ 4:18

    QuestsHey Jame,
    I love your guides , but im useing your old guide on 50-60 and I am about 3 levels ahead of where I am suppose to be :D. I was wondering if I move onto the 60-65 guide without finishing the 50-60 guide completely will I miss out on some quest chains?

    Thanks for reading 😀

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      Juil 6, 2008 @ 10:54

      Nope you won’t miss anyNope you won’t miss any chains. None of the old world quests connect to Outland.

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    piikachu Répondre
    Juil 7, 2008 @ 0:12

    Race and classWhat race and class do you prefer? and profession, that suits this guide best. Execpt hunter!

    Thanks

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      Juil 7, 2008 @ 15:25

      Race doesn’t matter for theRace doesn’t matter for the guide.

      I personally loved to go through my guide with my feral druid twink, felt totally overpowered 😛

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    Phyre Répondre
    Juil 8, 2008 @ 0:39

    Rogue Lv53 where to start?i have a rogue lv 53 and was wondering where i should start the lving guide at im not too sure on if i should go to 50-60 one?

    p.s. your guide rocks and ive used it many times and have told lots of peeps about it to try to get them over here and use it thanks.

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      Juil 8, 2008 @ 1:13

      Just jump in the guide atJust jump in the guide at the beginning of a circuit close to your current level. Try to do the first Un’goro circuits and grab the linken quest line. Besides that, ignore the other quests you can’t get. After a while, you’ll be back on track, and those quests won’t matter anymore.

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    jaguar1247 Répondre
    Juil 8, 2008 @ 17:34

    where to starthey i have a 66 druid and i just went into Nagrand and picked up all the quests there, i’ve done the ones in hellfire, and tek forest, so i’ve moved on to Nagrand, what should i do to follow your guide? thanks man, i started a hunter with this yesterday and already im at 18 thanks man 🙂

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      Juil 8, 2008 @ 18:32

      Just follow the firstJust follow the first circuit in Nagrand (starts somewhere in the last chapter). If for some reason you can’t access a few quests because you don’t have the pre-reqs (there shouldn’t be many), just ignore it and keep following the guide. You’ll catch up eventually and those missing quests won’t matter at all.

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    blackfire Répondre
    Juil 10, 2008 @ 21:51

    erally wanna use guide but…Heya Jame,
    im a level 39 horde warlock and i wanna use your guide,i was thinking about starting it at 40 since thats prety close right now,however i have a tendancy to complete q’s way above my level,can i still start using your guide effectively?
    i have thought about going back in your guide so that the amount of q’s i have done in 40-50 are few,however i dont know which part to start and i worrie ill be behind by alot.

    please help me out,i love your guide and cant wait to try it again after the massive update ^^

    thanks

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    fenic Répondre
    Juil 14, 2008 @ 2:04

    Awesomeheya Jame would like to drop in to say that this guide is well written and helped my fury warrior level to 60 in 4 days 12 hrs /played (dinged about 10 minutes ago ^^)!

    Anyway, i have a small problem.. I started your guide at level 32 (although began from the level 30 section) and it never really caught up with me.. i dinged 60 off of the quest that ‘should make you hit level 58′! Should I skip right to the start of the 60-65 section? or is it still more viable to stay in azeroth ’till the end and be 1 or 2 levels ahead all through the outlands guides too?

    thanks again for the awesome guide
    -Fen

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      Juil 16, 2008 @ 17:06

      Imo it’s more viable toImo it’s more viable to finish the old world quests, at least up to the plaguelands circuits are done. Going to Outland being nearly 61 makes it much easier.

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    Juil 14, 2008 @ 7:03

    SM in the 30 – 40 guidefirst of all james great guide. finished it twice doing it on the 3rd time now as a hunter. i noticed you revamped your guide a fair bit and it is fantastic great lvling got from 34-40 in one night XD. i notice you said that instances are no longer forced and all that jazz. i see the you mention uldaman and ZF but not SM yet you make us pick up a quest for there so when do recommend us to finish off the sm quests?.

    other than that great guide. i was thinking slot the recommendation for sm when you finish 30 – 40 alliance chapter. just thought i would let you know that is all.

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    dark enterty Répondre
    Juil 14, 2008 @ 15:46

    Confused.Hey. Ive used your 30-40 leveling guide and i had just started chapter two when i stopped playing wow for about a month or two. When i returned i wanted to continue using your guides, so i wanted to pick up where i left off. But when i got on the guide had completely changed :S. I eventually got on track again, but when i got to level 41 part of the guide, i noticed that it goes to badlands, and im sure i have already did that in the guide before, and i looked ahead in the guide and i saw you also go back to stranglethorn vale and all the quests you talk about in badlands and stranglethorn vale i have done in your last guide :(. i know this is because the guide has changed but could you please tell me where i could start because the guide was really good and i wanna use it 🙂
    Thanks.

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    mshunts Répondre
    Juil 17, 2008 @ 22:47

    Winterspring New Guide 50-60Hi James,

    First of all, you rock! I would not love this game as much as I do if it wasn’t for you. I do have a question though… At lvl 56 in Starfall Village in Winterspring, you receive the quest.. Trouble Spirits of Kel’Theril. You collect all 4 of the Relic Fragments, then in your guide just below lvl 57 – you say to put them in the bank (all 4) that we won’t need them for a while. I can’t find in the rest of your guide when we are suppose to get them from the bank, and where to turn them in? Please help.. Again, thank you for all your hard work!! Your guide is the BEST!!

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      Juil 20, 2008 @ 0:11

      Ah, that’s because I haven’tAh, that’s because I haven’t been able to finish the revamped guide. It’s supposed to be in those optional circuits I will add soon.

      In the meantime, you can follow the old version of my guide, the plaguelands circuits are still 90% accurate, including the turn in of that quest (in the northern part of eastern plaguelands).

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    Cyondelian Répondre
    Juil 20, 2008 @ 15:38

    =-)Great guide………enough said

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    0ogeorgeo0 Répondre
    Juil 21, 2008 @ 2:09

    Hey Jame,
    Your guide rocks!!Hey Jame,
    Your guide rocks!! But I was just wandering would it be possible to use this guide in a group of 3?

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      Juil 21, 2008 @ 19:05

      Yes it’s possible, you willYes it’s possible, you will fall behind the guidd in levels a little if you play without rested bonus, but that can be easily fixed by running a few instances, which I definitely recommend if you play with two other people already, that’s almost a full group 😛

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    ariax Répondre
    Juil 22, 2008 @ 7:54

    Death Knights! Or just possibly 70+!Hey Jame, a huge fan of your guides.
    I’m just wondering, did you get into the open Beta?
    If so.. Are you already working on a Death Knight and possibly a 70+ guide for levelling?
    Spill the beans!
    Thanks.

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      Juil 22, 2008 @ 21:01

      Sadly I didn’t get a betaSadly I didn’t get a beta invite.

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    Hercene Répondre
    Juil 23, 2008 @ 0:10

    Hey thereHey I just signed up here on the advice of a friend who I has always been able to level his toons with unbelievable speed (or at least I thought so). Last night while I was talking to him on our guild’s vent he pst me with just the phrase “Jame’s Guide” then told me that if I googled it I would find how he does it. So while I haven’t used the guide myself, apparently the credit for his success goes to you! So keep up the good work, & I am looking forward to more efficient playing experience myself, thanks!

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    Shumway Répondre
    Juil 29, 2008 @ 7:39

    Jame’s Levelling Guides FTW!Hey I love your levelling guides. And really appreciate the work that you put into them. A few levels after 30 I started your guide, and not that the game wasn’t enjoyable before, it just gave things a whole lot of direction, especially for a first time WoWer. I’m now level 61 thanks to your guides! One question. How did you come up with them? Have you done every single quest and then you just wrote down and prioritized which ones were worth doing based on XP results, time taken etc? Thanks again!

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      Juil 29, 2008 @ 15:20

      I’ve leveled severalI’ve leveled several characters before I wrote the guides. I always took notes when I noticed that I could have done quests in a more efficient order.

      And then one day I just started to write the guide while leveling an alt. Thottbot and wowhead were of course helpful to make sure I didn’t miss any quests. There’s no better way to write a guide than actually leveling a character while going through each step. Well, at least that’s what I think and it’s how I do it 😉

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      Triggerfull Répondre
      Août 1, 2008 @ 22:35

      Stuck at 54Must say that this guide is great. Im at level 54 and stuck because i took up the guide a few levels ago and i had allready been to un goro, and i dont know where too pick up the guide. please shed some light.

      Thanks 😀

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    Maah Répondre
    Juil 29, 2008 @ 20:59

    AmazingYou’re nothing short of a genius! Your guides are really pedagogical and smart – they’ve changed my way of playing for good 🙂
    It’s a shame you didn’t get into the beta 🙁

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      Sep 8, 2008 @ 12:24

      Thank you, appreciate itThank you, appreciate it 🙂

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    xzalean Répondre
    Juil 30, 2008 @ 17:44

    Where should i startHey Jame, first i wanna Congradulate you on your guide. Second, i just recently found out about your guide. so im lvl 49 now and I started from your 40-50 leveling guide i think im around the lvl 44-45 range and i kinda wanna move on to the 50-60 guide but idk if i should because of the prerequisite quests that u get from the 40-50 guide and i think i might need them. Thought i’d ask you, cause who knows ur guide better than you. thnx.

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    darrylwllmsn Répondre
    Août 6, 2008 @ 16:02

    mounts at 30we can now get mounts at lvl 30

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    llampa Répondre
    Août 8, 2008 @ 11:24

    Thank You Jame!Hey Jame I just wanted to take a moment to thank you for putting together this wonderful guide! It’s amazing!
    I am a hardcore horde player and I’ve always wanted to level up an alliance character. However I was never good at leveling on Alliance (partly because I didn’t know where to go to quest) but this guide is helping me along fantastically! I’m following it step by step and I’m doing great! People are even whispering me asking me how I leveled so fast. For example, I was level 28 in a group for RFK with a 32 Hunter. Now I am level 35 and he is still level 33.

    Thank You Jame. My Moonkin will be level 70 in no time 🙂

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      Sep 8, 2008 @ 18:30

      Hey welcome, glad you findHey welcome, glad you find it helpful.

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    Bloodrayneking Répondre
    Août 17, 2008 @ 18:19

    Lvl 58…Hey Jame. Love Your Guide I Have Followed It Since 38 and I am Now 58. At 55 I Stopped Following On Advice Of My Mate And Then I Hit 57 In A Couple Of Hours (Not Patronizing You, Just I Picked Up Some High Exp Quests In Felwood). I Struggled to 58 and Now I Am In Outland. I Was Wondering, While I Am Going Against Your Guide By Going At 58 Would It Hurt To Follow Your 60-65 Guide At 58?

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      Sep 9, 2008 @ 10:47

      Yes, it might hurt

      I’veYes, it might hurt 😛

      I’ve explained in lenghts why it’s bad to go to Outland at 58, so I won’t do it again here. But just know that you probably have troubles, unless:

      – You do a lot of instances to catch up in levels
      – You grind
      – You have a lot of rested bonus

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        natari Répondre
        Sep 23, 2008 @ 12:02

        Outlands at 58Could you please provide me with a link to where you explain why it’s bad to go to Outland at 58? 🙂

        I ventured into Outland at 58 with my hunter, and was able to do quests non-stop in Hellfire Peninsula until I hit 62.

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          Sep 23, 2008 @ 22:18

          It is towards the end of theIt is towards the end of the 3rd chapter (50-60). In short, there are some circuits in the old world which provide as much xp/hour as in Outland, sometimes even more. Anyway, I’ll just quote it for you:

          [quote]So you are level 58 now. Many people ask if they should just go to Outland at level 58 and never go back to the old world. This is in my experience a mistake. As we’ve seen in this chapter, we’re already getting 10K+ Exp for certain quests already in Felwood and Winterspring. The Plaguelands circuits are just as good, it would be a shame to miss that. Not to mention, if you go to Outland at level 58, you won’t have access to all quests, there are some quests with a level 61+ requirement already in Hellfire Penninsula. So yes, that’s really not the most efficient way.
          [b]
          However what I recommend is:[/b]

          Go to Outland and do the first few quests to get some nice gear upgrades, unlock your tradeskills past 300 and get the flight path to Shattrath. Open up my [url=https://www.wow-pro.com/leveling_guides/james_alliance_leveling_guide_chapter_4]60-65 alliance guide[/url], follow the guide until step 7. when you arrive at the Temple of Telhamat, get the flight path (buy the first aid book if you wish), then ride to Shattrath (infos on how to do that are somewhere in the guide, use the search function to find it). Get the flight path in Shattrath, then take a portal back to Ironforge and get back to the guide 50-60 guide.[/quote]

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    Gudrue Répondre
    Août 20, 2008 @ 6:30

    Money guides.Hey James,

    First of all want to say thanks for the great guide, just got my second character to 70 following it. I was just wondering if there will be any guides for the rest of Netherstorm and for Shadowmoon Valley to help us get some gold for our epic flying mounts.

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    Lemons1337 Répondre
    Août 23, 2008 @ 16:56

    Great guideHey Jame,
    Just thought I’d say thanks for everything. Ive been using this guide since back in the day when leveling was actually difficult 😛 .

    And I also saw someone else ask about which proffessions would be good to compliment the guide, and I think its worth mentioning.
    Personally I would always choose 2 gathering proffessions, (Herb/Skin, Mine/Skin) because you’ll level so fast with the guide that you’ll need to make up money somehow to be able to afford your epic mount at 60.

    Thanks again Jame

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    latekzi Répondre
    Sep 9, 2008 @ 7:41

    Thank you jame!Hello!

    This guide is just awesome for people like me: I love to play WoW, but im just so slow at leveling sometimes, but with this guide im gaining levels fast, and having a lot of fun at the same time. I’ve leveled my main character to lvl 70 from lvl 34 with the old for of this guide, and now im working on with a priest through the new one. I’m so happy that you, Jame, have made this guide for everyone to read, for free! I really appreciate the work you have done making this guide. You are helping a lot of people with this, and we all – or at least what kind of comments ive seen – love it! I dont have the nerves to make something like this, thats for sure, and im happy that you had.

    in a nutshell: this guide is awesome and Jame, you are awesome! and i believe a lot people agree with me 🙂 THANK YOU JAME

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    Cristiano Répondre
    Sep 29, 2008 @ 4:36

    Thank you very much for thisThank you very much for this useful article and the comments. I love this site as it contains good materials. 😉

    Regards
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    Sohbet

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    Cooyah Répondre
    Oct 6, 2008 @ 20:14

    Fast LevelingThis is an awesome guide 🙂
    No point in saying thanks, seeing as you already get the point and so many people already have, but still – thanks!
    Also, I noticed that you DO level very quickly, because i started the guide and level thirty then stopped for a bit. I finally reached level forty-five, and I’ve found it so much easier to level, than when I had stopped the guide, and now I’m even ahead of the guide. Thank you!

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      Oct 6, 2008 @ 23:33

      You’re welcome, I alwaysYou’re welcome, I always appreciate feedback 🙂

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    Oct 6, 2008 @ 23:58

    :)Well your guides still the best I can find after trying a lot of them with my friend. Just got through last chapter with my third char and then realised: Why did I level this? And noted it was just because I wanted a hunter, because hunters don’t get killed by every class it meets. So now i’m dying to get my hands on your Northrend guides. Just one question (don’t have to anwser this if you dont want by any reason) Do I get to Kill Hemet Nesingvary? So incredibly sick of his go kill 30 of these and 30 of those and then come back here. }:)

    Guess the fastest leveling will be a month or two when the stream of players start to thin out. 😛 But noway i’m waiting want to be serverfirst to 80 so shut my self into my room for a week.

    You’re the leveling GOD man!!!!!!!

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

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      Oct 7, 2008 @ 11:52

      Hehe sorry, I’m not evenHehe sorry, I’m not even there with my leveling guides yet, so I’m not sure yet about Hemet Nesingwary 😛

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    Spukay Répondre
    Oct 7, 2008 @ 10:27

    30-70 About 2 weeks agoJust wanted to say thanks for this great guide. I followed it 30-70. I never once found myself falling behind i always was ahead of the guide =] Its awesome i envy your time for writing this. I was a first time alliance player following this guide made it easy to reach 70! I dinged with 11 days played time!! I wish I s/s >< haha. Im a mage by the way, 2 pieces away from full merc and got offhand / dagger yesterday 🙂 Also followed tip on farming gold for the epic flyer, on my way to doing so! Hope i get around 4k gold

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      Oct 7, 2008 @ 12:16

      Very happy to hear that notVery happy to hear that not only my leveling guide has helped you, but also other guides written by other wow-pro members 🙂

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        Kimmi Répondre
        Oct 9, 2008 @ 23:15

        the emerald dreamhopefully when they release the emerald dream, the druids there will be so annoyed at Hemet for getting people to kill hundreds of animals that we get to kill him 😀

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      Claude Répondre
      Oct 13, 2008 @ 20:09

      Level 1-70Hello, I just wanted to know from someone who has used Jame’s guid to lvl to 70.I would just like to know wile using his guide, how long it took to get to lvl 70 in real life and in-game,thanks !

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        Oct 14, 2008 @ 10:46

        It generally takes me aboutIt generally takes me about 8 days /played from 1-70 when following my guides, without any rested xp bonus.

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          Claude Répondre
          Oct 14, 2008 @ 17:37

          GrindingAh,okay thanks for reply! Also, I will be leveling a rogue,and some people told me that grinding would be fastest to lvl a rogue. Is this true? Because to be honest i don’t mind grinding I just want to lvl it as fast as possible, without having to go and buy lvling guides, so would like some advice and possibly replies form people who have grinded to 60 or possibly 70 (im not planning to grind 60-70)Thanks in Advance.. PS. Very good guide jame! =)

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            Oct 14, 2008 @ 19:16

            Grinding is faster thanGrinding is faster than questing IF you’re totally clueless about questing. If you follow my guide, I guarantee you you’ll level faster than with grinding, but I also guarantee you that you’ll get a lot more gold, rep, items and more importantly, you won’t be bored out of your mind!

            It’s quite simple, my guide makes you do quests in such an optimized order that you don’t have to run around much, and in the end you’re almost always killing stuff as if you were grinding, besides you’re also completing a bunch of quests while doing it!

            No need to buy leveling guides, my guide is better than those other guides you have to pay for, it has been tested and proved many many times by hundreds of players over the past 3 years 😛

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    Kvappe Répondre
    Oct 15, 2008 @ 1:46

    Level 70-80?Will there be a guide for 70-80 someday? i followed the alliance guide from 30-70 on 6 chars now, and found them wonderfull fast and easy, was just wondering if there will be a new fast leveling guide from Jame’s =)

    Kvappe

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      Oct 15, 2008 @ 9:56

      Boo hoo hoo… It seemsBoo hoo hoo… It seems that nobody ever reads our news page 🙁

      Anyway, here is the link to all the infos I’ve released about my Wotlk guides:

      [url=https://www.wow-pro.com/node/1743]Release Dates[/url]

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      Claude Répondre
      Oct 15, 2008 @ 17:43

      LolLol,okay thanks, seems i won’t be grinding then! Oh and another thing, anyone knows if bliz will increase the amount xp gained from quests and mobs for 30+ once more if WoTLK is out?

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        Oct 15, 2008 @ 18:16

        They don’t have plans toThey don’t have plans to reduce the XP curves for level 30-60. But they are reducing the XP curve from 60-70, with today’s patch.

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    spacelord Répondre
    Oct 16, 2008 @ 5:29

    Jame rulesI used Jame’s guide for getting my Priest to 70 in about 10 days played time. I plan on using it for my Rogue that just dinged 30 as well as levelling in Northrend. It’s the best guide available. Thanks Jame!

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      Oct 16, 2008 @ 10:33

      Thank you, looking forwardThank you, looking forward to hear your feedback on my wotlk guides 🙂

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      Claude Répondre
      Oct 16, 2008 @ 17:39

      Silly questionSilly question but does addons take extra cap? Thanks again..:P Good the hear 60-70 will be faster,how long do you think 70-80 will take? :jawdrop:

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        Oct 16, 2008 @ 17:44

        I’m sorry but I’m not sure II’m sorry but I’m not sure I understand the question about the addons, could you reformulate that? 😛

        About the /played needed from 70-80, I’d say in between 4 and 5 days from 70 to 80. Without rested XP bonus that is. It’s hard to say for now though, I’m not there yet 😛

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          Claude Répondre
          Oct 17, 2008 @ 18:06

          Im not sure I understandIm not sure I understand that you don’t understand =) uhm… like when you play wile you have addons up,does it take extra cap? :p for instance,say you use 100mb in 1day’s playtime of wow,and this time i used addons,and it takes like 120mb a day, is it like this?

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            Oct 17, 2008 @ 19:54

            What kind of cap are weWhat kind of cap are we talking about? Does your internet provider has a cap on how much bandwidth you can use every month?

            If yes, the answer is: it depends. Some addons add a lot of data transfer (DPS meters for example). On the other hand, cartographer and fubar don’t add much, it’s insignificant.

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    Oct 20, 2008 @ 2:00

    Hey jame, love your guides.Hey jame, love your guides. I have a little tip though they may/ may not help. I started using your guide at level 40 for my palladin, so obviously I had to get the chain quests from the beginning, which I am not complaining about, but it took forever to find. Maybe you could, at the beginning of your guides, list what quests are chained and where to start them, it would save some people a lot of time. Again, love your guides.

    Name… Hordius & Diazar
    Server… Smolderthorn
    Faction… Alliance

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      Oct 20, 2008 @ 8:41

      Yes, it’s definitelyYes, it’s definitely something I’ll try to implement in the future. Thank you for your feedback 🙂

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        Nov 12, 2008 @ 2:28

        50-60In the comment section of the 50-60 guide I wrote the pre quests to the starting quests in that chapter because i was bored and Blizzard is stupid for doing a 12 hour maintence on a national U.S. holiday.

        Name… Hordius & Diazar
        Server… Smolderthorn
        Faction… Alliance

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    gnock Répondre
    Oct 23, 2008 @ 20:08

    Gr8 guide, completlyGr8 guide, completly outstanding.

    1 Comment tho 😛 :

    After you dinged 47 you tell warlocks to go ti IF by go auberdine-menthil-IF. In the new patch you can actually take the boat from auberdine straight to stormwind harbour! And i think that benefits most if not all classes that cannot train in darnassus.

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    deadlyspeed Répondre
    Oct 29, 2008 @ 2:37

    sweeti used this guide from 62-70 when i was leveling… it was awesome

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    Droomur Répondre
    Nov 3, 2008 @ 5:54

    Hmmm..Hey James,
    I was just wondering, is there going to be a guide(s) up to level 80? i only see 70-75.
    If you are, that will be awesome. 😀

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      Nov 3, 2008 @ 10:00

      Yes of course there will be,Yes of course there will be, it’s just that I haven’t finished those guides yet, so not sure about the release date.

      My aim is to have all leveling guides finished up to level 80, before the end of the month of november, but that will be difficult :p

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      Dalkullan Répondre
      Nov 4, 2008 @ 20:18

      Hi there.I just found out about your guides and this site. And its looking great so far 🙂 . Anyhow I was just wondering is there any form of subscription or anything alike that I need to be aware of, or are these proper guides actually free?! cause that’d be awsome.

      Just about to enter Mana Tombs as im writing this so I think thats about it for now 😀

      I’ll stick around.

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        Nov 4, 2008 @ 22:16

        Yes, it’s 100% free, noYes, it’s 100% free, no gimmicks :p

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    Anastotte Répondre
    Nov 7, 2008 @ 18:58

    fantastic guideJame,

    First, let me congratulate you on yet another incredible guide. I have 2 lvl 70’s and I used your guide in both cases and I recommended your guide to my guide as a reference to level other toons they may have. It is amazingly well organized and entertaining. I think your objective of creating a guide that is easy to use and doesn’t miss lore / areas / content and is soloable was nailed.

    Ok that was the gushing praise part…now the problem. I am leveling very quickly – perhaps too quickly. I am currently lvl 41 but i have only made it too the level 36-37 area of the guide. Can I ask for one favor?

    Can you create a list of the quests you should have as you start a new chapter? In my case, it would be those that you should have as you enter chapter 2 (40-50). I think I need to skip all the remaining quests from 37 – 40 and start at Chapter 2.

    Given the efficiency of your guide, this might be a good thing to add to all new chapters. Not to say your guide isn’t perfect. 🙂

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      Nov 7, 2008 @ 21:00

      Aye, it’s something I’mAye, it’s something I’m planning to do, just no time at the moment to deal with the old guides 🙂

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    sparks Répondre
    Nov 7, 2008 @ 19:59

    awesomethis is a fantastic guide.

    how long should this take for the average person?

    in your guide
    6. Ride southeast to Death’s Stand (82,47). Turn in [72] The Son of Karkut, get [72] Surrounded!
    is 2 and 3 reversed on the map ?

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      Nov 7, 2008 @ 20:59

      Hmm, no, not reversed

      TheHmm, no, not reversed 🙂

      The average person should make a level every 4 or 5 hours from 70 to 80 while following my guides.

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    Nov 9, 2008 @ 16:46

    Alliance PVP serverI’m writing this comment in consideration of others who haven’t read the guides before.
    When you start off as an alliance at lvl 30, you should be prepared to get ganked alot until, lets say lvl 34-35. If you play on a pvp server where the opposite faction actually is alot higher, try start the guide of at lvl 34-35 and start after the Stranglethorn Vale circuit. If you don’t you will probably end up doing some runs in Scarlet Monastery anyway. If you play on a well balanced pvp server or a pvp server where you’re faction is overpowering the other, don’t mind this comment. This goes for all none pvp servers aswell.

    Sorry if you get offended by this comment Jame, but it’s nothing against the guide itself, just a little help from a player who dealt with this himself.

    70 Feral druid
    42 Arms Warrior
    34 Retri Palla
    Server: Magtheridon

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      Nov 9, 2008 @ 23:41

      Not offended at all, I knowNot offended at all, I know STV is hell on PvP servers, so any tips are welcome 🙂

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        danhass Répondre
        Nov 28, 2008 @ 16:57

        My levelling on PvP server strategy…Simply, I don’t do it. It is just too frustrating dealing with the ganking. If I’m leveling a character, I’ll level him on a PvE server and then transfer the toon to the desired PvP server once I’ve reached the target level. For my twinks, I don’t do the transfer until I’ve geared them as well.

        Of course, the cost of the transfer is not really important to me, and not dealing with the frustration of gankers is worth every cent (to me).

        Which reminds me, I need to donate to Jame’s…

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          Haha, that’s an interestingHaha, that’s an interesting approach.

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    Vileclaw Répondre
    Nov 10, 2008 @ 2:53

    You are AwesomeI had started several alts (4 to 5) and could never get them above level 40. Thanks to this guide I probably cut several months of my time to experience the end game.

    You are a hero for eliminating the worst part of WOW (Leveling) and leaving out the Grind of the game.

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    saidan301 Répondre
    Nov 12, 2008 @ 13:13

    This Guide Rocksive used this guide since lvl 30 and it has been very helpfull I recommend it to all my friends. Totally rules.

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    hozz1235 Répondre
    Nov 12, 2008 @ 15:52

    You rock Jame!You’re a legend man. I’ve used all your guides. I’ve even purchased a “levelling guide” at one point that didn’t even compare to yours. Do you accept PayPal donations?

    Oh, I was reading comments from other users as well – great to see all the compliments, you deserve ’em! I was a little amused by some of the requests some had for changes to your guides. It appears most of them would not benefit the “other 97%” of users so may not be worth your time. I think the guides are “just right” for their intended audience.

    Looking forward to trying out the new 70+ guides in Northrend! They do seem more…brief. Lots of “get quest, turn in quest”. Did you find the quests more straightforward in Northrend so you didn’t need as much detail in the guide? Just curious. As far as I’m concerned, the less verbose, the better! 😛

    Keep up the great work!

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    Cynyde Répondre
    Nov 14, 2008 @ 18:07

    More!Would love for the next section after Dragonblight! Hope it comes soon! These are just awesome!

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    Mikio Répondre
    Nov 15, 2008 @ 3:31

    I would like to say thankyouI would like to say thankyou for this guide. I have leveled 3 Level 70’s following this guide (soon to be 4 with the DK) and owe it to this guide, following this made things so easy and fast.

    Thanks a Mil.

    Mikio
    Mikoi
    Nathrial
    Opii
    Mykoi

    Nagrand Server

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    Shirate Répondre
    Nov 16, 2008 @ 20:22

    Quarry QuestsIn the coldrock quarry section of the guide, you say that the elder has all of the quests. I didn’t go to NR in the beta, but it might have changed because reclaiming the quarry, and hampering their escape are both given from Etaruk at 54,36. Thought I’d point it out 🙂

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    coldbear Répondre
    Nov 17, 2008 @ 21:14

    Great work. Would love toGreat work. Would love to see a small picture with the waypoints kind of too the side of the steps so you don’t have to scroll up all the time.

    Would also love to see hyperlinked quests.

    http://www.warcraftmovies.com/pv.php?l=parl2001

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    starpaw Répondre
    Nov 18, 2008 @ 16:30

    Awesome guide. I did find anAwesome guide. I did find an issue with Howling Fjord, at Steal Gate.
    Quest: I have an airplane.
    This quest now places you pvp flagged. Horde also now camp this quest. You also, at least currently on Zangarmarsh, cannot loot the baggies. I’ve had multiple friends test it and none of the bags work.

    Otherwise, thanks for the awesome guide!
    -Star

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      Nov 19, 2008 @ 14:45

      Quest?I couldn’t find I have an airplane, but if you mean “I’ve got a Flying Machine!” (http://www.wowhead.com/?quest=11390) – that’s bugged. Maybe blizz will fix it at the maintence, but for now, that quest is bugged 🙁 (Confirmed by GM i asked)

      – Magekíd

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      Blubzor Répondre
      Nov 21, 2008 @ 2:21

      There is no Quest named “I have an Airplane”But maybe you was talking about “I’ve got an Flying Machine”.

      And Yes, It has been confirmed that the quest is not Working as intended. According to Some WoWhead users its when you look around with your mouse it bugs out, It works if you use your Arrowkeys to steer and Spacebar to fly upwards and X to fly downwards.

      Some of the bags are bugged, too. But there is one bag that you can get. It’s along the wall on the south side of the site. You should be able to pick it up.

      But some people can complete this quest, There is a Topic about it in the Beta forum, You can look at it [url=http://forums.worldofwarcraft.com/thread.html;jsessionid=52C9DCBD66BDA72669D8F5C5C94B9576.app05_07?topicId=8401790102&sid=2000]here[/url]

      Also, when you finish this quest, it will be come a daily quest, that you can repeat every day.

      [Color=green][b]Fun fact[/b][/color]
      This quest is a reference to an old game by blizzard, Warcraft 2. It was so that when you finished building a Gnomish Flying Machine, You’d here a gnome shouting “I’ve got a Flying Machine”. If you played Warcraft 2 you’d remember it 🙂

      I hope this could help you abit.

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    tommx Répondre
    Nov 20, 2008 @ 22:06

    As advertisedI’ve been using this leveling guide for my current character, and am very pleased with the results. If anything, I’m finding that I level well before completing a circuit given for the level even if I am following the guide to the letter. I’d say this is a strong selling point for the guide.

    Many thanks.

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    Nov 21, 2008 @ 20:28

    I’ve never really felt theI’ve never really felt the need to post something. Everyone who has commented before me has pretty much said it to a point where it goes without saying. Your guides are awesome and the fact you release them for free has surely made you popular with a large portion of the wow community. I know i recommend your guides to anyone who asks. Although i haven’t done it sometimes I just feel like having a macro steadily spamming the general channel with the URL for your guides. Seriously the amount of people who spam general with “OMG where is ‘insert quest mob\'” is rediculous. But anyway i felt like i needed to sign up and thankyou personally for all the hard work you’ve put in. I hit server first dwarf and missed server first paladin by an hour 90% because the other paladin didn’t sleep in days :P…but i was able to hit server first dwarf solely because of this guide so to reiterate. Thankyou for your guide and I can’t wait for the rest of it to come out. I felt lost without it after 76!

    Levathian
    Level 80 Dwarf Paladin

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      Nov 24, 2008 @ 9:22

      Thank you, I’m really happyThank you, I’m really happy to hear that 😉

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    Sixappeal Répondre
    Nov 22, 2008 @ 4:32

    75+Hey Jame, thanks for all the work your putting into these guides. I’ve managed to power away from some of my friends that play as much as twice the time as me using them.

    Just wondering when we can expect the rest of your guides to be uploaded.

    Thanks again

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      Nov 23, 2008 @ 9:42

      There isn’t an ETA yet onThere isn’t an ETA yet on the other guides, Jame will write it down in the release notes if there is.

      You’ll just have to wait and check the release notes once in a while :p

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    starpaw Répondre
    Nov 22, 2008 @ 7:02

    I have a flying machineAck. forgive me, I had the flu when I made that post. *laugh* My apologies, the quest is buggedy still, and while I can pick up the bags now, I cant turn them in -laugh-
    -Star

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      manabreak Répondre
      Nov 23, 2008 @ 19:33

      I Got a Flying MachineIn EU Alonsus, the quest is working now. Check if your dropping the bag on the marked location by the quest giver

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    aidacra Répondre
    Nov 28, 2008 @ 14:05

    Hello James,

    AbsolutelyHello James,

    Absolutely fabulous guide! This renewed my interest in WoW again.

    I have a Mage just level 36. Where should I start with your new guide? I will not have all the described quests already.

    Oh and off-topic: can you advise me a talent tree for a frost mage?

    Thanks and keep up the good work!

    Aidacra

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      Nov 29, 2008 @ 0:07

      Just jump in the guide atJust jump in the guide at the beginning of a circuit close to your current level, and ignore the quests you can’t get. It might be a little slower at the start, but after a while, you’ll be back on track, and those quests won’t matter anymore.

      Frost Talent Spec:

      At level 37: [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=oZZAcccocu0c]0/0/28[/url]
      At level 70: [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=oZZAIcIscu0fdgfot]0/0/61[/url]
      At level 80: [url=http://www.wowhead.com/?talent=oZfZAIcIsfu0fdgfst]0/5/66[/url]

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    pl4yer1 Répondre
    Nov 29, 2008 @ 2:33

    What a Fab guide!!! Jame,
    A great job!! :jawdrop:

    I have just turned 76 all thanks to you, I am currently working through the quests in Dragonblight and was wondering when an up date and follow on guild might be published? As I can see myself aimlessly wandering the Frozen wastes grinding my way to 80 which will not be a pretty site 🙂

    Thanks so much for all the hard work you have put in so far 😉

    Best Regards

    Pl4yer1

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    Lastar Répondre
    Nov 29, 2008 @ 8:11

    Wow!Wow Jame!
    The ammount of effort you put into this guide must’ve been copious to come out with such a great masterpiece. I would just like to say than you for the time and effort you put into these guides (The effort really does show). You can give yourself a pat on the back for this one Jame 🙂

    -Lastar

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      Déc 2, 2008 @ 10:57

      It indeed has been a lot ofIt indeed has been a lot of hours 😉 But I’m proud of the result.

      If you want to return the favor, please [url=https://www.wow-pro.com/contribute]spread the word[/url], that’s all I ask 😉

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    rwn50 Répondre
    Déc 2, 2008 @ 20:05

    guidewhen do you think you will br adding another chapter of your guide i am now 76 and do not want to mess up the awesome guide you put forth by doing parts of many differant levels and then having to back track because i have done segments already THANKS

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      Déc 4, 2008 @ 1:00

      Go to the front page. LookGo to the front page. Look for the “Release Dates” post, it’s stickied.

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    defekt64 Répondre
    Déc 2, 2008 @ 20:40

    Thanks a bunchI’ve been using your guides for over a year now and just wanted to let you know how helpful they’ve been! I was dreading leveling my DK through Outlands, but with the guides I blew through BC in less than a week and am now 76 with the majority of Northrend to work through (I took your advice to stay in Outlands as long as possible, I even went back and did half of 75 in Netherstorm) and I’ll be 80 in no time.
    Whenever someone asks where something is, I just tell them to google your guide. People have actually thought I am trying to sell them something or scam them because of how good I say it is.. Whatever 😛

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      Déc 4, 2008 @ 1:06

      Hehe, thank you very muchHehe, thank you very much for spreading the word. It’s sad that people always think there’s some evil plot behind something, just because it’s free.

      I guess nowadays people really have a hard time believeing that something can be free and good at the same time 😛

      Anyway, thank you for spreading the word, I really appreciate that. Keep it up!

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    Miralen Répondre
    Déc 3, 2008 @ 16:49

    Awesome guide! Been using itAwesome guide! Been using it since my first character hit 30 and I’ve been hooked ever since.

    I’m a little anxious to see the rest of the WotLK guide though. I leveled from 76-77 in Grizzly Hills on my own and the questing felt messy and scattered. Pretty sure I missed a bunch of quests too.

    Could you release them as you go? Maybe if you have the next zone all written out, you could put that up while you continue to work on the rest. 😛

    Great work!

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    Zagaan Répondre
    Déc 6, 2008 @ 2:01

    Little tipAt level 68 its worth heading into Borean Tundra for 5 minutes to do the quest “The Siege” (Alliance side, not sure Horde’s version) http://thottbot.com/q11797 for spending 5 minutes I was able to get a really nice weapon upgrade for my deathknight, making the last 2 levels in BC that much easier.

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    kotka Répondre
    Déc 6, 2008 @ 23:51

    Thanks For Your Guides!I wrote you a private message to thank you and also ask you for some advice for dk specs! I hope when you have some time you ll respond me. Any way thanks a lot for your guides,now i m 70 with my dk and i hope i ll be 80 soon!

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      Déc 8, 2008 @ 0:07

      For more infos on DKs, checkFor more infos on DKs, check out my blog and read the posts labelled “Death Knight”.

      http://jamewowpro.blogspot.com/search/label/Death%20Knight

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        kotka Répondre
        Déc 8, 2008 @ 22:08

        Yeah i’m already using thoseYeah i’m already using those for pve 😛 but would you do some specs for pvp?

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    Munchiefest Répondre
    Déc 8, 2008 @ 3:00

    Guide 77-80When do you think you will Release that guide? Hopefuly it will be soon. 😉 Just dont kill yourself staying up all night doing them. 😛
    Thanks for the guides there lots of fun 🙂 .

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    marzouki Répondre
    Déc 14, 2008 @ 6:32

    Starting To Use This GuideHey Jame And WoW Pro Users 😀 . I’m Wanting To Start To Use This Guide At Level 64, To Speed Up On My Way To 80 Because I’m A Very Slow Leveler 🙁 . I Have All Addons Needed But I Don’t Know Where To Start On The Guide 😕 . Any Tips Would Help.

    -Tasson Level 64 Blood Death Knight

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    Inexistent Répondre
    Déc 15, 2008 @ 12:50

    Best GuideHey Jame I just wanted to say best guide I have seen, keep up the good effort.

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    Déc 16, 2008 @ 16:59

    Amazing! :jawdrop:

    Jame, just wanted to say thank you for the guides. They have been a savior to me and my wife for helping us catch up to our guildies. I recommend all your guildes to our members. If we ever get the guild website rolling, I will link your guides to it.

    So from a pair of casual WoW addicts, we say thank you so much.

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    Seorth Répondre
    Déc 18, 2008 @ 12:14

    hi jame!i absolutely love your guides but i have one small question. ive just turned lvl 70 on my gnome warlock midway through nagrand due to instances boosting my xp alot but i dont know whether to drop outlands and go straight to northrend or stay in outland and clean up

    i know you probably get these types of questions 100 times a day but i just thought i’d ask your honest opinion!

    tyvm!
    Seorth

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      Déc 18, 2008 @ 16:31

      I would suggest continuingI would suggest continuing with the Outland guide. At least until you hit 71-72. Being ahead of the curve in Northrend is great since quests are just more efficient and easier to do. Plus, as an added bonus for people on pvp servers, being ahead on levels usually means you are slightly ahead of people you are questing around. That rogue might be slightly less likely to attack you if you are 2-3 levels above him than if you were equal.

      Plus, once you hit 80 you’ll have a lot more quests to do for gold. I’ve only made about 2k gold going from 70-77 so I know I’ll need to do a lot more quests once I’m 80 so I can buy my flying epic mount.

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        Déc 18, 2008 @ 21:49

        What he said

        Here’s a blogWhat he said 😉

        Here’s a blog post on the topic:

        http://jamewowpro.blogspot.com/2008/11/fun-and-easy-way-to-make-gold.html

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    Sasq Répondre
    Déc 19, 2008 @ 17:41

    Alliance 70-80Hey Jame, started using your leveling guide just a couple of days ago and am up to 73 now after just the 70-72 part of your guide (granted I visited some instances etc.) I just bought the expansion recently and well, I should be 77-78 in just a matter of days but do you have any estimated time for the 77-80 part of the Alliance Guide? All the more ‘pretty’ races are in the Alliance so that should be on priority number one 😉

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    Sithishade Répondre
    Déc 21, 2008 @ 17:06

    An IdeaHello, Jame! I read your guide quite a bit, and I have a suggestion for you. Sorry if it’s already been suggested.

    At the beginning of each level in your leveling guides, do you think it would be possible to list the quests you should have, where to find them, and any other pertinent information regarding the section to come? I believe that this would be a great addition, as I have just recently started up the guide, and I’ve been trying to figure out where to start and work it out.

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      Déc 22, 2008 @ 0:35

      I’ll do that in my nextI’ll do that in my next revamp 🙂

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    Cbec Répondre
    Déc 22, 2008 @ 6:43

    Add onJame i love your guides but i have a small problem you say to get the addon Bartender4 and it is downloaded and all but can’t figure out how to use

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      Déc 22, 2008 @ 9:55

      You don’t HAVE to use it.You don’t HAVE to use it. It’s 100% optional. It just replaces your default blizzard action bars with better, more customizable ones.

      To configure it, you have to type /bar in-game, and then from there just try around until you become familiar with the addon. It’s really not complicated.

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        Déc 22, 2008 @ 18:43

        An alternative to bartenderAn alternative to bartender that I use is Dominos, I personally find it easier to configure but it’s really up to your own style and preference.

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          Duceontheloose Répondre
          Jan 7, 2009 @ 19:13

          DominosI also use Dominos and find it a very effective…non memory hog…bar tool.

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    ikill0110 Répondre
    Déc 22, 2008 @ 23:47

    LostGah. Great guide Jame but I ain’t played in like 8 months and I started and lvl to 61 with your guide. and now after those months, I’ve lost my place lol. need a virtual bookmark. I’ll just have to see what quests I have and stuff when I logg back on. Great guide Tho

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    Cbec Répondre
    Jan 3, 2009 @ 22:41

    Guides Hey Jame ur guides are awsome i hope u come out with the new one soon because i am stuck in Grizzly hills only doing dailys because im scared i will mess up the future guides if i move on in questing

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    derrickjac Répondre
    Jan 6, 2009 @ 11:31

    KudosJame just wanted to drop yet another kudos into the massive pile. This guide has helped me SOOOO MUCH! You’re awesome.

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    Deagin Répondre
    Jan 8, 2009 @ 1:42

    Guide release ETA?Hey Jame, I am having the exact same problem as Cbec, because just like him, I don’t want to mess up future guides if I go into Zul’Drak on my own. So just wondering when the 77-? guide is coming out for Alliance.

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      Jan 8, 2009 @ 2:21

      I think he said somewhereI think he said somewhere that he tries to finish one of them before Jan 15th… correct me if I’m wrong.

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        Jan 8, 2009 @ 3:02

        I also read thatI also read that somewhere.

        Keep in mind that you can use addons such as Questhelper or Carbonite while you wait. They aren’t as good as Jame’s guides, but if you want to keep moving they are an option.

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          Rilandune Répondre
          Jan 10, 2009 @ 4:13

          Carbonite is an excellentCarbonite is an excellent addition to Jame’s fantastic guides, I use it myself. It’s a helpful tool for plotting out movement and quest areas.

          Just want to give Jame more praise for his amazing work, I couldn’t possibly have hit the level I have (currently 74 with literally the WORST schedule possible) without his help. Thanks again Jame!

          Rilandune
          Night Elf Rogue
          Emerald Dream

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    HuHEN Répondre
    Jan 8, 2009 @ 16:10

    Thanks so much.For keeping this guide free. You could easily charge 40 dollars for this and people would buy it like they do that Brian Kopp shit but yours is so much better(I downloaded it to see what it was like, I didn’t buy it.) Just wanted to say you rock.

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    Nightkin Répondre
    Jan 8, 2009 @ 21:26

    Thanks 🙂 Just wana say tnx for this guide has got 3 of my chars to 70 and now taking them beyound :p
    got all my m8’s on it to now hehehehe this guide is number 1 ceep up the good work its much apprciated from this once apon a time slow lvler 😀

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    lmbrowneyez Répondre
    Jan 10, 2009 @ 4:31

    New Alliance Guide 78 -80Hi Jame

    Love your Guides.. Please Hurry with the next one. I am almost done with Grizzly Hills.. They have been a great help to me on my leveling adventure. 😀

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    blindandstoopid Répondre
    Jan 14, 2009 @ 3:32

    Another Thankyou PostHey Jame, just like to pass on my thanks to you, for these wonderful guides, my DK is currently in Grizzly Hills doing the 9 daily quests for XP whilst waiting for the next section of the guide but i’d just like to add that i think you should get it done in your time, all these people want you to hurry up, but i’d prefer a guide of the same great quality to one thats been released prematurely,

    Just my 2c

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    Shambulence Répondre
    Jan 15, 2009 @ 18:32

    Hey Jame! AmazingHey Jame! Amazing guides..keep up the good work!

    Today’s January 15th..where’s that Zul’Drak Guide? 😛

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      Jan 15, 2009 @ 19:50

      It’s gonna be delayed,It’s gonna be delayed, sorry, way too much stuff going on right now with the addons and adding new features to the site :/

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    slayer41 Répondre
    Jan 16, 2009 @ 18:56

    One quick questionWhat do you recommend I do if I am a few levels ahead of a part in the guide. I’m level 54 but i just started the level 52 section of your Alliance guide.

    Thanks

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      Jan 17, 2009 @ 2:41

      That’s great!

      Keep onThat’s great!

      Keep on leveling and don’t skip anything. Being ahead is a very good thing.

      ~00ZER00

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        tiberiu Répondre
        Mar 25, 2009 @ 11:18

        addictionBeing ahead is good until you grow an addiction and forget the fact that you are a human and humans need to eat:))) I have retired because of this problem.
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    Gorsh Répondre
    Jan 18, 2009 @ 12:34

    Actually on a not-new serverActually on a not-new server you might just as well check the AH. There you should be able to aquire a weapon of similar DPS whenever you want to, without ever travelling into borean tundra. (at least i found loads of 108 dps weapons for all 2hand types for ~20-30g each (even my bags were more expensive 😉 ).
    And it should get you through till “Last rites”, where you get your weapon of choice till lvl 75 (Zul’Drak Arena Q).

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    collarfull Répondre
    Jan 18, 2009 @ 21:41

    Really superYou know what would be SOOO super amazing if at the bottom of each level guide section, ESPECIALLY the 1-21 guides, if there was just a list of all the quests completed in that section and a list of those that need to be in the log, so those of us who aren’t starting at lvl “0” can know if they’ve got everything they need to jump into the middle of a guide. Can’t wait to get started on your guides they look AMAZING! 😀 oh and i will probably end up crediting you to loss of even more of my life.

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      Jan 18, 2009 @ 22:30

      That’s a nice idea, I’llThat’s a nice idea, I’ll keep it in mind 🙂

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    brida Répondre
    Jan 21, 2009 @ 16:57

    Your great guides Hiya Jame! I just wanted to say what amazing guides you have 🙂
    I’ve been using them for my main which I leveled from 30-77 using your guides.
    leveling in the troll city now, lost without your guide. Your guides are of such good quality when other guides are trash and cost £20+. Thanks for helping my lost self though world of warcraft 🙂

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    multip Répondre
    Jan 22, 2009 @ 3:04

    Great guidesThese guides are great, thanks a ton for making them. I leveled my main without using a guide, but I am using yours for my alts, and they’re way faster. Thanks for making them free too.

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    Annii Répondre
    Jan 22, 2009 @ 9:05

    Am I doing something wrong?Hi

    I have just logged on to wow pro and I can’t seem to access any of Jame’s guides!

    Anyone else having this problem or is it just me?

    Annii

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      Jan 22, 2009 @ 17:45

      Was just doing some work onWas just doing some work on the site, it should be back to normal now. Please confirm that you can access the guides now 🙂

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        thundermain Répondre
        Jan 23, 2009 @ 0:33

        no luckno luck yet jame, still not seeing them.. btw iv used these guides before and i thank you very much, your great 😀

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    jtmoney Répondre
    Jan 26, 2009 @ 14:13

    icecrown?first of all, let me say your guides are as necessary as auctioneer for this player, and i cant imagine playing without them.

    but if ever there was a back-and-forth-retrace your-steps-constantly type place that needed your expert efficiency skills, it would be icecrown. any chances of us seeing a guide for there? i know you didnt get into the final areas of outland much, so should we expect the same in northrend? are we doomed to 1-2 quest turn ins forever?

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    Sharkins Répondre
    Jan 29, 2009 @ 4:33

    HEyHey James you have a great thing going with these guieds and gratz on the new addon……i only have one problem, i recently just found your guides and before i had seen them i went to dragonblight after Borean tundra instead of howling Fjord and i did all the quests i could in dragonblight besides a couple of group quets and now i’m 73 and like a half, so i was wondering what i should do…..i’m guessing i should go to howling fjord since all your coments about this stuff is usally just go to the closest sercet to your lvl but i was just wondering how this would effect me lvling ways 😛 😀
    -$3@N!*

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    Atheran Répondre
    Jan 30, 2009 @ 0:30

    Great guidesI just had to comment on these guides, they’re so frickin awesome. Used them for my hunter and he leveled like it was nothing! Also just downloaded you addon, lookin great so far 🙂 Keep up the awesome work man.

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    m4rc3l23 Répondre
    Jan 30, 2009 @ 17:48

    The addon and guides..Well when a guides sucks i have to tell it
    But your guid is awesome im level 24 in not even 1 day total played 😀

    Awesome guide keep up the good work:D

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    Lobsterfarmer Répondre
    Fév 1, 2009 @ 21:39

    Priest leveling!Leveling is the real part of game!.

    Greetings Jame.

    I’m gonna print your guide and start leveling a priest the upcoming days. Been thinking about rerolling some time, so this evening while i searched the internet I thought about your guide.

    Gonna keep posting about what lvl my priest is 🙂

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    Fév 2, 2009 @ 2:28

    Hey Jame, under the tipsHey Jame, under the tips here you may want to link to the in-game addons 🙂

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      Indeed, doing it right away!Indeed, doing it right away!

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    cervis1 Répondre
    Fév 4, 2009 @ 0:01

    MistakeAlways pay attention to the things that don’t ask for it!!!Guide List

    Horde

    * Snowflake’s Ghostlands Guide (13-21)

    * Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide (21-31) [UPDATE]: 30-31 Ashenvale section added
    * Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide – Hellfire Peninsula
    * Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide – Zangarmarsh
    * Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide – Terokkar Forest
    * Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide – Nagrand
    * Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide – Howling Fjord (70-71)
    * Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide – Borean Tundra (71-73)
    * Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide – Dragonblight (73-75)
    * Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide – Grizzly Hills (75-77)

    Alliance – Updated to v0.3 – 03/02/2009

    * Maw’s Human Guide (1-12) – Quality: 100%
    * Snowflake’s Draenei Guide (1-12) – Needs Improvements
    * Boston’s Gnome/Dwarf Guide (1-12) – Needs Testing
    * Joan’s Human Guide (1-12) – Needs Testing
    * Boston’s Leveling Guide (12-20) – Needs Testing
    * Boston’s Leveling Guide (20-30) – Needs Testing
    * Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide (30-40) – Needs Testing
    * Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide (40-50) – Needs Testing
    * Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide (50-60) – Needs Testing
    * Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide – Hellfire Penninsula – Needs Testing
    * Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide – Zangarmarsh – Needs Testing
    * Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide – Terokkar – Needs Testing
    * Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide – Nagrand – Needs Testing
    * Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide – Blade’s Edge Mountains – Needs Testing
    * Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide – Borean Tundra (70-72) – Needs Testing – New
    * Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide – Grizzly Hills (75-77) – Needs Testing

    *You forgot the Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide – Dragonblight (73-75) I think 😕 ?

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    bigchiefbb Répondre
    Fév 6, 2009 @ 7:34

    There is a part where youThere is a part where you tell us to get the quest “Mission to Mudsprocket” but near the end of the 31-40 guide when you tell us to go to mudsprocket you never mention dropping it off, ive checked the level 40-50 guide and upon the second visit to mudsprocket their is no mention of handing in the quest only the “Delivery to Drazzit” quest

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      Fév 6, 2009 @ 12:03

      It says to turn it in, justIt says to turn it in, just not by name. It says at the very end of the guide to “turn in your quest” while in Mudsprocket, the quest in question being Mission to Mudsprocket.

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        bigchiefbb Répondre
        Fév 7, 2009 @ 11:48

        It says:3. Follow the pathIt says:
        3. Follow the path west then south until you reach Mudsprocket. Here take the flight path and turn in your quest and fly to Theramore. Turn in your quest at Captain Garran Vimes. Take the follow up [38] A Grim Connection.
        Go talk to Jaina and ask her to teleport you to Stormwind. Go to Stormwind Keep, find High Warlord Bolvar and turn in your quest, take the follow up [37] Return to Jaina. Train / Sell junk / Check the AH etc.

        There is no mention of turning in the quest, only the one at tabetha =/

        Edit: Upon closer observation it does say “and turn in your quest” i guess i just didnt see it 😛

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          Fév 25, 2009 @ 18:44

          🙂 get new glasses.. and next time do read the text 10 times 🙂
          You even copied it without seeing it.. 😉

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          tiberiu Répondre
          Avr 9, 2009 @ 8:33

          questOf course it did. Thanks for the useful information. I had the same problem but probably, the obvious can sometimes be very hard to spot.
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    Mylana Répondre
    Fév 15, 2009 @ 16:12

    38-41I get an error every time the 38-41 guide trys to load, and then it either switches to the next guide or tells me no guide is loaded… any ideas?? 😕

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      Fév 16, 2009 @ 15:52

      It’s fixed now, download theIt’s fixed now, download the latest version.

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Avr 21, 2009 @ 1:21

      FixedIts fixed try it again man

      Offical Reviewer For Top4WoWGuides
      Link ==> [URL=”http://www.top4wowguides.com”]Horde & Alliance Leveling Guide[/URL]

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    fruitieisland Répondre
    Fév 18, 2009 @ 19:24

    Mazen’s Behest“The drop rate on the essays you need is pretty low, so be patient, you might have to kill a lot of those elementals if you’re unlucky.”

    I was wondering if a lot meant more than 75 elementals?

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      Fév 19, 2009 @ 11:55

      No hehe, that’s reallyNo hehe, that’s really unlucky :p

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    Shadowsithis Répondre
    Fév 22, 2009 @ 9:58

    Important Idea.James. I have a very good important idea. I would like to know the easiest way to contact you besides posting comments on this website. Please respond ASAP =) Thank you!

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      Fév 22, 2009 @ 19:18

      You can send Jame a privateYou can [url=https://www.wow-pro.com/privatemsg/new/2]send Jame a private message[/url] if you want to have a conversation with him specifically. He’s been away from a computer this weekend but he’ll be back sometime today.

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    Dezarian Répondre
    Mar 3, 2009 @ 22:38

    QuestionWhen are the guides coming out for Zul’drak, Sholazar Basin, Storm Peaks, and Icecrown? Are there any scheduled dates for when they are being released?

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      Mar 4, 2009 @ 0:38

      Release dates can be foundRelease dates can be found [url=https://www.wow-pro.com/node/1743]here[/url]. At the moment Jame has no hard and fast release dates for his new guides, since he is working on the leveling addon first. However when they are known, he will post them on that page and on [url=http://jamewowpro.blogspot.com/]his blog[/url]. In the meantime, you can check out information on his [url=https://www.wow-pro.com/node/2196]addon[/url] and try it out on an alt, we are always looking for more testers! 🙂

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    cheddar299 Répondre
    Mar 11, 2009 @ 19:46

    Where to start?Just came across your guides and want to start using. Have a 72.5 blood spec DK and have already done many of the Dragonblight quests, but none of Howling Fjord.

    Should I start in Howling Fjord and do all of the those or pick up the Dragonblight run where I’m at?

    Looking forward to catching up with guildmates at levl 80

    Thanks!

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      Mar 11, 2009 @ 20:33

      I would suggest going backI would suggest going back to Howling Fjord and following the guide there. You aren’t too high for it yet (things won’t be gray to you), and it will leave more high level quests at the end when you are 80 to give you money. It’s also a good time to do the quests for the achievement, if you care about that. Plus the quests are easier and still give very good XP.

      But the bottom line is, go where you want to 🙂

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        cheddar299 Répondre
        Mar 11, 2009 @ 21:54

        I was thinking that (alwaysI was thinking that (always up for gettin new fps)

        Thanks and based on all the other feedback I’ve seen I’ll doing daily heroics in no time!!!

        🙂

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    its perplex Répondre
    Mar 13, 2009 @ 20:50

    The new addon IS AWESOME!The new addon IS AWESOME! But I have one problem. It skips from “73-74” In Howling Fjord to
    Grizzly Hills. There is no Dragonblight section in the guide 😕

    Is this sections still being worked on? Thanks so much for all your efforts, you rock! =D

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      Mar 13, 2009 @ 21:07

      Hai hai, it’s being workedHai hai, it’s being worked on 😛

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    ktrojan09 Répondre
    Mar 15, 2009 @ 0:14

    Wait where is the guide fromWait where is the guide from 78-80 lol

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      Mar 15, 2009 @ 1:33

      The 77-80 guides forThe 77-80 guides for Zul’Drak, Sholazar, Storm Peaks, and Icecrown have not been released yet. Jame is still planning on writing them, but he’s focusing on the addon version of his guides right now. But if you do instances and have rested XP, the guides currently available should get you almost (or even past) level 80.

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        Mar 15, 2009 @ 3:46

        That’s right, Jame’s guideThat’s right, Jame’s guide are so good, they get you PAST 80 😛

        (Disclaimer: Guide doesn’t actually get you to 81)

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          Mar 16, 2009 @ 0:08

          Hah, hush Brune. What I meanHah, hush Brune. What I mean is you may hit 80 well before you get to the end of the guides (I did, but I instanced a LOT).

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    lilack Répondre
    Mar 15, 2009 @ 20:17

    ThanksI just wanted to express my gratitude to Jame and all other ppl who makes all of this awsome guides!!

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    Kiora Répondre
    Mar 20, 2009 @ 17:41

    Was wondering…Hey Jame,

    Your guides are spectacular. I’m loving the new addon guide as i no longer have to alt-tab to check the web page. Excellent work my friend. But i had a question, Do you know of anyone who has followed your guide and gotten the Loremaster and Seeker achievements? also, I was wondering if your guides complete all quests possible to your faction in each zone this wonderful guide takes us to? I’m unusually picky about how i go about questing, and i get this feeling of non-completion if i do not do every quest in the zone. Any reply is appreciated.

    Thank you.

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    dcgamer1990 Répondre
    Mar 21, 2009 @ 18:32

    Thank you for all your hard work!I’ve followed your Alliance and Horde Leveling Guides for about 2 years now on all of my characters. I couldn’t have done it without them! Thank you so much for all the hard work you put into this, its truly amazing. I’m on a tight budget so I cant give any donations but I figured a thank you was the very least I could do. Keep up the great work man!!! 🙂

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    Blitzkriegx Répondre
    Mar 24, 2009 @ 0:13

    Am I crazy…Ok I want to say it was 2? weeks ago, I decided to level my rogue from 70 to 80, and decided to try the addon version of the guide.

    It was awesome, blew me away at how fast I was chewing through it, was super impressed.

    The one thing is…unless I’m crazy/dreaming, the addon version definitely took me through zul’drak and stormpeaks… 😕
    So the other day I decided to level my shaman, download the addon and its only grizzly hills…help! If anyone has a solution, click a different link or something, please respond because I neeeeed those guides lol. Did I click a test version or…well what???

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      Mar 24, 2009 @ 2:36

      You were using the defaultYou were using the default TourGuide guides, NOT Jame’s guides. They are a decent replacement when no Jame guide is available, but TRUST me when I say they are NOT as good as Jame’s.

      Those guides have now been hidden when the WoW-Pro addon is enabled, for exactly this reason – people were following them thinking they were Jame’s guides.

      If you would like to see the default guides, you’ll need to temporarily disable the WoW-Pro portion of the addon at the log-in screen.

      A fix is possibly in the works for this that will put the guides in sub-folders in the TourGuide menu, but for now this is the only way to view those default guides. Sorry for the inconvenience.

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        Mar 25, 2009 @ 21:54

        Just untill its available..With all the repect to the work Jame and all you are putting into this add-on guide, I don’t really see the meaning of having to disable the old guides or Tourguide..
        I DO love Jame’s guides, but since I dont have any for Ice or Storm, why disable those?

        Maybe it could be an idea to keep those guides active while no Jame’s is available.
        just to give the players a help even if it’s not yours..

        I hate the idea to have to disable Jame’s guide..

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          Mar 25, 2009 @ 22:19

          We are aware of thisWe are aware of this problem. We get complaints like yours about 10 times a week, but if we enable the standard guides again we get at least the same amount of complaints by the people who accidentaly use the standard ones instead of ours… So please try to live with it as it is, until we find a better solution.

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            Mar 26, 2009 @ 11:35

            I should probably quote yourI should probably quote your comment Jahwo, then put it in a golden frame and make it appear at the top of each page!

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            Mar 27, 2009 @ 0:55

            Still might not be enough inStill might not be enough in some cases lol

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    sdcanyon Répondre
    Mar 26, 2009 @ 6:11

    Jame’s Guide AddonI love the guides here, but I dont see why you would use the addon. I thought it would direct you around in an easy to use pattern with arrows and popup windows or something telling you what to do. It was just a confusing scroll of quests that I did already, was doing, or didnt even have yet. I had to sort and filter thru them and it was time consuming as well as confusing.
    I dont know, maybe I didnt click the magical “Start” button or something. Anyway, thanks for the guides…they rock.

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      Mar 26, 2009 @ 8:36

      Well, there is no way forWell, there is no way for the addon to know what quests or steps you have already done when you first start using it. So you have to manually click off steps to get to the point you are at. But after that, it is really the most efficient way to level I have ever seen (yes I know I’m biased). Truly, it’s much easier than Jame’s “paper” guides, and those kicked a ton of butt to begin with. It’s a small bit of work to get your addon caught up to where you are in the guide, but I really think its worth it!

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        sdcanyon Répondre
        Mar 26, 2009 @ 22:40

        No directions for useA guide on how to use the addon guide would be great.

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          Hmmm, I’ll look into it, butHmmm, I’ll look into it.

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        Shankedyo Répondre
        Mar 27, 2009 @ 2:45

        True ThatTrust me on this one. Take the extra time to scroll through the quests you have already done. It doesnt take that long, or simply pick up the next guide at the next milestone. You wont regret it!

        Kel’Thuzad
        For The Alliance!
        Shankedyo-Level 76 Rogue
        Bulletinhead – Level 19 Hunter Twink
        Note: My avatar is when my Rogue was a twink <3

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    draylon777 Répondre
    Mar 26, 2009 @ 23:12

    Too Much of a Good Thing???I’m a little embarrassed to post this as a noob but besides thinking these guides are God Send I wanted to know if you can level TOO FAST? I’m 1/4 into Lvl 70 and I just now got to Blade’s Edge Mountains area (Sylvanaar). I haven’t picked up any quests here because I would like to know if I’m wasting time here. People are telling me to just go to Northrend and stop wasting time…Confused. Oh I’m a 100% DemoLock and think Metamorphosis is way too much fun!!!

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      Mar 27, 2009 @ 6:29

      Hah, trust me I know theHah, trust me I know the feeling. when you are level 70 in Outland, it’s really your choice where to go. If you are interested in achievements or just like Outland, then stay and do the quests there while they still give XP, since if you want the achievements anyway you’ll have to do them sometime and this will leave more quests in Northrend to give you money later. However if you are sick to death of Outland and don’t give a hoot about achievements, then head to Northrend. It’s really at this point just up to you and what is most fun for you!

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        Mar 27, 2009 @ 8:37

        He also closes the gapHe also closes the gap between the level you are when you finish Jame’s Northrend guides, and level 80, if he continues in Outlands. Assuming this chap has no rested and goes directly into Northrend, he will end up at level 77 or 78, and then have no guide to follow. I mean, while leveling on my DK, I had rested all the way from 70 to 80, but I dinged far into Storm Peaks, just a few steps from finishing Zygor’s (ridiculous) Leveling Guide.

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          Mar 27, 2009 @ 9:52

          Ah that is a good point. I’mAh that is a good point. I’m going to end up with this same issue on my pally, she’s level 66.5 and halfway through Zangarmarsh atm >_< But I'm sticking with the Outland guides since I'm revising them as a I level.

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      jh222 Répondre
      Mar 31, 2009 @ 14:23

      lvl71 in outlandactually u r pretty slow. my fire mage was already 70 at nagrand, i followed the guide till blade’s edge b4 i finally went 2 northrend at 71. even my unholy dk could reach 70 at nagrand.

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        Mar 31, 2009 @ 20:10

        I wouldn’t call it slow,
        I wouldn’t call it slow, you probably had more rested than he did. But it is indeed possible to ding 70 in Nagrand, I did this on my druid and probably will also on my pally.

        Also, please make an effort with your spelling and grammar in the future!

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    draylon777 Répondre
    Avr 4, 2009 @ 0:45

    So I should skip Blade’sSo I should skip Blade’s Edge and go straight to Northrend (Borean Tundra) right? 😕 Oh and I hope you didn’t read too much into my posting, I didn’t write that to show off or claim I’m faster or whatever than others. :O I really needed advise on what to do with all the conflicting info I was getting. I figure I was not getting the proper amount of EXP because I was considered too high for that area. :jawdrop:

    I also have a DK (Jame’s build Unholy) }:) that was right in line with Jame’s DK guide then finished Outland right at 71 then on to Northrend now lvl 75. Again, my DemoLock is 70 before Blade’s Edge so I should just go to Northrend right? 😕 😕 😕

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      Avr 4, 2009 @ 1:00

      As I stated before (IAs I stated before (I thought I was clear but I guess not!) it really depends on what is more fun for you.

      I would advise staying in Outland until the quests or gray or it asks you to kill gray mobs. This is doubly true if you like achievements, since there are achievements for doing the quests there. Staying in Outland longer will leave more quests to do in Northrend after you are 80, which is a really good thing because it means more money!

      However, if you are really bored with Outland then go to Northrend.

      I’m not sure how else I can say it, do you have a more specific question about this?

      Also, you didn’t seem like you were showing off, don’t worry 😉

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    Avr 7, 2009 @ 19:23

    HeyHey Jame, Great Guides

    Just wondering When your carrying on really =/

    Still waiting for Zul Drak guides for my alts hehe, will be great to have them same quality and all 😀

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      Avr 7, 2009 @ 20:06

      The release dates pageThe [url=https://www.wow-pro.com/node/1743]release dates page[/url] shows Jame’s future plans. From what he has said so far, he plans to make the addon his first priority until it is very high quality, then finish the Northrend guides. You can follow his progress on [url=http://jamewowpro.blogspot.com/]his blog[/url].

      Hope this helps!

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        Avr 15, 2009 @ 0:11

        Aha! I caught another ofAha! I caught another of those very conspicuous typos of yours! Bwahahaha!

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    jaketheslaye Répondre
    Avr 13, 2009 @ 12:00

    is it me oris it me or does james like allis more??? im saying that cuz i log on my alli chars i get zd icecrown ect… but when i log on my horde i get grizzly hills and i have the same things checked 4 both alli and horde y is this?

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      Avr 13, 2009 @ 13:24

      While I do think Jame’sWhile I do think Jame’s first (and main) toons are Alliance (not confirmed but I seemed to get that impression) – thats not the reason for what you are seeing.

      Jame does NOT have the Zul’Drak through Icecrown written for EITHER faction. You are seeing the default TourGuide guides, NOT Jame’s guide. Are you sure you downloaded the newest Alliance version of the guide? Remember, if the guide doesn’t say “WoWPro” and have Jame’s name in the title, it’s not his.

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        jaketheslaye Répondre
        Avr 14, 2009 @ 22:47

        i have hordei have the wow pro horde not alli one i have the latest 1 but it still shows zd icecrown ect on alli

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          Avr 14, 2009 @ 23:44

          Ah okay. If you don’t haveAh okay. If you don’t have the Alliance version of the WoW-Pro guide downloaded, it will only show the default Tourguide guides – and those DO go up to Icecrown.

          The answer is still the same though: Jame’s guides only go up to Grizzly Hills currently, for both factions.

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    jaketheslaye Répondre
    Avr 13, 2009 @ 12:08

    o ando and ty jame 4 making the guides

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      Avr 15, 2009 @ 0:01

      As Jame would say, pleaseAs Jame would say, please make an effort to improve your grammar. 😛 But yes, I’m sure thanks is always appreciated. Thanks for thanking someone. 😉

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        Avr 15, 2009 @ 0:58

        Thanks for telling him toThanks for telling him to make an effort on his grammar. And also thanks for thanking someone for thanking someone. HAHA!

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    joelparra Répondre
    Avr 29, 2009 @ 0:16

    DRAGONBLIGHT :jawdrop: I cant find the james guide to dragonblight in the addon. i have the latest version. Anyone having the same problem>?

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      Avr 29, 2009 @ 8:24

      You can download it from theYou can download it from the [url=https://www.wow-pro.com/wiki/addon_in_progress]works in progress[/url] page, or just wait a day or two, Jame plans to release the next version shortly.

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    Solonn Répondre
    Avr 30, 2009 @ 23:47

    heirloomsAnyone try following the guide with an heirloom equipped? if so how did it effect how you followed it etc.

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      Mai 1, 2009 @ 1:27

      I have, on my pally. I wasI have, on my pally. I was typically a bit ahead of the guide (heirloom shoulders = higher XP). But only a little, it didn’t “break” anything.

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        Solonn Répondre
        Mai 2, 2009 @ 4:13

        Nice to know it doesn’t jumpNice to know it doesn’t jump to far ahead, and at such a low prices its well worth getting.

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    Death_Awaitz Répondre
    Mai 9, 2009 @ 1:51

    my addons dont work?I have Curse Client and those addons work fine, but the ones that aren’t on there and i download myself don’t work for some reason 😕 . I’ve been trying to get this addon but it wont go onto my addons page. plz help me 😀

    ~ Death Awaitz

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      Mai 9, 2009 @ 3:03

      What operating system areWhat operating system are you using?

      Be sure you are putting them in the right folder, if Curse normally puts them in the right place for you, this could be the problem.

      Also, make sure you have “Load out of date addons” selected in the addon selection screen.

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        Death_Awaitz Répondre
        Mai 9, 2009 @ 13:54

        addons are not workingI’m using vista and i put them in Local Disk – Program files – World of Warcraft – Interface – Addons
        yeah i do have load out of date addons at the screen i just don’t see the addons there

        ~ Death Awaitz

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          Mai 10, 2009 @ 0:39

          There’s your problem. VistaThere’s your problem. Vista will usually move the correct folder to:

          C:UsersPublicGamesWorld of WarcraftInterfaceAddons

          You need to put your addons in this folder instead.

          Hope this helps!

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            Darksoul25
            Mai 24, 2009 @ 0:50

            replyI have Vista and I c a Public folder but no game folder subsection can u explain that

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            Mai 24, 2009 @ 1:00

            Hmmm, that’s odd. I guessHmmm, that’s odd. I guess check the usual XP place, C/Program Files/World of Warcraft. Sorry, not sure if that will help much 🙁

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            Darksoul25
            Mai 24, 2009 @ 16:17

            k ok I’ll try that thx

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          Mai 24, 2009 @ 12:33

          Just checking you areJust checking you are extracting them into the target folder. If you just copy the .zip files (which is how they come when you download them manually) then nothing will happen.

          Sorry if this you are already doing this, but my mate had the same problem and it was because he was not extracting them, just copying them.

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    Death_Awaitz Répondre
    Mai 10, 2009 @ 14:45

    Ty Soooo much Jiamby itTy Soooo much Jiamby it worked great now i can level 😀

    ~ Death Awaitz

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    Holyrunning Répondre
    Juin 9, 2009 @ 21:17

    77-80?Where is the guids for 77-80??
    :jawdrop:

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      Juin 9, 2009 @ 22:22

      Not written yet. Jame hasNot written yet. Jame has decided to prioritize the addon for now, since a lot of people actually get to 80 within the guides he currently has written. He’s also been busy with RL of late and hasn’t been able to make much progress. But they will be written eventually!

      The guides for Northrend should get you almost to 80 though, if you are rested and if you do some instances. I recommend QuestHelper for the last few levels – not as good as the addon, but something!

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        Juin 10, 2009 @ 19:39

        Or you can go through theOr you can go through the original TourGuide’s guides. These actually works very well, I’ve tried the Storm Peaks guide once, that worked out very well : – )

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          Juin 11, 2009 @ 6:33

          I didn’t think they existedI didn’t think they existed yet either for all zones, but not sure about that.

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            Août 24, 2009 @ 19:30

            Ever heard of wtbblue? ThoseEver heard of wtbblue? Those questing guides level pretty well also.

            Comment me on my blog. http://kostada.blogspot.com/

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            JestingWolf
            Déc 4, 2010 @ 12:11

            Add OnThe link to the add-on seems to be broken… Takes me to “page not found”…

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            Août 29, 2009 @ 7:34

            TourGuideThe TourGuide quests now have Sholo, Storm Peaks and Icecrown available. Haven’t had to dig into them yet, but I hear they are pretty good. Currently working through Jame’s guides and am 78 (56% XP Bar) and just heading into Grizzly Hills. I expect to ding 80 here, or come very close to it.

            BTW, I have yet to run an instance in Outland OR Northrend, simply because PuG’s are seemingly impossible to find on my current server.

            Oh, and I have been fully rested since 72 (spending time with my alts)

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        RichyRich Répondre
        Août 29, 2009 @ 0:09

        Guides got me to 78… soGuides got me to 78… so guess i’ll have to QH the rest. >.<

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    lundhlundh Répondre
    Juin 26, 2009 @ 22:21

    ThanksThanks for the guides, Jame and all other guide writers!
    Oh, and ding 80! 🙂

    http://bayimg.com/laBCoAaCk

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      Juin 27, 2009 @ 0:46

      Whoa!

      Now that is aWhoa! :jawdrop:

      Now that is a little crazy! Well done on all those level 80s! ^_^

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        Juin 27, 2009 @ 19:10

        Damn!!!!You beat me to it…..I only have 5 of mine at 80….LOL

        Gratz!!!!!!

        James

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      Snoopy Répondre
      Août 6, 2009 @ 14:19

      lol and ThanksLundhlundh, i followed the link in your comment and saw the picture, either your a crazy WoW player or that’s a private server….lol, just sayin.
      To get to the real point of why i’m writing this comment….I want to thank everyone (not only jame….but mostly jame) For writing all these guides….your the reason i keep playing world of warcraft as much as i do, so thank you
      -Snoopy

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      Drandis Répondre
      Nov 13, 2009 @ 23:16

      Lol nice tryFake look at realm name it says outland pvp…

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    honjuden Répondre
    Juin 28, 2009 @ 11:58

    Great guideJust wanted to thank you guys for the great guides in addon format that you created. It used to take me forever to level but following these guides I am levelling from 70 to 80 faster than ever.

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    arotho Répondre
    Août 16, 2009 @ 23:59

    WOOT!?Hey man just saw that picture, did you really get all those chars to 80 with these guides?

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    Trislorn Répondre
    Août 28, 2009 @ 1:14

    Addon not workingI have used and loved this guide but since the new patch it hasn’t worked. I tried to re-download it and still didn’t work. Where it usually has the check box and the name of the quest there is only the check box and when i try to change what guide im using nothing happens. Any idea what is wrong?

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Avr 27, 2010 @ 5:03

      RE:Whether or not the old guides get revised before Cata comes out, I’m almost certain this will be added to the Cata guides.

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    RichyRich Répondre
    Août 28, 2009 @ 23:43

    So kind of lost now….Well… just completed you Grizzly Hills guide 100% and i’ve been following your guides since my late 30’s (level)… and now im left with nothing. All complete and im at level 78… now what? :(…. Im so used to how efficient your guides are and now have to level like a regular person >.<

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      Août 29, 2009 @ 0:19

      You can use questhelper, orYou can use questhelper, or there are also some default guides that come with Tour Guide that might help.

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    Gaidal Répondre
    Sep 7, 2009 @ 15:57

    Wow, why didn’t I try this earlierI’ve peeked at your guide from time to time just to find out what zone to go to. I finally decided to try your addon and grinded out 2 levels just to make sure I hit HFP without doing any of the quest. I have now finished the HFP part at level 64 and I have to say this guide is amazing! I am a casual gamer and I still went from 60 to 64 in a matter of days. The next alt I work on will be on your guide from Day 1, thank you so much for the excellent work!!!

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      Sep 8, 2009 @ 4:35

      Thanks for the niceThanks for the nice feedback, and I’m glad the guide is useful to you! 🙂

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    TX7Phyl Répondre
    Sep 7, 2009 @ 18:27

    Alliance Leveling GuidesJust wanted you to know hubby and I have used the guides to level up 6 toons each and last set used both versions (addon and printed) to compare. We leveled up just as you said very fast! We are on our last set and leveling up to 80. In the quests where at least 2 toons were needed, we breezed thru them. Thanks so much for excellent easy to use guides.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Oct 21, 2009 @ 7:12

    Couldn’t find Krom’GrulKrom’Grul is supposed to be in The Burning Steppes (lvl 53-54). Maybe Blizz got rid of him with patch 3.2, but I looked every where for him. Around the mountain, on top the mountain, and in both caves. If he is there, someone needs to put in the guide where he is at, or how to get to him. I had to abandon/skip him.

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      pizzamike64 Répondre
      Oct 24, 2009 @ 17:23

      try to target him: /targettry to target him: /target Krom’Grul

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      Nov 13, 2009 @ 12:01

      Krom’Grul“Around the mountain, on top the mountain, and in both caves.”

      Well there’s yer problem! There are 3 caves, not just 2.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Nov 28, 2009 @ 13:22

    LUA error >.<hi ive been using your guide for a few months now and love every second of it but out of nowhere it is having LUA errors pop up and in my chat window it says tour guide couldnt find the area so its using the current one please help its not the same 🙁

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      Nov 29, 2009 @ 20:14

      whats the zone and lvlrangewhats the zone and lvlrange of the guide you are using?

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Déc 10, 2009 @ 12:53

      I use Jame’s AllianceI use Jame’s Alliance Leveling Guide and what about you?

      I study wpf application development and blackberry software development for my future game development

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 7, 2010 @ 4:36

    Razor HillHey i love your addon. i have a suggestion though. i noticed while doing the Durotar (1-12) guide that after doing A Solvent Spirit i was out of bag space and almost level 8. i would suggest changing the guide to direct you to Razor Hill before going back to Senjin Village. you can turn in the gnomish tools and Furl Scorbrows quest for an 8 slot bag. this bag would help a lot with the space being taken by the current quest items and the ones we are about to get at Echo Isles.

    thx a lot to all who put time into making the guides. they are a tremendous help.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 22, 2010 @ 12:47

    This guide RocksCan’t believe how fast i’m ticking off the levels with this guide, admittedly i am using an xp boosting Heirloom but even so am lvl 45 with only 6 days played

    thanks so much to all those involved in making this guide and the addon it is appreciated.

    Back to play now 🙂

    TTFN

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      Anonyme Répondre
      Fév 15, 2010 @ 14:57

      Indeed your work is deeplyIndeed your work is deeply appreciated. Thank you for Grizzly Hills. It would have taken forever to pass it on my own.

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        Partizannka Répondre
        Sep 14, 2010 @ 12:22

        Yes, the addon is brilliant,Yes, the addon is brilliant, made me fall in love with WoW once again 🙂

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    Mar 1, 2010 @ 17:46

    Random groupsHeya Jame. Sorry if I am commenting something that’s done or whatever, but can’t be arsed to check through all guides atm. Just started to think about.. have you told people to always sign up for random dungeons? And if not, why? I can’t see where it wouldn’t be profitable. They get great exp and a blue gear part to go along with the questing (everyone don’t have a main with to many emblems ya know :P) And if you think that there are to many instances that are worthless, just say so that you don’t recommend those certain instances and that you think questing is quicker. They can always leave if the instance is to long or not profitable.
    For an example, gnomeregan is perhaps not profitable, but SM GY is certainly. There is like 20-30min diff.

    Just delete this comment if already done or commented before, I am just to lazy, but wanting to be nice and helpful 🙂

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      Mar 1, 2010 @ 18:59

      Since random dungeons areSince random dungeons are still relatively new, and since Jame hasn’t been working on his old guides much do to lots of new developments here on WoW-Pro and also work on his new site for SC2, I don’t think this has been added. However it is an excellent suggestion. Whether or not the old guides get revised before Cata comes out, I’m almost certain this will be added to the Cata guides.

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    crozzer Répondre
    Mar 30, 2010 @ 6:26

    ooze quest – possible with wetlands oozes in ironbeard’s tombGreat guides, thanks so much.
    Am getting caught up in the mid-50’s and discovered that the ooze quest is doable with the oozes in ironbeard’s tomb in the wetlands. And you just have to kill one and then you can fill all 10 bottles. Sure, less total XP, but a quick quest finish to be sure.

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      marlena21 Répondre
      Sep 13, 2010 @ 10:59

      Must say that this guide isMust say that this guide is great. Im at level 54 and stuck because i took up the guide a few levels ago and i had allready been to un goro, and i dont know where too pick up the guide. please shed some light.
      —Erica

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        Sep 17, 2010 @ 9:57

        I suggest you track back inI suggest you track back in the guide and start at the beginning, read through it til you find something you haven’t done and do it, skipping the parts you have done of course. That way you’ll get back on course with the guide no problem 🙂

        Or, you could move onto the next zone in the guide, though you may not have the earlier quests. Though that shouldn’t be a problem – the quests are very easy and it’s also easy to catch up with the ones you missed and the exp and such.

        At 54 I’d look at starting the Plaguelands or Burning steppes and continue from there.

        Hope I’ve helped 🙂
        -Skum

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    DogsHead Répondre
    Avr 22, 2010 @ 15:56

    I am full of admirationJame and co, you have done a stellar job with these guides. I am in the process of leveling 5 toons almost simultaneously (I really really hate STV now) and I have only good things to say about the guides. All toons are at 50, and I’ve gotta say after bumbling around on my main for, like a year, it is such a joy to scream through the levels – I mean I just (with the help of a couple of instances) went 50 to 53 with out even noticing! Awsome, easy, comprehensive. If I have one thing to say to the folks out there, it’s do everything the guide tells you to do; the times I haven’t have been the times its all gone Pete Tong.
    Thanks again team!

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    Stephanie03 Répondre
    Mai 13, 2010 @ 6:16

    nice,This is a great guide! Showed it to my brother and followed the guide.. He even asked me to print the guides but when he saw the condition (that is he’ll miss the latest updates) and how big the guides are, he instantly changed his mind. 🙂

    — Stephanie03
    Your [url=http://www.forexrobottrading.com]Forex Robot[/url] enthusiast

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    rijj6 Répondre
    Mai 14, 2010 @ 3:38

    They Are GreatI have printed off all of them 1-80. And 1-12 for human, night elf, dwarf, and dranei. Use all of them to start every character no matter which class they are. Helps level a little faster for each guide. Thanks…….

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    sdrkee Répondre
    Mai 30, 2010 @ 20:44

    Great Guide. I am glad iGreat Guide. I am glad i found it. Now i hope i can reach some great levels using this guide and also comments seems that people got good results with this guide. However, i am planning to print it ( i know I will miss updates) till i get a hang of this guide. keep up the great work and updation of this guide.

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    bianca Répondre
    Juin 23, 2010 @ 0:14

    Zul DrakThis is the most complete leveling guide I have ever found on Zul Drak, I am extremely happy with the quality as well. Thank you.

    The Forex Robot Queen

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      alimanzoor35 Répondre
      Nov 12, 2010 @ 7:37

      One thing that I think couldOne thing that I think could prove invaluable in the guide information is the version number of WoW the guide was written for. This would be a nice and easy way to check the validity of a particular guide as quite a lot has changed in WoW over the last 5 years. As well as giving users a steer on the validity of a particular guide for them it could also allow moderators to easily check and maybe mark guides as out of date for us.

      Possibly this is more important for class guides than levelling guides but can still prove to be very useful and could be added into the guide selection screen of the addon e.g. Jame’s xyz guide (WoW V3.99). A side benefit of this would be keen guide writers could quickly see the most out of date guides and start working on them, keeping all the guides as up to date as possible.

      I realise the guides usually (if not always) have a date on them but I think that this is a more valid and sensible way of noting the relevance of the guide than simply providing a date for the users to look at.

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    wleclair Répondre
    Juil 1, 2010 @ 11:13

    Sincere congratulations to the author!!!!As a new player (for 3 months now), I have been enjoying these guides on 3 characters.
    Not yet any on lvl80 (lvl65 Hunter, lvl61 DK, lvl34 Druid), but that’s mainly due to my own time restrcition.

    Anyhow, I find the guides very clear, inspiring and fun to read and last but not least: accurate.

    Apart from some minor changes Blizzard put in via one their patches: the guide is correct.

    Therefor, my sincere congratulations to Jame for putting this together!!!

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    Hopegill Répondre
    Oct 16, 2010 @ 12:34

    Add on guide not working anymore :(Hi,

    First, I am really thanks to all of you who are creating this great add on 🙂

    I been using your guide since few years back (the offline webpage version) and now i am using Add ON version. But since patch 4.01, the online add on seem didn’t work perfectly. Here is some detail:

    When I complete a task or even accept a quest, it doesn’t automatically auto selects it and if I do it manually it will auto select many other steps in the guide without my knowledge. Tried going back to 1.4 but 1.3 but this is still happening. Erased the folders in WTF and the LUA in saved variables but same thing happens. Please help.

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      Oct 17, 2010 @ 1:55

      Yeah, Blizz ninja changedYeah, Blizz ninja changed one of the functions I was calling. Luckily one of the other contributors already found the problem and uploaded a fix, I’ll be putting it into the download package ASAP. Thanks Gameldar!

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    Leloup Répondre
    Nov 14, 2010 @ 20:43

    guide francaisBonjour

    Je vois que le site est completement change…

    Le guide Francais alliance existe toujours ?? je ne le trouve plus 🙁

    Je suis occupe a monter mon perso et je suis coince la page a disparu 🙁

    Je savais que j’aurai du tout imprime ;(

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    gus914 Répondre
    Nov 14, 2010 @ 22:45

    GUIDEwhy i cant see guide anymore i dont see any guide except low level one

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    Rathegos Répondre
    Nov 15, 2010 @ 3:26

    Accessing the guidesI can’t seem to access the guides. Every link I use sends me to a different page, but I can’t seem to find how to navigate to the guide itself (I’m looking for the Alliance guide – I’m trying to find the guide for a level 47 Pally).

    Either I’m really screwing it up bad, or I’m a moron (or both!). LOL

    Thanks!

    Rath

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    Anubion Répondre
    Nov 15, 2010 @ 21:33

    cant view list of Alliance guidesHey all…i cant seem to view the list of the guides for the alliance side…i can only see the ones for Horde….i am looking for the Alliance guide for level 50-60…..would appreciate some guidance…thnx

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      Nov 16, 2010 @ 3:36

      Hello! The site is stillHello! The site is still experiencing some growing pains. I’ll be doing my best to get all the guide re-categorized so you can see them here. In the meantime, try using the search function to locate your guides.

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    ronitoho1986 Répondre
    Déc 18, 2011 @ 22:26

    hellohello

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    Nikki D Répondre
    Avr 9, 2013 @ 9:08

    Thank youHi,This is the first time I have played WOW, and find many of the guides perfectly useless for a noob like me. I stumbled on this, and can honestly say that its PERFECT!  Thanks so much for the months of hard work you have put in, and to any other contributors too! It really is a masterpiece and treasure-vault of much-needed info! LOVE IT! 

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    mamaiz Répondre
    Juin 12, 2013 @ 19:07

    issue’sThe site is still experiencing some growing pains. I’ll be doing my best
    to get all the guide re-categorized so you can see them here. In the
    meantime, try using the search function to locate your guides. <a href=’http://www.ifgames.net/’ title=’Free Online Games’>Flash Games</a>

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