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Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide – Chapter V (60-65)

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Chapter 5[Level 60 – 65]

Journey from Hellfire Peninsula to Terokkar

Introduction

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

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

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


Basic rules

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

Useful Addons

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

Recommended

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

Optional

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

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

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


Level 60-70 XP Curve Changes

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


Color Code

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

The Guide


I assume that you haven’t done any quests in the Outlands before level 60. If you have it’s not a big deal, just jump in the guide somewhere where you still haven’t done all the quests and go from there.

Level 60

Let’s get started!
Go to the Blasted Lands. Go all the way south in the zone until you find the Dark Portal. Take the quest [61] Through the Dark Portal from Warlord Dar’toon.

Zone through the portal. In Hellfire Penninsula, go down the stairs, turn in [61] Through the Dark Portal, get the follow up [61] Arrival in Outland. Go directly north to the flight master, turn in [61] Arrival in Outland, get the follow up [61] Journey to Thrallmar.
Ask the flight master to send you to Thrallmar.

In Thrallmar, turn in the quest [61] Journey to Thrallmar, get the follow up [60] Report to Nazgrel. Go turn it in and get the follow up.
Now gather the 2 other quests you can find in Thrallmar, this is easy to do if you look for yellow “!” on your minimap. You should have 3 quests:

  • [60] Bonechewer Blood
  • [61] Eradicate the Burning Legion
  • [61] I Work… For the Horde!

Go to the inn and make it your home location.

 

1. Exit Thrallmar, follow the path east and shortly you should find Sergeant Shatterskull (58,41). Turn in [61] Eradicate the Burning Legion, get the follow up [61] Felspark Ravine.

2. Go east to Felspark Ravine (62,39). Kill what’s on the list of [61] Felspark Ravine until you finish it. !Beware of the Fel Reaver passing by!

3. Go south until you hit the barricades overlooking the Path of Glory (62,48). Go westwards, staying on top of the hill, killing orcs as you go and picking up Salvageable Wood and Salvageable Metal

 

Keep doing this until you finish [60] Bonechewer Blood
and [61] I Work… For the Horde!

4. Go back to Sergeant Shatterskull, turn in [61] Felspark Ravine, get the follow up [61] Forward Base: Reaver’s Fall.

Go to Thrallmar and turn in all quests and get the 3 follow ups:

  • [61] Burn It Up… For the Horde!
  • [60] Apothecary Zelana
  • [62] Falcon Watch (Blood Elves won’t be able to take this quest yet but when you come back next time to Thrallmar a BE NPC outside the main building will have it available, it won’t be too late to take it then)

Sell junk, repair, re-stock food/drink.

 

1. Exit Thrallmar, go east/southeast till you reach Reaver’s Fall (66,44). Turn in the 2 quests, get the follow ups:

  • [62] Disrupt Their Reinforcements
  • [60] Spinebreaker Post

2. Go east/southeast to The Legion Front, where you should find Portal Xilus (70,46)

 

Kill demons around this portal until you got 4 Demonic Rune Stones. Then go inside the portal and right-click it to disable it.

3. Go north/northeast while killing demons on your way, until you reach Portal Kruul (74,40). Kill demons until you got another 4 Demonic Rune Stones, then disable the portal.

4. Go back to Reaver’s Fall, turn in [62] Disrupt Their Reinforcements, get the follow up [62] Mission: Gateways Murketh and Shaadraz.
Look in your inventory for Seaforium PU-36 Explosive Nether Modulator, put it on one of your hotkeyed buttons. Talk to Wing Commander Brack and tell him “Im on a bombing mission…”. While flying, use the Seaforium PU-36 Explosive to aim and destroy Gateway Shaadraz and Gateway Murketh, they look like the portals we destroyed in the previous quest, just slightly bigger.
Turn in [62] Mission: Gateways Murketh and Shaadraz, get the follow ups:

  • [62] Mission: The Abyssal Shelf
  • [61] Return to Thrallmar

Find the bombs in your inventory – they are called Area 52 Special – and put them on the same hotkey you used in the previous bombing mission.
Go talk to Wing Commander Brack and ask him to send you to The Abyssal Shelf.
You can complete this bombing mission in several runs, so it’s not a problem if you don’t manage to kill everything required on the first run.
When done with the bombing mission, turn in [62] Mission: The Abyssal Shelf.
Wing Commander Brack should have a quest for you now, but don’t take it unless you want to re-do the bombing mission for fun, it won’t give exp though.

5. Talk to Wing Commander Brack, ask him to send you to Spinebreaker Post.
In Spinebreaker Post, turn in the quest you have and get all the available quests:

  • [60] Boiling Blood
  • [60] Wanted: Worg Master Kruush
  • [61] Make Them Listen
  • [61] Preparing the Salve
  • [61] The Warp Rifts

Also get the new flight path.

==Note== From now on, gather all the Hellfire Spineleaf you can find on your way. They can be found mostly close to mountains, all around Zeth’Gor and north of it.

 

1. Go northeast to Zeth’Gor, you can enter it through a gate on the southern side of it at (66,74). Clear the way to the stables which are directly east the gate you just entered (68,74). Kill everything near the stables, because the two worgs inside the stables will run around and call for help after you kill their master. Once you’ve cleared the area, go to the stables, kill Worg Master Kruush and loot his head.

Stay in this area and kill orcs while gathering as many Hellfire Spineleaves as you can, check every hill and mountains surrounding Zeth’Gor. Keep killing orcs in this area until you got 12 Bleeding Hollow Blood.

2. Once you have 12 Bloods, you must find the Cursed Cauldron (65,71) which is just outside of the gate where we entered Zeth’Gor earlier.

 

Stand next to the cauldron and right-click it. This will summon a bunch of scarabs, you don’t have to kill them, just run a little north and wait for them to despawn, it takes about 20 seconds. Rinse and repeat until you’ve 12 Boiled Blood. The fastest way to do this is to click the cauldron twice in a row as fast as possible, and then move away and wait for them to despawn. If you try to stay and click a 3rd time, you’ll get interrupted by scarabs as they turn agressive.

3. Gather the last few Hellfire Spineleaves you need, check the map to see the area in which they can be found.

4. Go back to Spinebreaker Post, turn in:

  • [60] Wanted: Worg Master Kruush
  • [60] Boiling Blood
  • [61] Preparing the Salve

Get all follow ups:

  • [61] Apothecary Antonivich
  • [61] Investigate the Crash
  • [61] Zeth’Gor Must Burn!
  • [62] The Eyes of Grillok

5. Fly to Thrallmar. Go to the main building, turn in [61] Return to Thrallmar. Get the 3 quests in this building:

  • [61] Forge Camp: Mageddon
  • [62] The Assassin
  • [62] Weaken the Ramparts

Find Apothecary Antonivich, he’s in the tower building in the northwestern part of Thrallmar, turn in [61] Apothecary Antonivich, get the follow up [61] A Burden of Souls.
Also get the quest [60] Hellfire Fortifications, which should appear as a blue “!” on your minimap.

 

1. Get out of Thrallmar, ride northeast to Forge Camp: Mageddon (64,31). Kill 10 Gan’arg Servants and Rasorsaw, a big demon who roams all across the camp. Loot the Head of Forgefiend Razorsaw and the Burning Legion Missive. Right-click the missive to start [61] Vile Plans.

2. Go back to Thrallmar, turn in [61] Forge Camp: Mageddon, get the follow up [61] Canons of Rage.
Also turn in [61] Vile Plans.
You can destroy the Burning Legion Missive if it’s still in your inventory.

3. Right behind the inn of Thrallmar you should see a small path going up the hills. Follow it and go north/northeast till you reach Forge Camp: Rage (59,32)
Kill fel canons there until you finish [61] Cannons of Rage.

4. Go back to Thrallmar, turn in [61] Cannons of Rage, get the follow up [61] Doorway to the Abyss.

5. Take the same path going up the hills behind Thrallmar, but this time go northwest until you reach Invasion Point: Annihilator (54,27). Locate Warbringer Arix’Amal in the northern part of the camp. Clear to him, kill him and loot the Burning Legion Gate Key.
Now clear the way to the demon gate which is directly in front of where Warbringer Arix’Amal was.

 

Stand in front of the Forge Camp: Portal Glyph, which is inside the gate, right-click the Burning Legion Gate Key and left-click on the glyph. This should shut down the gate.

6. For classes with some sort of levitation spell, go to the western edge and jump off the cliff, levitate down. For others, hearthstone back to Thrallmar, and then go northwest until you reach Foreman Razelcraz (51,30). Get his quest [61] Outland Sucks!

7. Go to the little canyon south of Foreman Razelcraz (49,36), kill Marauding Crust Bursters and look for Shredder Parts. Gather 6 of them.

 

If you’re lucky, one of the worms should drop an Eroded Leather Case. Right-click it to start [61] Missing Missive. If you aren’t lucky, no problem, we’ll be killing more worms at another spot in the future. So don’t bother killing more here if you already got 6 Shredder Parts.

8. Go back to Foreman Razelcraz, turn in [61] Outland Sucks!, get [61] How to Serve Goblins.

 

1. Go southwest till you reach one of the shattered hand orcs camp next to the Northern Rampart, and locate Manni’s Cage at (45,41), free him.

2. Go south to another camp on the other side of the road, locate Moh’s Cage (46,45), free him.

3. In the next camp south of this one you should find Jakk’s Cage (47,46). Free him.

4. Mount up, follow the road west through the ramparts and keep going until you see wooden spikes on each side of the road, go through them and turn right right after. Go along the mountain until you find a Fel Orc Corpse (34,44). Turn in [62] The Assassin, get the follow up [62] A Strange Weapon.

5. Go south/southwest to Falcon Watch (27,61). Turn in [62] Falcon Watch and get all 7 quests available in Falcon Watch.

==Note== If you’re 61+, there will be more quests available, here are the ones you should NOT take yet:

  • [61] Helping the Cenarion Post
  • [63] Trueflight Arrows
  • [61] Report to Zurai

 

Get the new flight path.
While we are here, if you wish to train your First Aid skill past level 300, you can buy the Master First Aid book from Aresella, who stands under a tent.

 

1. Go east to The Great Fissure (30,62). Start to ask in general channel if anyone is interested in doing the quest [63+] Wanted: Blacktalon the Savage, she is in the cave in the same area. In the meantime, kill Stonescythe Whelps and Stonescythe Alphas while heading towards the cave (34,63).
Once you are done with killing whelps and alphas, you can try to go and solo Blacktalon the Savage if you haven’t found a partner yet. Pretty much all ranged classes can kite it to death, just make sure you clear the way before you engage it.
If you can’t solo it and can’t find a partner, no problem, we’ll come back to this place one more time for another quest.

2. Go southeast until you find the Southern Ramparts (44,62). Kill orcs in this area until you complete [61] A Burden of Souls.

3. Go southeast until Zeppelin Crash (49,75). Turn in [61] Investigate the Crash, get [61] In Case of Emergency… and [61] Ravager Egg Roundup.

4. Ride southwest until you get back on the trail and follow it until you reach an area called Razorthorn Trail (42,83). Start killing all ravagers you see while looking for Ravager Eggs on the ground.

5. Once you have 12 eggs, ride back to Zeppelin Crash and turn in [61] Ravager Egg Roundup, get the follow up [61] Hellboar, the Other White Meat.

6. Go northeast of the zeppelin and you should find an area with a lot of Deranged Helboars and Marauding Crustbursters (51,69). If you already got the Eroded Leather Case, no need to kill the Crustbursters.
Kill Helboars (and Crustbursters if needed), whenever they drop Tainted Helboard Meat, right-click the Purification Mixture in your inventory.
Stay in this area and kill stuff until you finish [61] Helboar, the Other White Meat and have found an Eroded Leather Case and started the quest [61] Missing Missive.

7. Go back to Zeppelin Crash, turn in [61] Helboar, the Other White Meat, get the follow up [61] Smooth as Butter.

8. Go southeast to the Expedition Armory (55,76), kill Unyielding Knights until one drops A Mysterious Tome. Right-click it and start the quest [61] Decipher the Tome.

9. Go northeast till you find the entrance to the Valley of Bones (56,73). Kill Bonestripper Buzzards and gather Zeppelin Debris while going eastwards along the valley.
==Warning== Be careful when you kill a buzzard, if you kill it close to another buzzard (about 20 yard range), it will come to feed on the corpse and attack you, this can result in chain pulling if you are close to several buzzards, so pull back about 30 yards from any other buzzard if you need a break.

10. You should be about halfway done with [61] In Case of Emergency… and [61] Smooth as Butter when you reach the other end of the Valley of Bones.
We’ll do the other half soon, but for now, mount up and go north until you hit the Path of Glory, then go westwards and find the Eastern Cannon (61,52). Stand next to it right-click the Flaming Torch in your inventory.

 

11. Go further west along the Path of Glory and find the Western Cannon (55,54). Burn it.

Hearthstone to Thrallmar.

Turn in [61] Burn It Up… For the Horde!

Go to the main building, turn in all quests and get the 3 follow ups:

  • [61] The Agony and the Darkness
  • [62] The Warchief’s Mandate
  • [63] Cruel’s Intentions

Get out of the building and turn in [62] The Warchief’s Mandate, get the follow up [62] A Spirit Guide.
Go to the tower building northwest, turn in [61] A Burden of Souls, get the follow up [61] The Demoniac Scryer.

Sell junk, repair, re-stock food/drink.

Fly to Spinebreaker Post. Turn in [61] Decipher the Tome, get [61] The Battle Horn.

 

1. Head north until you reach the Valley of Bones. Go westwards while killing buzzards and gathering Zeppelin Debris. You should be done with [61] In Case of Emergency… and [61] Smooth as Butter when you reach the western end of the valley.

2. Go south to Expedition Armory (55,76). Clear the way to the southern part of it, where you should find Lieutenant Commander Thalvos (55,83). Kill him and loot the Unyielding Battle Horn.

3. Go northwest to Zeppelin Crash (49,75). Turn in the 2 quests, get the follow up [61] Voidwalkers Gone Wild.

4. Go south to The Warp Fields (50,82). Right-click the Unstable Warp Rift Generator from your inventory and left click on the floor to create a warp rift. Kill voidwalkers as they come out of your rift, keep killing in this area until you complete [61] The Warp Rifts and [61] Voidwalkers Gone Wild.

5. Go back to Zeppelin Crash, turn in [61] Voidwalkers Gone Wild.

6. Ride back to Spinebreaker Post.
Turn in [61] The Battle Horn, get [61] Bloody Vengeance.
Turn in [61] The Warp Rifts, get [61] Void Ridge.

Sell junk and repair.

 

1. Go northeast until you find an old destroyed Alliance siege tower, with an Unyielding Banner infront (63,78 )

 

Right-click the Unyielding Battle Horn from your inventory and kill Urtrak.

2. Go to Zeth’Gor, this time we’re gonna enter it by the northern gate (68,70).

First of all, find a Bleeding Hollow Peon, kill it and loot a Bleeding Hollow Torch from it.
Once you have a torch, go to the Bleeding Hollow Forge, which is directly on your left after you enter the gate. Stand next to the Heated Forge and right-click the torch, this should light it. It only stays lit for 5 minutes, so you have to hurry. However, the first objective is the building right next to the forge, stand close to it and use the lit torch, this should set fire to the Eastern Hovel.

Now here’s what we’re gonna do: gather 3 more torches, light them all up, and hurry up to the next 3 building we must set on fire, within 5 minutes.

Do them in this order:

Go west to the Stable (68,74), set it on fire.
Go further west to the Western Hovel (67,76), set it on fire.
Go south to the Barracks (biggest building)(69,76), set it on fire.

3. Now before we leave Zeth’Gor, we must find an Eye of Grillok and use Zezzak’s Shard on it. Once you have done that, you should have a 5 minute buff called Eye of Grillok.
Get out of Zeth’Gor and ride back to Spinebreaker Post as fast as you can before the buff runs out. In Spinebreaker Post, go next to Zezzak’s Cauldron:

 

Turn in:

  • [62] The Eyes of Grillok, get the follow up [62] Grillok “Darkeye”.
  • [61] Bloody Vengeance, get the follow up [61] Honor the Fallen.
  • [61] Zeth’Gor Must Burn!

4. Go northeast, around Zeth’Gor and then east until you find Spinebreaker Pass (72,67).

5. Go through the pass and you’ll end up in an area called Void Ridge (75,64). You’ll find two types of voidwalkers there:

Collapsing Voidwalker: melee type, casts “collapse” when below 10% HP, it’s a self destruction which does 1000-1500 shadow dmg. You can interrupt it, but if you do, they will still explode upon death.
For melee classes, the best way to do it is to get them down below 10% HP and then run away while they cast collapse, if you’re quick enough, you’ll be out of the explosion radius.
For caster classes it’s easier, just nuke them down from range.

Vascillating Voidwalker
: caster type. They become resistant to the magic school of the first spell you cast on them. So if the first spell you cast on them is a frostbolt, they will be resistant to frost spells.
For melees it’s easy, just melee them down and interrupt their shadowbolts.
For casters, the best way to do it is to first cast a spell of one school and then only use spells from other school. For example, if you’re a frost mage, open with a fireball and then only use frost spells. If you’re a Blood Elf Paladin, open with a mana tap, this will trigger the Arcane Resistance on the Voidwalker, and then you can use your holy spells.

Keep killing voidwalkers until you have 40 Void Ridge Soul Shards.

Hearthstone back to Thrallmar.

Sell junk, repair and re-stock food/drink.

Go northwest to Foreman Razelcraz (51,31). Turn in [61] How to Serve Goblins. This should make you ding level 61. Get the follow up [61] Shizz Work.

Level 61


Click the Felhound Whistle from your inventory while standing next to Foreman Razelcraz. This should summon a Fel Guard Hound who will follow you around. Go kill the helboars west of here. Each time you kill a boar, your Fel Hound will eat them and then leave some Felhound Poo behind him. Right-click the poo, if you are lucky you will find the Shredder Key, if not, keep killing boars until your Fel Hound produces the right type of poo.

Go back to Foreman Razelcraz, turn in the quest and get the follow up [61] Beneath Thrallmar.

Now enter the mine just a few steps away from Foreman Razelcraz, find and kill Urga’zz at the bottom of the mine.
Go back to Foreman Razelcraz and turn in [61] Beneath Thrallmar.

 

1. Ride southwest, through the northern ramparts, all the way to the Pools of Aggonar (40,43).
Start asking in general channel for a group to do [63] Cruel’s Intentions.
The mob you have to kill to complete this elite quest is in the same area, so look for a group to kill it while you do the other two quest. I recommend having a tank, a healer and some DPS class or killing Arazzius the Cruel will be a pain. Anyway, once you got a group together, go to the next paragraph and read infos about Arazzius the Cruel.
In the meantime, kill Terrorfiends until you complete [61] The Agony and the Darkness and [62] In Need of Felblood. The terrorfiends cast fel flames and it kinda hurts, so interrupt it or move away from it.
You also need to do [62] Arelion’s Journal in this area, you can find Arelion’s Knapsack hanging from a tree branch with a blood elf corpse near it (40,37)

 

Loot it and open the knapsack to find Arelion’s Journal.

2. [63] Cruel’s Intentions: This quest is not mandatory, but completing it early is very nice because the reward is worth it and will help you through leveling up to 70. If you really can’t find people to help you, it’s not a big deal, you can always come back later and try again.
Anyway, Arazzius the Cruel is at the end of the canyon in the Pools of Aggonar. He is guarded by two mistresses of doom, make sure you pull both before you engage Arazzius himself. Arazzius casts Pyroblast, Shadow Bolt Volleys and Inferno. You must absolutely interrupt inferno, or he will summon Infernals and things will get hectic. You can just heal through Pyroblast and Shadowbolt Volleys. However if you got plenty of classes with interrupts in your group, you might as well interrupt all his spells. But just make sure Inferno is kicked, pummeled or shield bashed, counterspelled or even earth shocked.

3. Get out of the Pools of Aggonar, get back on the road and ride west to the Fel Orc Corpse we checked before (34,44). Right-click the Ancestral Spirit Wolf Totem in your inventory and follow the wolf. He’ll lead you to Gorkan Bloodfist (32,28). Turn in [62] A Spirit Guide, get the follow up [62] The Mag’har.

4. Ride back to Thrallmar.

Turn in:

  • [61] The Agony and the Darkness.
  • [62] The Mag’har, get the follow up [62] Messenger to Thrall.
  • [63] Cruel’s Intentions (optional), we can still do that one later.

Fly to Falcon Watch, turn in all quests and get all the follow ups:

  • [62] Marking the Path
  • [62] Arelion’s Secret
  • [62] The Cleansing Must Be Stopped

Also get all the new quests available since level 61:

  • [61] Helping the Cenarion Post
  • [63] Trueflight Arrows
  • [61] Report to Zurai

Set Falcon Watch as your new home location

Now we’re gonna do a little circuit. Our main objective is to find Magister Aledis, you can see his route on the map below. He’s a blood elf riding a hawkstrider. Simply put, follow the next steps while always checking for him on the road. When you find him, get back to full health before you talk to him, because when you do he’ll turn agressive. He’s no real threat, but try to interrupt his pyroblast, it does more than 2k damage. You have to get him below 30% HP and then you’ll be able to turn in [62] Arelion’s Secret, get the follow up [62] The Mistress Revealed.

 

1. Follow the trail, until you see a camp of Bonestripper Vultures north of the trail (29,56). Kill every vultures in this camp, always keep an eye on the trail while killing vultures. If you run out of vultures to kill, get back on the trail, we’ll move to another camp. If not, stay here until you finish [63] Trueflight Arrows.

2. Keep following the trail until you reach the main road, follow it west, until you find the second vulture camp north of the road at (26,49). Kill vultures there until you finish [63] Trueflight Arrows, but watch out for the fel reaver passing by.

3. Get back on the road and go west until you reach Cenarion Post. Turn in the two quests you have and get the 4 quests available:

  • [63] Colossal Menace
  • [63] Keep Thornfang Hill Clear!
  • [63] Demonic Contamination
  • [62] The Cenarion Expedition

==Note== From now on, kill every Hulking Boar you find on your way.

If you still haven’t found Magister Aledis, go west, all the way to Thornfang Hill. If you still haven’t found him, turn around and follow the road east all the way to Falcon Watch, you should find him then unless you’re extremely unlucky. In any case, keep looking for him until you find him.

Now we’re gonna ride to Shattrath. The reason we do this is that you’ll then have the flight path to Shattrath, which is quite handy when you need to go to a main city to train new skills (For those who have never been to Shattrath before, there are 4 free portals in the central room. You can use those portals anytime you want to go to Orgrimmar, the Undercity, Thunder Bluff or Silvermoon City).

If you don’t know the way to Shattrath from Hellfire, here is how: zone to Zangarmarsh, then go south until you enter Terokkar, then just follow the road south/southwest and you should see Shattrath soon.

After you arrive in Shattrath, first you must find the flight master (63,41) and get the new flight path.
Then go take the portal to Orgrimmar. In Orgrimmar, go to Thrall’s Chamber. Turn in [62] Messenger to Thrall, watch thrall do his speech, then take the follow up [63] Envoy to the Mag’har.

While you’re here, go train your new skills, visit the auction house, make space in your bags, etc.

Hearthstone back to Falcon Watch. If it’s not up, ride back to Spinebreaker Post and fly to Falcon Watch. Turn in:

  • [62] The Mistress Revealed, get the follow up [62] Arelion’s Mistress
  • [63] Trueflight Arrows

 

1. Go to (28,40). Kill as many Hulking Helboars as you see in this area. !Watch out for the fel reaver passing by!. It doesn’t matter if you run out of boars and still haven’t finished [63] Demonic Contamination, we’ll finish it later. Proceed to the next step

2. Go to Mag’Har Post, the entrance is at (30,33), go all the way to the top and turn in [63] Envoy to the Mag’har. A new quest should be available behind you. Get [63] A Debilitating Sickness.

3. Go back down and go back to the area with the Hulking Boars, once again kill as many as you see. Once again it doesn’t matter if you don’t finish [63] Demonic Contamination. Go to the next step.

4. Get back on the road and ride east to the Pools of Aggonar.

==Note== For those who didn’t do [63] Cruel’s Intentions yet, now is your last chance. We won’t be coming back to the Pools of Aggonar in the guide. If you really can’t find help though, just save this quest for later or for level 70.

Clear the way until you reach the Altar of Aggonar (39,40). Clear the area around it, get back to full HP/mana and have your cooldowns ready if possible. When ready, use the Signaling Gem from your inventory, after 30 seconds or so, 3 draeneis will attack you, you just need to kill the Draenei Anchorite fast, you can then run away and ignore the other two, but feel free to kill them if you prefer.

Ride back to Falcon Watch.

Turn in [62] The Cleansing Must Be Stopped.

Sell junk, repair and re-stock food/drink.

 

1. Go east to the Great Fissure.

==Note== For those who didn’t do [63] Wanted: Blacktalon the Savage yet. Now is your last chance. If you can’t solo it and can’t find help, just abandon this quest and come back to do it at level 70.

First go to the Western Beacon (30,61), kill any nearby Stonescythe Whelp and then right-click the beacon. If you don’t kill nearby mobs, they will all attack you when you light the beacon.

2. Go directly east of this beacon and you should find the Central Beacon (34,60). Kill nearby whelps and then right-click the beacon.

3. Go south and enter the cave, find a Drycap Mushroom and loot it.

4. Get out of the cave and go southeast, you should soon find the Southern Beacon (36,65). No need to clear around this one, just light it up, one or two whelps will come only.
Southeast of this beacon you should see a path going up, take it to exit the great fissure.

5. Mount up, ride southeast to Expedition Armory and clear to the guard tower at the entrance of the town (57,77). Turn in [61] Honor the Fallen.
Melee classes: choose the sword, it will be useful later, so don’t sell it either until I say you can.

Now kill what you still need for [61] Make Them Listen.
Tip: there’s a lot of Unyielding Footmen nicely lined up on the hill behind the tower we just visited.

6. Go southeast to Spinebreaker Post (61,82). Turn in:

  • [61] Make Them Listen.
  • [61] Void Ridge, get the follow up [63] From the Abyss.

7. Go to the cave northwest of Zeth’Gor, inside the cave you should find Grillok “Darkeye” (66,71).
Clear the two necrolytes guarding the cave. Then when inside the cave, pull one of the Bleeding Hollow Grunts with a ranged attack, so that they come without Grillok.
When there’s only Grillok left, if you’re a melee class, equip the Blade of the Unyielding. Then attack Grillok, two Unyielding Knights will come to your aid if you attack him with the blade equiped.

After Grillok is dead, loot Grillok’s Eyepatch.

The Blade of the Unyielding can be vendored now if you wish so.

==Note== I’m aware that you can pull Grillok solo with a ranged attack, without killing his two bodyguards. However Grillok runs away in fear when low on health, resulting in aggroing those two guards if you’re unlucky, that’s why I have you kill the two guards first.

8. Get out of the cave, mount up and ride east/southeast and through the path leading to Void Ridge. Go all the way south in Void Ridge until you find two big violet crystals at (81,79):

 

Get full HP/Mana, and you’d better have your cooldowns and potion timer ready. Void Baron Galaxis will spawn with 2 adds, kill them first, they die very fast and if you don’t kill them, they will heal Galaxis for 5000HP each.
When you’re ready, right-click the Warp Rift Generator in your inventory. Kill him and loot Galaxis Soul Shard.

Hearthstone back to Falcon Watch. Turn in [62] Marking the Path

Sell junk, repair and re-stock food/drink.

 

1. Go southwest to the Den of Haal’esh (26,71). Kill every bird and birdman you find on your way while also look for Kaliri Nests

 

Open the nests and if a Female Kaliri Hatchling spawns, use your Empty Birdcage to capture it. You just need to do this once.

Go down the slope and stay on the main path until you see a little rocky path lit by torches on the left side. Take this path and go up, then cross the wooden bridge and turn left. You should soon find a big birdman named Avruu. Try to pull him solo and interrupt his Dark Mending spell if possible, then loot his orb. Right-click Avruu’s Orb and accept the quest [63] Avruu’s Orb.

2. Go back down the main path and this time go southeast instead of taking the rocky path, you will soon enter Haal’eshi Gorge (26,78 ). Keep going southeast, until you find a small hut. Next to it you should see a shining orb, get full HP/Mana before you click it. When you click it, an elemental will spawn and attack you. Beat him down to lower then 30% HP and then you should be able to turn in the quest [63] Avruu’s orb.

3. Go back the way you came from and you should soon see a yellow “!” on your minimap. Go there and you should find a a Wounded Blood Elf Pilgrim (24,77).

Before you take the escort quest, it would be best to find that Female Kaliri Hatchling and finish [62] Birds of a Feather, because the escort will take you all the way back to Falcon Watch, and you should easily get the remaining Haal’eshi Scrolls you miss during the escort.

About the escort itself, just remember these things:

  • Let the NPC walk ahead of you, to make sure he helps on every fight.
  • The NPC has a lot of hit points and can pretty much solo a single birdman. So if there’s just one mob on the npc, use it as an opportunity to eat/drink or loot corpses.

There will be an ambush at the exit, but nothing too difficult.

When ready, get the escort quest [63] The Road to Falcon Watch. After escorting your NPC succesfully, you’ll be right in front of the NPC ending this escort.

Turn in:

  • [63] The Road to Falcon Watch, get the follow up [63] A Pilgrim’s Plight
  • [62] Birds of a Feather
  • [62] Magic of the Arakkoa

4. Go southwest to Dustquill Ravine, clear the way to the southern most part of the Ravine, where you should find a Torn Pilgrim’s Pack (22,68).

 

Loot it.

5. Mount up, go northwest to Cenarion Post (16,52). Kill the few Hulking Boars you might still be missing for [63] Demonic Contamination. Then turn in [63] Demonic Contamination, get the follow up [63] Testing the Antidote. Find a hulking boar, there are plenty around the camp and east of it. Get the boar to low health (under 50%HP is enough) and then click the Cenarion Antidote – some red flask – from your inventory. The boar will grow and be renamed to Dreadtusk. Finish it off and you should get a quest complete message.
Go back to Cenarion Post and turn in the quest [63] Testing the Antidote.

6. Go southwest to the Ruins of Sha’naar (14,55). Kill Taskmasters – just ignore the Dreghood Brutes, they will stop attacking once you kill the taskmaster linked to them. Avoid Azreth the Merciless, he roams up and down the path in the middle of the ruins.
In one of the houses to the left you should find Akoru the Firecaller (15,59), easy to find thanks to the yellow “!” on your minimap. Go to him and get his quest [62] Naladu.

To find Naladu, first you have to wait for Arzeth the Merciless to take a walk away from the stairs. Then move up those stairs and go left, you should find Naladu in a small hut at the end of this path (16,65). Turn in the quest [62] Naladu and get the follow up [62] A Traitor Among Us.

Once again wait for Arzeth the Merciless to be away from the stairs and then go to the main hut infront of the stairs. Inside the hut you should find a Metal Coffer, open it and receive the Sha’Nar Key.
Return to Naladu, turn in the quest [62] A Traitor Among Us and get the follow up [62] The Dreghood Elders.

Wait for Arzeth to walk away from the stairs, then go down and turn left, in the first hut to the left you should find Morod the Windstirrer, talk to him and free him.
About 50 yards directly north of the hut you should find Aylaan the Waterwaker, free him too.
Go east to the hut where we found the first quest giver ealier, Akoru the Firecaller. Free him.
Go back to Nadalu and turn in the quest, get the follow up [62] Arzeth’s Demise.
Now time to payback that big demon for all the time he made us wait down those stairs!
Get close enough to Arzeth to use your Staff of the Dreghood Elders, this will turn Arzeth into a non-elite monster, easy to solo.
==Note== He will still be immune to movement impairing effects like Frostbolt, so don’t try to kite him, just take the beating and kill him before he kills you.

Go back to Naladu and turn in [62] Arzeth’s Demise.

Before leaving the Ruins of Sha’naar, kill as many taskmasters as you need to finish [63] Source of the Corruption.

7. Get out of the ruins. Go northwest to Thornfang Hill (12,50) and start to kill Thornfang Ravagers and Thornfang Venomspitters. At the same time, ask in the general channel if someone wants to team up to do [63+] Colossal Menace. The giants you need to kill for this quest are a few steps north of thornfang hill, but are too hard to solo for most classes. Keep killing Ravagers until you find help to do [63+] Colossal Menace. This quest is really worth it, you will get nearly 20000XP from it.

8. Go north of Thornfang Hill and start to kill giants. The first colossus you kill will drop a Crimson Crystal Shard, right-click it to get the quest [63] Crimson Crystal Clue.
The colossus splits into 3 smaller colossi when you damage them, I recommend killing the small ones as soon as they spawn. They do almost as much damage as the big one but have much less hit points.

9. Once you have completed both [63] Keep Thornfang Hill Clear! and [63] Colossal Menace, go back to Cenarion Post and turn in:

  • [63] Keep Thornfang Hill Clear!
  • [63] Colossal Menace
  • [63] Crimson Crystal Clue, get the follow up [63+]The Earthbinder

Now turn in right away [63] The Earthbinder.

After turning it in, Earthbinder Galandria Nightbreeze will move off the earth mound and plant a seed. Shortly after, an elite colossus will spawn, it is easily soloable if you let Earthbinder Galandria tank for you, just let her get sufficient aggro before you start to attack.
After the colossus is dead she will have another quest for you [63+] Natural Remedies. You may choose to do this quest or not, it is optional. It gives 13550 XP and some decent rewards, but it is harder than the previous one because you have to go in the middle of the colossus fields this time, clear a lot of space around the big red crystal and then use your Seed of Revitalization on it. A big colossus will spawn and you’ll have to kill it, he does knockback (that’s why we clear the area around him). Most classes can’t solo this, so you’ll have to find a partner to do it. If you can’t be bothered with that, just don’t take this quest and save it for level 70.

8. Ride west, go through Thornfang Hill and enter Zangarmarsh. Keep going until you reach Cenarion Refuge.

Get the following quests:

  • [62] The Umbrafen Tribe
  • [63] Plants of Zangarmarsh

From the wanted poster on the first house to the left:

  • [64] Leader of the Darkcrest
  • [63] Leader of the Bloodscale

Go to the inn, get [62] The Dying Balance. Turn in [62] The Cenarion Expedition and get [63] Disturbance at Umbrafen Lake and [64] Warden Hamoot. Go to the innkeeper and check his goods, he should have Cenarion Spirits on the 3rd page. Buy one.
Go to the other building, move to the top of it and turn [64] Warden Hamoot, get the follow up [64] A Warm Welcome.

9. Go northeast until you find Swamprat Post (85,55). Get the new flight path, turn in [61] Report to Zurai.

Fly to Falcon Watch. Turn in:

  • [63] Source of the Corruption
  • [63] A Pilgrim’s Plight

Go to the npc with the blue “?” above her. Accept her quest and turn it in, follow her, and when she stops and says “I can’t wait to try this wine!”, use Carinda’s Scroll of Retribution on her. You should get a quest complete message for [62] Arelion’s Mistress.
Go turn it in inside Falcon Watch.

Sell junk, repair and re-stock food/drink.

 

1. Go northeast and then down the ravine west of Hellfire Citadel. Go all the way down till you’re in the area called Hellfire Basin (45,49).

Get full HP/Mana and read the next paragraph before you start this event.

This is definitely soloable, I’ve done it with pretty much every classes, and even with very poorly equipped characters.
You will have to defend a crystal for about 4 minutes. Waves of imps will come, they are quite weak but there are a lot of them. At some point a fel warden will spawn, those hurt a lot more than the imps, so kill it immediately. As time passes, some dark smoky objects will spawn around the crystal and shoot a beam towards it. When there are 4 of them, it means you’re almost done. Hold about 30 more seconds and mobs will stop spawning, the crystal will start to shoot dark crystal smokes upwards. This means you’re done, right click the crystal and click on the dialog line to complete the quest.
Tip: If you run low on HP or Mana, back off a little and eat/drink. You can let the crystal take a beating, he won’t die so easily.

When you’re ready, right-click the Demoniac Scryer in your bag.

2. Get out of this ravine and go northwest to Mag’Har Post. Go all the way to the top and turn in [63] A Debilitating Sickness, get the follow up [63] Administering the Salve. Go look for Debilitated Mag’Har Grunts, they can be found scattered across the Mag’Har grounds, mostly inside buildings, on the second floor, and around most buildings. Use the Healing Salve on 10 of them.

Go back to Earthcaller Ryga and turn in [63] Administering the Salve.

3. Hearthstone back to Falcon Watch, fly to Thrallmar.

Make Thrallmar your home location.

Go turn in [61] The Demoniac Scryer on the northwestern hill of Thrallmar, get the follow up [61] Report to Nazgrel. Go to the main building and turn in [61] Report to Nazgrel, get the follow up [63] The Foot of the Citadel.

Now here’s what we’re gonna do. Start looking for a group to do [63] The Foot of the Citadel and/or a Hellfire Rampart group. Hellfire Rampart is a very quick instance and the XP is actually quite nice, not to mention the nice rewards from the bosses and the quest.

While you look for a group for either of those things, if you feel like it, you can do the pvp quest now, all you have to do is stand inside the objectives until they become controlled by the Horde (this can’t work if it’s already controlled by the Horde, so you might have to come back later). This quest only gives 5000 experience, but it gives reputation and marks which you can use as currency to buy some rewards at the Thrallmar quartermaster. And a little bit of PvP is a nice break from questing/grinding. However this is optional, so it’s your choice! I personally did that quest on my rogue while looking for a healer who wanted to team up to do [63] The Foot of the Citadel (explained below).

4. [63] The Foot of the Citadel. So you found a group to do this quest? Go to the foot of Hellfire Citadel (49,50). There you should find a path between the walls, and you should see Force-Commander Gorax there.

 

Pull to the spot shown on the map, wait till Gorax walks up and then pull the first 2 orcs who are practicing on dummies. Then wait for Gorax to walk down and pull him solo. Kill him at the spot shown on the map.
He does blade fury, so if your group is composed of several melees, they will need a lot of healing, or will have to back off to bandage up. He also charges people randomly, but it doesn’t knockback.
All in all he’s an easy job for a 3-man team if you have a healer. Without a healer, you’ll need probably need to do some kiting.

After Gorax is dead, let everyone get back to full HP/mana. Stand where you killed Gorax and have someone use the Challenge From the Horde banner on the corpse of Gorax.
The Hand of Kargath and 2 guards will spawn at the entrance of the gate. If you were positioned correctly, they shouldn’t aggro you, so you can prepare your pull carefully.

Here is what I advise:

  • If you got a mage or druid: Polymorph or Root the Hand of Kargath. Kill the 2 guards first, they are not elite, so they die fast, but they charge people and it’s annoying, so it’s best to take them out first.
    Then kill the Hand of Kargath. When he’s solo he’s no problem, he can be stunned, rooted, kited. Just be careful not to aggro any nearby orc.
  • If you have neither of these classes: Just burn down the adds first as quick as you can, and then focus on the Hand of Kargath.

==Warning== the Hand of Kargath also does Blade Fury, so melees should stun him when he activates it, or back off for a while until it’s off. (Or just heal through it if your healer has the mana).

After you kill the Hand of Kargath, don’t forget to loot his head.

If you really can’t find help for this quest, abandon it and save it for level 70.

Go back to Thrallmar (use Hearthstone if it’s up). Turn in [63] The Foot of the Citadel.

5. At this point, if you haven’t done the Hellfire Ramparts instance, now would be the right time to do it. So if you feel like it, try to get a group and do the instance. You can follow it up with a Blood Furnace run, which is also a nice instance to do at level 61-62. It’s a plus to level up doing instances, it means you’ll have more quests left to do when you hit level 70, and thus more easy gold!

6. Fly to Spinebreaker Post, turn in [62] Grillok “Darkeye” and [63] From the Abyss. This should easily make you ding level 62 (if you aren’t 62 already).

Level 62


Fly to Shattrath, take a portal to a city and go train your new skills, visit the AH, make space in your bags, re-stock consumables, etc.

When ready, hearthstone back to Thrallmar and fly to Swamprat Post.
Get all the quests from here (there should be 6), and you should now have 13 quests listed under Zangarmarsh in your quest log.

Zangarmarsh tips:

  • If you kill a spore bat while being in melee range the moment it dies, you will get a 5 minute buff: +30 to all stats. So just kill spore bats whenever they are on your way and get this nifty buff.
  • Don’t sell Fertile Spores if you find any. They drop from the following mobs: Sporebats, Greater Sporebats, Fen Striders, Marsh Walkers. So kill those mobs on sight, you will need 6 Fertile Spores for a quest later on.
  • Don’t sell Unidentified Plant Parts, they can be found on all non-humanoid creatures in Zangarmarsh.

==Note== From now on, while following the circuits, kill these creatures on sight:

  • Marshfang Rippers
  • All 4 types of “Giant Bees” (Umbraglow Stinger, Fenglow Stinger, Marshlight Bleeder, Bogflare Needler)
  • Fen Striders, Marsh Walkers, Spore Bats, Greater Spore Bats, until you have 6 Fertile Spores, then you can stop killing them on the way.

 

1. Go southwest to Cenarion Refuge.

Go to the inn, make it your home location.

2. Go west until you hit Umbrafen Lake. Do a full anti-clockwise circle around the lake (as shown on map), while killing Mire Hydras. You don’t have to go in the water to find them, they are all pretty close to the shore, sometimes they are underwater and can’t be seen, but you can target them easily using your tab key, and pull them out with a ranged ability (you’ll also have to interrupt their poison spit for them to come to you). Also kill Nagas and Umbrafen Eels who get in your way.

3. Keep going south until you reach the steam pump at (71,79). You should get a quest update message for the [63] Disturbance at Umbrafen Lake quest.

4. ==Note== It doesn’t matter if you haven’t finished the [62] Thick Hydra Scales quest at this point.

Use the Potion of Water Breathing which you should have in your inventory, dive in the lake and hunt Umbrafen Eels until you have 8 Eel Filet and 10 Unidentified Plant Parts. Arm yourself with patience, this may take a while.

5. When you’re done with the eel hunting, exit Lake Umbrafen on the east side and go southeast to the spot marked on the map (82,74). You should find Boglash, a named bog strider, he roams up and down the shallow waters in this area.
He is elite but can be soloed by pretty much any class, even with average gear. Make sure your long cooldown abilities and potion timers are ready and it should be ok. He is immune to fear and movement impairing effects, however he can be interrupted and stunned, so make sure you interrupt his forked lightning spell.
Tip: Before attacking Boglash, find a Spore Bat and get the spore buff.

6. Go south to Umbrafen Village (83,80). Kill every Broken in the village, then move south to the next village, clear it too.

7. Move further southeast to the main village. Clear it and enter the main building (85,90). On the top floor you should find Kataru, kill him.
Now go kill what you still need to complete [62] The Umbrafen Tribe.

8. When you are done, move to the middle village (83,85), and you should find Kayra Longmane in one of the huts.
If she’s not there it means someone else is currently doing the escort quest, so just kill stuff in the area while waiting for her to come back. When you’re ready to start the escort quest, talk to Kayra and get the quest [63] Escape from Umbrafen.
Escort her back to Cenarion Refuge.

9. In Cenarion Refuge turn in:

  • [62] The Umbrafen Tribe, get the follow up [62] A Damp, Dark Place
  • [63] Plants of Zangarmarsh. This NPC should now have a repeatable quest: [64] Identify Plant Parts.
    Whenever you get 10 more plant parts, turn them in here for extra reputation (you can only repeat this quest until Honored)
    It is possible to get [63]Uncatalogued Species from the Package of Identified Plants you get, if you are lucky enough to get one accept the quest but wait with turning it in until you are honored with Cenarion Expedition.
  • Get the quest [62] Saving the Sporeloks from the same NPC
  • Right behind you, there should be a new quest available, [62+] Safeguarding the Watchers, get it
  • Go to the Inn and turn in [62]The Dying Balance
  • Turn in [63] Disturbance at Umbrafen Lake, get the follow up [63] As the Crow Flies
  • Turn in [63] Escape from Umbrafen

Now right-click the Stormcrow Amulet from your inventory. You don’t have to do anything, just enjoy the ride. When it’s over, turn in the quest [63] As the Crow Flies, get the follow up [64] Balance Must Be Preserved.

Sell junk and repair, re-stock food/drink.

 

1. Mount up, go westwards until you reach Zabra’jin (33,50).
Turn in [62] Report to Shadow Hunter Denjai, on the 2nd floor of the inn.
Get all the quests available in this village.
Get the new flight path.

==Note== From now on, gather Burstcap Mushrooms whenever you see one on your way (they are only found around Zabra’jin).

 


Also gather Glowcap mushrooms, those can be found on the whole western side of Zangarmarsh, you’ll need 10 for a quest later on, and you’ll need even more if you want to buy certain things from the Sporeggar vendors, because it’s their currency.

 

And you’re still supposed to be killing the mobs I mentioned before on your way.

2. Go north of Zabra’jin and follow the road, you should soon enter an area filled with ogres, called Hewn Bog. Keep going further north and you should find Boss Grog’ak on the side of the road (35,35). He’s an easy fight, but be careful with his knockback, position yourself so you don’t end up knocked into more ogres. Kill him and loot Boss Grog’ak’s Head.

3. Go back to Zabra’jin, turn in [64] WANTED: Boss Grog’ak, get the follow up [64] Impending Attack.

4. Go west of Zabra’jin and make a half circle around the western bank of the lake (as shown on the map), kill as many Marshlight Bleeders as you can.

5. If you follow the arrow I drew on the map, you should end up at the Ango’rosh Grounds. Go to the tower at (19,27), at the top of it you should find the Ango’rosh Attack Plans.

 

Loot them.

6. Go back the way you came from, follow the arrow on the map backwards, kill Marshlight Bleeders until you finish [62] There’s No Explanation for Fashion and [64] Stinging the Stingers. Then go back to Zabra’jin.

Turn in:

  • [64] Stinging the Stingers, get the follow up [64] The Sharpest Blades
  • [64] Impending Attack, get the follow up [64] Us or Them.
  • Also get [64] Message to the Daggerfen

==Note== We no longer need to kill “Giant Bees” on the way. The kill list is now:

  • Marshfang Rippers
  • Marshfang Slicers
  • Fen Striders, Marsh Walkers, Spore Bats, Greater Spore Bats, until you have 6 Fertile Spores
  • And of course gather the 2 type of mushrooms I mentioned above

7. Go northeast to Serpent Lake. Swim in, use a charge of your Water Breathing Potion and look for Fenclaw Trashers. There’s plenty of them close to the steam pump in the middle of the lake. If needed, you can eat and drink on one of the pump’s steel tubes. Stay here until you’ve killed 10 Fenclaw Trashers and have also finished [62] Thick Hydra Scales.

8. Hearthstone back to Cenarion Refuge.

9. Go to Swamprat Post, turn in:

  • [62] Thick Hydra Scales, get the follow up [62] Searching for Scout Jyoba
  • [61] No More Mushrooms! get the follow up [62] A Job Undone
  • [62] There’s No Explanation for Fashion

Sell junk, repair and re-stock food/drink.

 

1. Go north to the Dead Mire, and find Scout Jyoba at (81,36).

 

Turn in [62] Searching for Scout Jyoba and get the follow up [62] Jyoba’s Report.

Now kill Withered Giants – they can be found everywhere in the Dead Mire – until you find Scout Jyoba’s Report and a Withered Basidium. Right-click it to start the quest [62] Withered Basidium.

==Note== Don’t sell Bog Lord Tendrils, they’ll be needed for a quest later on.

2. Go southwest until you are at (77,45). You should find a named sporebat called Sporewing in this area. Kill Sporewing.

3. Go west to Bloodscale Grounds (65,41). You should find a named naga there, Rajis Fyashe. She is elite and most classes probably can’t solo her, she casts frostbolts for 800dmg, tosses you in the air, summons a small elemental and she is immune to root and snare effects. So try to find a partner to duo this quest while you grind on nearby nagas. While grinding on those nagas, you might find Drain Schematics. If you don’t find them, no problem, we’ll get them later.
If you really can’t find help for [63] Leader of the Bloodscale, just abandon the quest. Come back to do it at level 70.

4. Just slightly west you should find a steam pump at the eastern tip of Serpent Lake (62,41). Go next to the controle console and use your Ironvine Seeds.

5. Hunt Marshfang Rippers until you finish [62] Menacing Marshfangs. They can be found pretty much everywhere in between this naga village and Cenarion Refuge.

==Note== No need to kill Marshfang Rippers on the way anymore.

6. Go back to Swamprat Post, turn in:

  • [62] Menacing Marshfangs, get the follow up [62] Nothin’ Says Lovin’ Like a Big Stinger
  • [62] A Job Undone
  • [62] Jyoba’s Report
  • [62] Withered Basidium

7. Go to Cenarion Refuge, turn in [63] Leader of the Bloodscale if you did it. If not, abandon it.

Sell junk and repair, re-stock food/drink.

 

1. Head south/southwest to Funggor Cavern (75,90) which is southwest of Umbrafen Village, there is small path going up to access it.
Enter the cave. At the 1st fork, go right. At the 2nd fork, go right, then go down the slope and look for Ikeyen’s Belongings, it’ a small box on top of a flat rock, loot it.

 

Go further down the slope and this time go left. Go to the end of that tunnel and you should find Lord Klaq. He is guarded by 3 other fungal giants, but it’s still manageable if you go your cooldowns and pot timers ready. Just kill Lord Klaq first and run away if you can’t handle them all, wait until they get attacked by sporeloks and Lord Klaq should come solo as long as you don’t do damage to the other fungal giants. They will link later once they’ve killed the sporeloks, but you should be far away already. Anyway, I’ve managed to solo Lord Klaq + his 3 guards with every class I’ve played at this level, so you should be able to.
==Note== They can also be splitted, I managed quite often to pull 1-2 guards without Lord Klaq first.

Keep killing stuff in this cave until you finish [62] Saving the Sporeloks.

2. Get out of the cave. Mount up, go northwest to the Umbrafen Lake Steam Pump (71,81). There should be a Steam Pump Overseer guarding it. Kill it and if you’re lucky, it will drop Drain Schematics, loot them and right-click them to start the quest [63] Drain Schematics. If he doesn’t drop them, no problem, just read the rest of this paragraph.
Go next to the control console and click the Ironvine Seeds in your inventory. Another Steam Pump Overseer should spawn and attack you. Kill it, loot the schematics if you don’t have them. If he still didn’t drop the schematics, keep using your Ironvine Seeds to spawn more Steam Pump Overseers, until you get the schematics.

3. Go northwest to the Darkcrest Enclave (65,69). Now we’re gonna kill an elite naga called Rajah Haghazed. He can be found in the middle of the naga village under at gazebo structure directly southeast of the steam pump. Most classes can’t solo this, so look for a partner to duo it with while killing nagas in the area. If you really can’t find help to kill Rajah, just abandon the quest.

4. Go west to the steam pump next to the lake called The Lagoon. Clear the way to the Steam Pump (63,65) and disable it with your Ironvine Seeds.

5. Clear the way southwest until you’re out of the naga area.
Mount up and ride west around the southern bank of the lake, until you reach Feralfen Village (50,62). Kill feralfen mobs there until you have 10 Feralfen Protection Totems. If you run out of mobs to kill, there is another camp just a little west and another one further southwest.

6. On the northerneastern side of Feralfen Village you should find a named bee called Blacksting (50,60). Kill her and loot Blacksting’s Stinger.

7. Ride north to Serpent Lake, swim towards the middle of the lake until you reach the big steam pump at (50,41). You will have to swim down a little to get the quest update message for [63] Drain Schematics.

8. Hearthstone back to Cenarion Refuge.

Turn in:

  • [63] Drain Schematics, get the follow up [64] Warning the Cenarion Circle
  • [64] Leader of the Darkcrest (if you did it, if not, abandon it)
  • [62] Saving the Sporeloks
  • [62] A Damp, Dark Place
  • [62] Safeguarding the Watchers

Also turn in all the extra Unidentified Plant Parts you got. You should now be Friendly with the Cenarion Expedition.
Get the quest [64] Blessings of the Ancients and go talk to the two big walking trees in town: Ashyen and Kelth, ask them for their marks.

Turn in [64] Blessings of the Ancients. From now on, you can always go talk to the two trees to get their blessing, which is a nice 30 minute buff, one gives +spell damage, the other gives +attack power.

Go to the inn, get the quests [63] Watcher Leesa’oh and [63] What’s Wrong at Cenarion Thicket?

9. Mount up and ride east all the way to Hellfire Peninsula. Go to Cenarion Post (16,52) and turn in [64] Warning the Cenarion Circle and get the follow up [63] Return to the Marsh.

Ride back to Cenarion Refuge.

Turn in [63] Return to the Marsh, get the follow up [65] Failed Incursion. This quest leads you to the Coilfang Reservoir instances, so if you don’t plan on doing them before level 70, you should abandon the quest for now. However, if you do want to do the instances, you can start looking for a Slave Pens group from now on. Don’t hesistate to join the first group you see forming up, cause it’s rather hard to get instance groups going at this level.

Sell junk, repair, re-stock food/drink.

When ready to go again, ride to Swamprat Post and turn in [62] Nothin’ Says Lovin’ Like a Big Stinger. Then fly to Zabra’jin.

Turn in:

  • [62] Spirits of the Feralfen, get the follow up [64] A Spirit Ally?
  • [64] Angling to Beat the Competition, get the follow ups [64] The Biggest of Them All and [64] Pursuing Terrorclaw

Make Zabra’jin your home location.

==Note== Remember, we’re still gathering Burstcap Mushrooms and Glowcap mushrooms and still killing Marshfang Slicers on sight.
Same thing goes for Fen Striders, Marsh Walkers, Spore Bats, Greater Spore Bats, if you still don’t have 6 Fertile Spores.

 

1. Follow the road southwest until you find Watcher Leesa’oh, turn in [63] Watcher Leesa’oh, get [63] Observing the Sporelings.

2. Go west until you find a sporelok named Fahssn (19,63). Get his 2 quests: [63] The Sporelings’ Plight and [64] Natural Enemies.

3. Go further west to the area called the Spawning Glen.
Kill every giant you on your way and look for Mature Spore Sacs.

 

You should also get a “Investigate the Spawning Glen” message.

Stay in this area until you have at least 6 Bog Lord Tendrils and 10 Mature Spore Sacs.

4. Go back to Fahssn, turn in the two quests.

5. Go to Watcher Leesa’oh, turn in [63] Observing the Sporelings, get the follow up [64] A Question of Gluttony.

6. Head east to the Quagg Ridge (27,63). Kill giants in the way while looking for Discarded Nutriments on the ground:

 

==Warning== The giants spawn unstable mushrooms at their feet. Move away from them before they are fully grown or you’ll get hurt. Just a few steps away is enough.

7. Once you have 10 of them, go back to Leesa’oh and turn in [64] A Question of Gluttony, get the follow up [63] Familiar Fungi.

8. Go back to the Quagg Ridge, and this time clear the way east until you exit it. You should end up in a swamp area with Marshfang Slicers and Sporebats (33,60). Kill stuff in this area until you find a named nether ray called Count Ungula. Kill it and loot “Count” Ungula’s Mandible. Right-click it and start the quest [64] The Count of the Marshes.
Stay in this area and kill Marshfang Slicers until you finish [64] The Sharpest Blades

9. Go southeast to the Boha’mu Ruins (44,66). Stand at the bottom of the first set of stairs and right-click the Feralfen Totem in your inventory. A level 64 Feralfen Serpent Spirit will spawn, kill it.

10. Go to the area around Zabra’jin and gather Burstcap Mushrooms until you finish [64] Burstcap Mushrooms, Mon! if you haven’t already done that.

==Note== You no longer need to kill anything on the way besides Fen Striders, Marsh Walkers, Spore Bats, Greater Spore Bats, if you still don’t have 6 Fertile Spores, we’ll need those soon.
Also gather Glowcap mushrooms.

Go to Zabra’jin, turn in:

  • [64] Burstcap Mushrooms, Mon!, get [64] Have You Ever Seen One of These?
  • [64] A Spirit Ally?
  • [64] The Sharpest Blades

Sell junk, repair, re-stock food/drink.

 

1. Go north to the Hewn Bog (32,38). Kill ogres there until you finish [63] Familiar Fungi. Also stay in this area until you have 10 Glowcap Mushrooms.

2. Head southeast, enter Serpent Lake and swim to the small isle at (42,42). On the northeastern tip of the isle, you should find Mragesh just under the surface of lake. Kill it.

Hearthstone to Zabra’jin, turn in:

[64] The Biggest of Them All

This should make you ding level 63.

Level 63


3. Go southwest to Watcher Leesa’oh. Turn in:

  • [63] Familiar Fungi, get the follow up [64] Stealing Back the Mushrooms
  • [64] The Count of the Marshes

4. Go to the Spawning Glen. Kill giants and gather mature spore sacs until you complete either of the following objectives:

  • Reputation Unfriendly 2250/3000 with Sporeggar and have 6 Bog Lord Tendril + 10 Mature Spore Sacsor
  • Reputation Unfriendly 1500/3000 with Sporeggar and have 12 Bog Lord Tendril + 10 Mature Spore Sacs

Basically, susbstract 750 faction needed for every 6 Bog Lord Tendril or 10 Mature Spore Sacs you have.

5. Go back to Fahssn, turn in everything you have. You should now at least be 750/3000 in Neutral with Sporeggar. If you aren’t, go kill more giants/gather more spore sacs.

Get the quest [64] Sporeggar from Fahssn.

6. Go north to Sporeggar.

Get the quest [64] Glowcap Mushrooms, turn it in instantly.
Get the quest [64] Fertile Spores, turn it in instantly.
And lastly turn in [64] Sporeggar.

Now you should be friendly with Sporeggar and a new quest should be up. [64] Now That We’re Friends…, get this quest.

You can sell junk and repair at the Sporeggar Quartermaster, in the southwestern hut of the village.

 

1. Go northeast and swim to the southermost isle of Marshlight Lake (23,45). Kill every Bogstrok on the isle besides Terrorclaw. Kill him last because he casts fear and you don’t want to fight him plus 2 or 3 extra crabs.

2. Go northeast to the Steam Pump (25,43) and disable it with your Ironvine Seeds.

3. Now go to the naga village called Bloodscale Enclave (26,43) and kill nagas until you finish [64] A Warm Welcome and [64] Now That We’re Friends…
==Warning== Beware of the “Freezing Circle” ability cast by the Bloodscale Enchantresses. It does 2200 frost damage if you don’t get away from its radius in time.

4. Go north to Daggerfen Village. First, go to the main building at (25,26). Clear to the top of it and kill Chieftain Mummaki. Loot Chieftain Mummaki’s Totem.

Go to the northeastern part of Daggerfen Village, and find a flat grey stone at (27,23)

 

Stand next to it and use the Murloc Cage from your inventory. This should complete [64] Have You Ever Seen One of These?

Now kill stuff in Daggerfen Village until you finish [64] Message to the Daggerfen.

5. Go northwest to the ogre island, you can find a bridge to access it at (17,13). Cross the bridge and turn right (don’t enter the cave). Go up the hill and to your left you should see a small ogre building, Overlord Gorefist is in there. Kill him.
Keep grinding in the area until you have completed [64] Us or Them and [64] Stealing Back the Mushrooms.

The mushrooms can drop from any ogres but can also be looted from crates, scattered all across the ogre camp.

Hearthstone back to Zabra’jin.

Turn in:

  • [64] Message to the Daggerfen
  • [64] Us or Them
  • [64] Wanted: Chieftain Mummaki
  • [64] Pursuing Terrorclaw
  • [64] Have You Ever Seen One of These?

Go southwest to Watcher Leesa’oh, turn in [64] Stealing Back the Mushrooms.

Go nortwest to Sporeggar, turn in [64] Now That We’re Friends…, don’t get the follow up, it’s just a repeatable quest to get reputation with Sporeggar.

If you intend to do the Coilfang Reservoir instances, get the quests:

  • [65] Bring Me A Shrubbery!
  • [65] Oh, It’s On!
  • [65] Stalk the Stalker

==Note== From now on, if you see a group forming for The Underbog or the Salve Pens instance, you should join it.

Go back to Zabra’jin, fly to Swamprat Post.

Ride to Cenarion Refuge, turn in:

  • [64] Balance Must Be Preserved
  • [64] A Warm Welcome

Fly to Shattrath. Mount up and exit through the eastern bridge.

 

1. Follow the road east to Cenarion Thicket (44,26). Find Earthbinder Tavgren and turn in [63] What’s Wrong at Cenarion Thicket? Get the follow ups [63] Clues in the Thicket and [63] Strange Energy.

2. Enter Cenarion Thicket, follow the path and turn left, you should find Warden Treelos on the way, get his quest [64] It’s Watching You!
Go inside the tower and clear the way up. Get full HP/Mana before you get to the top, then go and kill Naphthal’ar (be careful he does a little knockback, so fight with a pillar behind your back).

Go to the other building on the other side of the path, in the middle of it, in front of the counter you should see a Strange Object:

 

Right-click it and examine it.
Find Warden Treelos and turn in [64] It’s Watching You!
Kill Vicious Teromoth until you have 4 Vicous Teromoth Samples.
Get out and turn in [63] Clues in the Thicket.

3. Now kill Teromothes south of the road until you have 4 Teromoth Samples.
Go back to Earthbinder Tavgren and turn in [63] Strange Energy, get the follow up [63] By Any Means Necessary.

4. Now we need to find Empoor, he patrols in between Shattrath and Tuurem, and also on the pathes going north and south of Shattrath, check the orange path I drew on the map to see his route exactly. Be full HP and ready when you find him, because when you talk to him he’ll attack you and so will his friend. You just need to get Empoor below 30%HP and he will stop attacking, then you will be able to turn in the quest [63] By Any Means Necessary. Get the follow up [63] Wind Trader Lathrai.

5. Go southeast to Stonebreaker Hold (50,44). Turn in [62] News from Zangarmarsh.

Get all the quests, there should be 9.

Get the new flight path.

Sell junk, repair, re-stock food/drink.

Fly to Shattrath.

After landing, look on your minimap for a yellow “!” showing the location of a Haggard War Veteran, get his quest [65] A’dal. Ride straight to the center of Shattrath, turn in the quest [65] A’dal.

Now get the quest [65] City of Light from Khadgar and follow his servant around until you get a complete message.

Go back to Khadgar and turn in [65] City of Light and now comes a choice you have to make: become an ally of the Scryers or of the Aldor? In my opinion it doesn’t really matter, it’s up to personal preferences. Here are the rewards you can get from each faction:

http://www.wowwiki.com/Comparison_of_Aldor_and_Scryer_rewards

==Note== From now on I will be using the following color code for Aldors and Scryers.

Aldors

Get the quest [65] Ishanah.
On the Aldor Rise, ride further northwest to the main building, turn in [65] Ishanah, get the other quest [64] Restoring the Light.
Go to the innkeeper (28,49) and set Shattrath as your home location.

Scryers

Get the quest [65] Voren’thal the Seer.
Head south and take the lift to the Scryers’ Tier.
Go up to the main building and turn in [65] Voren’thal the Seer.

Find the Scryers’ inn.

Make it your home location.

==Note== The following paragraph in italic seems to have been removed since patch 2.4.0, so if Magister Falris doesn’t have the quest [65] Losing Gracefully, skip to the next paragraph.
Get the quest [65] Losing Gracefully from Magister Falris, who stands outside the main building on the Scryers Tier.
Take the lift and go down back to the Terrace of Light. Go a little bit northeast and find the Marksman Regiment’s Cooking Pot (61,51), which should be next to the aldor npcs which hang out close to the Scryers’ bank. Click the cooking pot, turn in the quest. A script will take place, but you don’t have to watch it.

Both

Go to the central room and take a portal to a main city and train your new skills, sell stuff, re-stock consumables.

Hearthstone back to Shattrath City (or get a teleport to Shattrath if your Hearthstone is still on cooldown).
Now before we start with the quests in Terrokar, there is one last thing we can still do in Zangarmarsh: instances.
Try to get a group going for the Slave Pens and The Underbog and do all the quests if you haven’t done them already. Hopefully you’ll get some decent upgrades.
If you can’t or don’t want to do those instances it’s ok, we’ll just need to grind a bit at the end of this chapter. Once you’re done with The Slave Pens and The Underbog, move on to the next paragraph.

 

1. Go to the nothern part of Shattrath, in the Lower City. Find the inn (64,16) and get the quest [64]Rather Be Fishin’ from Seth.
Aldors: Get the quest [64] A Cure for Zahlia from the same building.

2. Go west to the Skettis area, move up to the tree house and get [65]The Outcast’s Plight from Vekax.

3. Get down, turn in [63] Surrender to the Horde and get [62] The Eyes of Skettis from Rilak the Redeemed (53,21).

4. Mount up and ride out of Shattrath by the northeastern tunnel. You should find Silmyr Lake (38,13). Use a charge of your water breathing potion if you still got one. Dip in and hunt Shimmerscale Eels until you complete [64] Rather Be Fishin’.

Go back to Shattrath, take a flight path to Stonebreaker Hold.

==Note== From now on, kill every Timber Worg/Alpha or Warp Stalker on your way and also look for Olemba Seeds. They can be found in every forest area in Terrokar and look like this:

 

 

1. Head north/northeast, kill stuff on the way and gather some Olemba Seeds. Go all the way to Veil Shienor (59,27).
Enter Veil Shienor, clear the way to the eastern tree and enter the front door. Go up, then cross the bridge to the next tree and loot the Eye of Veil Shienor:

 

Go back down and find Ayit in a small hut in between the two trees. Kill him.

2. Go west and then north to Veil Reskk (50,20). Clear the way inside the village until you find the wooden bridge going up to the tree house, Ashkaz should be on top of the tree house, if he’s not there, someone killed him recently, so wait for him to respawn. Cross the bridge to the 2nd tree house and loot the Eye of Veil Reskk.

Aldor: Find the 3 altars and right-click them.

 

Northern Altar: (51, 17)
Eastern Altar: (49, 20)
Western Altar: (48, 14.5)

Both: Now kill Arakkoas until you’ve completed [62] Arakkoa War Path.

3. Go back to Shattrath (Hearthstone if it’s up).

Sell junk, repair, re-stock food and drink.

Aldors: Go to the main Building on the Aldor Rise and turn in [64] Restoring the Light

Both: Go find Rilak the Redeemed in the northwestern part of Lower City, turn in [62] The Eyes of Skettis, get the follow up [63] Seek Out Kirrik. Go east to the inn, turn in [64] Rather Be Fishin’.
Go southeast to the Lower End Tavern, located on the east side of Lower City and find Wind Trader Lathrai (72,31), turn in [63] Wind Trader Lathrai and get the follow up [64] A Personal Favor.

Take the southeastern tunnel to exit Shattrath.

 

1. Go southeast to Scout Neftis (39,43), who is located just south of Grangol’var Village. Turn in [64] Speak with Scout Neftis, get the follow up [65] Who Are They?
You’ll get a disguise, and you need to be unmounted before taking the quest, or you won’t get it.
Don’t attack anything from now on or you’ll lose your disguise. If you do lose it, go talk to Scout Neftis and he’ll disguise you again.

2. The entrance to Grangol’var Village is just a few steps north of here. Enter the village, make sure you stay far away from the Shadowy Hunters, they see through the disguise.

Tip: Turning on NPC name titles is very helpful for this part, as you can then easily see the hunters amongst the crowd of green titled NPC’s.

Talk to an initiate, there is one by the pond in the middle of the village. Enter the main building and talk to the Shadowy Advisor inside. Get out of the building and find a Shadowy Laborer, they can be anywhere in the village.
Go back to Scout Neftis , turn in the quest and get [65] Kill the Shadow Council!
Go back into the village, this time kill everything on the list. Shadowmaster Grieve is inside the big building.

3. Exit the village by the western gate and then go south to the Refugee Caravan (37,50). Turn in:

  • [63] Seek Out Kirrik, get [64] Veil Skith: Darkstone of Terokk
  • Get [63] Before Darkness Falls
  • Get [64] Missing Friends
  • Get [65] The Infested Protectors

4. Head northwest to Veil Skith (31,42). Find the Darkstone of Terokk in the middle of the camp. Use your Rod of Purification and destroy the stone. Just a few steps west of the stone you should find a wooden bridge going up to the tree houses. Clear to the last tree house and kill Urdak.
Now kill birdmen until they drop Veil Skith Prison Keys, and use those keys on the Prison Cages to free children – make sure there are children in the cages before you use a key.
Keep killing birdmen and freeing children until you complete [64] Missing Friends, [65] The Outcast’s Plight, [64] A Personal Favor and [64] Stymying the Arakkoa.

5. Head back to the caravan – kill a couple of treants on the way.
Turn in:

  • [64] Veil Skith: Darkstone of Terokk, get the follow up [64] Veil Rhaze: Unliving Evil
  • [64] Missing Friends
  • Get [65] The Tomb of Lights
  • Get [65] The Vengeful Harbinger

6. Head southeast to The Shadow Stair (40,56). Kill fel orcs there until you finish [63] Before Darkness Falls and find Cabal Orders on one of them. Right-click them to start the quest [64] Cabal Orders.

7. Head east – kill as many Bonelashers as you can on the way – until you find the Tomb of Lights (47,55). Start looking for help, as most classes won’t be able to solo [65] The Vengeful Harbinger. Kill ethereals and bonelashers while looking for people willing to team up.
Once you have found help (or want to try your luck solo), go inside the tomb, go to the eastern room, clear the whole room. Stand on the circle at the end of the room and click your Draenei Tomb Relic. An arcane guardian will spawn, then 4 waves will attack you:

– 2 Vengeful Draeneis
– 3 Vengeful Draeneis
– 3 Vengeful Draeneis
– 1 Vengeful Harbinger

All non-elite, so it should be relatively easy to duo unless you get a lot of respawns in the room at the same time. If you are successful, your guardian will move up and die. Then some purple energies will gather in the middle of the circle and a shade will materialize, right-click it to turn in the quest [65] The Vengeful Harbinger. ==Warning== it’s rather hard to see the shade, so look up and search around with your mouse pointer.

Clear the way out and finish [65] The Tomb of Lights.

8. Head back to the caravan while killing Bonelashers.
Turn in:

  • [65] The Tomb of Lights
  • [63] Before Darkness Falls
  • [64] Cabal Orders, get the follow up [64] The Shadow Tomb
  • A new quest should be up at another npc from the caravan: [65] Recover the Bones, get it.

This should easily make you ding level 64 unless you skipped all instances, I’ll suggest a couple of grinding locations later on if you want to catch up.

Level 64


==Note== From now on, look for Restless Bones on the floor. They look like this:

 

9. Go kill Bonelashers southwest of the caravan until you finish [65] Wanted: Bonelashers Dead.

Go back to Shattrath.

Sell junk, repair and re-stock food/drink.
Go see Vekax (46,18 ) on the arakkoa tree in the northern part of Lower City.

Turn in [65] The Outcast’s Plight, no need to take the follow up, it’s just a repeatable quest for faction.

Go see Wind Trader Lathrai (72,31) infront of the tavern on the east side of lower city. Turn in [64] A Personal Favor, get the follow up [64] Investigate Tuurem.

Go train your new skills if you wish to do so, then hearthstone back to Shattrath.

Fly to Stonebreaker Hold, turn in:

  • [62] Arakkoa War Path
  • [64] Stymying the Arakkoa
  • [65] Kill the Shadow Council!
  • [65] Wanted: Bonelashers Dead!, get the follow up [65] Torgos!

 

1. Exit Stonebreaker Hold by the bridge northeast, go east and then southeast while killing Worgs, Warp Stalkers and gathering Olemba Seeds.
You should find an orc fortress at (65,50) and a lot of worgs around it. Kill every Timber Worg Alpha, then kill 12 Warped Peons, then kill all the Worg Alphas again (they should have respawned). You don’t have to finish the worg pelt quest now.

2. Go northwest to Stonebreaker Camp (63,43). Turn in [63] An Unwelcome Presence, get the follow ups [64] The Firewing Liaison and [64] What Happens in Terokkar Stays in Terokkar.

3. Go back to the orc fortress, kill all the Timber Worg Alphas if you still need some pelts for [64] Vestments of the Wolf Spirit. Clear the way to the main building, enter it and kill Lisaile Fireweaver. After that, look on the floor next to where she was standing, you should find some Fel Orc Plans. Loot them, right-click them and accept the quest [64] An Unseen Hand.
Clear the way out and finish the quest [64] What Happens in Terokkar Stays in Terokkar.

4. Go back to Stonebreaker Camp, turn in [64] The Firewing Liaison and [64] What Happens in Terokkar Stays in Terokkar.

5. Now go back to the forest, kill Warp Stalkers, Timber Worg Alphas and gather Olemba Seeds until you complete the 3 quests:

  • [63] Olemba Seed Oil
  • [64] Magical Disturbances
  • [64] Vestments of the Wolf Spirit

6. Go west, back to Stonebreaker Hold. Turn in all 4 quests, get the follow ups [65] And Now, the Moment of Truth and [64] Patriarch Ironjaw.
Go talk to Grek, the orc which stands in front of the wanted poster. Ask him to try the new oil, wait about 10 seconds until you get the complete message.
Turn in [65] And Now, the Moment of Truth.

Sell junk, repair, re-stock food/drink.

7. Leave Stonebreaker Hold and follow the road north/northwest until you hit Tuurem (53,35).
Clear the way towards the northeast island of Tuurem.
Once you’re on the northeastern island, look for a hut with a Firewing Courier inside (54,30). Kill the courier and loot the Sealed Box.

 

Clear the way west and get out of Tuurem.

8. Follow the road west until you find Earthbinder Tavgren (44,26). Turn in [64] Investigate Tuurem, get the follow up [64] What Are These Things.

9. Ride back to Stonebreaker Hold.

Turn in [64] What Are These Things?, get the follow up [64] Report to Stonebreaker Camp.

 

1. Ride east to Stonebreaker Camp. Turn in [64] Report to Stonebreaker Camp, get [64] Attack on Firewing Point.

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

3. Once you have completed it, go northwest of firewing point and look for Ironjaw (69,32), a named wolf which roams in the area shown on the map.

 

Just kill stuff in the area while looking for him. Kill Ironjaw and loot Ironjaw’s Pelt.

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

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

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

6. Clear the way to the Mana Bomb

 

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

Aldors: Now is your last chance to find and kill Stonegazer. If you can’t, abandon the quest [64] A Cure for Zahlia and save it for level 70.

7. Ride back to Stonebreaker Hold. Turn in:

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

In the same hut where you turned in [64] Patriarch Ironjaw, right-click the Ceremonial Incense (looks like a bundle of wooden logs) from your inventory. Watch the script with the spirit wolf, and then turn in [64] Welcoming the Wolf Spirit.

Sell junk, repair and re-stock food/drink.

 

1. Exit Stonebreaker Hold by the southern gate. As you exit the woods you should find a few Infested Root-Walkers and Rotting Forest Ragers (48,53). Make sure you kill the Wood Mites which spawn after you kill those. Stay in the area until you finish [65] The Infested Protectors.

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

2. Go northwest and find a named vulture called Trachela at (43,51). She is immune to movement impairing effects but still manageable solo, so make sure you clear some space around her and get full HP/mana before you attack. Kill her and loot Trachela’s Carcass.

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

4. Ride west/southwest to Veil Rhaze (28,56). Kill what’s on the list for [64] Veil Rhaze: Unliving Evil.
Start looking for players interested in doing [65] Torgos!
Most classes can’t solo this one. It’s a level 65 Elite bird, immune to movement impairing effects and hits for 800 on cloth. It should be manageable to duo it for most class combos.
While you look for help, you can go grind at the Shadowtomb northeast of there.
Once you got a group for [65] Torgos!, go back to Veil Rhaze and find a big scarecrow named “Torgos’s Bane” (27,56). Use Trachela’s Carcass next to it and Torgos will swoop down and attack you. Kill Torgos and loot his tail feather.
If you can’t find help for Torgos, just abandon the quest, it’s not a big deal, you can do it at level 70.

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

 

Loot the Gavel of K’alen.

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

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

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

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

 

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Hearthstone back to Shattrath.

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

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

Warning: Apparently, if Dirty Larry is feared when he hits 1%, you will not receive credit for the quest. So be careful with that.

==Note== If you can’t find help to do this quest, just move on and try again later everytime we make a stop by Shattrath. But you need to have this quest finished before the next chapter.

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

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

Both

Sell junk, repair, re-stock food/drink.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • Find a Decrepit Clefthoof close to the tunnel, kill it
  • Use your Fumper on its corpse, if two bone worms spawn just run away, they don’t give exp and they’ll despawn eventually. If three gnomes spawn, you have to kill them, they don’t give up and you can’t run away from them, sadly
  • Keep doing this until the elite worm Hai’shulud spawns. When he spawns, run to the tunnel mentioned above, go down the first slope and turn the first corner so that the worm can’t have a line of sight on you, as shown on the screenshot below:

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

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

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

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

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

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

==Note== It appears that this quest bugs out sometimes. Skywing bugs out and freezes after he jumps down to the lower tree house. Try it anyway and hope you’re lucky.
ps: If you clear the platform that Skywing jumps to, before you accept the escort quest, the bird will not freeze. Try this if the quest failed the first time.

It’s definitely soloable if you are careful about two things:

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

While following Skywing, turn off the fires when you get near them. The first fire is called “Bloodstone Signal Fire“.

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The 2nd fire is called “Violet Signal Fire“.
This is when it gets a little more difficult.
Skywing will jump down to a lower platform, follow him across a bridge and shortly after he’ll stop and Lunga the Imprisoner will spawn and attack him. Lunga is elite and immune to movement impairing effect, but he doesn’t melee hard. His chain lightning hurts so try to interrupt them, but if you burn him down quick you should be ok. Use a potion if needed.
After that, the escort quest should be complete and right next to where you fought Lunga you should find the 3rd fire: “Emerald Signal Fire“.

You’re ready to start the escort quest now. After you’re done with the escort, come back to this point and read the rest of the paragraph. With that said, let’s get started. Once you’re ready, take the quest [65] Skywing.

Jump off the platform’s northeastern side. Then follow the way north and up until you find a wooden bridge taking you up the tree house (57,65). Cross the bridge to the other tree house, the last brazier: “Sapphire Signal Fire” is on the lower floor of this last tree house.
Once you’ve extinguished all 4 fires and successfully escorted Skywing, get down the platform, take the northern path leading down and exit Veil Shalas.

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

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

In Sha’tari Base Camp turn in:

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

This should easily make you ding level 65 if you did the Zangarmarsh instances. If you didn’t, no worries, I’ll mention two nice grinding spots soon.

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Even though the guide should be over now, we’re still going to finish this circuit for the sake of efficiency 🙂

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

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

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

15. (optional) If you completed the quest [66] Torgos! ride northeast to Stonebreaker Hold and turn it in.

Hearthstone to Shattrath City.

For those who skipped the instances and aren’t level 65 yet:

If you are Aldor, go to the Shadow Tomb (31,53) and grind the cabal agents there until you are level 65 with 50000XP in the level. This spot is quite decent for money making, but most importantly you’ll get a lot of Marks of Kil’Jaeden for your Aldor faction. I suggest to turn them all in immediately when you get back to Shattrath, because they will become useless once you’re honored with the Aldors. They can be turned it at the Aldor’s tier, the quest is called [65] Marks of Kil’jaeden.

If you are Scryers, go to Firewing Point (70,39) and grind on the blood elves until you are level 65 with 50000XP in the level. This spot is quite decent for money making, but most importantly you’ll get a lot of Firewing Signets for your Scryers faction. I suggest to turn them all in immediately when you get back to Shattrath, because they will become useless once you’re honored with the Scryers. They can be turned it at the Scryers’ tier, the quest is called [65] Firewing Signets.

Go to a main city, train your new skills, visit the auction house and re-stock consumables. And most importantly, get ready for the next chapter!

End of Chapter V

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

-Jame

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 1:21

    Thank you so much forThank you so much for starting the 60-70 guides i was lucky enough to ding 60 as soon as u released this

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      jimjimjimmy Répondre
      Jan 26, 2008 @ 9:55

      Great guide, I appreciateGreat guide, I appreciate the work Jame 🙂

      “Start to ask in general channel if anyone is interested in doing the quest [63+] The Rock Flayer Matriarch” According to wowhead this quest appears to only be obtainable by Alliance. Have you made a mistake or have I?

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        Jan 26, 2008 @ 13:31

        Yep, I’ll fix it right away.Yep, I’ll fix it right away. Thanks 🙂

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          jimjimjimmy Répondre
          Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:36

          Hi Jame, also

          Cruel’sHi Jame, also 😛

          Cruel’s Intentions isn’t mentioned to be done until the start of level 61 but was said to be handed in at part 11. of level 60.

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            Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:47

            I think you misread thisI think you misread this part 😛

            Go to the main building, turn in all quests and get the 3 follow ups:

            1. [61] The Agony and the Darkness
            2. [62] The Warchief’s Mandate
            3. [63] Cruel’s Intentions

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            jimjimjimmy
            Jan 27, 2008 @ 17:47

            Ooh! I did to! Silly me.Ooh! I did to! Silly me. Thanks

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 2:05

    Yikes! Great Guide Jame :DSWEET MERCIFUL CRAP! Brilliant Guide Jame, cant wait to use this for my up and coming zombie priest.
    Used your guides for 2 horde characters so far, seriously psyched that youve gone and released your 60-65 one 😀
    *SALUTE JAME*
    Grumble 70 druid Nagrand *grumble*

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 6:46

    YAYAwesome guide as usual Jame thanks for getting it early

    two typos i found while proofreading:

    Turn in [63] Return to the Marsh, get the follow up [65] Failed Incursion. This quest leads you to the Coilfang Reservoir instances, so if you don’t plan on doing them before level 70, you should abandon the quest for now. However, *I* (should be if :jawdrop: ) you do want to do the instances, you can start looking for a Slave Pens group from now on. Don’t hesistate to join the first group you see forming up, cause it’s rather hard to get instance groups going at this level.

    also: 12. Go north to {Auchindun} (idk for sure but i believe its Auchindoun?), enter through the west gate (33,66). Up the stairs you should see a chest called “Aunchenai Coffin”. Kill the 4 Auchenai Death-Speakers around it then get close to the coffin and click it. A Reanimated Exarch will spawn, kill it.

    thanks again for all your work

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      Jan 26, 2008 @ 1:09

      Fixed, thank you

      p.s.Fixed, thank you 🙂

      p.s. Please register an account so that I can rate you up!

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        Vordonus Répondre
        Jan 27, 2008 @ 3:35

        Fine ;)fine…i registered just for you jame 😀

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          Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:40

          Nifty avatar = Rate upNifty avatar = Rate up 😛

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 9:43

    Level 60, step 4So, step 4 of level 60 says

    >Go to Thrallmar and turn in all quests and get the 3 follow ups:

    1. [61] Burn It Up… For the Horde!
    2. [61] Forward Base: Reaver’s Fall
    3. [62] Falcon Watch
    >

    Should the second of those 3 be [60] Apothecary Zelana ?

    Oh, and many thanks for the guide.

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      Jan 26, 2008 @ 1:12

      Indeed it should! Fixed nowIndeed it should! Fixed now 🙂 thanks

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 9:53

    PrimehYou legend ! Been powerlvling my druid using ur 1-60 guide and now ur treating me to a 60-65 !

    Great work and thanks in advance for what im sure will be a great guide

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    Jan 23, 2008 @ 17:58

    Yay! First comment :PAgain, a big THANK YOU, Jame and everyone who contributed to this guide! I dinged 60 in no time using your horde guides and was so dam excited that I went to Outland as soon as 60 with almost 1/3 of your guide still not finished. BIG mistake, since I would have been halfway through 60 and saved a lot of quests for 70 but oh well… I managed to finish almost all Hellfire quests (besides some of them I didn’t even knew existed :P) and since your 60-65 guide was almost up I decided to get some rested bonus to compensate. I am now halfway through 62 (that’s cuz I did all group quests in Hellfire) and I have Zangarmarsh untouched. Gonna log in right now with my hunter to try this out 😀

    And to give a little help back, I wanna point out some things that should be fixed:
    “3. Get back on the road and go west until you reach Cenarion Post. Turn in the two quests you have and get the 4 quests available:

    1. [63] Colossal Menace
    2. [63] Keep Thornfang Hill Clear!
    3. [63] Colossal Menace
    4. [62] The Cenarion Expedition” –> The Colossal Menace quest is written twice

    “3. Go southwest to Watcher Leesa’oh. Turn in:

    1. [63] Familiar Fungi, get the follow up [64] Stealing Back the Mushrooms” –> You might wanna fix that 😛

    I didn’t find anything wrong with the leveling process yet, just formatting stuff… I’ll post any inconveniences if I find them later.

    P.S.: For other players, I totally recommend doing all the group quests in Hellfire (including Ramparts). It will give you a HUGE XP boost, plus some very nice blues 😀

    Can’t wait for the next chappie!

    Haylie >> EU Bronze Dragonflight

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      Jan 26, 2008 @ 1:20

      Thanks a lot, fixed itThanks a lot, fixed it 🙂

      Rate up!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 21:08

    <3God I’ve been waiting for this. Thank you so much 🙂 Questing if now officially fun again, lol ^^

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 21:27

    Great Job!I just finished your previous guides a week or so ago, and now at lvl 62 I am going to pick up in Zangarmarsh. Just read through the guide, and it looks as excellent as the others! Thank you so much, and keep up the good work!

    John A.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 23, 2008 @ 22:53

    Very nice dude! PrettyVery nice dude! Pretty excited to continue with your guide. Started at 32 and now I’m at 41 with about 3 days played but I was lollygaggin a bit.

    -nirv

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    Calculator Répondre
    Jan 24, 2008 @ 0:44

    title says “Journey fromtitle says “Journey from Hellfire Peninsula to Terrokar”. Terokkar is the correct spelling =P

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      Jan 26, 2008 @ 1:25

      woops. Fixed, thank youwoops. Fixed, thank you 😛

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 24, 2008 @ 8:41

    Good guideI’ve levelled 4 characters to 60+ following your 21-60 guide, and just as I get my 4th character to 66, this comes out. I guess I will just have to level another to try it out 😛

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 24, 2008 @ 8:42

    Thank youOMG cant belive its relised already i cant wait to try this guide out ,thank you so very much !!!!!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 24, 2008 @ 14:32

    60-65 :Osweet, 60-65 chapter ready ;). keep up the good work guys <3
    -assi

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 24, 2008 @ 16:19

    finallyThanks again james… bring on the 65-70 guide now 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 24, 2008 @ 19:32

    Thanks and 1 mistake noticed.Thanks so much for ur guides. They make the mind numbing levelling process so much easier and fun :).
    However, just noticed on the section of level 61 where we travel to the cenarion post for the first time, you have listed Collosal Menace twice instead of Demonic Contamination.

    Lex

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 25, 2008 @ 1:08

    Thank You JameHaving used his 21-60 guides, I found questing in the Outlands rather inefficient and haphazard … which added to the fact that you need about 600% more XP than in previous levels, increases my frustration rate.

    Finally we have Jame’s guidance to put things into order and allows me to waste less time running around 🙂 Thank You!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 25, 2008 @ 1:37

    “After you arrive in“After you arrive in Shattrath, go through the northeastern gate and find the flight master (63,41), fly to Hellfire Peninsula, the Dark Portal.”

    This does not work unless you have the flight path at falcon watch. Most people will have to fly to stonard then run to the dark portal (as I did). I’ll let you know if I see anything else.

    Great guides by the way. You’ve helped me get to level 60 in 6 days /played. Keep up the good work.

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      Jan 26, 2008 @ 1:29

      Are you sure?

      I tried thisAre you sure?

      I tried this with 2 characters, one on horde and one on Alliance. Both never had been in Outland before and it worked for both.

      I got a portal to shattrath, went to the flight master and I could fly to the Dark Portal and to Honor Hold/Thrallmar.

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Jan 26, 2008 @ 8:29

        I also had this problem.I also had this problem. Paid 5g for a portal to Shatt, and when I got to the flight master I got “You don’t know any flight locations connected to this one.” It’s probably still worth getting the portal however, so that you can grab the flightpath in Shatt first.

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        OrphanEater Répondre
        Fév 12, 2008 @ 23:15

        reNo, I had this problem as well. It says “no flight path connected to this one”.
        Maybe they changed it?

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 25, 2008 @ 12:36

    Just a little comment as I’mJust a little comment as I’m following this (superb!) guide:
    1. Mount up, go westwards until you reach Zabra’jin (33,50).
    Turn in [62] Report to Shadow Hunter Denjai, on the 2nd floor of the inn.
    Get all the quests available in this village (there should be 6).

    I got 8 new quests from Zabra’jin; Spirits of the Feralfen, Reinforcements for Garadar, WANTED: Boss Grog’ak, Wanted: Chieftain Mummaki, Angling to Beat the Competition, Burstcap Mushrooms, Mon!, Stinging the Stingers and The Ogre Threat.

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      Jan 26, 2008 @ 1:31

      Fixed, guess I need toFixed, guess I need to L2count! thanks 🙂

      p.s. Please register an account so I can rate you up!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 25, 2008 @ 14:42

    thanksthanks for the hard work

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 25, 2008 @ 23:14

    I myself dinged 60 as soonI myself dinged 60 as soon as you released the 60 through 65 chapter. This is a wonderful guide and I recommend it to everybody!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 26, 2008 @ 11:04

    Just one minor problem atJust one minor problem at the beginning. You can’t get fly from Shatt to the dark portal without going through the dark portal and getting that FP first. I just tried it and I cried. 😛

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      Jan 26, 2008 @ 13:41

      Darn it, they changed itDarn it, they changed it then 🙁

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 26, 2008 @ 11:16

    I had to ride to FalconI had to ride to Falcon watch and then I was able to fly all the way to the Dark Portal, so just update that…It’s a small run through Zangarmarsh to Falcon watch.

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      Jan 26, 2008 @ 13:43

      Yea, guess I’ll do thatYea, guess I’ll do that 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 26, 2008 @ 17:11

    Got confused!Hi there,
    First I would like to thank you for this guide. It really helped me in leveling me quickly.

    I follow your guide to the word :). In fact, I stopped putting my brain, just follow your coordinates, steps and get things done. In such effort, at level 61, between steps 3 and 4, after we get the quest from Mag’har, you asked to turn in the quests and then fly to shat’ and go to Orgrimmar. I was a little confused and in some state of mind, just went to Thrallmar, flew to Shat’ and went to orgrimmar without teh actual quest that I need to turn into Thrall. I know its stupid of me, but there are people like me ;p
    SO, I think it would be more complete, if you can say, run back to Thrallmar, turn in those 3 quests (list), fly to shat….
    Thanks 🙂

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      Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:33

      It was supposed to be thereIt was supposed to be there actually, so thanks for pointing it out 🙂

      Fixed now!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 26, 2008 @ 19:55

    When you first get toWhen you first get to Thrallmar, you say to pick up all the quests, which should equal three. You’ve missed ‘Report to Nazgrel’ from General Krakork, which just has you speak to Nazgrel and leads to the quest ‘Eradicate the Burning Legion’ and gives an easy 4750 experience.

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      Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:38

      Reworded it to make itReworded it to make it clearer 🙂

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    Landow Répondre
    Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:46

    Thin the FlockBoth: Now kill Arrakoas until you’ve completed [62] Thin the Flock.

    This is the alliance version of the quest, the objective is still the same, but the name is [62] Arakkoa War Path for horde, as you stated later in the guide.

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      Jan 27, 2008 @ 15:49

      Fixed, thank youFixed, thank you 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 27, 2008 @ 21:16

    Start at 58?Is it possible to start this at 58 instead of 60? I started my lock before I got a chance to start using this guide and it’s hard for me to jump in because i haven’t been following the previous guides and I didn’t start at 51 =. But Outlands is essentially completely a blank slate so would it be possible for me to start using this guide at 58 instead of the suggested 60? and I’d end up at 63?

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      Jan 28, 2008 @ 3:53

      Well, yes it’s possible, butWell, yes it’s possible, but that it won’t be optimal. Some quests will be too high level for you, so you’ll have to go back and do them later, which kinda destroys the point of my guide: doing quests with the least possible running around 😛

      Try to do some questin in the old world, using the previous chapter of my guide, surely there must be areas where yous till have quests to do?

      If not, well start this guide at level 58 and try to catch up with some instancing / grinding.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 27, 2008 @ 22:48

    Great Guide ThouWell it’s good to see that you finaly made this 60-65 guide 😛 I leveled 4 chars to 60 thanks to you previous guides.. and from 60-70 i went on my own (not quite bad thou XD) i kinda quited wow and now as i watch that there are new quests..zones.. etc i’m inspired to start playing again 😀 thank you 🙂 I’m looking forward the 65-70 guide ^_^

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    cardinals_2006 Répondre
    Jan 27, 2008 @ 23:40

    [61] Void Ridgeon the Void ridge quest where you need to gather 40 void shards. The collapsing voidwalkers not only do there collapse but like to fear as well, just putting that out there for melee and Warlocks/hunters. I had problems with my pet getting feared into other voidwalkers. 🙂

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 28, 2008 @ 0:08

    Level 70Hi,

    I was just wondering if you intend to hit 70 in Nagrand and save BEM, Netherstorm and SMV questing for gold raising (Flappy / epic flappy) ?

    This is what i would recommend to almost any player and i just wondered your views on it?

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      Jan 28, 2008 @ 3:55

      I write my guides with zeroI write my guides with zero exp bonus, I log the character outside of inns on purpose. So I usually hit 70 somewhere in the middle of Netherstorm, without touching SMV.

      However, for people who play normally, log out in inns whenever possible and do extra instances, they will generally ding at the end of Nagrand or somewhere in BEM.

      It depends on the player 😛

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 28, 2008 @ 2:02

    Excellent! Fantastic Guides!! Wish I had them alot earlier! Have taken my previous knowledge (2 70s) combined with your efficent quest routes and am just flying through the levels!! Sure hope your ads pay you well! This is a ton of work! Cant wait for 65-70 and beyond!

    Warriotist 70 Horde Mage – Deathwing
    Wholebeauty 70 Horde Rogue – Deathwing
    Tauntanka 61 Horde Warrior – Deathwing

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    ice9 Répondre
    Jan 28, 2008 @ 18:30

    LOVE the guides – people inLOVE the guides – people in my guild are jealous at my leveling rate… have been using for both alliance and horde toons….

    One small correction on this page:

    “Go to the northeastern part of Daggerfen Village, and find a flat grey stone at (27,73)”

    The location is actually (27,23)

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      Fév 1, 2008 @ 12:30

      Fixed, thank you!Fixed, thank you!

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    majjick Répondre
    Jan 28, 2008 @ 22:26

    QuestionAfter you have us ride to Hellfire to turn in a quest at the cenarion expedition then ride back to zangarmarsh to turn in the follow up and get A failed incursion, you have us ride back to swamprat post to fly to zabra’jin. Should we also turn in the quest for the big stinger? I don’t see in the guide where you have us actually turning it in. I’m most likely blind however 😛 Anyways, thanks for the great guides!

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      Fév 1, 2008 @ 12:53

      Nope, you’re not blind! INope, you’re not blind! I fixed it, thank you 🙂

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    majjick Répondre
    Jan 29, 2008 @ 21:41

    DaggerfenYou have us going to the stone slab at….

    Go to the northeastern part of Daggerfen Village, and find a flat grey stone at (27,73)

    The slab is actually at 27 23

    Thanks agian for the great guides!

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      Fév 1, 2008 @ 12:57

      Fixed it, thanksFixed it, thanks 🙂

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    Hammerfaller Répondre
    Jan 31, 2008 @ 0:24

    Error in Color“Clear the way out and finish [65] The Tomb of Lights”

    It has the color coding on “Clear the way out and finish” instead of on [65] The Tomb of Lights

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    cardinals_2006 Répondre
    Jan 31, 2008 @ 12:26

    Unidentify plant parts.Hey james, when i turned in the 10 plant parts and opened the pouch i got a uncatalogued species which started a quest. i turned in to the same npc who gave the plant quest and got a easy extra 500 Cenerion expedition rep from it.

    Just putting it out there for new people to the guide

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      Fév 1, 2008 @ 13:03

      Ahh yes, forgot to mentionAhh yes, forgot to mention that one. Thanks, I’ll add it 🙂

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    OrphanEater Répondre
    Fév 1, 2008 @ 1:30

    Huzzah!I think I just came! I was so sad to have level 60-70 on my hunter, its going to be great to follow your guide all the way through to 70 on my mage!

    You rule!

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      Fév 1, 2008 @ 13:07

      Thank you and welcome. RateThank you and welcome. Rate up for the superb avatar!

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    t0ggle90 Répondre
    Fév 3, 2008 @ 13:22

    Awesome guideThanks for this guide james, in fact all of them.
    Im a pretty slow leveler but with your guides I have reached 60 in 6 days playtime! Thanks a lot now workin on gettin to 65!

    cant wait for the 65-70, keep it up and thanks again! 😀

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    MistahMajk Répondre
    Fév 4, 2008 @ 14:11

    Great guideI just wanna say that I started at lvl 58 and when I was at the part where you said that I should be 65 I already had 250k xp in. All I did different were that I did 1 run in BF and 1 extra ramparts. and having 58-60 in rested 🙂 But anyway love the guide, you’ve done a great job. I was nostalgic when I bugged the boneworm quest btw (: that was sweet!

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    Pogi Répondre
    Fév 4, 2008 @ 20:19

    What do we do with theWhat do we do with the Burning Legion Missive after we finish the quest Vile Plans?
    Thank you for your excellent guides!

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      Fév 9, 2008 @ 15:08

      You destroy it! I’ve addedYou destroy it! 😛 I’ve added this to the guide, thank you.

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    cardinals_2006 Répondre
    Fév 6, 2008 @ 16:22

    James you’ve made WoW leveling easier than ever.My first 70 was big mess, took me 3 weeks to hit 60-70. My current char that I’m leveling is 65 and I have 6 days 12 hours 23 minutes played time. These guides have not only helped me but have helped my guildies who rerolled blood elf pallys when BC released. I wanted to thank you James for putting the fun back into leveling. Your guides have put me a level and 6 bars ahead of your 60-65 guide for horde. which means thanks to you if i keep going strong ill be 67 Entering nagrand and 69 entering BEM and 70 without touching Netherstorm or SMV. We would like to thank you for keeping your guides clean and free, gotta love free stuff lol.

    Phalx
    65 Orc Hunter
    Undermine(US) Server

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    trauts11 Répondre
    Fév 7, 2008 @ 0:15

    lvl 60, Step 4 😕 I have used your guide to go from 30-60, and it was a breeze. Now that I am in outland I am finally stumped on something! The quest [62] Falcon Watch seems not to be being given. Is this a glitch or a mistake? A mistake I somehow could have make?

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      Fév 9, 2008 @ 15:19

      I can see only twoI can see only two reasons:

      1. You were not level 60+ (this quest has a minimum level requirement of 60.
      2. You already had visited Falcon Watch and taken the follow up: The Great Fissure.

      It’s not a big deal anyway, this quest just gives 1000xp and some rep.

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    Meeps Répondre
    Fév 9, 2008 @ 4:17

    ETA 65-70Hi James!

    I want you to know that I’ve been using your guide for awhile now.

    It helped me send 4 of my toons 20-60(my most recent 65)

    and I was wondering what the ETA on 65-70 was?

    Thanks for everything you’ve done!

    ~Meeps

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      Fév 9, 2008 @ 15:21

      I’ll give it my best and tryI’ll give it my best and try to release it before the end of February. Can’t promise anything though 🙂

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    tomathy Répondre
    Fév 10, 2008 @ 9:40

    missing infoshortly before the lvl 62 mark, you never say to actually turn in the quest “the foot of the citadel” after hearthing to thrall

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      Fév 12, 2008 @ 22:06

      Fixed, thanks!Fixed, thanks!

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    nirv Répondre
    Fév 10, 2008 @ 13:01

    Your guide says this:

    “3.Your guide says this:

    “3. Now before we leave Zeth’Gor, we must find an Eye of Grillok and use Zezzak’s Shard on it. Once you have done that, you should have a 5 minute buff called Eye of Grillok.
    Get out of Zeth’Gor and ride back to Stonebreaker Post as fast as you can before the buff runs out. In Stonebreaker Post, go next to the Zezzak’s Cauldron:”

    I got nervous because you said Stonebreaker Post when it’s called Spinebreaker Post. Secondly, you say “go next to the Zezzak’s Cauldron” it should be go neck to Zezzak’s Cauldron. When you’re rushed and have 5 minutes to go somewhere and I’m reading 2 errors in the text, I don’t know if you’re talking about Loch Modan or Dwarf Hunters.

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      Fév 12, 2008 @ 22:10

      Fixed! And it was quiteFixed! And I was quite obviously talking about Dwarf Hunters!

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    Halfbreed Répondre
    Fév 12, 2008 @ 4:11

    Great StuffVery nice guide Jame. I used all of your horde guides to level up my latest toon and its been quick and painless. In fact I was actually 13% into level 67 by the end of this section on account of some instance runs and rested exp. I appreciate your hard work and dedication to make this wonderful guide. Keep it up.

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    saariko Répondre
    Fév 12, 2008 @ 18:17

    Faction Reputation and Instancesi was wondering, if I am also interested in honored rep with the factions, what would be best once I am in outlands for that?
    should I keep on the guide? or runinstances?

    Can you please comment on that?

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      Fév 12, 2008 @ 22:14

      If you’re interested inIf you’re interested in getting honored only, then just follow the guide and you’ll get honored, or close. Then you just have to do a few instance runs and you’ll easily get to honored. If you want to get exalted as fast as possible, I guess the best way is to first do Ramparts / Blood furance instance runs until you reach honored, and then do the honor hold quests.

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    Swordsandarmor2 Répondre
    Fév 15, 2008 @ 15:53

    Hey James I just wanted toHey James I just wanted to say thank you for the wonderful guide. I currently am working on my third 70 and ive used ur 30-60 guide on every 70 I have. Thanks a lot for the great guide

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      jimjimjimmy Répondre
      Fév 16, 2008 @ 18:50

      Thanks very much, Jame! TheThanks very much, Jame! The Guide is working wonderful as always 🙂

      Just for if you may want to add to:
      1. Go southeast to Scout Neftis (39,47), who is located just south of Grangol’var Village. Turn in [64] Speak with Scout Neftis, get the follow up [65] Who Are They?

      That to get the Orc costume when you get [65] Who Are They? you need to be unmounted. And turning on NPC name titles is very helpful for this part, as you can then easily see the hunters amongst the crowd of green titled NPC’s.

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        Fév 18, 2008 @ 15:54

        Good suggestion, added it!Good suggestion, added it! Thank you 🙂

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    Fév 17, 2008 @ 0:22

    Arelion’s JournalJust FYI, I actually had this drop for me from one of the slimes in the area, instead of having to loot the knapsack. Great guide, btw. This is my second time through Hellfire and Outland in general. It was my intention to wait until 60 before going this time, and your guide just made the decision easier for me. Hellfire is so much nicer at 60 than at 58, I can’t even describe it.

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    Jiri Répondre
    Fév 17, 2008 @ 12:41

    ProblemHey 🙂
    In the first part of the guide (60-61) I came across this: 5. Go south/southwest to Falcon Watch (27,61). Turn in [62] Falcon Watch and get all 7 quests available in Falcon Watch. When I arrived at Falcon Watch I already noticed there where a lot more quests than 7. I’m pretty sure it’s because I dinged 61 wich made more quests available. Mayby you could put in the quests they should get, because some people will be higher already wich makes it difficult and I’m still trying to figure out wich quests I have to get now 😕

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      Fév 18, 2008 @ 15:57

      Just get them all, not aJust get them all, not a problem, plenty of space in the quest log 🙂

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      Pallyplaya Répondre
      Mar 11, 2008 @ 20:11

      Same thingJiri,
      I had the same thing happen to me, but I was only level 60 at the time. I was thinking maybe because I was a BE and it was a BE outpost that maybe some of the extra quests were race specific, just a guess.
      I had seen your post when I was pre-reading this guide, and thought to come back when it happened to me the other day and tell you what I ended up doing in case anyone else had trouble deciding which quests to abandon.

      I had my epic mount quest, and a couple of Hellfire Rampart quests, but was able to pick them all up and had 25/25 in the quest log after this step.

      I did run in to an issue with the looted quests though, and then again after 2 turn-ins/follow ups, and then a new quests.
      Best bet is just to get rid of epic quest, can go get it when you have the parts (there is no kill list in the step I am on, just collecting items) and also ditch the Hellfire Ramps quests if you need the room. The 2 I had for ramps are both picked up in Thrall so not a big deal to pick em up before heading to ramps if/when you decide to go instead of carrying them around.

      Just wanted to also thank Jame for a great job on these guides. My friends are amazed at how quickly I have leveled.
      :jawdrop: I’ve used your guides since lv 21. I really wanted to finish the Plaguelands, but I was already level 60 when I started it and they basically forced me to start Outlands. Once I got there though I never looked back hehe. Keep up the great work, and know it’s appreciated!!!!!

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        Mar 21, 2008 @ 1:53

        This should be fixed nowThis should be fixed now 🙂

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    Liliha Répondre
    Fév 18, 2008 @ 4:11

    For the quest “What Book? IFor the quest “What Book? I don’t See Any Book.” I think it may be beneficial to add that if Dirty Larry is feared when he hits 1%, you will not receive credit for the quest.

    Had to redo the quest because of this on my warlock.

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      Fév 18, 2008 @ 15:58

      Good to know. Added itGood to know. Added it 🙂

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    Cashema Répondre
    Fév 18, 2008 @ 20:08

    thanksJame, cheers fellah for another great guide. I followed your previous guide before the 2.3 leveling changes for my mage, with who I am now raiding BT and MH. The paladin I am now leveling also went through your guide (used the old versions of 21-60 after 2.3 which gave me a blast when I found out that you had new ones!) and now reached the end of this chapter. I’m just curious, since I can’t wait for the new guide, where is the first location you’ll send us? Another circuit in Terokkar or is it time to move on to Nagrand? Since I can’t remember any other quests in Terokkar from my mage. And again, loads of thanks!

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      Fév 18, 2008 @ 20:51

      Yes, straight to Nagrand!Yes, straight to Nagrand!

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        saariko Répondre
        Fév 24, 2008 @ 13:28

        Does this mean we can lookDoes this mean we can look forward for a 66-70 guide 🙂

        YUMMMYYYYYY

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    Peliqua Répondre
    Fév 20, 2008 @ 1:10

    Just to let you know..Just to let you know.. there’s a pretty little problem in this guide as far as i can see… Wing Commander Brack, stationed at Reaver’s Fall, (during portion 60-61 of the guide…) does NOT offer to fly you to Spinebreaker Post. This messed me up because afterwards I decided to make a stop off at Thrallmar and turn in stuff like Bonechewer Blood before you said so.. and now its all kind of jumbled again.

    You should fix it

    —–
    Vasticorn
    Male BE Paladin
    Anu’barak

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      Fév 20, 2008 @ 13:26

      Well, it worked for me 2Well, it worked for me 2 weeks ago, so I’m gonna have to double-check it before I do anything 😛

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      Mar 1, 2008 @ 14:50

      He doesn’t “offer”You have to ask. If you open the chat dialog with him, there are a couple chat bubbles at the bottom. One is to fly you to Spinebreaker, the other is to go on another bombing run.

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    OrphanEater Répondre
    Fév 21, 2008 @ 2:18

    AV!Man, I breezed through these levels faster than I could have imagined. The great thing about this guide is that not only do you level faster, but you get more money and reputation, making your character just generally better.

    I wouldnt want my character to be any less than he could be, so I guess its time to farm AV until the next chapter!

    Thanks!

    PS: any update on its release?

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      Fév 21, 2008 @ 16:02

      I’m trying to finish itI’m trying to finish it before the end of the month, but it’s gonna be close. Worst case it will be out mid-march

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        Fév 22, 2008 @ 2:09

        Mmmm… Part VII can’t wait to see how you sort out the mess that is Nagrand! So many quests! However, I never did know what order to handle them in :/ Go Jame!

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    Fév 21, 2008 @ 17:57

    Akuno – The Shaman with Mental Issues[64] Escaping the Tomb.

    This quest SHOULD be easy to solo, but on each of my 4 runs to 70 there is far to big a potential for failure. I say this because Akuno is the kind of gy you love and hate in your 5mans, he does amazing dps but doesnt care about aggro.

    The problem I had nearly every time is that the Cabal Skirmishers on horses make an untimely entrance and as a hunter Akuno LOVES breaking my trap with chain lightening or stealing aggro from SepticTank (my pet)

    The 5th time i tried this on my character i cleared everything i could that would path in the way of Akuno and would have succeeded just fine if not for a couple of other players, yets they were alliance, running thru with mobs trailing and this just makes akuno trip the lightspeed fantastic and goes on a suicide run.

    This quest SHOULD be easy to solo, like you say jame, but if you was to every make any revisions i would consider recommending the group from Torgos sticks together to do the shadow tombs quests as well if they all have the quest, just because that potential for uncontrolable errors with [64] Escaping the Tomb.is very very high

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    Fév 23, 2008 @ 13:31

    A little confusion…To the end of the guide, while turning in quests, you have us:

    14. Ride to the Refugee Caravan, turn in [65] Veil Shalas: Signal Fires, get the follow up [65] Return to Shattrath.
    .
    .
    .
    Hearthstone to Shattrath City.

    …and then comes the grinding part.
    But you don’t tell us to turn in the quest “Return to Shattrath”. Or do you turn it in in the next guide?

    ————
    Greens come and go but epics stay soulbound 😉
    *Haylie, EU Bronze Dragonflight*

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      Fév 24, 2008 @ 18:33

      In the next guideIn the next guide 🙂

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        Fév 24, 2008 @ 21:33

        Okay, got it!Same thing for the “Skywing” quest?

        ————
        Greens come and go but epics stay soulbound 😉
        *Haylie, EU Bronze Dragonflight*

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    Roman Répondre
    Fév 24, 2008 @ 21:48

    Just wondering on howJust wondering on how Chapter 6 is going. Any updates on its release being before March? Thanks.

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    zakazulu Répondre
    Fév 24, 2008 @ 23:40

    Thanks a lot for this greatThanks a lot for this great guide of yours james 🙂
    Went through the lvls 60 twice as fast =)
    I went to outland with my hunter before this 60-65 guide was released, and now im already 65 mostly done through playing instances, but i still have all the quests from your guide when lvl 63 starts, should i follow your guide till the end even when im 65 or wait till you release your 65-70 guide?

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    ha_paha Répondre
    Fév 25, 2008 @ 12:56

    Such an amazing guide.A small suggestion. When doing the sporeggar rep quests, I noticed the bog lord tendrils and spore sacs were only repeatable until friendly, so I decided to do them again until I got friendly because I wanted the rep. Unfortunately, at friendly you no longer have access to the quest to turn in glowcaps. I missed out on 10k exp due to this 🙁 so you might want to mention that.

    Thanks for the amazing guide, I only wish you’d put out the first parts of the next chapter now I want it for Nagrand! lol

    Can’t even begin to express how useful your guides have been 🙂

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    Valtimus Répondre
    Fév 26, 2008 @ 10:56

    In the first part of yourIn the first part of your gide, lvl 61, Den of Haal’esh, you suggest :

    ”2. Go back down the main path and this time go southeast instead of taking the rocky path, you will soon enter Haal’eshi Gorge (26,78 ). Keep going southeast and you should soon see a golden “?” on your minimap, called “Aeranas”. Go there and get full HP/mana before you talk to Aeranas, he’ll turn agressive. Beat him down to lower then 30% HP and then you should be able to turn in the quest [63] Avruu’s orb.”

    There is no golden “?” on the minimap. In fact, there is a shining orb near a house. If you click on the orb, you will summon Aeranas who ‘ll turn agressive even if you don’t talk to him.

    Bring him to 30% HP and you can talk to him to finish the quest. 🙂

    Savinaï, lvl 63 shaman, La Croisade Ecarlate-EU.

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      Fév 29, 2008 @ 22:22

      Thank you, fixedThank you, fixed 🙂

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    Brendon Répondre
    Fév 28, 2008 @ 0:36

    Next Chapter :DHey, what an incredible guide. Thank you for the time and effort you put into that. I was wondering (and I know this probably has already been asked) what the status on Chapter VI is? I’ve read that your aiming for the end of february, is that still a possibility? If your pretty close to being done couldnt u just post the unfinished guide and update it as you complete it? I’m super stoked about starting it is all 😀 Thanks again for all your effort Jame.

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    Paura Répondre
    Fév 28, 2008 @ 16:03

    Awesome :)Hey,
    I know you already know that.. but the guide is really awesome! :jawdrop:

    I’m following the guide since the very beginning on my alt. I found now something missing I wanted to tell you…

    lvl 61 part – Falcorn Watch quests -> you don’t mention to turn in “[62] Marking the Path”
    lvl 61 part – Haal’eshi Gorge -> Aeranas is not always there. I actually needed to click on a sort of ‘orb’ to summon him

    I’m looking forward to follow your guide ’till lvl 70!

    Greetings and good job again!
    Paura


    Pew pew Kaboom!

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      Fév 29, 2008 @ 22:21

      Fixed, thanksFixed, thanks 🙂

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    abap Répondre
    Fév 29, 2008 @ 1:33

    The Vengeful HarbingerI tried it solo since no one was around. That wasn’t a good idea. I got different waves:

    3 Vengeful Draeneis
    3 Vengeful Draeneis
    2 Vengeful Draeneis

    BUT I didnt kill the 2nd wave fast enough so the 3rd wave joined them. So at low health I had to fight 4 of them 🙁

    Can I skip that one or do I miss an important quest then?

    Thanks

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      Fév 29, 2008 @ 22:18

      Nope, you can skip that one,Nope, you can skip that one, it has no follow up so it’s no biggie.

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    Fév 29, 2008 @ 22:26

    Please be patient everyone,Please be patient everyone, I’m quite busy at the moment so the next chapter won’t be out until approx 15th March. Sorry!

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      OrphanEater Répondre
      Mar 2, 2008 @ 2:55

      :(Awwwww

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    abap Répondre
    Mar 1, 2008 @ 13:12

    LVL 70 GuideAre you going to make a level 70 guide also? It would be more about getting fast gold from quests instead of experience 😉

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      Mar 2, 2008 @ 22:08

      Yes I’ll probably make one,Yes I’ll probably make one, no ETA though!

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    qillerdaemon Répondre
    Mar 1, 2008 @ 15:38

    FP at Shat“After you arrive in Shattrath, go through the northeastern gate and find the flight master (63,41), fly to Hellfire Peninsula, the Dark Portal.”

    Unless I’m mistaken, when you get the flight path in Shat, you still don’t have any connecting points to get to anywhere else in Outland. Even if you go back to Blasted Lands and go through the Portal, the FP there will only take you to Thrallmar (a free flight), nowhere else. To get to Shat from Thrallmar, you need to get the connecting FP at Falcon Watch first. If you’re less than 60, that’s not going to be a fun run.

    Also, there is a free portal to Silvermoon City for Horde, Alliance have a free port to Exodar, and they’re both just in another corner of Terrace of Light in Shat.

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    Taghon Répondre
    Mar 1, 2008 @ 21:24

    thank u 😀 I wanted to thank you for some great guides. I have lvled 5 toons to 60 and now will try out the 60 to 65 horde. Thank so much for the effort yall put in it is Appreciated

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    gazeebo Répondre
    Mar 1, 2008 @ 22:21

    I level too fast xDI just finished all the zangarmarsh quests and I’m at the part where I have to fly to shattrath at the level 62 part of the guide. But I’m really close to level 64 already hehe.
    I started the guide at level 60 and 25% or so and I did hellfire ramparts and blood furnace to complete those quests.
    So… I think I’m leveling too fast for this guide heh.

    Oh and there is a quest from Falcon Watch ( I don’t remember the name but you have to turn it in at the tower from the teleporter thingie ) that you never say you have to turn the quest in. I did this anyway because it seemed silly not to turn in a quest.

    And at the part of the ruins of Sha’naar you didnt put the quest in to kill the big elite guy.
    It takes roughly 2 minutes total to complete that quest ( you get the quest after you finish the quest stated in the guide ) and the reward is 10.000 xp and I’m not quite sure if you get an item as well.

    I just did this quest as well even if it was not in the guide because it was a very easy 10.000 xp to get.

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      Mar 2, 2008 @ 22:10

      Well it’s great to be aheadWell it’s great to be ahead of the guide, so keep it up 😉

      Do you by any chance remember the name of the quests you mentioned?

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    Shockk Répondre
    Mar 4, 2008 @ 3:22

    Awesome guide – Next please :)Hey Jame,

    thanks for this awesome guide. I’m not – and never was – a big fan of leveling, but your guide has turned the work of playing through the levels into fun once again. My new hunter currently is at lvl 64 with ~5 days played – personal record for me :).

    Too bad the guide stops at 65 :(. Maintaining my speed, my guess is that I’ll be 66 at the end of the chapter, being a bit ahead all the time. The last 4 levels won’t be that big a problem, I did it twice before – but I’m quite sure i’d save a lot of time with your help :). So, is there a release date for Horde 65-70?

    Regards

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    blindandstoopid Répondre
    Mar 4, 2008 @ 8:47

    ETA on 65-70?Hey, im about to start using your guide in BC. wondering if you have a release date for the last part, so i can decide how fast to lvl?

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    Mar 4, 2008 @ 21:28

    ETA is mid marchETA is mid march

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      Mar 5, 2008 @ 16:49

      Knowing the ETA definitelyKnowing the ETA definitely makes my day 😀 !

      Thanks for all the hard work !

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    somethingneeddoing Répondre
    Mar 6, 2008 @ 19:44

    Master AledisAwesome guides!!! I just wanted to point out that, if you’re on a PvE server and dont normally have pvp enabled, during the confrontation with Magister Aledis, you become PVP enabled for 5 minutes. Found this out the hard way… while I was attacking him, I get attacked by 60 rogue and a 70 shammy. :O Thought I’d throw that in cuz after I rezzed the magister was gone and I had to locate him again 🙁

    Another thing, this happened a while back before 2.3 patch i think, dont know if its still the case but I was on another character and I attacked him near the guards at Cenarion Refuge and they attacked me. 😕

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    Mar 7, 2008 @ 11:34

    People never learn…Why does everybody post comments asking the same question over and over again: “when will the next chapter be available?”, “did you finish the last chapter?”, “when will the last part come out”…

    Jame has already answered this a million times before, read all the comments before asking a question that has already been answered. Instead of working on the guide he has to come here daily to answer to these comments.

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    Greens come and go but epics stay soulbound 😉
    *Haylie, EU Bronze Dragonflight*

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      Mar 8, 2008 @ 14:33

      It’s sadly true. I spentIt’s sadly true. I spend about 30min every day answering comments while I could invest this time writing the guide. A vast majority of those comments could be answered by simply reading the news or the previous comments…

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    abap Répondre
    Mar 10, 2008 @ 0:44

    The Big Bone Worm,I wasnt sure wether the worm dies if I get the Leaving Combat messages but your trick still worked. Maybe you could add this information.

    Thanks for the nice trick .. is this considered to be bug abuse or is it no bug?

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      Mar 20, 2008 @ 22:40

      Clever use of game mechanicsClever use of game mechanics 😉

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    crackerface Répondre
    Mar 10, 2008 @ 18:54

    Too many quests.I just got to the part in the 60-65 guide where you first go to Falcon Watch and are told to take “all 7 quests available”. Well I’m level 62 and I took 9 quests there. Can you list which quests you want us to take?

    One guy gave me 3 quests and another 2 or 3 which would account for most of them. My log was up to 25 quests and I had to ditch a couple of pvp quests I was hoping to do later.

    By the way I’m a huge fan of your guides! This is my first time using the horde guide and I’ve used it since level 20. I had a decent amount of rested xp while leveling and consistently stayed 2-3 levels above your guide. I hit 60 when your guide hit 56 and then finished the rest of the guide. I was wondering if occasionally you could point out a quest or 2 that wouldn’t be so bad to skip if you’re a good amount above the guide. Perhaps one with no follow-ups. You probably wouldn’t be doing it for outlands so you can take advantage of more quests for gold, but maybe for the lower level guides. Regardless, these guides are amazing and I greatly appreciate your work!

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      Mar 20, 2008 @ 22:44

      I added which quests shouldI added which quests should not be taken if you’re level 61+ 😛

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    Qwertyz Répondre
    Mar 11, 2008 @ 22:37

    Many thanksJame & co.

    I used this guide to level and alt and it critically sliced down the time I spent thottboting old quests and going to random points instead of one fluid circuit. I’m raiding on my main til you pump out a 65-70, lol. Hope you get it finished soon (no rush) and keep up the excellent work. Thanks, thanks, thanks!

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    Valtimus Répondre
    Mar 12, 2008 @ 19:48

    Little info…In level 62, just before going to Zabra’jin to make it our new hearthstone home, you suggest :

    “9. Mount up and ride east all the way to Hellfire Peninsula. Go to Cenarion Post (16,52) and turn in [64] Warning the Cenarion Circle and get the follow up [63] Return to the Marsh.

    Ride back to Cenarion Refuge.

    Turn in [63] Return to the Marsh, get the follow up [65] Failed Incursion. This quest leads you to the Coilfang Reservoir instances(…)”

    You can’t get [65] Failed Incursion if you already took to quest of the NE PNJ in Coilfang Reservoir (which was my case, I had the opportunity to go to CR as soon as I entered Zangarmarsh).

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    Mar 13, 2008 @ 5:49

    GreatHey Jame I just finished your 60-65 lvling guide, i wanted to say it’s great, good job,, i rested my toon for one week because i was on mid terms and as soon as i read the last sentence of the guide i was mid lvl 67 :P, im looking forward for the next guide keep the good job best of luck with it

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    humtake Répondre
    Mar 13, 2008 @ 15:39

    Another quest in ShattIn the Lower City at (64,16) is someone named Sha’nir. I received a quest from her named “Strained Supplies” that I happened to just pick up while I was following your guide. The quest required me to collect 8 Dreadfang Venom Sacs. It was just a quest I was going to do because I was nearing the end of your guide, however what happened was the sacs fell off of the spiders you kill when you are doing For The Fallen and also the one where you have to free the warriors from the cacoons.

    I’m not sure if this quest was specific to something because afterwards it becomes a repeatable quest, but I got 10k xp from it. And since I was able to do it while I was killing those spiders, I figure you may want to add the quest to this.

    Btw, I LOVE this guide!!! The only bad part about it is I found it when I was already level 58!!! Thanks so much for all the work you’ve put in, you let my alt level faster than I ever expected!

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      Mar 20, 2008 @ 22:48

      Yes, I left that quest outYes, I left that quest out on purpose. It is only available if you are allied with the Scryers, and it makes you lose Scryers reputation.

      The purpose of this quest is to switch from Scryers to Aldor. There’s also an Aldor counterpart of this quest. Since we’re not that desperate 10K XP, I thought I’d leave those 2 “faction change” quests out.

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    Xeye Répondre
    Mar 14, 2008 @ 23:55

    Quote:5. Go south/southwest5. Go south/southwest to Falcon Watch (27,61). Turn in [62] Falcon Watch and get all 7 quests available in Falcon Watch. Also get the new flight path.

    There is 10 quests not 7, so i don’t know if i got more quest’s or not ; ;

    can you list it please, or correct me if i’m wrong, cuz most of new patch’s for wow they add new quest’s.

    Thank you <3

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      Mar 20, 2008 @ 22:59

      No, it’s not new quests.No, it’s not new quests. It’s just because you were level 61+ when you went there, so more quests were available. But anyway, I’ve added a note mentioning which quests not to take if you’re 61+ 🙂

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    TehBuG Répondre
    Mar 20, 2008 @ 7:15

    Hi! for “Boss Grog’ak” itsHi! for “Boss Grog’ak” its possible for Warlocks and other caster classes to kill him without taking a hit.

    start on the bridge at max range. cast your DoT spells, or spells in general. or, poisions and ETC. anything that u can do at range. he runs to you. as soon as he is about to get to you…. hop off the bridge. he will run to the end of the bridge to get off instead of jumping. keep caster/shooting/etc-ing. when he is about to get to you….. go under the bridge. he will start back again. at this point i killed him, without taking a hit.

    till shade is gone, till water is gone, into the shadow with teeth bared, Screaming Defiance with the last breath, to spit in sightblinders eye on the last day. – (R. Jordan, Wheel of Time)

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    TehBuG Répondre
    Mar 20, 2008 @ 9:05

    Theres an item, the “drainTheres an item, the “drain Schematics” (http://wow.allakhazam.com/db/item.html?witem=24330 ) that starts a quest. the quest is to find the entrance to the coilfang resovoir. all you need to do is goto the pump enrtrnce while killing Fenclaw Thrashers.
    then, return the quest to Ysiel Windsinger in Cenarion Refuge.

    id suggest grinding the mobs shown in the link i gave to get thsi quest.
    —————–
    till shade is gone, till water is gone, into the shadow with teeth bared, Screaming Defiance with the last breath, to spit in sightblinders eye on the last day. – (R. Jordan, Wheel of Time”

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      Mar 20, 2008 @ 22:57

      This is already in theThis is already in the guide. 😛

      Please make sure to check if something is in the guide or not before posting, you can check it very easily and quickly by using the search fonction (hold CTRL + F and then type the word you’re looking for in the search field).

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    doomngloom Répondre
    Mar 20, 2008 @ 20:22

    little glitch?Hi!

    First off….great guide. Been using it ever since I dinged lvl20 and well. I am almost done 😉
    Anyway, I am not sure if there is allready a post about this, but I didn’t see it so…..In the lvl 63 part, at one point you write this:

    ”Go southeast to the Lower End Tavern, located on the east side of Lower City and find Wind Trader Lathrai (72,31), turn in [63] Wind Trader Lathrai and get the follow up [64] A Personal Favor.”

    However. I cannot find any previous mentioning of this guy nor that you have to get this quest.
    It’s a minor thing of course and it’s easy enough to work around it but I thought that you might want to fix it at some point.

    Other than that….kudos!!!!

    Cheers,
    Doomngloom (lvl65 priest) (EU Emerald Dream)

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      Mar 20, 2008 @ 22:51

      You must have missed it,You must have missed it, it’s there, looky:

      …get Empoor below 30%HP and he will stop attacking, then you will be able to turn in the quest [63] By Any Means Necessary. Get the follow up [63] Wind Trader Lathrai.

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    Fantastix Répondre
    Mar 31, 2008 @ 20:37

    Losing gracefully?Hi, first of all ty very much for the guide it is amazing i followed it from 20 to 63 but now i am stuck because i cant seem to be able to get the quest in shattrah city from magistrate Falris, i picked scryers for faction and he has no quest or dialogue available. Any clues why?

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    soundscape Répondre
    Avr 1, 2008 @ 4:16

    Great Guide! But a problem…Hey Guys, great work on the guides! I’ve been following them from level 1 and have thoroughly enjoyed every minute!

    I’m having a problem with this part, however:
    Scryers

    Get the quest [65] Voren’thal the Seer.
    Head south and take the lift to the Scryers’ Tier.
    Go up to the main building and turn in [65] Voren’thal the Seer.
    Exit the building and turn right, get the quest [65] Losing Gracefully from Magister Falris.
    A little bit northeast of this point you should find the Scryers’ inn.

    I’ve been through the parts leading up to this, choosing Scryers as my faction. I’m now friendly with The Scryer’s and hostile with The Aldor.

    The problem I’m having is the quest “Losing Gracefully” from Magister Falris is not available. I found the npc (took me a few minutes because there was no ! on my map), and he has no quests available. Is there a prerequisite I’m missing?

    Thanks again for a top notch guide.

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      Avr 1, 2008 @ 7:37

      This quest seems to haveThis quest seems to have been removed since patch 2.4.0, with the release of the sunwell offensive daily quests.

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    lolcake Répondre
    Avr 8, 2008 @ 14:26

    Prot Spec or Retri?Awesome guide Jame…

    But i’m wondering. I’ve been leveling with a prot spec paladin for a long time now… but since I’ve hit Outland it seems it’s a bit slower. I’m not leveling that fast.

    Have you tried it with a retri spec? Would it be faster? Thanks..

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      Avr 11, 2008 @ 3:06

      I can’t really say, II can’t really say, I haven’t leveled a paladin in Outland yet. I’ve heard people recommend leveling as prot in Outland though.

      The slowness is probably normal though, the exp required for each level from 60+ on is much bigger.

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        lolcake Répondre
        Avr 11, 2008 @ 10:38

        Well…I’ve tried out both specs now, in Outland.

        I can safely say that retri is MUCH better than prot to level as. Prot takes a very long timeto actually kill something, and even though AoE grinding is fast, you can’t do it much in Outland, due to how many spellcasters there are, and how spread out the enemies are.

        Retri is more fun, and more fast. I’m glad I did this becasue I’m enjoying leveling in your guides a lot more now 😀

        Also, I think from patch 2.4 a part hsa been changed. In Zangarmarsh, you only need to get 6 fertile spores instead of 10, and you have to give them to the person opposite the one who you give 10 glowcaps to. Hope it helps 🙂

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          Avr 11, 2008 @ 16:14

          Thank you, I’ll fix itThank you, I’ll fix it 🙂

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    kireo Répondre
    Avr 16, 2008 @ 3:07

    Couple ObsservationsJame & Team:

    Great Guide! I’m currently doing the 60-65 horde guide.

    Couple Observations:

    (a) Demoniac Scryer – this quest must have been nerfed – it was very easy. I was expecting an army of Imps “waves of imps” but only 1-2 came at a time. The Fel Warden came and he was a little harder but doable. Also can you add to the sentence by saying something like this –
    “When you’re ready, right-click the Demoniac Scryer in your bag”
    people might forget it in the bank. Maybe there could also be a sentence at the beginning of the paragraph for this section saying make sure you have the Demoniac Scryer in your bag – some folks don’t play wow for a week…and when they pick back up might go out there and forget it.

    (b) Same with just after the line”
    “2. Go to Zeth’Gor, this time we’re going to enter it by the Northern Gate”
    – can you mention to bring the Zezzark’s Shard. That one I did leave in the bank and went back for it 🙂

    (c) For the instructions on Zeth’gor Must Burn! section – I died about 3-4 times on this one before I figured out what I could do – it was much more difficult than expected. A couple suggestions for a little more explanation on how to do it will help and this is what I had to do to succeed:
    – mention that the mobs respawn quickly so even when you get back from dead, they will be there again and there are several wandering Shaman and patrols to watch for.
    – I gathered about 7 torches even though only 5 are needed technically and lit them all at once at the Forge. The bleeding hollow torch drop rate seems to be 100%.
    – There are two Pions working at the Forge which must be killed. There is a Shaman that walks by the Forge so kill him too.
    – It could have been lag…but I noticed if I stood too close to the buildings, I couldn’t get the torch to work right. Therefore I started trying to throw the torch from farther away and kept clicking it until I was close enough.
    – I also noticed that if you put up a mana shield or something similar, you can almost just run through that place throwing torches as you go.

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      Avr 23, 2008 @ 16:15

      Thanks, added some of yourThanks, added some of your suggestions 🙂

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    kireo Répondre
    Avr 16, 2008 @ 16:16

    Marking the Path quest Southern Beacon

    For Quest Marking the Path where you call it the Eastern Beacon:

    I think it’s officially called the Southern Beacon – there is no Eastern one named. In the Quest itself there is a Western, a Central, and a Southern… even though technically the southern one looks more East than south ( it’s kinda South-east I suppose).

    quote: 4. …you should soon find the Eastern Beacon (36,65). Should say “Southern Beacon”

    Thanks

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      Avr 23, 2008 @ 16:16

      Indeed, I’ll fix that. ThankIndeed, I’ll fix that. Thank you!

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    kireo Répondre
    Avr 21, 2008 @ 4:22

    Scryer Versus AldorGreat Guide!

    For your section on Scryer versus Aldor choice,I went to those 2 weblinks and they did not provide a clear listing of the quartermaster vendor rewards, but rather an overview. I found this website which is pretty good and clear and lists all the rewards and wanted to suggest it.

    http://www.wowwiki.com/Comparison_of_Aldor_and_Scryer_rewards

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      Avr 23, 2008 @ 16:24

      Very good suggestion, I’llVery good suggestion, I’ll add it 🙂

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    Gwyn Répondre
    Mai 9, 2008 @ 2:34

    Love the pre-60 guidesHey I just wanted to first of all say that I’ve used your guides to level at least 4 char’s before your BC guides came out. They’re really great and I appreciate all the time and effort put into them!

    Now I’m levelling another and before I use your BC guides I would like to know if you actually do omit any quests in outlands? I’m hoping not, I don’t like to skip any because of the gold you make off of them. This will actually affect my decision to use the BC guides or not because doing every quest is important to me!

    Thanks!

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      Mai 13, 2008 @ 17:30

      Nope, I don’t skip anyNope, I don’t skip any quest. A few group quests are marked as “optional”, but they’re still there 😛

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    dougal11 Répondre
    Mai 12, 2008 @ 7:23

    Barely into the lvl 63Barely into the lvl 63 portion and I’m already two bars into 65. Great guide 🙂

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    Quixxote Répondre
    Mai 12, 2008 @ 23:57

    Why no exp/hour screenies for 60-70??Hi Jame,

    Amazing guide thank you very much. I’ve followed it religiously since creating my first horde char. One question I have for you is why did you not include you exp/hour screenshots for 60-70? I really enjoyed that information so far( approaching lvl 50 in 4 days) mostly so that I could benchmark my progress with yours. If you don’t have the info, what would you say your avg exp/hr was in outlands?

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      Mai 13, 2008 @ 17:31

      I simply didn’t get the timeI simply didn’t get the time to do that yet. But the average XP/hour was around 100K per hour in Hellfire and Zangarmarsh, and going higher.

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    saariko Répondre
    Mai 13, 2008 @ 17:19

    Turning in SporeaggerGo north to Sporeggar, turn in [64] Sporeggar.

    I happened to get to turn in sporeagger, with almost friendly. once I did truned it it, the glowcap quest was no more available, and I was left stuck with them.
    It would be better (rep wise) to turn the glowcaps first, and only than turn in sporeggar.

    Cheers,

    Saar (level 65 in 9 days played)

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      Mai 13, 2008 @ 17:34

      Good point, thanks! ChangingGood point, thanks! Changing it.

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        saariko Répondre
        Mai 14, 2008 @ 20:09

        fix the coloringThe phrase: Get the quest [64] Sporeggar from Fahssn.
        Has the wrong colors for the words: ‘from’ need to be simple black.
        and ‘Fahsen’ needs to be blue.

        Cheers

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          Mai 15, 2008 @ 17:06

          Thanks again, done!Thanks again, done! 🙂

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    dougal11 Répondre
    Mai 14, 2008 @ 10:20

    Just a couple things youJust a couple things you might wanna add…

    “Go to the top of the tower and kill Sharth Voldoun” – the guy must have 3 times the HP of a normal mob and heals when low on health. He’s tough.

    [64] Escape from Firewing Point

    This is not soloable…she’s only 63, can’t take damage well and gets the aggro of those wandering defenders (who deal quite a bit of damage) and runs into those paired casters. You really don’t have enough time to eat/drink because she just wanders into the next group. Should probably recommend asking if anyone in the area wants to do the escort quest.

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      Mai 14, 2008 @ 16:56

      I’ll add the info aboutI’ll add the info about sharth voldun, thanks 🙂

      The escort is definitely soloable, I’ve done it on several characters, wearing only normal quest items. It’s true she runs into groups sometimes, but that’s when you pop your cooldowns / pots.

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        Caeles Répondre
        Juil 7, 2008 @ 1:28

        Priests can take advantagePriests can take advantage of Mind sooth when doing this quest. I personally only had to fight three mobs.

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    Kirk Répondre
    Mai 22, 2008 @ 8:19

    Void RidgeIt might be nice for Blood Elf paladins to know that their racial Mana Tap and Arcane Torrent spells both activate the resistance thing on the Vacillating Voidcallers, allowing us to use our seals and judgements on it. As the paladin has no offensive abilities that aren’t holy, this is a godsend. Note though that the holy resistance thing is only activated if a paladin uses a judgement against the mob, the retribution aura does not activate it and neither does the seal of righteousness, so Alliance paladins still have a chance.

    To be honest though, I just avoided the Vacillating Voidcallers altogether, as the Collapsing ones were much easier to kill overall (not to mention there was more of them)

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      Mai 26, 2008 @ 16:08

      Added it, thanks. It’s aAdded it, thanks. It’s a little too race/class specific, but anyway, it’s just to give another example, so it’s alright 😛

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    Kirk Répondre
    Mai 22, 2008 @ 8:23

    Void Ridge fixSorry, In my last post I mentioned the mana tap and Arcane Torrent abilities activated the resistance, but forgot to mention that it activates the Arcane Resistance, not Holy, (so then they can use their holy abilities as they wish.)

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    shoban Répondre
    Mai 23, 2008 @ 22:28

    Blood FurnaceI think that Blood Furnace should be added into the guide, preferably during the lvls in Hellfire Peninsula. Blood Furnace is a nice easy dungeon, and there are TWO nice quests once you finish Ramparts. I see no reason why it should be skipped and it will definatly reduce grinding and will make hitting 70 as early as possible for quests for money sooner. lvl 60 seems to be a good enough lvl for ramparts, and lvl 60-62 players can easily manage BF if they fight with skill.

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      Mai 26, 2008 @ 16:12

      Sure thing, added itSure thing, added it 🙂

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    maerdred Répondre
    Mai 28, 2008 @ 1:53

    Olemba Seed Oil?I’m following through the Terrokkar section and you mention to pick up Olemba Seeds, then you mentiopn turning in the quest Olemba Seed Oil, but I never see where you say to pick up that quest.

    Am I missing something?

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      Mai 28, 2008 @ 14:47

      Quote:Go southeast toGo southeast to Stonebreaker Hold (50,44). Turn in [62] News from Zangarmarsh.

      Get all the quests, there should be 9.

      I believe this is the part you missed 🙂

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    andrekdsh Répondre
    Mai 28, 2008 @ 7:51

    Did’nt need to attack EmpoorDid’nt need to attack Empoor for
    [63] By Any Means Necessary. 🙂

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      Mai 28, 2008 @ 14:48

      That just means someone elseThat just means someone else beat him right before you found him.

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    Mai 30, 2008 @ 20:19

    I just finished this guideI just finished this guide with my rogue. Things usually went fine and according to the guide, except when I had to attack the legion camps north of Trallmar. Those was very frustrating and I died a lot. I would recommend that you move those a bit later in the guide, and have us do the easier quests to the south before.

    Also, following the guide I ended up with more quests for the next part than I’m supposed to. I also had these two quests that I picked up in Zabra’jin:
    BEM: [65] The Ogre Threat
    Zangarmarsh: [64] Reinforcements for Garadar
    Now I know we do the Ogre Threat later, but you might what to mention we we shouldn’t pick it up.
    The Reinforcements quest on the other hand leads to Nagrand, so I would suggest that you add that one to the guide.

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    Chrosis Répondre
    Juin 6, 2008 @ 12:19

    Regarding SkywingI’ve a number of 70s and always skipped this in the past, but I attempted it this time. I tried as a level 64 Frost Mage and found that it simply isn’t possible to kill the elite. He hits for 995-1150 damage on cloth and I even took a ‘1775 (crushing)’ hit, and with only 4k health I failed it twice before giving up. I’d suggest giving a warning for low armor classes.

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      Juin 10, 2008 @ 18:42

      Well, funnily enough, whileWell, funnily enough, while I was writing this guide, I was on a frost mage. I really had no particular troubles soloing skywing. Proper use of frost nova + water elmental frost nova and shatter combos made a quick deal of Skywing, he never got to melee me…

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        Naeaf Répondre
        Juin 18, 2008 @ 15:10

        I just completed this tooI just completed this too with frostmage and it was no problems at all if you use theright spells.

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    disregard_lc Répondre
    Juin 10, 2008 @ 14:26

    Firewing Signet / Mark of Kil’jaedenJust pointing out – you can turn in the FS and MK after you hit honored if you complete the pre-neutral turnins several times with the opposing faction (Dreadwing Spider Sac, Cold Basilisk Eye).

    The reason you may want to consider doing these opposing faction turnins is because only the Firewing Signet and Marks of Kil’jaeden also give SHA’TAR REPUTATION, which there is no direct turnin for (unless you count the random Etherium Prisonners)

    This is a great guide! I’ve used it 5 times on Alliance Side and twice on Horde!

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      disregard_lc Répondre
      Juin 13, 2008 @ 14:31

      Correction!Just to clarify, the turnin items to reduce your Aldor reputation are:
      – 8 Dampscale Basilisk Eyes for quest Voren’thal’s Visions (Arcanist Adyria in Shattrath City).
      – 8 Dreadfang Venom Sac for quest Strained Supplies (Sha’nir in Shattrath City).

      Both the Basilisk Eyes and Venom Sacs drop off the the respective mobs located throughout Terokkar Forest.

      Note: Excluding the Human Racial Diplomacy, each turnin will reduce your faction with the opposing faction by 275, and increase your faction with the turnin faction by 250. Both turnins separately yield a reward of 10750 EXP (or 5g 16s at level 70), so it may not be a bad idea to include this in the guide just for a quick XP boost – like the cloth turnins from Azeroth.

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    deadbones Répondre
    Juin 20, 2008 @ 23:11

    Hi jame, awesome guide!!Hi jame, awesome guide!! (been following it since lvl 20) i just want to say that its something wrong with this one:

    Exit the village by the western gate and then go south to the Refugee Caravan (37,50). Turn in:

    [63] Seek Out Kirrik, get [64] Veil Skith: Darkstone of Terokk
    Get [63] Before Darkness Falls
    Get [64] Missing Friends
    Get [65] The Infested Protectors

    On my 64 druid i just found one of the quests, maybe they are removed?

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      Juin 26, 2008 @ 18:34

      Those quests should beThose quests should be available to you if you got the quest [63] Seek Out Kirrik.. (which you should if you followed the guy up to this point).

      My guess is that you forgot that quest. If not, I really have no idea.

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    Dainto Répondre
    Juil 26, 2008 @ 3:10

    The Vengeful HarbringerI’ve been using your guides since 21 and everything has been awesome.

    Just a slight correction, in order to get the quest The Vengeful Harbringer you need to do the quest The Infested Protectors first.

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    Kooopsta Répondre
    Août 7, 2008 @ 1:59

    58-65?Yeah, hey James. I was wondering if you could give a little advice to me. As you stated, I could’ve started this at 58. I did, and it just isn’t good. As you know, MANY people try to get through at 58. Like me, it’s hard following your guide at 58 in Outlands. Like in Falcon Watch and whatnot you don’t get quests until 60. Zangamarsh it’s 62 at Swamprat. So I was wondering if you give me advice on what I should do. I followed the guide from 58 and now that I am level 61 and just got to the 62 part but I can’t do it because I’m only a bit over half way to 62. What should I do? I think in my opinion you should make a version for 58-65 or so. I would’ve followed your guide and actually be level 62 or higher actally but you shut down the site for a bit back when I was level 40 so I had to solo and I went out at 68 because my friend’s told me to. So what should I do, hope to get a response quick enough and if at all.

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      Sep 8, 2008 @ 18:23

      And that’s why I alwaysAnd that’s why I always strongly recommend to not go to Outland at 58 and to finish the quests in Azeroth, it’s just so much easier that way and in the end it’s quicker and for sure more profitable.

      Anyway, what you should do now is do a couple of instance runs in Hellfire Citadel. Do ramparts a couple of times and one Blood Furnace run and you’ll be more than ok then.

      If you can’t find a group, you can go grind at the Expedition Armory in Hellfire penninsula, they got low HP and drop cash + runecloth/netherweave cloth. A bit boring but it’s easy and steady XP, plus it’s good for your finances.

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    arlem Répondre
    Août 22, 2008 @ 15:30

    A Spirit GuideFirst time comment here. I’ve only been playing WoW for a month and have been following your wonderful guide since level 23 (I like running a couple levels ahead of it. I even do the optional circuits)

    I just completed the mission “A Spirit Guide” on my 63 warlock … well actually it didn’t complete as my reputation with the Mag’har fell 500 points short of friendly.

    So I’m having to skip all the related missions until I can find a way to level up my reputation with them.

    It won’t cause me any problems, will it?

    Thanks again for the great guide.

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    kulkie Répondre
    Août 26, 2008 @ 0:47

    good guidehave to say its a great guide, i dont get much time to play of a night but im still leveling rather fast thanks to this. slightly ahead of this guide due to instancing and rested bonus 🙂

    im up to [65] Kill the Shadow Council! and already a portion through 65 and have made 1k gold 🙂 thanks for the guide this is the first time ive used it

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    Sep 1, 2008 @ 9:50

    Reporting.Hello Jame&Team! I’ve been using your guides since level 21, and the Snowflake’s guide before it! 🙂 Just flawless!

    This guide was perfect, way better than the previous guides. I haven’t found any errors, it was just perfect for me. The leveling was quick and smooth.
    I’ve started this guide with 50% into level 60, and I always kept that advantage :). This means that I could skip instances without problems in lack of experience and probably will ding 70 at middle of 69 section. I haven’t done any instances at all because of lack of parties 🙁 , maybe it’s only on my server (Aerie Peak – EU English realm).

    My /played is a bit low than 7 days, but I’ve spent some time doing PvP (I got the merciless gladiator leather helm, so you know how much I spent on Alterac Valley) and on the AH – I haven’t got a Bank Alt. I have a final question, and I’ll be glad if you, Jame, can answer me: my question is about money, because I have 1400 golds at level 65. In your experience is a good amount of money? I would ding 70 with some nice golds. I read that you ding 70 with about 3k gold, but I think that I won’t :(. I’d be glad of your answer. I also have mining+skinning, and I sell most of the cloth that I find, but I still feel a lack in my gold.

    I’m done with talking, time for leveling now!! 😉

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      Sep 9, 2008 @ 16:15

      Yes it’s a normal amount ofYes it’s a normal amount of gold for your level. Depending on luck and the effort you put with the AH, it could vary of course, but it’s still fine.

      You’ll probably hit 70 with 2K-2.5K gold and then the additional circuits and daily quests will do the rest, don’t worry.

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    Ewiggy24 Répondre
    Sep 11, 2008 @ 14:17

    Ivé done everything in theIvé done everything in the guild, up to where I’m suposed to get the follow up [65] Failed Incursion, but it’s not there.
    The only difference between me and the guild is I’m level 64, have run both resevior instances already, and I’m alreasy Honoured with Cenarion Expidition.
    Are any of these the reasons I can’t get the quest?

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      Sep 11, 2008 @ 15:43

      It’s perfectly normal if youIt’s perfectly normal if you have done the coilfang reservoir instances. Don’t worry.

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    Feroby Répondre
    Sep 28, 2008 @ 18:50

    AddonsThe addons dont work, everytime I start WoW i get an error, I enabled the Load Out Of Date Addons Option but it still didnt work, can u help me on this one?

    Grtz, Feroby

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      Sep 28, 2008 @ 23:08

      Could you tell me exactlyCould you tell me exactly which addons don’t work and where did you download them?

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        Feroby Répondre
        Sep 30, 2008 @ 15:50

        AddonsAll of them, i just get an error when i start WoW with the Addons enbabled, but then i used Wowmatrix.com and it worked really fast and really nice. So problem solved, but still it was really weird those from wowace.com didnt work.

        Grtz Feroby

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    Uberlicious Répondre
    Oct 5, 2008 @ 21:02

    Scout Neftis LocationScout Neftis location according to my Titan AddOn is (39.43).

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      Oct 6, 2008 @ 1:01

      That’s correct. Fixed it,That’s correct. Fixed it, thanks!

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    tbfy64 Répondre
    Oct 9, 2008 @ 15:44

    Hearth LocationThis guide is the most useful piece of literature about WoW ever written.

    I followed your guide all the way to its end, from 21 – 60, before the Outland section. I ended up at level 61 with 6.5 bubbles.

    Quick note: before Outland, the last hearthstone location you set us with is Undercity. There’s no mention of setting your hearth to Thrallmar at the start of the Outland guide, but not too far in you mention hearthing back to Thrallmar.

    Just thought I’d let ya know. Thanks for the guide, it’ll get my rogue to 70 for Wrath. 🙂

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      Oct 9, 2008 @ 19:22

      I think you missed thisI think you missed this 😛 :

      Go to the inn and make it your home location.

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        tbfy64 Répondre
        Oct 11, 2008 @ 10:21

        Hmm. Yes.Hmm. Yes.

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    Roflcopter Répondre
    Oct 12, 2008 @ 0:48

    Awesome guideHey Jame, first off let me say that this guide is amazing. I’m levelling a prot pally atm. I went to hfp at level 58, did the guide up to the second flying quest and then just went to WPL and did all the cauldron quests. This got me to 2 bars off 60. As a protadin i’ve been tanking alot of instance runs and i’m currently 1-2 levels infront of the guide. I have one question tho: I am lacking serious gold. I am up to the Cenarion post quests and i only have 125 gold without an epic mount. Am i doing anything wrong?

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      Oct 12, 2008 @ 20:04

      It does seem low. Are youIt does seem low. Are you selling your stuff at the AH? If yes, are you selling it at a very low price or something?

      Runecloth and Netherweave cloth should sell nicely.

      In any case, don’t worry too much about it, since you’re ahead of my guide you’ll have plenty of extra gold from the last circuits, and then there’s still dailies.

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        Oct 24, 2008 @ 16:35

        Runecloth is sold for lessRunecloth is sold for less than 10g / stack
        Netherveawe is even worse and is sometime on for 2g / stack

        Theres just too much cloth out and people get more from doing Shattered sun dailies and hardly anyone buying it.

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          Oct 24, 2008 @ 16:41

          Ahh well, prices will goAhh well, prices will go back up though after the expansion hits. More people will want to level tailoring (and other tradeskills) and the supplies of netherweave / runecloth will quickly dry out, as you don’t get any of that on Northrend.

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    Thyreus123 Répondre
    Oct 15, 2008 @ 22:31

    Patch 3.0.2Hey Jame, first let me say that your guides are amazing, i’ve used them to level up 2 characters to 70 and am currently on my third so thanks alot for that. 😀

    Anyway, my question is are you planning on reducing the quest circuits with the 30% decrease in XP needed from 60-70, if so when will you be doing that as i know youre already swamped with the WotLK guides.

    Thanks.

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      Oct 16, 2008 @ 10:24

      Hey and thank you

      No, IHey and thank you 🙂

      No, I don’t plan to change my circuits at all, there’s no reason to. If people end up level 70 and still have a lot of zones to do before they finish my Outland guide, it’s great. They have the option to finish them and get a headstart before going to WotLK. Maybe even hit level 71 before setting foot on Northrend, which has many advantages.

      They also have the option to go to Northrend immediately when they hit 70, no matter where they are at in my Outland guide. It’s up to them, but I recommend the first option.

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    zinguz Répondre
    Oct 22, 2008 @ 15:27

    Going great and ahead of schedule.Just want to say this guide is going absolutely great. In the previous chapter i got from 59-60 in amazing time doing just the quests in WPL from the Bulwark. Now I am in outlands I am 30% through lvl 62 and have just passed the lvl 61 stage of the guide i beleive the 30% xp reduction is the cause of this but it is great as it only means the quests are done faster. Id like to stress how good it is to follow Jame and go to outlands at 60 as i did and a guildie went at 58. The benefits of going at 60 are quicker killing of mobs, less aggro which all means less dieing and wasted corpse runs.
    Thanks Jame!

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      Oct 22, 2008 @ 20:14

      That’s what I like to hear,That’s what I like to hear, thank you for your feedback. Spread the word, tell peopel to follow my advice about the “going to outland at 58 sucks” thing. We need to convert everyone! :p

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    Oct 24, 2008 @ 11:33

    lvl 61) 4. [63] The Foot of the Citadel.first things first
    /love Jame

    Slight warning if you are preparing for this fight: clear the area first to prevent adds. If you’re trying to solo this one, you’ve used the banner and you die, you’ll have to get the quest again. The banner is *gone* :jawdrop:

    quite doable. I was a 64 freshly respecced prot warrior having 50%HP after Gorax and 25%/30%HP after Kargath, but I think with a little more experience at 62/63 this could have been doable.

    Still, it’s an MMORPG. Grouping is part of the game 🙂

    /salute Jame

    zyzx – orc warrior – wildhammer – Pink n Pwning

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    Dudda5000 Répondre
    Oct 25, 2008 @ 0:38

    SkippingHi jame I’ve been usin your guides since the mid 20s and they are awesome but I have just dinged 65 and I’ve just started the level 62 bit in Zangarmarsh, do you think I should skip some of the guide?

    Dudda

    Admin’s note: Fixed spelling. Please do an effort with your spelling next time. Use “I” instead of “i”, and “you’re” instead of “ure”. “you” instead of “u”. “your” instead of “ur”. Etc. Thanks in advance.

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      Oct 25, 2008 @ 9:30

      No, there’s no reason toNo, there’s no reason to skip at all. Being ahead in levels is great.

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    Hexxer Répondre
    Oct 27, 2008 @ 2:14

    Transition towards this guideHey, man, great guide.

    I was looking to jump on to this guide but I couldn’t find a “checkpoint” where the quest log was clear to get in.

    In any case, could I jump in at level 58 to do the Outland quests you refer to? In any case, the halved the exp required to get to 70 so I think those 2 levels would be compensated… does it make sense?

    Anyhow, thanks for the guide!

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      Oct 27, 2008 @ 8:00

      Yes you could do that. ThereYes you could do that. There might be a couple of quests you can’t access in hellfire penninsula if you don’t hit level 61 quick though. But in the end it should work out and you’ll for sure be 70 way before the end of my guide.

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        Hexxer Répondre
        Oct 27, 2008 @ 20:50

        I guess I can just runI guess I can just run Ramparts till I get to 61!

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    Dudda5000 Répondre
    Oct 27, 2008 @ 21:12

    MoneyHey jame I’m level 66 now but I only have 350 gold but I’m still way ahead in the guide because I dinged 66 before you even said ding 63 but do you still think its low? 😕

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      Oct 27, 2008 @ 21:31

      It’s a little low yes, butIt’s a little low yes, but don’t worry about it, if you follow my guide till the end (even after you hit level 70), you’ll get a lot of gold from quests.

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    jaysleepy Répondre
    Nov 6, 2008 @ 12:37

    Faster WoflyFor the quest [62] A Spirit Guide. The one with the wolf totem. When you summon the wolf, get on your mount. The wolf starts to run faster if you’re on your mount. You get there faster hehe. I dont know if you fail the quest if you leave the wolf behind like escort quests. So yea… I hope this helps.

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    Potatomasherjim Répondre
    Nov 8, 2008 @ 10:02

    Stonebreaker…what?Hey =D
    In the level 64 section of the guide, second point 4 down, it says to go to Stonebreaker Post, instead of stonebreaker camp.
    May be something worth correcting as there’s also a Stonebreaker hold, so people will see the typo and not know which Stonebreaker to go to.

    Also, thanks for your guide 🙂 I can’t believe how fast I’ve leveled this character – I’m a horribly slow leveler without this guide, so thank you soo much!!! You’re guide is amazing =D

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    Steeleemus Répondre
    Nov 10, 2008 @ 21:58

    Great guide! Just a little commentHey Jamie. I’ve used your guides for more than a year now. It has resultet in 12 lvl 70 characters 🙂 I look forward to wotl so I can lvl some more! 😀

    Anyways. I noticed in this guide that there is a little misguide on one of the maps:
    “3. Get back on the road and go west until you reach Cenarion Post. Turn in the two quests you have and get the 4 quests available: ” The number 3 on the map is actually placed on the wrong side of the “mountain”/stone at the map. Its placed at the eastern side and not on the western side (which is where you find the camp itself)

    Keep up the good work Jamie!

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    Ninjavatar Répondre
    Nov 12, 2008 @ 6:02

    Right one for me? If I have completed your death knight 55-61 guide, can I still begin outland with this one? even though the dk goes to 61?

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    kovah Répondre
    Nov 12, 2008 @ 10:43

    4 of us in Outland Hi Jame

    You may remember my post from before, we’re running the 3 DK’s to 70 ASAP, and our new page is at http://www.dkhavok.com/

    But my question is..

    We now have a Feral Druid joining us at 58 as well so he’s teaming up after we finish the DK start bits. Is it better to go in pairs? Or should we go as a 4? We plan on doing all the instances at the end of each zone anyways 🙂

    Also any idea how long it’ll take us to get to lvl 70 starting 11pm UK time tonight as that’s when the servers go live.

    Oh and I got my WOTLK collectors edition delivered 5 mins ago 😀

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    Nov 17, 2008 @ 11:54

    For the quest “What Book?Not only that, but I tanked the 2 adds while burning down Larry. He quit at 1% and walked away, but his friends wouldn’t back off. I took them out, but the quest wasn’t completed and I had to redo it.

    As always, don’t be smart; Jame knows best:

    “…while killing his 2 friends, they are easy. Then kill larry,…”

    /salute

    zyzx – orc warrior – wildhammer – Pink n Pwning

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    Tyby Répondre
    Nov 19, 2008 @ 20:12

    [63] The Big Bone Worm for pallysI got into outlands from lvl 58 with my pally and all worked great. But as you know paladins don’t have range attacks so they can’t use the nice trick at the [63] The Big Bone Worm quest. But i managed to do it solo at lvl 66. So this is how i did it:

    1. I used this spec: Talent Spec

    2.I did not have any Blues on my character all the items i had was from quest rewords, and a lvl 41 wrist.

    3.Have at least 1 or 2 mana potions.(you should have some from previous q rewords)

    4.The only buff on me was Ret aura, Blessing of Might and Seal of Command

    About the fight, nothing special:Use judgment of light, Crusader strike and Devine storm every time when the cooldown fades. When The art of War procs HEAL even if you are full hp still heal because there is a chance that you will crit heal and sheet of light will pop . If you get low on hp just stop from attacking him and spam flash of light until you are full hp. Then just kip attacking him. When you get low MP use a potion. If you lose all your mana again wait until you get low on hp and use use lay on hands.Also remember to keep Seal of Command up.When he has only 35% HP left use Hammer of Wrath and he should die.

    I did all the group q alone with these strategy.Even [63+] Colossal Menace at lvl 61 or so. Usually a paladin knows all of this but i just wanna point out that it can be done.Sorry for my misspelling and hope it helped.

    Admin’s Note: Edited the link. It was too long and messing up with the page’s display.

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    Nov 23, 2008 @ 23:27

    Almost lvl 65 …And I am still in the guide 60-61! Been using your guide since lvl 31 and done a lot of instances and stuff. Still doing them, mainly to get some gear matching my class and lvl (BE pally) Is it wise to still do everything in Hellfire or should I skip and go off to Zangarmarsh? Also big compliments on the guide! I lvl like crazy and, like I said, doing instances helps a lot XP- and rep wise too!

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      Nov 24, 2008 @ 11:49

      Don’t skip anything.

      DoingDon’t skip anything.

      Doing green quests is great, they give 100% xp and are done twice as fast.

      Also, you gain very important reputations in Hellfire. Without those you won’t be able to access many other quests in the following Outland zones.

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        Nov 24, 2008 @ 12:06

        Rep … off course!I forgot all about the rep indeed. Thank you very much!

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    Nov 24, 2008 @ 5:24

    Starting at 61This was the first time I waited until level 61 before I moved into Outlands (after I did 58-61 in EPL after your guide in one session). I went in at 58 with my shaman and at 60 with my hunter and paladin. And now I FINALLY realized how much better it is to go in post 60. Even though I`m sure it’s easy to grind in Hellfire with a death knight at level 58 too, I went from 61 to 64 in one session of about 3-4 hours before I left Hellfire and went to Zangarmarsh. And I also abandoned the group quests I failed to solo. Just before I went to Orgrimmar to turn in the Mag’har quest at Thrall, I dinged 63 and when I came back to Hellfire, I was 30% in with 12 minutes played on that level.

    So listen to Jame and wait with Outlands until level 60-61. You can aoe grind more mobs. You can finish quests much faster. You won’t regret it!

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    kouik Répondre
    Nov 24, 2008 @ 11:29

    wouawwwwHi Jame,

    With my wife, we are not really brand new leveler. We used many tools, like our memory (6 70 for me, and 5 for my wife). We just decided to follow your guide to level 2 death knights. Your guide made it really faster than it was possible without.
    but, there was really more benefit than this levelling speed :

    – No more : oh, just go here finish this quest.
    – No more : oh, I’ll finish these monsters later for this borring quest with low drop rate. No, we know when to finish or not.
    – No more : I’m too tired to quest, I will just kill some monster around, we just have to read.

    Yes, we are very happy, this is a wonderfull guide.

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    K.Brothers Répondre
    Nov 27, 2008 @ 2:49

    Hellfire Expedition Armoryso you just tell us to kill knights until some case drops or something, u never tell us to do the quest there the first time, you just kinda expect us to. i was surprised and just didn’t do it then, but apparently I was supposed to. U might wanna change that, it’s right by the Smooth as Butter and Debris part.

    Admin’s Note: Please watch your spelling. Use proper capitalization, “you” instead of” u”, etc. Thank you.

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      Nov 27, 2008 @ 10:58

      I’m not sure what youI’m not sure what you mean.

      If you’re talking about this part:

      Go southeast to the Expedition Armory (55,76), kill Unyielding Knights until one drops A Mysterious Tome. Right-click it and start the quest [61] Decipher the Tome.

      Then all I ask is to find the tome and to right-click it to accept the quest. Nothing more.

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      Déc 1, 2008 @ 19:08

      I know you mean, but you areI know what you mean, but you are gravely mistaken.

      He isn’t expecting you to do something if it isn’t in the guide. If you progress further into the guide, you will see that the quest [61] Make Them Listen will show up. Please read on before criticizing someone’s guides.

      Quote: ”5. Mount up, ride southeast to Expedition Armory and clear to the guard tower at the entrance of the town (57,77). Turn in [61] Honor the Fallen.
      Melee classes: choose the sword, it will be useful later, so don’t sell it either until I say you can.

      Now kill what you still need for [61] Make Them Listen.
      Tip: there’s a lot of Unyielding Footmen nicely lined up on the hill behind the tower we just visited.”

      There you have it 🙂

      Please, before pointing out mistakes, do proper research, use the search function. If you are certain that something is not correct, report it.

      Thanks in advance,

      Shikamaru

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    heatckerr Répondre
    Nov 28, 2008 @ 15:57

    Should I move on?First off, I’d like to thank you for your guide. It’s been SUPER helpful for me. I followed your Death Knight Guide but when I got to just a few bars from 61 I went to your Outlands Guide.

    I seem to be ahead of the leveling curve, mostly due to the patches and what not.

    I’m just wondering that as it stands now, I’m lvl 64 and only up to getting the quests from Cenarion Circle (just got the one with the giants). Should I skip ahead to Terrokar or keep ahead with the guide? Thanks in advance.

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      Nov 29, 2008 @ 0:10

      Don’t skip anything.

      DoingDon’t skip anything.

      Doing green quests is great XP. Better than yellow quests.

      It’s normal that you’re ahead, keep doing whatever you were doing 🙂

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      rmanzero Répondre
      Nov 29, 2008 @ 21:38

      I think you should stick toI think you should stick to the guide. I was about 64 for most of Zangarmarsh, and by the end of this guide I should be three quarters into 68, but the guide’s working for me just fine. In fact, all the quests being green just makes leveling much more efficient (same exp, less effort. why not?)

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    bobbieboucher Répondre
    Déc 2, 2008 @ 22:42

    ogre cratesJust wanted to do a quick little helpful fyi – when you are doing the quest “Stealing Back the Mushrooms” — if you loot a crate – a Ango’rosh Mauler will appear. Just thought a little side note in the guide could help.

    Thanks!

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    bukuryu745 Répondre
    Déc 3, 2008 @ 10:06

    a forgotten quest?hey i noticed u stated in your guide to pick up a quest called weaken the ramparts but nowhere do i see some at some point to do it or turn it in…did i miss something??!?!

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      Déc 3, 2008 @ 20:19

      Quote:

      Now here’s whatQuote:

      Now here’s what we’re gonna do. Start looking for a group to do [63] The Foot of the Citadel and/or a Hellfire Rampart group. Hellfire Rampart is a very quick instance and the XP is actually quite nice, not to mention the nice rewards from the bosses and the quest.

      —–

      Weaken the Ramparts is done in Hellfire Ramparts, so it hasn’t been forgotten 🙂

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        bukuryu745 Répondre
        Déc 4, 2008 @ 3:36

        my badi see it the paragraph was kinda tiny so i guess i missed my mistake

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    Déc 3, 2008 @ 16:05

    1. Go east to the Great1. Go east to the Great Fissure.

    ==Note== For those who didn’t do [63] Wanted: Blacktalon the Savage yet. Now is your last chance. If you can’t solo it and can’t find help, just abandon this quest and come back to do it at level 70.

    Yet has been colored along with [63] Wanted: Blacktalon the Savage. 🙂

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    Déc 3, 2008 @ 16:41

    Get full HP/Mana, and you’dGet full HP/Mana, and you’d better have your cooldowns and potion timer ready. Void Baron Galaxis will spawn with 2 adds, kill them first, they die very fast and if you don’t kill them, they will heal Galaxis for 5000HP each.
    When you’re ready, right-click the Warp Rift Generator in your inventory. Kill him and loot Galaxis Soul Shard.

    Hearthstone back to Falcon Watch. Turn in [62] Marking the Path

    ———

    My Hearthstone was at a 43-minute cooldown, that’s not right I guess :p

    I suggest to mount up and ride back to Spinebreaker Ridge and fly to Falcon Watch from there 🙂

    EDIT: Oops, double post -.-

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    Arexx Répondre
    Déc 4, 2008 @ 1:08

    Spinbreaker PostFirst off, great guide. IN the following line, about going to Spinebreaker post:

    5. Talk to Wing Commander Brack, ask him to send you to Spinebreaker Post.
    In Spinebreaker Post, turn in the quest you have and get all the available quests:

    You need to talk to the apothecary Zelena and get the quest for Spinebreaker post first, or the commander won’t fly you there.

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      Déc 4, 2008 @ 1:59

      Well, re-read the text youWell, re-read the text you quoted. It says “get all the available quests”, which includes the one from apothecary zelena ^^.

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        Déc 4, 2008 @ 2:59

        I think he means ApothecaryI think he means Apothecary Zelena needs to be talked to before leaving for Spinebreaker, Jame. However, it says in the guide above that line to get the Spinebreaker Post quest from the Apothecary, so I think it’s covered.

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    Déc 5, 2008 @ 17:13

    4. ==Note== It doesn’t4. ==Note== It doesn’t matter if you haven’t finished the [62] Thick Hydra Scales quest at this point.

    Use the Potion of Water Breathing which you should have in your inventory, dive in the lake and hunt Umbrafen Eels until you

    the ‘g’ in Water Breathing isn’t colored along with the text 🙂

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    Déc 5, 2008 @ 17:15

    3. Keep going south until3. Keep going south until you reach the steam pump at (71,79). You should get a quest update message for the [63] Disturbance at Umbrafen Lake quest.

    ‘quest’ in [63] Disturbance at Umbrafen Lake quest is colored along with the rest of the text.

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    kapp10 Répondre
    Déc 5, 2008 @ 22:14

    Multiple times getting lostabout 5 times just in this chapter (ive been leveling with ur guide since the start) I have been following the guide to my knowledge perfectly reading anything and everything but ive been missing that one last quest everytime because i missed something I didnt really check but i WoWhead the cord quest starter and its usually were the camps are my suggestion is to make the quest color a different color or when you need to go back to hand in 1 quest to get another bold it or CAPSLOCK it because I missed it about 5 or 10 tens now

    Also i used ur Death Knight guide and went straight to this one and well when u say were suppose to ding 65 I ding’d 68 is that huge problem i didnt do anything extra i did Ramparts once but that is all i did just letting you know for death knight

    other then those two concerns this guide has been really helpful and most of my guildies look at my and ask how im leveling so fast and i just shout JAMES FTW and now i got about half my guild using ur guide for there alts!

    Admin’s note: Please do an effort with your spelling next time. Proper capitalization. Use “you” instead of “u”, and “your” instead of “ur”. Thanks in advance.

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      Déc 5, 2008 @ 23:50

      Jame’s new guides have evenJame’s new guides have even better and clearer formatting, which helps solve some of those “oops forgot that quest” problems. He plans to come back and reformat his old ones when he has time, but trust me he is a very busy person! 😉

      It’s natural that you will ding a little earlier than the guide – they changed the XP rates in Outland so it’s MUCH easier to level there now. Don’t worry that you are ahead, it’s a good thing! Only skip sections if the quests are gray or make you kill gray mobs.

      And yes, Jame rocks my socks too 🙂

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    Lucifer666 Répondre
    Déc 10, 2008 @ 23:09

    Hello .I found out aboutHello }:) .I found out about this guides quite soon and I’d like to ask few question: Whats the usual time of getting from level 60-65 using this guide?And would you recomend to start using this guide from my lvl 63 paladin to ding 65?

    }:) Lucifer }:)

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    …Feel the razorblades on your skin
    See your sparking blood
    Let me drink your life…

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      Déc 11, 2008 @ 11:56

      I don’t know the exact time,I don’t know the exact time, it has changed a lot recently and I haven’t tested it.

      All I can tell you is: It will be FASTER than any other guide or addon out there. I’m not trying to sound pompeous or anything, but this is what everyone who tried my guide and the other guides says: My guides are faster and better.

      And yes, you can jump in the guide at any point, just pick an area where you haven’t done all the quests and start from there.

      You will be much ahead of the guide in levels by the way, I warn you, but that’s a GOOD thing, so don’t skip anything.

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        Lucifer666 Répondre
        Déc 11, 2008 @ 18:33

        Well , I did try them withWell , I did try them with my Death Knight , and to be honest , I did ding far more faster than with my Paladin , I did about 3 lvls in about 3.5hours. And Playing on 2 PCs at the same time ( One for WoW , one for the guide ) pwns LoL. I’d say this guide is Wonderfull. ByTheWay , went hasty and started this guide on lvl 58 on half way….. And its still a piece of cake }:) . Nice :jawdrop: JoB!

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          Cheers, thank you for yourCheers, thank you for your feedback 🙂

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    bobbieboucher Répondre
    Déc 12, 2008 @ 21:52

    just a quick editI noticed that right underneath the picture of Ironjaw step 4. says “Go back to Stonebreaker Post, turn in [64] Attack on Firewing Point, get the follow up [65] The Final Code.”

    It should be “Stonebreaker Camp” I know, I know, it’s just a typo, but I thought I would give you a heads up.

    Thanks again for all your hard work on this guide!

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      Déc 12, 2008 @ 23:30

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

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    Déc 13, 2008 @ 1:13

    At the accept instructionAt the accept instruction for quest “Rather Be Fishin\'”, the quest text colouring extends to the next couple of words (from Seth)

    Also, Arakkoa War Path is misspelled as Arrakoa War Path (and Arakkoas and Arrakoas).

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      Déc 13, 2008 @ 11:28

      Thank you, fixedThank you, fixed 🙂

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    Tetriste Répondre
    Déc 14, 2008 @ 23:17

    Great guideI followed the guide at lvl 18 on my pally to get to 55 to make a death knight, it went really fast. Now I feel things slowing a lot though XD I’m lvl 66 now. Anyways, I think it’s a great guide, although sometimes I skip lines and it messes me up XD (unintentional)

    “Go southeast to Dustquill Ravine, clear the way to the southern most part of the Ravine, where you should find a Torn Pilgrim’s Pack (22,68).” (near Falcon Watch) I think you meant southwest, unless I missunderstood something? (I’m french so it’s kinda possible)

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      Déc 15, 2008 @ 0:36

      He heHe he, I ran this as my Death Knight and he got to 64 before he was even done with Hellfire. Most likely am going to keep following it to get to 71/72 by the time it’s over.

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      Déc 15, 2008 @ 0:53

      Nope, you didn’tNope, you didn’t misunderstand. Thank you for pointing out this mistake, fixed it 🙂

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    hatred1 Répondre
    Déc 22, 2008 @ 19:26

    What i didWhat i did when i reached lvl 63 is that instead of going into Zangarmash, i stayed in HFP i made the achievement there and until like level 64 1/2 i went into Zangarmash.

    Then at level 66 i went to Nagrand and my first quest was Ring of Blood. At level 68, I went to Netherstorm and went for other 2 levels. I did this in one week or less. :jawdrop:

    Now I’m leveling with my brother in Howling Fjord following your guide too much 😀 Thanks for all your guides really thanks

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    Kanniebaal Répondre
    Déc 25, 2008 @ 13:27

    GuideHey Jaina,

    I decided to follow your guide on my paladin who was 29 when I started the guide. Its been awesome and very fast but I have 1 side node regarding the outland guide.

    The moment I dinged 60 I finished the quests I had completed but dropped the rest and went off to Outland.

    I just finished hellfire peninsula and dinged 64 while you mentioned you should be 62. Whats up with that? I barely use any rested but do have the Tattered Dreadmist Mantle which gives 10% extra xp on mobs but thats hardly worth 2 levels if you’d ask me 🙂

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    Inexplicable Répondre
    Déc 26, 2008 @ 17:09

    Where to startI have just made a Tauren Death Knight, and im wondering should i start the guide at lvl 60 or would i be missing out on alot of chain quests done previously in the lower level guides?

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    mynameisderek85 Répondre
    Déc 28, 2008 @ 10:15

    thanks againim currently using this guide to lvl my dk. im currently at 64 (while the guide is only 3/4ths of the way through 61). once again, im amazed. before this guide, my strategy was to walk into an area, take all the quests i could find, complete them and then id be lost because there would be no quests left to take. this guide takes me from point A to point B without any confusion.

    I havent skipped anything, yet. Sometimes I have a hard time finding groups for those group quests, but I just come back to those when I find someone who needs it. This guide also helps me do everything else (besides professions). I’m already honored with UC and Hellfire while almost completing the exploration achievement for this area without actually having to roam around to find it (it just so happens most of the areas are where quests are anyway). I already have 300 gold (id have more but there was a few times where i got aggroed to death and had to spend gold on repairs, plus talents cost more around this level :D).

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    seylm Répondre
    Jan 5, 2009 @ 17:52

    Found a Mistake“Hearthstone back to Falcon Watch. If it’s not up, ride back to Spinebreaker Post and fly to Falcon Watch. Turn in:”
    Since you just rode to Shattrah and ported to Orgrimmar, it’s not really possible to ride back to Spinebreaker Post. Love your guides by the way. 🙂

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    Purpleshadow Répondre
    Jan 6, 2009 @ 13:37

    About turning your quest in at Falcon Watch… 🙂 5. Go south/southwest to Falcon Watch (27,61). Turn in [62] Falcon Watch and get all 7 quests available in Falcon Watch.

    When you get into the area where the question mark is for turning in this quest… you’ll notice a transporter much like the one in Undercity or in Silvermoon City… you need to take this transporter in order to turn in this quest.

    This has probably been said before and I didn’t catch it, but I figured it may help.

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    Jan 13, 2009 @ 0:58

    Hearthstone overdose!Well, this is just something I picked up. After the trip to Orgrimmar in the Hellfire section, the guide has us use our Hearthstone three times within 30-40 minutes (once in Orgrimmar, once in Pools of Aggonar, once in Void Ridge). If any of those should be removed, perhaps the middle one since the Pools are very close to Falcon Watch as it is (probably around 1 min riding on epic mount).

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      Jan 13, 2009 @ 12:32

      Yea, very good pointYea, very good point 🙂

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    Deathknight FTW Répondre
    Jan 17, 2009 @ 17:51

    Skywing QuestI am not sure if maybe I am jinxed, but as I was doing the skywing quest, right at the last platform a level 63 elite spawned (not once but three times) and each time killed skywing even with my help. Do you suposse this is a bug, or was it missed in the guide? Thanks for all of your help!!

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      Jan 17, 2009 @ 23:04

      Hmm no this is normal, it’sHmm no this is normal, it’s the last fight of the escort and it’s supposed to be tough. You’ll have to use everything you got. It might be too hard depending on your class and gear, so you’ll either have to find help for the quest or simply abandon it.

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    Dainto Répondre
    Jan 18, 2009 @ 16:53

    Skywing WarningYou may want to add a little tip on the Skywing escort quest, that the Oracles (I believe that’s what their called) have a knock-back. I was doing this earlier and got knocked off the platform causing me to fail the quest.

    Once again, thanks for the guides.

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    derekj54 Répondre
    Jan 21, 2009 @ 18:13

    Thank you!I rolled a DK, did your DK and 60-65 guides and am 68.5, its been awesome, i dont like questing but being able to do them so effectively makes it a little different. Would you go to northrend at 70/71? or would you suggest me finish outland? i dont need the gold, just need the exp, but i want to be most efficient. thank again

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    Nyon Répondre
    Jan 22, 2009 @ 21:21

    Going to Outland at 59?I have a Rogue at 58 currently, and since Outland leveling has been sped up a bit, I was wondering if it is viable to go to Outland at 59 now and still get to 70 when the 65-70 guide ends, or even before? Personally I don’t care about saving Outland quests for 80 for gold, so that’s not an issue for me.
    I’m just kind of antsy to get out of the Old World. =X

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      Jan 22, 2009 @ 23:00

      Sure that works.

      However,Sure that works.

      However, just now that you actually level fater while following my plaguelands circuits than my outland circuits. About 180K xp / hour in Plaguelands, 130k xp /hour in Hellfire.

      At least it was that way for me when I leveled my Death Knight recently.

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      Marellya Répondre
      Jan 24, 2009 @ 19:46

      Outland Rate of ProgressI’ve just finished the first half of the Outland guide (as a rogue, no less), and I’m already probably 40% of the way through level *69* — so it’s completely doable in terms of whether you’ll get enough XP. The only question I would have is, are there going to be enough quests that you can handle while you’re catching up to the Guide.

      Since I followed the Old World guide until completion, I actually wound up around 61-62 when I got to Outland, so I couldn’t really judge. If you’re well-funded, and hence well-equipped, I imagine it would be perfectly okay.

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    Jan 27, 2009 @ 16:49

    Just finished this guideAfter I followed your Death Knight guide I switched to this one and I love them both. I did only 2 quests in a group, everything else solo. It sure helped that I was somewhat ahead in level, thanks to the xp changes, but the xp went still fast. I am now lvl 68, already half way trough 69, and will now start your next guide.

    Thanks again for the good work!

    Sky

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      Jan 27, 2009 @ 22:45

      Thanks for your feedbackThanks for your feedback 🙂

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    Jan 27, 2009 @ 16:50

    There is only one word coming to my mind: AWESOMEThank you very much for your awesome guides. I had already 2 lvl 70 and a lvl 66, beside a couple of lower chars, when I started a Death Knight and found your guide. I followed your DK guide and switched to this one when I was high enough (actually already higher :)). My DK is now lvl 67 and I have still a couple to do from this guide (thanks to the xp changes).

    Anyway, you saved me SO MUCH TIME with your guides, thanks a lot. I bet it took you a crap load of time/work to get them so far. Awesome job!

    Sky

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    Brick Répondre
    Fév 2, 2009 @ 3:40

    OK Noob here lost lol3. Get down, turn in [63] Surrender to the Horde and get [62] The Eyes of Skettis from Rilak the Redeemed (53,21).

    ok i do not have the quest surrender to the horde and i can’t find in your guide were we are suppose pick up that quest have checked thottbot and found were i need to go but just wondering if i missed smoething in here 🙂

    Thanks

    have followed all your guides very helpful i am 65 3/4 at this stage 🙂

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      Fév 2, 2009 @ 15:49

      It’s in the very firstIt’s in the very first terokkar circuit. You missed this:

      5. Go southeast to Stonebreaker Hold (50,44). Turn in [62] News from Zangarmarsh.

      Get all the quests, there should be 9.

      Get the new flight path.

      Emphasis on “get ALL the quests”. One of those 9 quests is Surrender to the Horde. And you can’t get this quest if you already have The Eyes of Skettis in your quest log (which shouldn’t be the case if you followed the guide carefully)

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        Brick Répondre
        Fév 2, 2009 @ 18:37

        ThanksThanks man thought i grabbed them all will check it out
        i may have double posted this if i did sorry

        Thanks for the guides been my lifesaver

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    Brick Répondre
    Fév 2, 2009 @ 18:31

    Noob here Quote:)

    3. Get down, turn in [63] Surrender to the Horde and get [62] The Eyes of Skettis from Rilak the Redeemed (53,21).

    you say to turn in Surrender to the Horde i may of missed it but you never told us to pick it up

    first time leveling your guides have helped me sooo much thanks 🙂

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    sealz Répondre
    Fév 14, 2009 @ 18:32

    ok im really considering skippingim on the zangarmarsh quests in the level 62 part of the guide, i have one little problem though, im level 67…
    im really considering skipping to further on in the guide what do you think i should do?

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      Fév 16, 2009 @ 15:35

      You don’t have to skipYou don’t have to skip anything at this point. As long as the quests are green, it’s fine.

      But if it bothers you, you can skip and go straight to the part where we go to Nagrand and you’ll do quests closer to your level.

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    mauam Répondre
    Fév 15, 2009 @ 23:26

    Thanks again!Hey Jame, again perfectly done! 70 at the end of this guide with my DK, got both hellfire instances boosted for quest/gear, rested most of the time, really awesome! Going to finish whole outlands (quest achievements) and than I’ll start in Northrend arround 76 (if my calculations are right 😛 )

    Leveled my shaman, mage, pala all the way to 80 with your guides, Love it! You are really amazing 😉

    Cannot thank you enough for the hard work you put into these guides.

    Maurice

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    Dangpeople Répondre
    Fév 16, 2009 @ 3:19

    the questhey James i cant get the quest The Assassin form Nazgrel
    might that be because i’m a Death knight or blood elf ?

    help please! 🙂

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    Haytred Répondre
    Fév 22, 2009 @ 10:19

    Level 67?I know people have said this before: that it’s alright to be like 2 levels ahead or so. But is it all right if I’m Level 67 and I’ve only just started the Cenarion Thicket quests in Terokkar? I’ve followed all your guys down to every sentence but I’m just wondering.

    Thanks in advance :D, Haytred

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      Fév 22, 2009 @ 19:19

      Jame’s advice is usually: AsJame’s advice is usually: As long as you aren’t killing gray mobs or doing gray quests, just stick with the guide. I also suggest that, if you are really ahead of the guide, it gives you freedom to skip areas that you really don’t like. For example I skipped Winterspring and Silithus entirely on my last character since I just don’t like those zones.

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      Fév 23, 2009 @ 23:42

      Level 67 in Terokkar isLevel 67 in Terokkar is GREAT.

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      Haytred Répondre
      Fév 24, 2009 @ 7:42

      Thanks!Thanks a lot for teh help, guys! Extremely appreciated 😀

      I think I’ll stick with the guide like normal to harvest all the extra gold I’ll be missing on if I skip areas. Yes I need that 5000 gold for the epic flying mount =.=

      Thanks again!, Haytred

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    Gaze Répondre
    Fév 22, 2009 @ 20:05

    Hey Jame, I’ve just dingedHey Jame, I’ve just dinged 72 and am still in Nagrand, do you think I should carry on levelling or drop everything and head too Northrend?

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      Fév 23, 2009 @ 3:39

      Normally I would say justNormally I would say just stick with the guide until the quests turn gray. However that’s getting pretty significantly ahead. Honestly at that point I would say it’s up to you. If you care about the quest achievements, I would say definitely stay in Outland since the quests will be more benefit to you there for now. If you are sick of Outland and want to head to Northrend though, I think you should do that.

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    gasparov Répondre
    Mar 6, 2009 @ 20:22

    My level is too highHi,
    I’ve been following your guide since the beginning and i got to 63 very easy. I started this part of the guide when i was 58 ( i know jame’s suggestions but all my friends are over 60 and i wanted to play with them). Now I’m level 63 and but I’m doing the level 61 chapter of your guide, pretty big jump. I don’t know if is better to keep going with the guide or move to the chapter “level 63”.
    Suggestions are wellcome.

    P.S. considering that a lot of people would make me pay for a guide well written like this one …a big big big thank you!!!!

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      Mar 8, 2009 @ 11:22

      As long as the quests youAs long as the quests you are doing and the mobs you are killing are green you should continue with the level 61 part. This way you will most probably level faster and you will make loads of money in Northrend.

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    Stellablue Répondre
    Mar 14, 2009 @ 17:40

    Terror of TerokkarJame,
    You are SO the man. I recommend your guide to every pug group quest i do. Not to digress, but i was doing group quests in Dragonblight i believe, and as usual i recommended your guide. The smug response was ‘i use quest helper’. And then a minute later, ‘i cant find enough quests for the acheivement, do you know where any are?’ Meanwhile, i got the acheivement 5 quests ago and was just mopping up the last of my group quests. Nuff said. Anywho, do you know of any other quests in Terokkar? All my toons seem to be stuck at 66/68 and i can’t find any more. Seems like the Shattrath quests don’t count. Just figured I’d ask since you know all. 2 80s so far and another at 69 bout to go to Northrend (all curtesy of Jame’s Guide o/c) Thank you thank you thank you and keep up the good work!

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    Siza Répondre
    Juin 12, 2009 @ 21:09

    Seth of “Rather be Fishin\'”Seth of “Rather be Fishin\'” is not in the inn, but in the Shattrath Infirmary.

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    Work is the curse of the gaming class…

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    Siza Répondre
    Juin 20, 2009 @ 23:23

    The addon says “HeadThe addon says “Head Northeast to Veil Reskk” where this guide says “Go west and then north to Veil Reskk (50,20).” The written one is right, the addon isn’t ^^

    Still loving the ride, though!

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    Work is the curse of the gaming class…

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    Vistro Répondre
    Juin 29, 2009 @ 7:55

    69.5, just finishedI just finished you guide with my DK at 69.5

    I will not continue at this point. I don’t know if I should go to your 66-69 guide, or to just skip to northrend.

    Please write back soon.

    *****

    This is what it has come to? Desperately trying to get to the next MB, crawling around looking for anything I can delete? All because my good HDD failed, and now Vistro.net’s admin is based out of a crappy 30GB drive. And my other (60GB) one won’t even format. Phooey.

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      Juin 29, 2009 @ 8:49

      I would move on to the nextI would move on to the next Outland guide, just until you hit 70 – that way there won’t be any trouble in Northrend with quest level requirements. But it’s up to you, really.

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        Vistro Répondre
        Juin 29, 2009 @ 17:26

        So I just keep going withSo I just keep going with the next guide, then switch directly to the Northrend guide right when I ding 70?

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          Juin 29, 2009 @ 19:00

          Yes, that’s what I suggest,Yes, that’s what I suggest, but if you get really sick of Outland, don’t keep playing there if it’s not fun!

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    honeyboy Répondre
    Juil 3, 2009 @ 12:07

    InGame-Guide BugHey,

    sorry, haven’t read through all the comments here and therefore am not sure whether is might have already been mentioned.
    I started with your DK-Guide and continued with the Hellfire-Guide (awesome work!) using TomTom etc. I had a problem when I first went to Shattrath: First of all you mention “getting the FP on the way” which I thought you meant the one at Cenarion Hold – but after 10 minutes of searching I remembered that there is no Flight Master there 😉 Maybe you meant some other flightpoint, maybe point out what exactly you mean there 😉
    Problem I wanna report though is a wrong waypoint: When I went on beyond Cenarion Hold the Waypoint to Shattrath Flight Master was not set in the right region, it seems like it set the right coordinates mentioned in the help text but in the Hellfire Peninsula-Map. The Arrow therefore pointed in the directly opposite away from Shattrath and also made me looking for the Flight Master for some minutes 😉

    Maybe you could check that one waypoint and update it if necessary…

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    LeetestWatashig Répondre
    Juil 13, 2009 @ 9:08

    Typo: you said you’d startTypo: you said you’d start out at Zangarmarsh with 6 quests, but you list 7, and I have 7.

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    Achnos Répondre
    Juil 31, 2009 @ 14:29

    Just want to note you on aJust want to note you on a typo/spelling mistake

    “2. Go back to Thrallmar, turn in [61] Forge Camp: Mageddon, get the follow up [61] Canons of Rage.
    Also turn in [61] Vile Plans.
    You can destroy the Burning Legion Missive if it’s still in your inventory.

    3. Right behind the inn of Thrallmar you should see a small path going up the hills. Follow it and go north/northeast till you reach Forge Camp: Rage (59,32)
    Kill fel canons there until you finish [61] Cannons of Rage.”

    instead of Fel canons and [61] Canons of Rage
    It should be Fel Cannons

    Once again thanks for awesome guides!

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 4, 2010 @ 0:59

    Lvl 58 at Outlands some quest aren’t thereJame, I recently entered the outland and I’m lvl 59. But some quest like The Assassin don’t open up till 60, so what can I do when that happens ?

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Jan 18, 2010 @ 23:06

    Too High? Meed Help.Hey Jame been following your outland guide and let me just tell you that is great! But I have a small problem im lvl 67 but im still in Zangarmarsh. I know you recommend to stay until quest are gray but i think im too high for the zone. Half my zangarmarsh quest are green. What do you recommend? Drop and head to Nagrand maybe? Or stay until gray?

    Thanks.

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      Jan 19, 2010 @ 0:36

      I would really say that’s upI would really say that’s up to you. You can stay until they are gray and you shouldn’t really see much difference in XP. Green quests are completed faster and, from what I understand, reward the same XP as they did when they were yellow. Yes that is less than the quests in Nagrand reward, but like I said you’ll be completing them faster. However if you are bored with Zangarmarsh, by all means move on to Terokkar or Nagrand! Quest in whatever zone you like best at this point, to me that matters more than pure efficiency, especially in cases like this when I don’t think there’s a big difference.

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        Anonyme Répondre
        Jan 20, 2010 @ 2:47

        Quick QuestionHey just another quick question I know how you said i can move to Nagrand ( I did) . But I was thinking what if the same thing happens and let’s say i haven’t gotten to shadowmoon valley yet. And I’m 70? Can i jump straight into shadowmoon for the rep since jame recommends it for the 280% speed mount. Since you need a large amount of rep for it. Sorry for kinda repeating the same thing it’s just i want to level fine 🙂

        Also, You told me I can skip to Nagrand is it possible to skip RIGHT to level I am, let’s say for example nagrand guide level 67?

        Thanks.

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          Jan 20, 2010 @ 21:44

          I would recommend justI would recommend just starting at the beginning of a zone. If you jump in right at your level, you will be asked to do some quests that you can’t pick up yet, and you will fall behind and the guide’s routes my not make as much sense since you don’t have all the quests.

          For the Shadowmoon question: Yup, you can go to Shadowmoon if you want at 70. Note that you’ll be getting to Northrend late, but if going to Shadowmoon sounds fun and rewarding to you, then that is what you should do!

          In Northrend I would definitely recommend staying with Jame’s questing order, however. That will give you the most possible non-gray quests to do at level 80, which means lots of yummy gold for you!

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    Jan 20, 2010 @ 15:00

    A few adjustmentsMaybe you should tell people to buy flying mounts, I didn’t know I could until I was lvl 68 and some guy told me. It would make parts like “For classes with some sort of levitation spell, go to the western edge and jump off the cliff, levitate down.” easier for every class. Also I just dinged lvl 66 on my second character using this guide and the guide says “this should make you ding 61” I have done instances a couple of times but that’s a bit ridiculous considering I started the guide at lvl 62 :p. Maybe it should wouldn’t be so bad to incorporated completing instances since the dungeon finder makes finding and doing an instance so much easier. I feel a bit behind also when people my lvl are using their ring of blood weapons and I’m still using the ebon great sword from the DK starting zone. Good guide though besides these things.

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      Jan 20, 2010 @ 21:33

      It’s not only the instancesIt’s not only the instances you are doing that makes you jump ahead – these guides were written before the huge increase in XP gain was added to the Outland levels.

      My advice: If you are bored with where you are or feel like you want to have better gear, just skip ahead! You can always just go do Ring of Blood too, there are no prerequisites! I know Jame always advises to stay with the guide unless you are getting gray quests or killing gray mobs, but in my opinion there is no reason to do that if you would have more fun moving on.

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    Anonyme Répondre
    Fév 17, 2010 @ 3:20

    typosomewhere around step 4 after the 63 ding, u wrote susbsract! :p

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    Galyra Répondre
    Avr 2, 2010 @ 19:14

    Escape from Firewing PostYou said it was easely soloable, but that’s not true I tried a couple of times and everytime Isla gets killed no matter what i do, you defenitly need to do this with 2 people. Also you do have to let Isla take the first hit but not for to long because she can’t endure them long, she’s realy weak for that matter.

    That said, I just wanna say I love your guides they rock 🙂

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    varzghul Répondre
    Sep 8, 2010 @ 22:14

    leveling buildHey,

    I have a level 60 DK and still haven’t spent any pints in talent trees as of yet. I’d like to know the fastest possible leveling build which is up to date as of the current 3.5 patch.. I understand these builds were written long ago and not sure how up to date they are or if anything dramatic changed that would sway me from full Unholy like you have as the best possible build..

    My cousin says I should go Unholy/Blood but he wouldn’t give me an exact build i should use since he is now level 80 dk and been 80 for a long time and well he says he forgets what he used exactly at 60…

    I’d like to know If your build guide is still the best or if it has changed due to all the patches since you created the builds,

    Thank you.

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    jelted Répondre
    Oct 26, 2010 @ 16:05

    Quest: Messenger to ThrallHello,

    The quest: Messenger to Thrall has been removed, at least that’s what they say here –> http://www.wowhead.com/quest=9438. I was not able to pick it up.

    Greetz, Jelte

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      Eiran Répondre
      Nov 4, 2010 @ 15:51

      Yes it’s been removed andYes it’s been removed and confirmed by Blizz

      Blue post quote

      This quest was intentionally removed for the purposes of the changing lore coming with Cataclysm. All of the achievements are still fully attainable and you still gain the same rewards and reputation levels as before.

      The biggest loss I guess is the 2 follow-ups in Hellfire Peninsula, so if you would like to see these make a return in some form then please post over in our Suggestions Forum;

      http://forums.wow-europe.com/board.html?sid=1&forumId=10024

      Good luck in Outland!

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    Boylej1402 Répondre
    Jan 3, 2011 @ 4:30

    Drain SchematicsRegarding [63] Drain Schematics I tried for over 2 hours and countless kills on those guards of the water pumps to get the schematics..  I used the ironvines what seemed like hundreds of times, to no avail.  I tried on each different one of the pumps after i was at the one the guide says to initially do it at for over 30 minutes…  Have they deleted this one similar to how they deleted  [62] Messenger to Thrall.
    Thanks!!!

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      Jan 3, 2011 @ 4:55

      As far as I can tell, itAs far as I can tell, it still exists, but I wouldn’t be able to personally confirm.

      Messenger to Thrall was deleted for lore reasons though, same as the last two bits of the Greamother chain in Nagrand (which is really odd considering they kept the rest of the chain), since Garrosh is our warchief from 1-60.

      There’s no real lore attached to the drain schematics though, beyond that within zangarmash/coilfang reservoir, so there wouldn’t have been a reason to take that one out.

      If the steam pump overseers aren’t dropping it, try the naga on the north-east pump (the bloodscale overseers and wavecallers). I recall getting it off those a few times.

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      Jan 3, 2011 @ 5:06

      As kayeich said, it isAs kayeich said, it is there.  I recently did that quest.  Try kayeich‘s suggestion and try a different pump, but as Blizz says, RNG is random.

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      Boylej1402 Répondre
      Jan 3, 2011 @ 5:57

      Drain SchematicsPlease nevermind…. I’m a dunce…. My inventory was overloaded and I didn’t realize I picked one up way in the past…. oi… apologies….

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