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WoW Alliance 31-37 Leveling Guide

Level 31 – Level 37:

* Arathi Highlands [Refuge Pointe]
* Stranglethorn Vale [Nesingwary's Expedition, Rebel Camp, Booty Bay]
* Hillsbrad Foothills [Southshore]
* Thousand Needles [31]
* Instance: Gnomeregan
* Happy Loot: Howling Blade (Skhowl, Alterac Mountains)
* Happy Loot: Tiny Emerald Whelpling (Swamp of Sorrows)
* Happy Loot: Toxic Revenger (Gnomeregan)
* Grind Zone [31]: Kurzen Encampment [!NOTE!] (Stranglethorn Vale) ** [Test needed]
* Grind Zone [33]: Stranglethorn Raptors (Stranglethorn Vale)
* Grind Zone [33]: Growless Cave (Alterac, Mountains)
* Grind Zone [34]: Gallow’s Corner (Crushridge Ogres * Altarac Mountains)
* Grind Zone [36]: Venture Co. Base Camp (Lake Nazferiti * Stranglethorn Vale)

Preparation: Purchase all 15 pages of The Green Hills of Stranglethorn, 4 Bloodstone Ore.

Start at Stranglethorn Vale. Quest stacking here is also important if you do not want to go to the northern end of the zone, to do tasks 1-2 and then go back at Booty Bay. You can do Rebel Camp’s quests first, they are largely independent of the rest. Then, go to Booty Bay and you can pick up two main quests for the northern Zone: the start of the Excelsior chain and Investigate the Camp, both of which takes you to Nesingwary’s Expedition, where you get all of the nice happy quests there.

You should go to Hillsbrad at least level 33, and then you can actually complete all of the quests that you could get at level 30… There is only 1 or 2 quests that you can actually complete at Arathi now.

WoW Alliance 21-30 Leveling Guide

Level 20 – Level 22:

- Redridge Mountains [Lakeshire, Tower of Azora in Elwynn]

Please note that doing the easy quests in Redridge Mountains will take you up to level 21 or level 22. You should skip the more difficult quests unless you have a group for them. Skip the entire Stonewatch Keep zone of quests, because that entire zone itself is crap in my opinion.

Level 22 – Level 30:
- Duskwood [Darkshire, Sven's Camp, Abercrombie]
- Stonetalon Mountains [?]
- Ashenvale [Astranaar ?]
- Wetlands [Menethil Harbor, Greenwarden, N. Loch Modan (The Algaz Gauntlet)]
- Elite Zone: Dun Modr (Wetlands)
- Instance: Blackfathom Deeps
- Instance: Shadowfang Keep
- Instance: The Stockades
- Happy Loot: Naraxis’ Fang (Duskwood)
- Happy Loot: Tiny Crimson Whelpling (Wetlands)
- Grind Zone [Level 26]: Dragonmaw Encampment (Wetlands)
- Grind Zone [Level 26]: Whelgar’s Excavation Site (Wetlands)
- Grind Zone [Level 28]: Rotting Orchard (Duskwood)
- Grind Zone [Level 28]: Raven Hill Cemetary (Duskwood)
- Grind Zone [Level 29]: Vul’Gol Ogre Mound (Duskwood)

Preparation: Purchase Bronze Tube.

First go to either Wetlands or Duskwood. If you want to be efficient  “quest stacking” can come in really handy there. and there are so many quests that send you to the same Zones, and you can knock all of them out without having to run to and fro if you get all of the quests at one time.

This saves a lot of time, because Duskwood and Wetlands are fairly bad for having their towns on one side of the map and the quest mobs/zones on the other side.

A lot of these are parts of quest chains, so honestly it’s hard to know if you don’t do a lot of quest research beforehand or have prior knowledge.
 

Don’t worry about it too much, but try to be as efficient as you can. Once you finish one of the two new Zones, you should be about level 25 and can go finish the harder parts of Redridge, and then finish the last zone.

Note for Stormwind Stockades : There are 6 quests you can obtain for this instance.Van Cleef note continuation (Bazil Thredd), Darkshire, Lakeshire, Wetlands, and two from Stormwind.

WoW Alliance 1-20 Leveling Guide

Level 1 – Level 11:
- Newbie Area : You might have to leave at level 11.

Level 12 – Level 20:
- Darkshore [Auberdine]
- Loch Modan [Thelsamar, Farstrider's Lodge, Stonewrought Dam]
- Westfall [Sentinel Hill, Westfall Lighthouse]
- Elite Area: Mo’grosh mound (Loch Modan)
- Instance: Deadmines

Get through the easiest quests in the first zone that you go to (Humans should visit Westfall first, Dwarves/Gnomes should visit Loch Modan first, Night Elves should visit Darkshore first.)

Move onto the next area, and do the same, but this time you can complete more of the area.

Leave the hardest, unless you are able to get a group for them – but even so don’t waste overmuch time on it. Move onto the last area and complete all, or nearly all of the quests available in that area. By now, you should be nearly level 17-18. Go back to the first area, and complete the rest of the quests there.

Typically, my “first area” is Westfall, and in this case when I finish both Loch Modan and Darkshore I can go back, and finish the Van Cleef line of quests and be at a good level to run the instance.

Do You Really Need A WoW Leveling Guide?

Some people palyed wow for a long time and tired of the constant slow leveling, they want to find a wow leveling guide for leveling fast. But in my opinion you do not need any wow leveling guide. Just keep doing quests and try to enjoy it by getting into the quests. Also you may know by now, but you should have cords on your map so that you can use wowhead.com while questing. Questhelper is also an amazing addon but sometimes takes you to the wrong place. You might know this already but when you have a quest shift click the name into your chat log thingy before pressing enter then highlight and control c it. then in wowhead control v it. then you look at the comments and woolah your quest will be done supa fast.

A Good Place For Making WoW Gold

Defias Windmill- This is a good spot to farm that can be done at about any level. This place was revealed on the official forums right after release and it hasn’t changed up to now and is still very good place.

If you set out to the Gold Coast area in Westfall you’ll find a windmill on a hill overlooking the beach and you can see a murloc camp right below it on the beach. A ton of Defias mobs are Surrounding this windmill,  you can kill them and get a lot of linen and other good humanoid loot. They are only about level 12 so it easy to do.

What makes this spot great is that their respawn rate is nearly immediate. Even if you are level 60 you can come here and farm linen cloth and they have started respawning before the first of them are even dead.

In my opinion, It is nearly IMPOSSIBLE to kill them all before new ones respawn.

If you have the ability You can take them on one at a time or AOE and farm non-stop.

You can make a lot of wow gold off the linen easily and low level greens that drop here. In fact, like what I said above, this place is so great that I still grind it at 60 when I need cash fast. You will get numerous stacks of linen and a ton lower level green rank items. This will work at even low levels.

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How I Make Extreme Amounts of WoW Gold

I always wonder why I can not have as much gold as other players!

I have thought:

“Where are they making gold”

“Are they buying gold on ebay or other websites”

So I start to spy on all the successful players I have found to see  what they did to earn all of their gold.

I spent a long time using stealth tactics to track high level players everywhere from the auction house to their favorite gold farming spots and back.

In the end, I found out just what it was they were doing to make extreme amounts of gold- and then improved upon their methods myself and even created amazingly profitable new ones.

They never suspected a thing, that is, until I started making more gold than all of them…If they found out that I spied on them- they would hate me even more!