Previously I have presented you with a World of Warcraft Beginner’s guide in 4 parts. In that series, we have covered the basics of World of Warcraft, and everything you need to start playing the game. But today, we’re here to talk about the actual leveling in World of Warcraft, and if you should consider buying WoW Powerleveling.
1-120 Experience in World of Warcraft
Wow, 120 levels in an MMO. That’s double the number of levels we had in World of Warcraft Vanilla. All the way from level 60, raiding Molten Core, to level 120, 15 years later. It’s fun to think about how the game has evolved since Vanilla days. But we’re here to talk about the leveling and what you need to do to raise your level to cap as efficiently as possible. When you hit the level cap, you are able to fully enjoy the endgame content such as raids or PVP. Or, you can enjoy PVPing with your buddies and also get the Raid rewards with WoW Raid Boost and WoW Mythic Carry. You don’t have to limit yourself to just receiving rewards from one part of the game when you can have both!
Now, let’s talk about the preparation for leveling. First of all, you should check your in-game calendar to see if there are any holiday events going on. Usually, these events have an XP boost of sorts. For example, during the Midsummer Fire Festival, you have camps all over the world in which you can acquire a 10% XP boost for one hour. Or, during the Darkmoon Faire, you can ride the carousel and also receive a 10% XP Boost for a limited amount of time. So go ahead and acquire as many XP boosts as possible.
Next, go ahead and check what leveling route works best for you. If you want to enjoy the storyline and level fast at the same time, there are specific routes you can follow that suit your playstyle. For example, this is the route I personally use, since it has both the amazing storyline and the quests are simple and fast:
Elywnn Forest>Westfall>Duskwood>Redridge Mountains>Western Plaguelands>Eastern Plaguelands>Zangarmarsh>Borean Tundra>Mount Hyjal>Deepholm>Krasarang Wilds>Kun’Lai Summit>Shadowmoon Valley (Draenor)>Nagrand (Draenor)>Legion Zones>BFA Zones
In my opinion, this is the best route story-wise. Go ahead and check it out for yourself.
WoW Powerleveling, if you don’t have the time to level yourself
Say you don’t have the time to do the whole 1-120 for who knows what time. You’ve probably leveled a dozen characters to max level and you already know the storylines of every damn zone in the game. And I can definitely understand that. As someone that has been playing the game for 14 years, no one will agree with you more than me. I know every single quest, NPC, item in the game, and there’s nothing new for me to experience when leveling again, unless when the new expansion comes out of course.
Well, if this is the case with you, then you should definitely consider buying WoW Powerleveling. It’s quick and easy to order, and it just saves so much time. While you’re outside or at work or even sleeping, the boosters over at Battleboost will level up your character to max level and let you fully enjoy the endgame.