Not sure where to level your WoW character? Here’s a complete list of every leveling zone for questing in World of Warcraft, current to the latest Mists of Pandaria expansion: Kalimdor, the Eastern Kingdoms, Outland, Northrend, and Pandaria.
Pandaren, the newest playable race in Azeroth, all begin their journey on the Wandering Isle – a beautifully landscaped island on the back of a giant turtle! Leveling a Pandaren is a bit different from any of the other races currently existing in World of Warcraft. Here’s a few things you should know as you begin your journey leveling your Pandaren to level 90!
Fishing is a secondary profession in World of Warcraft, which means anyone can pick it up. Fishing provides achievements, some crafting materials, and an endless amount of raw fish that can be used with the cooking profession. Leveling your fishing all the way up may be a tedious task, but there’s a few things that you can do it speed it up a bit.
If you’re leveling an alt, heirlooms are definitely the way to go. The added XP bonus and automatic upgrades as you level make heirloom armor and weapons a boon to the alt leveling process. Normally you wouldn’t enchant your gear while leveling since it gets replaced very quickly. With heirlooms, you can enchant your gear and be incredibly powerful even at the low levels, making your leveling process a bit quicker. Here’s a few recommended enchants and item enhancements you can use to boost the power of heirloom weapons, chest pieces, and cloaks while you level up your next alt.
Added in World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, Archaeology is a secondary profession that all WoW characters can pick up. It’s a fun way to learn about bits and pieces of Azeroth’s lore, and it’s also a great way to pick up unique pets, mounts, toys, and heirloom gear that you can mail to your other toons. While it’s going to take you awhile to reach the skill cap no matter what, there are a few ways you can speed up the process of leveling archaeology. Here are seven great tips for power leveling archaeology in World of Warcraft!
There’s a lot of folks out there trying to make a living selling you information that’s readily available for free. While their entrepreneurial spirit is admirable, there’s no reason for you to waste your hard earned money. When World of Warcraft was first released, quests were often scattered throughout the land, and occasionally difficult to figure out. All of that changed in Cataclysm, though – which means you can put your wallet away and skip the WoW leveling guides!
The fastest way to level up a character in WoW is to simply follow the path the developers have laid out for you: Outland at 58, Northrend at 68, and Cataclysm areas at 80. Raids and heroic dungeons are typically saved for the max level of 85, since their level 60, 70 and 80 counterparts do not provide notable gear upgrades and XP for leveling the way the new expansion content tiers do. However, the fastest route is not the only route to 85! Here’s a few reasons to take the road less traveled while making your journey to the level cap.
WoW’s Recruit-A-Friend program lets you and a friend both level up at blazing fast speed. With triple the normal experience granted while leveling together, and the ability to grant bonus levels, it’s never been easier to bring a friend into WoW and help them level up quickly. The only problem you may encounter while leveling through Recruit-A-Friend is that you will quickly out-level your gear! Here’s a few tips for keeping your gear up to date as you level at lightning speed.
Especially through the first 80 levels, leveling up in World of Warcraft has never been a quicker process. Between guild perks, heirlooms, gathering XP, and Recruit-A-Friend XP bonuses, leveling to 80 can now be reduced to a taking couple of weeks instead of several months! Because of this quick leveling, often you may find that your gear becomes quickly outdated. Here’s a few easy ways to pick up armor and weapon upgrades as you level, without too much trouble!
Leveling a death knight has the unique advantage of allowing you to skip over most of vanilla WoW. Upon completing the introductory quest line in the Eastern Plaguelands, you will reach level 57 – and quite possibly 58 if you have any XP gaining buffs (heirlooms or guild perks.) After you’ve finished your death knight quests, here’s a guide to where you’ll be headed next!