Becoming a Loremaster takes a lot of work. In order to earn both the Loremaster title and corresponding achievement, you must complete almost every quest in World of Warcraft. While some of the requirements for Loremaster were relaxed during Wrath of the Lich King, it’s still an incredibly time consuming achievement any way you slice it. Here’s a checklist for all the sub-achievements you must complete in order to become a Loremaster.
World of Warcraft: Cataclysm greatly revamped the 1-60 questing and dungeon experience, making it incredibly easy to access all of the classic dungeons and their respective quests while leveling. Later on, Outland and Northrend dungeon quests were also added to their respective dungeons. Completing dungeon quests is not only the easiest way to gear up your character, but it’s also a great way to level up quickly!
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!
Daily quests are an incredibly easy way to make gold and work toward achievements. In World of Warcraft: Cataclysm, daily quests are available in several quest hubs: Firelands daily quests, Tol Barad, Therazane, and a few other factions. If you’re exalted with all of the Cataclysm factions – or are just looking for an easier, less traveled route for making more gold – here are some older daily quest hubs worth paying a visit to!
After reaching level 80 and activating the World of Warcraft: Cataclysm expansion set, you’re ready to quest and explore the brand new areas in Cataclysm. Here’s a list of all of the new zones you can pick from to quest in while leveling your character up to the new level cap of 85.