For power leveling in Warcraft, it really helps to possess a quality guide. Lately, there’s been a lot of talk about Dugi’s Ultimate WoW Guide. I haven’t been playing WoW very long, honestly, so I decided to check out Dugi’s Guide to check if it could help me level-up faster. To discover if this guide can assist you too, read my review about why I believe Dugi’s Guide is indeed popular and what it really actually did that helped me to step-up my game.
As the first major content release of Battle for Azeroth, patch 8.1: Tides of Vengeance is adding a number of new ways to gear up, as well as increasing the item level of rewards from existing activities. Tides of Vengeance goes live on December 11th and will add most of the new content, but Mythic+ and PvP Season 2 will not start until the new raid, Battle of Dazar'alor, releases in January, at which time the item level thresholds will increase to the new Titanforge cap of 425.
This section will be a brief section to look at the talent advisors in both Dugi’s guide & Zygor’s guide. For new players having a talent advisor is a perfect feature, as you probably don not really know what talents are good and what talents are not. Even for us experienced players; rolling an alt might be difficult at first as we have to research good talent builds for leveling.
Power leveling is the term used to describe the process of leveling a character as rapidly as possible with the least amount of play time. It can be used from any level up to level cap. Contrary to what many believe, efficient power leveling does not require endless hours of grinding. The best methods of power leveling involve doing many quests in an orderly fashion.
Many laugh and look down on my shameless use of WOW power leveling services. "Duh, you would actually pay someone to play a game for you? LOL." My answer: Duh, yes I would, and I do. See for me it’s just logical. I love WoW. Do I love it enough to grind or quest for endless hours, staring at the XP bar out of the corner of my eye the whole time, the highlight of the whole ordeal being when I go back to town and turn in a few quests at a time and actually get to see the thing move more than a millimeter? Definitely no. I got better things to do with my free time. Like running a country.
Waypoint System with Taxi Feature - Works similar to TomTom, clicking the Quest POI in your Objective Tracker will automatically place a waypoint for the quest. The waypoint arrow will turn green if you enter the selected quest area. You can also create your waypoint by CTRL + Right Click on your map and you can also link them together by holding SHIFT + Right Click on your map.