The best part about the guides, though, is that you won't be sidetracked by various other quests. For example, if you're a dwarf questing through Eastern Kingdoms & get that random quest that takes you to Feralas, Zygor will keep you on track by putting that Feralas quest on the back burner while you keep chugging through the main storyline in Eastern Kingdoms.
Well, I never have tried that before - dungeon leveling. Last time I leveled a character, I used the Zygor guide, and what I liked about that guide was how intelligent it was. It would tell you to take specific quests, and would skip you over other quests. The idea is that some quests take more time than they are worth, and that doing some others are the most efficient route. Well, I'm level 5 right now. It's been a long time, but what's my first dungeon? And at what level might I do this?
As you can see, both of the guides contain quite the same features. The only exceptions being Dugi Guides does NOT have Gold Guide but it is a slightly cheaper choice. Also when using Dugi Guides, you can choose the difficulty level for the guide; If you want to level up at a faster rate but with higher difficulty, it is an option with Dugi Guides but Zygor Guides does not offer this and instead you will be forced to manually choose higher level guides if you want to skip the guide recommendation.
The home page for the guide says that using it is like having a leveling guru giving you constant advice. Having used the guide for a quite some time now I’d say that’s pretty accurate. You’ll always know what to do and where to go next, automatically. Remember all those questions in the in-game trade chat, asking what to do or where to go next (for whatever level?) It won’t be you asking those questions.
So, how do you tell World of Warcraft that you are interested in a particular event? There are two ways: First, you can tell WoW which piece of code to run when a particular event happens. This is called registering your event. Second, you can tell the XML to run a piece of code when a UI Element is manipulated (such as clicking on it or moving your mouse over it). These pieces of code that run in response to events are called "functions" (or more precisly "event handlers").
No. Never. Buying leveling guides is a waste of money. Any type of information covered in Zygor is more or less found all over the internet. Leveling is so fast and streamlined now there shouldn't be a reason to use a guide. Go to the zone recommended for your level and do about 20 quests and you're already on to the next zone, outlands, northrend, and cataclysm content is so fast now you can do all 5 or 10 levels of the expansion in one or two zones.