May 8, 2012

World of Warcraft Beginners Guide

Well I decided to put a basic World of Warcraft guide for beginners together that if you follow it, you should level up much quicker and play your character much better. Mostly I will be talking about getting enough gold to get the things that you will need and ways to play more efficiently which will get you more experience letting you level up faster.

If you are familiar with any World of Warcraft type game you know that you can simply fight enemies, loot what they drop and then sell the item's for money at a shop or auction house. In the World of Warcraft this is called grinding. I don't particularly like to "grind" but when your just starting a new character, it can be a good way to make some money. The key to successful grinding is to find a spot that has lots of creatures that are not to hard to defeat so you can go a long time just fighting and looting.

Using the World of Warcraft professions is another great way to make some money when you are starting a new character. There are two basic types of primary professions in World of Warcraft. One type is called a Gathering profession. This is just as it sounds, the gathering of items to be sold or used to create something else with. The second type is called a Production profession. These profession's take items and change, alter or combine them to create a new item.

If you plan on using profession's to make money be sure to choose the right profession that will benefit your characters class the best. Even the race that you choose can help certain profession's, making your character more skillful at that particular profession.

Playing solo rather than in a group will let you keep all the money and items that can be looted. This sounds great on the surface but can be very hard to do if your not careful. If you prepare well and solo properly, it can be very lucrative playing solo. Be sure to bring plenty of supplies with you. You don't want to have to keep returning to town for supplies when you could be fighting monster's. Most importantly try to fight monster's that are a little bit lower in level than you are. This will make it less likely that you would die and you will still get decent dropped item's.

There will be times where it will be wise to team up with other players in order to get past more difficult situations. When you do this, try to keep the size of the group as small as possible, maybe 2-3 other players so you don't have to share to much of the loot. When possible try to team up with other players that are at least 5 levels higher than you. They will be able to defeat your enemies much quicker and will tend to leave behind lesser item's that you can grab and then sell.

I hope you liked my little World of Warcraft beginners guide and have gotten something from it. Game on!

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