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Tips For All World of Warcraft Players

Tip 1 – Read your Quest Journal

Now we hate to snipe here, people, but the “L” key on your keyboard opens up your Quest Journal. This handy-dandy little item contains literally all the information you need to solve whatever quest your given. Check it early and check it often because if you’re cluttering up the “General” chat channel asking “Where’s the Wailing Caverns?” 47 times not only will you learn all sort of new Azerothian insults, but when you eventually find the place, it’s not going to win you any friends when you then start looking for a group to explore with. Your Quest Journal has directions so precise they make MapQuest look vague to avoid precisely this situation. Read your Quest Journal! Read your Quest Journal! Read your Quest Journal!

Tip 2 – The City Guards are your friends – use them well

This is kind of an adjunct to the whole “Read your Quest Journal” thing, but the other thing that clogs up the general chat channels is people asking for directions in the hub cities. Fortunately Blizzard has come up with a simple solution – just ask a city guard! They’ll give you directions to everything in the city and even provide you with a little flag in your mini-map! You know, the employment situation in Azeroth must be pretty bad when you consider that most of these guards are level 75 or so and can easily wipe out virtually every monster in the game and they’re taking the time out of their busy schedule to help you. The least you can do is avail yourself of their services. I don’t even think they get paid!

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World of Warcraft Alliance Player Tips

Tip 1 – Looking to solo? Get yourself a Night Elf Hunter or a Warlock

While there isn’t any one particular character template that works perfectly for soloing, this is about the best that there is on the Alliance side. First, there really isn’t any equal level monster in the game that a properly tricked out Hunter can’t tackle one-on-one without breaking a sweat. While Warlocks are a bit more fragile, they have an excellent complement of damage dealing spells that will let them survive – albeit while taking more damage. Unfortunately, many creatures will attack in groups if they notice one of their buddies getting pounded on (Elite creatures are particularly nasty with this).

That’s where pets come in, Any “Pet” class can use their animal (or demonic) companion to do what’s called “crowd control” – basically pulling one creature away from a group and a time and killing it. The Warlock’s Void Walker is particularly good at this. Night Elves quest lines at low levels are also pretty self-contained within the geographically isolated Teldrassil, meaning you never have far to run to reach a quest destination or to retrieve your corpse.

Tip 2 – Gnomes have the best (worst) dancing emotes

Trust us on this one. Simply typing /dance into the game while playing as a gnome will show you what we mean. Gnome dancing is the most offensive thing in Azeroth – rumor has it that the Horde offers 10 gold pieces to anyone who can actually manage to kill a Gnome in PvP during a dance. Therefore it makes Gnomes perfect for role-players who want to annoy other players and have a good laugh.

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World of Warcraft Horde Player Tips

Tip 1 – You will end up in the Barrens – accept it

Throughout the beta process, the one zone that everybody complained about the most was the Barrens, a level 15-20 zone that is quite literally in the center of everything for the Horde. As a result, this zone has the dubious distinction of undergoing almost constant revisions. The good news is, it’s much better than it was – the bad news is, it can still be long and tedious. The thing is, most Horde quest lines eventually send players to the Barrens and it contains access to one of the neutral towns where Horde and Alliance players can get together, so the place is absolutely crawling with players. While that can be good for making friends, it’s also the place that’s the most hunted and overcrowded on the Horde side. Unfortunately, the Barrens is just a fact of life for Horde players – better to go, do what needs to be done, and get out.

Tip 2 – Want to get to level 10 quickly? Visit dead people

More accurately, visit Undead people. Since Quests aren’t race specific, players can accept any level appropriate quest regardless of their race. That means that Horde players have access to a slight shortcut to level 10 similar to the one enjoyed by Alliance players. In the Horde’s case it means hightailing it to the Orc hub city of Orgrimmar as soon as you can survive the trip and catching a zeppelin ride to Tirisfal Glades. Head south from the zeppelin tower to the Undead town of Brill and start looking for quests. Like Teldrassil for Night Elves, the quests in Brill are a bit easier and can usually be solved without a tremendous amount of traveling, significantly shortening your trip to level 10.

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