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  • You can Kalim-do in Kalimdor!

    For this part of the World of Warcraft leveling guide we head into the Zone of Feralas along the western coast of Kalimdor. We are going to spend quite a bit of time here so be prepared. While there are many quests here, you can make even more experience by ensuring that you grind from quest to quest.

    Next head back to the path to the north, follow it west of the mountain
    range and then turn south again to complete "*The Ogres of Feralas*",
    "*Dark Ceremony*" and "*Screecher Spirits*" all in the rough area of 60,70.

    Mon, Sep 24, 2007
  • Pets and EZ mode: Two things that make hunters different.

    Our World of Warcraft Hunter pet guide received a huge update today with tons of new and updated information. Included in the update are updated tables for all the pets and pet skills.

    Pets are the thing that separates hunters from almost all other classes
    (the one exception being the Warlock). They are also the thing that most
    confuses most new hunters. While the quests prepare you for a pet, and
    walk you through training your first pet, they leave you unprepared to

    Thu, Sep 20, 2007
  • We formatted Karazhan. Oops.

    Our World of Warcraft Karazhan Guide has received a revamp in terms of formatting! Now it should be easier to locate key parts within the guide's content!

    Go get your raiding info at Ten Ton Hammer's WoW site.

    Wed, Sep 19, 2007
  • Thanks to these guides, I have seven 70s!

    For the remainder of level 43 and some of level 44 we are going to spend time adventuring around the northern edges of the Tanaris Desert. Here you get to learn a bit about the several bandit and pirate groups in the area, and then deal with them around the coast.

    Tue, Sep 18, 2007
    Cody Bye
  • Oh dear... All the Fury coverage lately means I'm out of good Fury puns...

    Our World of Warcraft Warrior Talent Guide has received an update, this time detailing the Fury Talent Tree and giving you a rundown on what each talent does and why you should or shouldn't invest points into it!

    Mon, Sep 17, 2007
  • Nagrand is the land of happy and abundant creatures. Kill them all.

    Our Alliance Outland leveling guide has been updated to take you from level sixty five to level sixty five and a half. Follow us as we lead you through Nagrand on the quickest and easiest way to get through the higher levels.

    Fri, Sep 14, 2007
  • You could just run RFD a few dozen times too.

    Yet again we are going to return to the jungles of Stranglethorn Vale.
    This time we are going to concentrate on the southern and eastern
    coasts. Since this is such a good zone to level in, take the opportunity
    to grind out some experience yet again while here. Once done there, we
    will take a quick run to Dustwallow Marsh to do a few quick quests.

    All four of the next areas are excellent grinding spots and you should
    try to get to level 43 between the 4 grinding opportunities. All offer

    Fri, Sep 14, 2007
  • Nerf Death Coil.

    Our new World of Warcraft Warlock Talent Guide has been completed with the addition of the Destruction talents guide! Wondered if Improved Searing Pain is good, or if the pet-oriented talents are commonly used by people? Check our newest update!

    Thu, Sep 13, 2007
  • I have some great property in Atal'hakkar for sale if you're interested.

    In this part of the World of Warcraft Leveling Guide we venture into the dark and foreboding Swamp
    of Sorrows. The zone is crisscrossed with lakes, ponds and bogs. Also
    you can find the temple of Atal'hakkar sunken into the lake in the
    eastern end of the zone.

    Travel south back to the path and follow it east to find Noboru. You
    should find him around 32,44. Kill him and pickup Noboru's Cudgel to
    start the quest "*Noboru the Cudgel*".

    Wed, Sep 12, 2007
  • Oh, I'm an Enhancement Shaman and I'm okay, I Frost Shock all night and hack all day.

    The World of Warcraft Shaman Talent Guide has been updated to cover all Enhancement based talents. If hacking away at your enemies in combat is how you want to play a shaman, this is the tree for you.

    This Enhancement talent guide goes over each of the talents in the
    Shaman's enhancement talent tree. The enhancement talent tree is for
    Shaman that spend most of their time in melee combat. The tree offers
    abilities that allow you to do more damage and survive longer in melee

    Mon, Sep 10, 2007
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