Updated Sat, Aug 15, 2009 by Xerin
Let’s face it. Questing is difficult even for those who have done it before, especially in Outland. There are so many quests out there that you can get tangled up in walking forever and trying to lookup where to do what and when to do it. Our leveling guide is 100% tested to work and provides every single location and quest that you’ll need to do to hit 70. We also have high quality screenshots pointing out the difficult quest objectives so that you don’t spend all day trying to find what you need to get the quest done.
This guide is broken into many parts. You should start with the introduction below and then work your way through the rest of the guide. Currently level 58? How about level 65? Still want to hop in and get on the fast track to level 70 and beyond? Read the introduction which goes over leveling tips, important hints, and what to do if you want to hop into this guide midway.
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Q. What if I’m level 62 or 65? How do I jump into the guide?
Go to the page for that level and search for some quests in your quest log. When you find them just pick up from there. You might have to do some fiddling and a little bit of out of the way questing, but you’ll be back on track in no time.
Q. What if I fall behind?
Don’t worry. The guide is designed around a casual leveling arc. If you find yourself not getting enough experience you may want to grind for a little bit or make sure you’re doing every quest the guide suggests.
Q. What does (53,42) or “locs” or locations or cords or coordinates mean?
You’ll need a mod to show locations and you can get a good one right here. Just hover your mouse over the map to find the locations. For a more automated solution look into TomTom. Just type in /way and then the coordinates. For instance /way 45 42 will make a pointer to (45,42).
The main guide gives a detailed walkthrough of everything to do step by step. It’s for the newer player who wants all the juicy details about every quest. It contains screenshots and maps to help pinpoint the quests and remove any confusion. It’s the easiest one to follow and will keep you from having to look up the quests.
The quicklist is for the experienced WoW player who just want the coordinates and nothing but the coordinates. Following the quicklist will give simple instructions and tips and is very easy to follow. Start with the quest that you want done and go from there.
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Always be sure to get food and water while in town. You’ll want to repair as well so nothing breaks. Nothing wastes time like having to go back to town to repair.
Save all of your quests and turn them in big clumps. Only go back to town whenever it’s necessary for the next followup.
Instances can really push your XP bar up, but finding a group and wasting a few hours wiping can set you back a lot. Look out for bad groups. The same goes for elite quests. Do them if you there is a group ready and willing, otherwise skip them. Their XP isn’t needed anymore.
Utilize your guild as a resource. Get a max level player to speed run you through an instance for the quests and the gear. You might not get a lot of grind XP but you can get the instance over and done with within half an hour (or less). You’ll get a lot of loot that’ll make grinding quests easier and the quest XP is generally massive.
Well, what are you waiting for? Head out there and start leveling!