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WoW Weekly Report - All the Cataclysm Guidance You Need

Posted Mon, Dec 06, 2010 by Messiah

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Last week the World of Warcraft was busy covering all the last minute news before Cataclysm is launched this Tuesday. While we had a bunch of great articles and news posted, we are not going to review any of it! Instead we are going to focus entirely on all the Cataclysm articles that we have posted in the last few months in an effort to have you completely prepared for the launch this week.

TenTonHammer has covered pretty much everything there is to cover about the third World of Warcraft expansion, but where to start? Well, if you are going to be rushing to level 80 you will probably want to start by checking out our zone and instance previews so that you know what to expect everywhere and know what to expect in the instances. If you are into the PVP scene, then a good place to start is with our battleground and PVP zone previews.

In addition to zones and instances, there is of course guides for pretty much everything else as well. Check out the gold making, archeology, glyph, reforging, leveling, and raiding guides. All provide information needed for these new and updated parts of the game.

Lastly, if you are going to start a new character to play throught the Goblin or Worgen starting experience then we have both races covered with starting zone guides and race guides.

All this and more can be found right here at WoW.TenTonHammer.com.

Oh and lastly, remember The Overpull is your one stop shop to find out what went on last week, and every week. So if you are not signed up to get this sent straight to your inbox each and every week sign up now!

Featured Content:

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm is going to have a lot of new ways to spend gold. You need to be prepared. These are 5 tested techniques for making gold as fast as possible in Cataclysm.

Farming herbs and mining has been the premiere method of making gold at the beginning of an expansion each and every time dating back to Vanilla WoW. These valuable raw materials will be necessary for the thousands of players who are leveling up production professions and will be in extremely high demand.

Click here to read this week's featured article.

You may also be interested in:

Cataclysm Horde Leveling Guide: Mount Hyjal 80-82

The shattering is upon us and it's time for the members of the Horde to hone their skills and level up once again. This guide covers Horde leveling from 80-82 in Mount Hyjal.

The Scorched Plain is a narrow corridor of desolation burned to the ground by fire elementals. It stretches East to West across the center of Hyjal and houses the ruins of an abandoned Night Elf village. The Twilight Cult rules here now and the Plain is infested with Ogres, Twilight Magi, and fire elementals.

Getting in Touch with the Past - Archaeology Guide

Archaeology is the brand new secondary profession that is scheduled to be released with World of Warcraft’s newest expansion; Cataclysm. Unlike other secondary professions such as First Aid and Cooking, Archaeology is intended solely to be a casual profession. However, despite its casual feel there is no reason to jump into this profession unprepared. That’s why we here at Ten Ton Hammer have provided you with this guide containing everything currently known about Archaeology.

 

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Cataclysm Guides

Cataclysm Races

Cataclysm Zones

Cataclysm Instances

Cataclysm PVP

 

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