I started playing World of Warcraft about 10 months ago as I was intrigued by the amount of media coverage this game has. You have probably heard the story about a guy who played the game day and night without any sleep and then finally collapsed! Any game that has this level of addictiveness is worth checking out and I am glad I did as the game is awesome!
The only thing about World of Warcraft that really gets me is how difficult the game is, although I suppose this is where the fun lies as well. It is no easy task to race from level 0 to 70 and does require a lot of dedication and hours played.
If you have been playing World of Warcraft for anything more than 5 minutes you will already know that it is one tough game. This article will give you some tips and tricks that will help you race through the levels as a Horde player.
The first thing you should bear in mind is not to worry to much about equipment especially in the lower levels as I have got many horde and alliance players to level 70 and the equipment like weapons, armour etc.. Really did not help as much as you think it might.
This game is a far cry from the text based RPG games that I used to play as a kid and has millions of subscribers around the world. The main thing to remember with a game like WOW is they are made so you never complete everything as they want you to keep on paying the fee to stay a member every month.
So if you want to get to level 70 as fast as possible then I would suggest looking around for a good World of Warcraft Horde Guide or an alliance one if you are playing as an alliance character. There are a few out there but the one that really sticks out is called Joana’s Horde Leveling Guide and the reason being is that this guide was created by a speed runner for World of Warcraft, meaning that when a new server is created this guy is normally one of the first to level 70.
The main thing to do in the early levels is just quest like mad. You should have no problem completing the early quests that get you from 0 to 10 as they are done within the training zone, but you should not stop there I would say carry on questing solidly until you are at least level 30 and then start doing some other stuff like instances and so on.
Another thing you should remember to do is get loads of quests at once. You should not just accept one quest and run off to complete it but instead make sure that you pick up all the quests you can as you can hold up to 25 in your log and you will also find that a lot of them are completed in the same area so you will end up handing in all of them together and getting loads of XP for them!
Although you can use resources like Thotbot to find out all the details of a quest it can mean that you have to swap between the game and the web constantly to get details on what you need to be doing.