If you are already familiar with World of Warcraft for a long time and now dream of boosting your level in the update Chains of Domination, there are several methods at once to help you with it. Here’s what you can do to boost with patch 9.1 in WoW.
Here are some tips that will definitely come in handy on your way to victory.
- Use AzerothAutoPilot. You need it to skip cut-scenes, successfully complete quests, choose the necessary items, and go exactly along the route that will provide your accelerated pumping.
- Go to PvP. The mode assumes full inclusion, maximum attention. But the pumping of skills is serious. You will get 10% experience (and even 30% when it comes to the Alliance).
- The Alliance will increase your experience by 25-30%. This is because there are fewer players in the faction, and everyone needs to increase their experience.
- Hearthstone in key spots will help you gain experience faster.
Perhaps you want to pump in one sitting, trying to carry on till the end, and then it remains to envy your perseverance. But if you are the type of person who is used to taking breaks from the marathon, it makes sense to put the WoW in the recreation area before leaving it.
And here’s another important piece of advice don’t spread your energy. While you are leveling up to degree 60, it may seem like a good idea for you to go save your fellows, take revenge on the orc. But while you’re halfway on your map, wait. You will return to this story when you gain strength.
Even the bravest heroes may need extra incentive before rushing into battle again. Know that you can buy experience, pump your character up to level 50, and from that moment start your acquaintance with Shadowlands (patch 9.1). If you are a beginner, it will be difficult for you to reach this level on your own. So, we strongly recommend this way of leveling with other, more experienced users. Otherwise, you will not be able to compete with them, meeting face to face with the creatures in the Sanctuary of Domination.
Pumping experience and boosting Full Gear will give you all the equipment you need to play in Normal, Heroic, or Mythic modes. Every week, your character will go to the raid and return from there with artifacts until all slots are full. So, if you don’t want to lag behind in character development from those who spent more time in WoW than you, you just need to be strengthened.