Having a hard time leveling up in WoW Classic Burning Crusade? Here’s a guide.
Grinding from level 1 to 60 in World of Warcraft’s vanilla days were not easy. Come Burning Crusade, leveling from 60 to 70 wasn’t easy either despite that meaning less levels. The same is true this time around with Burning Crusade Classic. For that, here are a few helpful, efficient, and WoW TBC gold cost-effective tips to get you to the new cap.
A Few Useful Tips
Players that are looking for a way to quickly level from level 1 to 60 can find these tips useful too. These players could be completely new to the game, veterans finally making a WoW TBC Classic Account in time for the same old brand-new expansion, and players trying out the new classes. After all, since they are completely new, there’s no way for players to have a pre-leveled version of them.
In line with this, here are a few tips for those starting from scratch. First, the level requirement for players’ first mount has been reduced from the original level 40 to 30. They now also need less experience in levels 20 to 60, and the experience gain from level 30-60 quests has been increased. This should make the grind less intimidating for those that are just joining in on the nostalgic.
Going Solo: Quests
Speaking of questing, it should already be a foregone conclusion that questing is one of the best ways to gain levels. Nevertheless, it is still worth mentioning. It’s not the fastest way to get to 70, but it is the easiest, especially if you’re playing solo. It’s also a great way to take the scenic route. With questing, you’ll be more familiar with Azeroth’s history, lore, and locales. If you take the role-playing part of the game seriously, then it should be your staple means of racking up experience.
It’s also a great way to gain free and reliable gear that will help you out in the grind. Remember, even if you boost a character to level 58, it’s not going to have good gear since there was no grind that forced you to get progressively better WoW TBC Classic items. For that, doing quests are a must.
When choosing which quest to do with experience in mind, check their colors in the quest log. Gray quests give you very little experience and should only be done if you are interested in the lore, a particular reward, or is part of an important quest line. Green or yellow quests are those within your level and should give you no trouble at all. Red or orange quests, on the other hand, are those a bit higher than your level.
They are hard but doable, so you either have to take care in doing them, or you wait a bit until they’re green or yellow. To help you decide whether to do them now or later on, keep in mind that the huge amounts of experience these quests grant wouldn’t matter if it took you too long to finish them. For example, in the time you finished the red or orange quest, you could have done two or even three green or yellow ones. So, if you keep failing, then leave it for a moment and come back to it later. If you feel like you can make it, then go for it.
Teaming Up: Quests and Dungeons
On the other hand, if you have a few friends that also need a few levels, you can band together to finish quests. This will cut down the time needed to finish them. Perhaps the only drawback is that the experience gained from killing monsters in the quest will be divided among party members. However, finishing quests more quickly and being able to take the next one right away more than makes up for that. Plus, the experience and item rewards aren’t split, so it still works.
Alternatively, players can also group together and go for dungeons are their main source of experience. The best part about them is that you can run them over and over again until you’re ready to move on to the next one – rinse and repeat until you’re at level 70. On top of that, dungeons grant rewards, which you can then sell for a modest amount of WoW TBC Classic Gold.
Leveling still isn’t a walk in the park, but it’s no longer a grueling marathon as it used to be. So, what are you waiting for? Get grinding, you’ll be hitting the cap sooner than you think.