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Horde 70-80 Wrath Of The Lich King Guide

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The Wrath of the Lich King expansion for the World of Warcraft has arrived and it's time to level from 70 to 80 or 1-80 for you complete WOW noobs. Before the official Wrath of the Lich King release, it's been able to do this since it's been in the beta release of the WOW update WotLK.
Have received Horde 70-80 Wrath of the Lich King leveling guide as it is leveling with the WOW Wrath of the Lich King beta release (like the Burning Crusade beta release for 60-70 leveling) and it's going to include an in-game wow power leveling guide mod.
Presumably it added this to compete with the in-game guide mod which made World of Warcraft leveling with a guide less of a pain. If he can pull this off before the official Wrath of the Lich King release date we might have to start recommending the Horde leveling guide again.
About Horde 70-80 leveling guide yet, it looks like that this guide is ahead of the game right now. Like we said below, you can be sure Joana's guide will be updated quite quickly with 70 to 80 leveling possible probably the day Wrath of the Lich King is released to the World of Warcraft community. At this point we can't say the same for the new guys on the block.
However, a new guide has been taking the WOW leveling world by storm, so we bought a copy (Horde and Alliance versions) and have compared leveling speeds of the Horde guide to Joana's Horde guide and we have to admit it's a little faster and overall a better WOW leveling guide because it has an in-game mod guide so easier to use.
Therefore, we highly recommend the Horde leveling guide with Joana's World of Warcraft leveling guide a very close second. Maybe they are relatively new to offering a World of warcraft power leveling guide, while Joana's guide has been around for ages, first covering 1-60 then 60-70. If you want practically guaranteed updates go with Joana's guide.
We've been playing World of Warcraft for a few months on the Hellfire PVE (player vs environment) server, started with a Horde Orc Warrior that we quickly grew tired of around level 16, the warrior class just not for us.
Tried an Alliance Night Elf Druid next, the Druid class sounded cool (jack of all trades master of none sort of thing), but at level 38 we began to have problems leveling further (got bored playing!).
The problem, we think it's a lot of downtime playing WOW as an Alliance Druid (major mana drains) which makes playing a Druid less fun. Also our professions were Herbalist/Alchemist and in hindsight we didn't enjoy running around mountains looking for a herb you can barely see half the time! Skinning is much better profession for leveling, kill something skin it, move on and sell on the auction house via an alt for lots of wow gold.
Around this time we also realized Alliance players suck at PVP (player versus player), not sure what it is, but whether raiding, battlegrounds or arena the Alliance players we teamed with lost 90% of the time.
Since Blizzard is always improving the World of Warcraft game if you follow the guide religiously you could miss new quests that are worth completing not to mention your class specific quests. For this reason we think it makes sense to list which quests he skipped and ideally with a reason. To add to this it would also help to list quests to leave for later, right now you have to look further forward in the WOW guide to see if you'll accept a quest when you return a couple of levels later.

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