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Wrath Of The Lich King Level Tips

Author: inwowgold Source: http://www.inwowgold.com

 With the level cap of 60, the Burning Crusade came. With its 10 new levels, new dungeons, new continent (the Oultands) and new gear (rendering much of the old gear obsolete, even the epic stuff), the Blood Elves and the Draenei came too.
Now we have Wrath of the Lich King. Its expansion brings new gear, the Lich King, Death Knights, and 10 new levels to earn.
Unlike the Outlands, the new continent Northrend, doesn't have any level requirement. If you want to send your level 1 explorer there then go for it. Mobs start at level 68 so if you actually want to fight something, then bring along a character of a little higher level. If you're not high enough level, yet you should get to work.
If you are the type who likes to explore all the hidden areas then you will have a blast exploring Northrend. If you're the type who like to level a little faster be aware that the quests in Northrend, like all the other wow quests, will send you all over the place. A little organizing of your quests will be needed to make your leveling efficient.
When you usually hit any new area and start grabbing quests, you will note that they send you in all directions, some are local and some send you to other zones. Figure out the most efficient path to hit your quests by making notes of where those quests send you and then do them in a logical manner. If you are going to go to the Big City anyway for training, buying, whatever, that's the time to turn in your city quests.
Without delay they noticed that quite a large number of experience points were needed to hit 61 when most of the people started hitting level 60. It is the same true for the new levels. 70-71 is something of a long haul, if you aren't organized. If you approach thing, you will find that each level will take a long time.
Grinding is the leveling method of choice, but with the super long levels from 70-80 this will be a very dull way to level especially after the initial glee of exploration wears off. Take whatever stash of Mountain Dew, pizza, and tunes that you laid in for your pre-70 grind fests and triple it.
In the beta test, the first people to hit 80 played and learned all the routes and the sweet spots for a little extra grinding. They don't do it by randomly grinding or by doing quests randomly. Bloodscalp saw its first 80 (Horde) at 1am on the 15th, but he wasn't the fastest.
The first character Nyhm, hits to 80 on any server, said that he did it by grinding the crypt in Drakil'ji Ruins (in Grizzly Hills). The monsters pop up quickly and are neutral, so the grinding is safer. A healer seems to have been along for at least part of the ride. He had the right spot, the right gear, the right team, and made it.
In the beta, those who didn't get to explore the world, it will take a bit longer. One thing that will help you a great deal on all your travels is to grab a WOW addon called "Cartographer." This addon lets you set waypoints which are a big help in finding your way around whichever zone you happen to be in, whether it's the starter area, an instance, or Northrend. Grab a quest, locate the area that you want to be in, set a waypoint, and follow the arrow on your main screen. It's a free download and the installation is as easy as any other World of warcraft  addon.

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