Word of Warcraft
Class Power Leveling Guide - Word Warcraft
By James Ross
When we think about power leveling our character in Word of Warcraft we think about ways to grind mobs down fast and do quests faster. Both also need to be synchronized so that you grind and do the quests without wasting time going backwards and forwards to the quest giver to receive the quest and then turn it in to get your experience points. As well, of course, as killing the mobs yielding the most xp if grinding is the other way you have chosen to power level.
Anyway one thing that is often over looked by those who want to power level quickly either by grinding or questing is that you really got to pick the right class to do it with. That is if you want to maximise the speed at which you go up in levels in wow.
I personally like to play warrior in Word of Warcraft but this is the class that basically sucks the most in terms of leveling up quickly. The other classes which should be avoided are probably priests. The others, with the exception of the three below, do an OK job but not as good at the following three for the reasons which I give.
Word of Warcraft Classes you must choose for power leveling in wow:
Warlock: in my opinion this is the number one class to power level. I read a post in the Word of Warcraft forum where a user rather succinctly stated that this class is blizzard’s way to introduce a cheat mode legally. And it’s kind of true. Only last week I played a lock and all the way to level 10 I did not die at all which, as I am used to play a warrior, struck me as kind of miraculous. Warlocks are strong and have a minion to take damage so that they take little damage and have awesome spells and curses. They pretty much have the whole package even for Word of Warcraft PvP. Personally I find their invincibility kind of boring, but to each their own.
Hunter: they are more or less similar to warlocks and perhaps a little less under powered but very versatile. The reason they are just less powerful than locks is probably due to the pet being a little bit more work to manage and level up but the pet is what gives the hunter its power. Like the warlock with their minion they are like a mini group thanks to the pet and die less frequently than most classes. I actually played hunter all the way to 25 so far and noticed while using my favorite power leveling guide, that I can finish 5 quests in the time it takes my warrior to do one.
Druid: They come third and are a great class to level up with due to their versatility. They can be tanks like warriors when in bear form and can even be as good as Mages are if you spec up properly. They also have the ability to heal like priests can. They also have other diverse talents and attributes; suffice to say that if they had a pet or minion then they would probably eclipse Hunter and Warlocks in term of their power and leveling speed – Word Warcraft.
Without doubt some other players would disagree with the above or add to these choices. Good players with their chosen class will probably be able to level up fast anyway especially if they have the right gear and spec, and especially if they have played the game a long time and know all the tricks that come with experience. But if you are new you cannot go wrong with the 3 classes mentioned above in your quest to power level fast and easy.