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It is quite easy to get frustrated leveling in the World of Warcraft, so I made a small mini- druid horde leveling guide for you! This should provide you with a power boost on leveling your druid so you can quickly get stronger and do better in battle.
Let’s talk about your talents. 0/30/21 or 14/32/5 are all good leveling builds. If you don’t know what those numbers mean then search the World of Warcraft site and learn about talents. 0/30/21 gives you a great damage-per-second (DPS) and also an above average healer. 14/32/5 give you great damage per second but you will lose on some healing talents. So choose your own style, so go for damage and healing or more damage and not as much healing. Make sure you spec down the feral tree! This is the talent tree you should be focusing on when it comes to speccing your Alliance Druid for leveling.
Where the heck do you level your Druid Alliance? Let’s not waste my time or yours. I’m gonna make it easy for you, I will show you a strategy guide that players use to get level 80 in under 4 weeks! Sound impossible? Just try it. This is warp speed leveling not meant for the noob. If you are a noob then go take your time but for the players with a little knowledge this is for you.
- Level 1-20– Stick to the first two areas and grind, if you want the max xp per hour don’t bother questing yet.
- Level 21-26– Wetlands quest, grind raptors, slimes and orcs. Then Redridge Mountain and Lakeshire quests
- Level 26-30– Do some quests in duskwood and then go grind undeads.
- Level 30-35– Grind daggerspines in Hillsbrad. Purgation Isle is also a good undead grinding hotspot.
- Level 36-40– Do Hillsbrad south shore quests, Desolace quests, and kodo grinding till level 38. Then, Undead ravengers in the southeast to level 40.
- Level 41-45– Work on trolls, owl beasts and wolves for grinding and quests.
- Level 45-48– Do the Tanaris quests and pirates ob eastern peninsula for grinding.
- Level 48-52– Go to Felwood and grind deadwood gnolls and do some quests from the sanctuary in the south. Grind dreadmauls in the Blasted Lands, and more quests and grinding in Un’goro crater on the plants and elementals.
- Level 52-55– Azshara blood elves are good for grinding, also grind Dreadmaul Rock Ogres and Firegut Ogres in Burning Steppes. Felwood Irontree woods and cave is great for grinding to.
- Level 55-58– Get the Eastern Plaguelands quests from the sanctuary and grind the undead at ruinned towns. Winterspring grinding at Winterfall Villiage or Lake Kel’Theril undead highborns.
- Level 58-70– The second you ding to level 58 go for the Outlands. There are hundreds of quests there you can do to get help reaching level 70. Many quests require you to kill Monster (X) (Y) this many times. So, you can get several of these quests and do them together (quest clumping).
- Level 70-80– Now in Northrend, quest clumping and instances are the way to level here. The instances in Northrend are much quicker and easier then the ones in outland.
Players got to level 80 with 4 weeks, can you? I understand theres a lot of grinding and you may not have patience with this or just don’t understand how to get around so easily. If that’s you then you may want to look into an in-game guide with only questing in it.
With this druid alliance leveling guide you are most likely better off then before. This is just a tidbit of knowledge I thought would help. Good luck on your journey fellow alliance!
write by Sigmund