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Basic Info About WoW Every Player Should Know

By Orchish Humor On July 4, 2012 No Comments

World of Warcraft, which is the product of the great company, creating computer games named Blizzard Entertainment, was designed and released in 1994, 15 have passed since that day but it is still a timely game. Moreover, WoW continues to gain incredible popularity and wins the hearts of thousands of fans all over the world. Nowadays there are thousands of WoW servers all over the world, some of them are legal, and some are not. Latin America, New Zealand, Japan, China, Russia, all world is playing World of Warcraft. It is one of the most called-for games. Present days are the Golden age of WoW which is not going to finish.

What you need to know about Warcraft? Firstly, the main aim of each game player is to level up his or her character. It can be done in different ways, for example, you have to buy weapons and armour. To do this you need WoW Gold, which is not that easy to get. The easiest way to get WoW Gold is to buy it from the Internet Gold sellers, but this way proved to be dangerous one because according to the policy of Blizzard you are not allowed to buy Gold, you have to get it by yourself, Cheating is strongly not recommended in WoW. All WoW gamers know that, many of them have already lots their accounts and were banned for good.

What causes the emergence of so many Gold vendors? The thing is it is very difficult to get WoW Gold. It needs much time, sleepless nights, many efforts, some people are eager to buy gold instead of wasting time on earning it. That is why the immense Supply formed in the Internet. For a example, to buy a steed you have to spend a week in front of the monitor. Why do this if you can just pay real money for it!

There are also quests in WoW to go through, which are usually rewarded by some amount of Gold. If you buy your Gold for real money from a seller you still need to finish your quest. Having the Gold it may seem that quest doesn’t interest you anymore, but you must do it, anyway.

Instead of wasting your time looking for an appropriate Gold vendor in the Internet, you’d better find a guide, explaining how to get more Gold fairly. Those guides usually explain how to get use

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WOW Auction House Guide

By WoWHousewife On September 3, 2011 No Comments

Dear players, this guide is made in the purpose of helping you out when it comes to the economy in World of Warcraft. You will be able to learn how to use the all mighty Auction House and how to make the best purchase and bargain. Let’s start with the Auction House itself.

Wow’s Auction House has been a subject of envy for all players that were playing other mmorpgs, simply because it was the best made solution for players. Auction Houses or in short AHs can be found only in the capital cities in the old map of Azeroth: Stormwind, Darnassus, Ironforge and Exodar on the Aliance side and Undercity, Ogrimmar, Thunderbluff and Silvermoon City for the Horde side.

How to use the Auction House

Once you get to the AH you should click on one of the Auctioneers. On the left side you will see the categories of items and goods you can search through. By clicking in example on the Weapons you will have listed sub-categories which will of course make your search easier. On the upper frame you will see a text box for the following: Name, Level - Range and a drop down menu where it says All. Depending on what kind of quality item you are looking for you could narrow your search to: poor, uncommon, common, rare or epic items by clicking under the All tab. If you want to search through all you should just leave it as it is and click on the Search button on the right side. Searching through all items is never advisable since there are so many items on the AH and you have a good chance of getting lost. If you know the exact name of the item you are looking for type it in the Name text box and click on Search. The list of all available items currently on the AH will be shown. On the down side you have the link to go to the next page/pages.

There is an option to see how an item would look on you i.e. armor and weapons. Hold CTRL key and left click on the item and you will be able to see it. This option is popularly called “the dressing room”. When buying an item you should make sure to check its price. The Buyout price is the maximum price and by selecting an item and clicking on the

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Alliance Gold Farming

By WoWHousewife On September 2, 2011 No Comments

Aliance: How to make gold at low levels for Mining & Herbalism

Leveling mining and herbalism are the two easiest ways of earning gold at low levels. Selling ore and herbs on the Auction House is a good way to get a nice amount of gold as you are leveling up. It is even quite useful to farm gold like this on higher levels. It is an advice that you download the Gatherer addon which will track all of your discovered ores and herbs so you don’t have to roam around trying to remember where a vein or a herb was on the map.

 

Mining

 

Where to find the trainers?

Mining trainers can be located:

* Brock Stoneseeker (Loch Modan)

* Dank Dizzlecut (Dun Morogh)

* Dulvi (Azuremyst Isle)

* Gelman Stonehand (Stormwind City)

* Geofram Bouldertoe (City of Ironforge)

* Hurnak Grimmord (Hellfire Peninsula)

* Kurdram Stonehammer (Darkshore)

* Matt Johnson (Duskwood)

* Muaat (The Exodar)

* Yarr Hammerstone (Dun Morogh)

 

Best areas to mine:

Best areas where you can mine Copper ore are Dun Morogh and Elwynn Forest.

For Tin ore you should scour the eastern parts of the Redridge Mountains and Loch Modan.

For Iron ore and Gold ore it is recommend to go to Alterac Mountains. Other places like Ashenvale, Desolace, Stranglethorn Vale, Arathi Highliands and Badlands are also nice.

For Mithril ore and Truesilver ore you should go to Highperch located in the Thousand Needles. Badlands is also a good location for Mithril ores. The best area there is Lethlor Ravine.

Best places for Thorium ore and Dark Iron ore are Searing Gorge and the Burning Steppes.

 

 

Herbalism

 

Where to find the trainers?

Herbalism trainers can be located:

* Alma Jainrose (Redridge Mountains)

* Brant Jasperbloom (Dustwallow Marsh)

* Cemorrhan (The Exodar)

* Cylania Rootstalker (Ashenvale)

* Firodren Mooncaller (Darnassus)

* Flora Silverwind (Stranglethorn Vale)

* Herbalist Pomeroy (Elwynn Forest)

* Heur (Azuremyst Isle)

* Kali Healtouch (Loch Modan)

* Malorne Bladeleaf (Teldrassil)

* Malvor (Moonglade)

* Morae (Bloodmyst Isle)

* Reyna Stonebranch (Ironforge)

* Shylamir (Stormwind)

* Tannysa (Stormwind City)

* Telurinon Moonshadow (Wetlands)

* Uma Bartulm (Dustwallow Marsh)

Best areas to find herbs:

Best areas to find Peacebloom, Silverleaf and Earthroot erbalism are Elwynn Forest and Teldrassil.

Continue to Westfall for more of the Peacebloom, Silverleaf and Earthroot and you will also find Mageroyal.

Redridge Mountains and Stonetalon Mountains are the best areas for Bruiseweed and also in the North part of Stonetalon you will be able to find Kingsblood and Wild Steelbloom.

Duskwood is also rich in these two.

Fadeleaf can be found in Arathi Highlands, Alterac Mountains and the Hinterlands.

The herb heaven, aka the Swamp of

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Aldor and Scryer Quests in World of Warcraft

By Orchish Humor On September 2, 2011 No Comments

There are many quests out there from Aldor along with Scryer NPCs around Outland. The first quests you will encounter are given by questgivers in Shattrath City, at the respective factions’ headquarters in Aldor increase additionally to the Scryers’ Tier. When you explore more of Outland, you will come throughout additional quest hubs in Netherstorm and Shadowmoon Valley. In the latter zone, you will come throughout a town for each faction, each with its own questgivers, vendors, and even a flightpoint. Just be certain not to wander to the opposing faction’s town by mistake – you will likely not get a cozy welcome. Quests would be the fundamental technique to collect World of Warcraft gold and XP(WOW power leveling). You do more. You gain more!

Repeatable quests – Aldor

A vital section of raising your reputation to higher ranges is by completing the repeatable reputation quest. For the Aldor, you can turn in signifies of Kil’jaeden and signifies of Sargeras, which drop from people with the Burning Legion in Outland. Signifies of Kil’jaeden, which are found in Terokkar Forest and Nagrand, can be turned in until Honored reputation. Signifies of Sargeras, which are found from higher-level people with the Burning Legion, can be turned in until exalted. They can be found in high-level regions along the lines of Netherstorm, Shadowmoon Valley, and Blade’s Edge Mountains additionally to in the cases of Shadow Labyrinth, Arcatraz, additionally to the Mechanar. If you are high-level characters, you can have more difficult quests and gain more Gold in World of Warcraft after you have finished them. Inside these places, you also can collect Fel Armaments, which can be turned in for reputation additionally to for Holy Dust, used to get the Aldor shoulder enchants. Signifies and Fel Armaments also can be acquired on the Auction House, or traded to other players. Signifies can be turned in to NPCs in equally Shattrath town and Shadowmoon Valley, while only Ishanah, the leader of a Aldor in Shattrath City, and accepts Fel Armaments.

Repeatable quests – Scryer

The repeatable quests for the Scryers need you to turn in Firewing Signets and Sunfury Signets, which drop from followers of Kael’thas in Outland. Firewing Signets, which are found in Terokkar Forest, may be used to increase your reputation to Honored. Sunfury Signets, which are found from higher-level followers of Kael’thas, can be turned in until Exalted. They can be

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WOW Warrior Class

By WoWHousewife On August 28, 2011 No Comments

Warriors are a great melee class. They are capable to Tank, and even by most considered to be the best tanking class still, but can also do great damage in both PvE and PvP. Masters of the melee fight as they are, they are capable to equip all the melee weapons and even Dual Wield. Next to that they can also wear Plate armor and Shields. Their special abilities can be used with the use of Rage which is gained by taking and dealing damage, and some talents and abilities.

The Warriors have stances they can choose between. The Defensive Stance is normally only used for tanking because it reduces the damage done by 10%. However, it does increase the threat made by 10% and the damage done to the Warrior is reduced by 10% as well. Then there is the Battle Stance which is their basic stance which doesn’t give any boosts or reductions and finally there is the Berserker Stance which increases the Warrior’s critical strike rating by 3% but also increases damage done to the Warrior by 10%. Some abilities can only be used when the Warrior is in a particular stance.

Warriors are strong and can take a few punches which make them easy to level because their damage output is good as well. One should carry a shield with him while leveling so you can tank an instance when you get the chance. At level eighty 70+ however you will definitely need to have a Protection build to tank the instances though. In my opinion Warriors are fast levelers because you can kill the mobs quite fast and then Charge into the next one. Because of the plate armor you will not lose a lot of health, though one does has a few abilities that restore hitpoints and otherwise some bandages can be used which isn’t that time-taking either.

All the races, except the Blood Elves, have Warriors in their ranks.

The Warriors have the Protection talent tree if they want to become good tanks. In this talent tree there are a lot of abilities that reduce the damage done to the Warrior. You will also improve your threat done with this talent tree and will gain some new nice abilities like Spell Reflection, Shield Slam, Shock Wave and Last Stand. A Warrior can be a great tank, in my opinion, Blizzard designed Warriors to be tanks and they

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WOW Warrior Leveling Guide

By WoWHousewife On August 27, 2011 No Comments

Some players really enjoy tanking and see no problem in leveling their Warrior as a Protection Warrior. Shield Slam and Revenge do decent damage and also Shockwave is nice at later levels. If you want to speed up your leveling though, you should definitely explore the Fury talent tree. Two one-handed weapons should be used until you can equip two two-handed weapons.

I have made two builds. One will also take the Impale and Deep Wounds of Arms while the other is even more focused on Fury. It is up to your preferences which ones you would choose.

I would advise you to at least first take Improved Charge in the Arms Tree. Then you can continue with 5% crit rating in the Fury tree and go on down from there. Aim to get Death Wish, Precision and Weapon Mastery asap so you don’t miss that often and Deathwish is a nice damage boost. Flurry is extremely nice and after you take this ability you really get that ‘Rogue-in-plate’ feeling because you really make sushi out of your opponents.

Next in line is Blood Thirst which does not only do a great amount of damage, but also restores health over time. This ability is just great for leveling because it is one of the few life-giving abilities a Warrior has.

Now you will get to choose between some nice damage dealing abilities. Do move down in the tree though and pick up the remaining ones at later levels. Get Rampage as soon as possible, it is a great ability that boosts your damage significantly and only costs one talent point.

You can see that Blizzard wanted to improve the ever so useless Slam ability of the Warrior and you can see that they succeeded. You will have a 20% to instant cast Slam and its damage gets improved to. Whirlwind and Cleave as well get a damage boost in this three which makes the Warrior more capable to deal with multiple mobs at once.

Finally you got Titan’s Grip. Man did I love to see my Warrior looking ba%&$s with two two-handed weapons. Of course, it doesn’t only look great but it will also give you a whole different game play. Ok, you will need to get a lot of hit rating to make up for the hit rating loss but it is kinda cool that the Warrior, the weapon master that always could wield all

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The WOW Warlock

By WoWHousewife On August 26, 2011 No Comments

Warlocks have always been a nice class to play. For some reason they always looked great, Blizzard always made the nicest tiers sets for them, then they have those cool class mounts. However, it isn’t only the look that counts and the Warlocks have a lot more to offer. The Warlocks are great casters and use the Schools of Fire and Shadow damage as well as a variety of different Fear spells and a Demonic Pet to bring pain upon their enemies.

You can choose a different pet for different scenarios. You can choose between an Imp, Fel Hunter, Succubus, Fel Guard, and even a Fire Golem can be summoned.

A Warlock needs Soul Shards for some abilities. These can easily be obtained though by using Drain Soul on an enemy.

A Warlock is very nice in PvP because he has a lot of damage over time (DoT) spells. If he first casts a few DoT’s and then continuously fears his opponents while also his pet is chasing them around doing additional damage, he basically can win from most opponents. The Locks also have some nice AoE spells like most other casters and have some other specific abilities. One of them is the Ritual of Souls. With this ability he makes a Soulwell which all the party and raid members can use to get a Healthstone, which instantly restores health when used. Warlocks can also create a Soulstone on themselves or on other players. Once the player dies he would be able to resurrect. Last but not least is their ability to summon other players which comes in very handy from time to time.

If you want to play a Warlock you can choose between the following races: Gnome, Human, Orc, Undead, and Blood Elves.

There are three talent trees that all enhance the Warlocks damage.

Lets start with the Affliction talent tree. Favored by many PvP Warlocks is the Affliction build simply because it focuses on the DoT spells of a Warlock and even gives him some new ones. Also the fear spells become better when this build is followed. The tactic of DoTting and then fearing like said before is great for PvP.

Then you got the Demonology build which increases the damage output of the Warlock as well as the Pets one can summon. It also gives the Warlock the ability to sacrifice his pet to make him stronger. This build is also nice

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Warlock Leveling Guide

By WoWHousewife On August 25, 2011 No Comments

A Warlock is quite an easy character to level. With a Demon Pet at his side and a wide array of damage, fear and AoE spells a Warlock can be capable to level up really fast. Mana brakes is not a word you can should find in a Warlock’s dictionary because you should use Life Tap to convert health into mana and then use Drain Life to fill it up, if necessary, because most of the times your health will restore gradually while your pets are taking the hits or you are fearing the mobs.

Two great abilities that you should use all the time are the Create Healthstone and Create Soulstone abilities. Consuming a Healthstone will save your life many times and when you do die you have your Soulstone on you so you can resurrect on the spot.

As a Warlock you should stay Affliction until you reach level 70.

With the Affliction talent build you will increase all your DoT spells and will also gain a few great spells. It starts off nice with Improved Curse of Agony. Suppression and Improved Drain Soul will give you less mana problems. Soul Siphon and Improved Life Tap will also help you to maintain your health and mana.

Then you got Amplify Curse and Fel Concentration that will help you cast better and faster. Then you increase your range and some damage of some spells. Curse of Exhaustion is an option, handy for PvP realms. Siphon Life and Shadow Mastery are extremely good.

Two other great spells you will learn are Unstable Affliction and Haunt. Both are great damage spells. Improving your Felhunter goes well with Dark Pact.

Once you enter Northrend you should switch your build to a Demonology – Affliction build.

So basically this build is about having a Felguard and Siphon Life. While boosting your Demon Pets you can still do good damage with the DoT’s the Warlock has. The Affliction tree offers a lot of health gains which you can of course convert to mana so basically a lock with this talent build will have no down time.

The Demonology is to mana consuming to be an effective leveling build. The Affliction tree is great though to preserve mana and deal a lot of damage. With an Affliction talent build however you should place all your dots on several mobs so the leveling speeds up a bit. You will have a lot of survivability

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Shamans – Spiritual Casters With Lots of Totems

By WoWHousewife On August 24, 2011 No Comments

Shamans are a nice class with a lot of different spells and abilities. You can play a Shaman in several ways. You can choose to be either a Melee or Spell casting damage dealer or become a Healer. The Shamans could only be played by the Horde races until the release of the Burning Crusade when the Draenei of the Alliance made it possible to become an Alliance Shaman. Shamans can wear all weapons except swords and are dependent on leather armor till level 40 and can then wear mail armor.

Shamans are well known for their ability to place totems that boost both themselves and party members. There is a great variety of totems that can be cast and these are divided in four schools: fire, water, earth and air totems. Only one totem of each school can be active at a time. Besides the totems, a Shaman also has another great ability called Blood Lust, or Heroism for Draeneis, which boosts all party and raid members haste rating by 30% for 40 seconds. Not to forget, the Shaman can also summon a Fire and Earth Elemental from time to time.

Then there are several abilities that the Shaman can benefit greatly from during leveling and basically in any kind of scenario. The Shamans have an ability called Reincarnation which comes with a cooldown of one hour. The Shaman will be able to resurrect the moment he gets killed if this ability isn’t on cooldown. It does require a reagent called ‘Ankh’. The Shaman can also learn Ghost Wolf at level thirty which improves his running speed which is nice for leveling, even though mounts can be used at level 30 now as well. Shamans also have Astral Recall which basically serves as another Hearthstone, this one has only 15 minutes cool down though and doesn’t cost you a spot in your bag!

As you can read above, the Shaman truly does have some great abilities. The talent trees will provide you with even more cool spells and abilities.

To begin with there is the Elemental talent build which is meant for casting damage dealers. You will use lighting and fire attacks to maximize damage. A nice AoE spell that becomes available later is Thunderstorm which does nice damage and knocks back enemies.

Then there is the Enhancement talent build. This build is created for melee damage dealing Shamans. This build will allow the

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Leveling a Rogue

By WoWHousewife On August 23, 2011 No Comments

 A Rogue is a pure DPS class that wears leather armor and should focus on getting a lot of Agility which will give him some Dodge chance thus survivability while leveling. A Rogue also has some nice stunning attacks that should always be used to minimize damage done to him. First Aid is definitely necessary to minimize a Rogue’s downtime.

The Rogue has three nice talent trees and they all have their pros and cons. If you want to make a nice leveling build  it takes a bit of all three talent trees and it will give you a lot of useful abilities and boosts to level up like crazy.

You should start by putting some talents in the Combat tree. Start with Dual Wield Specialization and then go for Precision to make sure you hit a lot with both weapons. Now go for Deflection because you will encounter a lot of melee mobs and that makes 6% parry chance really nice. Skip Riposte but do take Endurance so the cooldown of Evasion and Sprint are much shorter. These two abilities are great while leveling. Now Improve your Spring and Dodge chance and finally take Blade Furry which is just great when you’re fighting two mobs at once. It increases your damage by 20% anyway for 15 seconds so even if you’re fighting one mob it’s quite good.

Now put five points in Malice at the Assassination. Take Ruthlessness and Puncturing Wounds. Do take Vigor asap because it is really nice to have 110 Energy. Take Lethality to improve the damage from your critical strikes and then go for Vile Poisons and Improved Poisons. Take Cold Blood which is a killer and Fleet Footed to increase your movement speed which is always welcome while leveling. Take Quick Recovery and then take Sealed Fate to apply combo points faster which is a nice combo with Cold Blood.

Take Overkill so you can do more damage when you come out of stealth and then take Deadly Brew so runners won’t be much of a menace since they get their movement speed reduced with 70%.

Take Deadened Nerved to reduce damage done to you and take Weaknesses to increase all damage done by 6%. Last but not least you should take Mutilate in this tree which is a nice attack.

Take Relentless Strikes and Opportunity from the Subtlety tree and you have a great leveling build.

With this build you

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