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Classic WoW: 13 Best Places to Level from 40 to 55, Ranked

A lot happens to a character in World of Warcraft Classicafter hitting that level 40 milestone. The most obvious being that players finally have a mount, and that 40% speed boost is great, but then they also have to deal with having no money and fewer choices for grinding.

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Classic WoW is famous for having an uncomfortable lull in questing at this point. Battlegrounds don't offer any experience points in earlier versions of the game, either. So before players sign out, here are some ideas for ideal zones to progress between the notorious level 40 and 55 speedbump.

Updated by Kristy Ambrose on March 20th, 2021: The confirmation of the upcoming Burning Crusade expansion is great for lowbies and maxed-out characters, but unfortunately not a lot improves for mid-level players. However, some zones in old Azeroth will have some new lore and related quests. Plus, all those raiders who used to farm in your zones are going to be busy with Outland stuff. Here are three additional places to take your mid-level 'toon.

13 Maraudon (Levels 30 to 60)

Whether or not anyone likes this dungeon's aesthetics is beside the point. It's a great place to level for a variety of reasons, and players can run this dungeon from level 30 right up until the endgame.

To start with, it's huge. There's plenty to slay here for XP, even if the wide variety of quests available are done, but be prepared to commit to about 3 hours of game time for a full clear. Maraudon is also a great spot for farming resources, and we need money to level, too.

12 The Swamp of Sorrows (35-45)

It's a depressing place to be, with less scenery than other parts of Azeroth, but it's still worth a visit during this part of the leveling process. There are few quests here, but enough to keep you busy while you grind up your fishing or herbalism.

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Players can explore the eastern part of the zone to find the Sunken Temple or head north to see what happens to Draenei who turn away from the Light. It's also conveniently close to two other zones related to both your level and Outland lore, the Badlands and Deadwind Pass.

11 Feralas (Levels 40 to 50)

This is a zone that balances leveling both the character and their professions. There are lots of herbs, leather, and minerals to be found in the lush hills of Feralas, along with a long list of quests. High-level trainers populate these cities and vendors often sell obscure recipes.

Some of these are lengthy chains that eventually lead to Dire Maul, the centerpiece of this ancient zone, where a few pre-raid BiS items drop.

10 Uldaman (Levels 40 to 60)

It's worth a visit just for the history, and not just the ancient Dwarf lore and Azerothian creation stories. If anyone has played retail WoW and experienced dungeons like Ulduar in Northrend, Uldaman will look strangely familiar. Plus, players can grind here for 20 whole levels, there's just that much to do.

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Lots of great items drop here, and there are chain quests galore, including a few that start with things to pick up or find. Even the digging area that surrounds the entrance holds a few interesting secrets.

9 Tanaris (Levels 40 to 50)

It looks like a wide expanse of nothing, but there's a lot to do in Tanaris and even more if someone knows where to look. Other than the variety of quests that everyone can get, several professions house their high-end trainers and quests in the main city, Gadgetzan.

Visit the coastal town of Steamwheedle Port for quests connected to the Hinterlands, Zul'Furrak, and even Zul'Gurub. The dungeon of Zul'Farrak is in the western corner, a stepping stone to the endgame raid of Zul'Gurub.

8 Azshara (Levels 45 to 55)

At first glance, it's obvious that this is one of the unfinished zones of the game because there isn't very much here. However, it's crammed with resources and XP once the player is done with the very few quests available.

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Herbalists, miners, leatherworkers, and fishers can spend a few levels in Azshara honing their professions. There are humanoid monsters that drop cloth, which gives the tailors something to do. Several classes will also be visiting Azshara to complete their high-level quests.

7 Searing Gorge (Levels 45 to 50)

Players are clearing a path to Blackrock Mountain when they work through Searing Gorge. There aren't exactly a huge amount of quests here, but the ones here are tough and long, with some leading into the nearby dungeons.

This zone is popular with miners and blacksmiths trying to grind rep with the Thorium Brotherhood. Five of the most notorious dungeons in the game are located between this zone and the Burning Steppes next door, and three of them are raids.

6 Blackrock Depths (47-60)

It's the only dungeon in Blackrock Mountain that isn't a raid, and it's also one of the biggest instances in Classic WoW. It houses a massive jail, a gladiator's ring, Azeroth's best tavern, and the city of Blackrock Depths itself. Certain areas can only be reached with keys and attunement to the Molten Core raid nearby requires visiting its lowest, most dangerous caverns.

There is a myriad of quests here, some that start in the instance, and several of them award BiS items you can take to the other instances in this mountain. There's enough to do to keep a party busy for some time.

5 Zul'Farrak (Levels 44 to 60)

This dungeon deserves an entry of its own. There are lots of quests to do here, which is an obvious draw, but this dungeon is also connected to others through the lore and items.

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The quests in ZF might have been links that started in the Hinterlands that will eventually lead players to higher-level dungeons like Sunken Temple and eventually the Zul'Gurub raid.

4 Felwood (Levels 48 to 55)

This is an ideal zone for leveling, even if it isn't exactly one of the prettier ones. It's essential to visit to grind rep with the Timbermaw Tribe and the Cenarion Circle by killing various monsters and collecting certain items.

Herbalists and warlocks will appreciate this zone more than others. It stays a popular herb-farming route for characters even at max level. Warlocks visit Feralas to finish a portion of their high-level class quests.

3 The Blasted Lands (45-55)

There's a lonely orc ghost standing by the road leading south from the Swamp of Sorrows, and it's one of the few quests you'll find throughout the zone. The long quest chain he sends you on barely even takes place in the Blasted Lands, but it includes some interesting lore that's tied to the upcoming expansion.

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The area is decent for farming items like Demic Runes, which are handy for mana users and a nice way to earn gold. However, the quest chain that takes you through the Dark Portal, which is located in the southern half of this zone, isn't available until level 55.

2 Stranglethorn Vale (Levels 30 to 45)

What makes Stranglethorn Vale a tough choice is a well-deserved reputation as PVP heaven. Or hell, depending on a player's preference. If anyone can get past that, however, there are a myriad of quests available here for both factions. Players can visit this zone as early as level 30 and stay until level 45.

This is one of the earliest zones that players can visit, easily accessible for both factions via boat. Players can also participate in the Stranglethorn Fishing Contest and grind rep with the local pirates while they work through the zone.

1 Temple of Atal’Hakkar (Levels 50 to 60)

At the higher end of the leveling spectrum, there's the Temple of Atal’Hakkar. By now the player has defeated the forces of Zul'Farrak, and now it's time to take on the denizens of another Troll temple.

Love it or hate it, the instance also known as the Sunken Temple is one of the best places to level a character when it reaches 50. There are several class quests that finish here in the late 40s along with high-level enemies that yield leather and cloth.

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40-41 Stranglethorn Vale

  1. Run back to BB
  2. Turn right after the tunnel, turn in “Scaring Shaky” accept “Return to MacKinley”
  3. Follow the lower dock towards the Inn, turn in “The Bloodsail Buccaneers pt.2” acept “The Bloodsail Buccaneers pt.3”
  4. Go In the house across from the half ship, turn in “Return to MacKinley” accept “Voodoo Dues”
  5. Go up top the Inn, accept “Up To Snuff”
  6. Go just outside, turn in “The Bloodsail Buccaneers pt.3” accept “The Bloodsail Buccaneers pt.4”
  7. You should have close to all the STV pages, if not buy the few that you need. You don’t need 1-27 they go in this order. 1,4,6,8,10,11,14,16,18,20,21,24,25,26,27
  8. Go up near Grom’Gol, search the shore there for the 38 elite croc for “Excelsior” stay away from the base or the guards will get you
  9. Run up to Nessingways at (35, 10) and turn in “Raptor Mastery pt.3” and “Panther Mastery pt.4” accept “Raptor Mastery pt.4”
  10. Accept “The Green Hills of Stranglethorn” then turn it in
  11. You should be at lest 25% or less to 40 now go grind on basalisks and raptors around (33, 39) until you’re 40.
  12. Hearth to BB
  13. Go into the shop Tan-Your-Hide Leatherworks and turn in “Excelsior”
  14. Now fly to IF, and either to Darnassus to get your new skills and your mount, or get skills in IF and prepare for a few badlands quests by buying a frost oil and a gyrochronatom (don’t by a gyro if you can’t find a frost oil) Then a healing potion and lesser invisibility potion. Again don’t get either of the potions if you can’t get a frost oil or gyro.
  15. GET NEW ARROWS
  16. Fly to Loch Modan Stable your pet and make Thelsamar your home
  17. Go in the house behind the Inn, accept “Badlands Reagent Run”
  18. Run to (65, 65) and accept “Find Agmond”
  19. Run down into Badlands at (46, 76)

40-41 Badlands

  1. Go to (53, 43) accept “Fiery Blaze Enchantment”, “Mirages”, and “A Dwarf and His Tools”
  2. Stop at (42, 52) and hand in “Martek the Exiled” accept “Indurium”
  3. Accept “Barbecued Buzzard Wings”, “Pearl Diving” (if you have them)
  4. Now there only one area for buzzards. So fort he 2 quests that require their items, kill them whenever you see one.
  5. Go to (25, 44) and accept “Study of the Elements: Rock pt.1” and “Coolant Heads Prevail” then turn it back in and accept “Gyro… What?” then turn that back in.
  6. Accept “Liquid Stone” then turn it back in
  7. Go to around (20, 53) and tame a Ridge Stalker Patriarch for dash and prowl rank 2
  8. Hearth to Thelsamar, get cat back out, DON’T DISMISS THE BADLANDS CAT run back down to badlands
  9. Grind down to (66, 21) and open the crate for “Mirages”
  10. Grind over to the dig site at (53, 29) and kill the dwarfs for “A Dwarf and His Tools” On the right side of the hole at (53, 33) touch the note in the tent for “A Sign of Hope”
  11. Grind up to (53, 43) and hand in “Mirages” accept “Scrounging”
  12. Also turn in “A Dwarf and His Tools” and “A Sign of Hope” accept the next part to Uldaman
  13. Grind down to (61, 54) and accept “Tremors of the Earth” The ogres spawn at (62, 70) and wander to (29, 56) so kill them if you see them. The boss is easy to pull off the back, with the small add or none.
  14. Go south to (62, 70) and kill ogres here for “Scrounging” and hopefully the boss is here. There isn’t many ogres so don’t worry
  15. Grind to 50,62, turn in “Find Agmond” accept “Murdaloc”
  16. Go just south to the gnoll camp and do “Murdaloc” and “Indurium”
  17. Go up to (42, 52) and turn in “Barbecued Buzzard Wings” and “Indurium” accept “News for Fizzle”
  18. Go to (18, 41) and kill the lesser rock elementals for “Study of the Elements: Rock pt.1” and “Badlands Reagent Run”
  19. Go back to (26, 44) turn in “Study of the Elements: Rock pt.1” accept “Study of the Elements: Rock pt.2” and do it by killing rock elemental
  20. Go back to (26, 44) turn in “Study of the Elements: Rock pt.2” accept “Study of the Elements: Rock pt.3”
  21. Kill buzzards around (15, 60) and coyotes around (33, 62) for “Badlands Reagent Run” if you still need them
  22. Grind down to (11, 77) and kill ogres for “Scrounging”
  23. Kill greater rock elementals at (14, 88) for “Study of the Elements: Rock
  24. Go back to (26, 44) turn in “Study of the Elements: Rock pt.3” accept “This Is Going To Be Hard pt.1” turn around and hand it in, accept “This Is Going To Be Hard pt.2” then turn around and hand it in, accept “This Is Going To Be Hard pt.3”
  25. Kill the elemental that’s summoned he’s 45. Then turn it back in to get your Nifty Stopwatch
  26. Go to (53, 43) and turn in “Scrounging”
  27. Go to (61, 54) and turn in “Tremors of the Earth” SKIP the next part
  28. Now you should be 41, if you’re not go east into the ravine and kill the whelps until you level. I usually go here and grind for at least 30 min whether or not im 41 and try to get the heart for “Fiery Blaze Enchantment” If you don’t find it in 30 min just abandon it
  29. Hearth to Thelsamar
  30. Go in the house behind the Inn and turn in “Badlands Reagent Run” accept the Uldaman part
  31. Run to (65, 65) turn in “Murdaloc” accept the Uldaman part I’m almost 25% into 41 now
  32. Fly to Duskwood, make it your home. Fly to SW Go to (64, 20) and accept “In Search of The Temple”
  33. Fly back to Duskwood, Run into Swamp of Sorrows


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Horde 1-60 Leveling Guide - (40-60) - PART 3

- Joana's 1-70 Classic / TBC WoW Horde & Alliance Speed Leveling Guides -

Part 3 of 3


I know this guide is not as great as the , but this guide here can help a lot with the quests you can get and do as horde.

Horde Leveling 40-60

Instance Leveling.

-Instance leveling is the fastest way to power-level. You will need a steady group from here , but the time investment is not as large as soloing.

The First dungeon you should head to is Uldaman in the Badlands.

Quests :

-PreReq :Necklace Recovery
-Start with Dran Droffers in Orgrimmar.

Quest => Necklace recovery part 2.
-Start with Dran Droffers in Orgrimmar.

Translating the journal (Part 3) The man who can translated the journal is there.

Reclaimed Treasures
-Start in Undercity. Dk the npc !

Power Stones
-Start with Rigglefuzz in the Badlands , south of the Anger Fortress.

Solution to Doom
-Starts with Theldurin the Lost in Badlands.


At this point you can go to Razorfin downs instance in the barrens for good quests. They all start inside of the instance. If you want to go there.

The next instance is The Temple of Atal'Hakkar in the Swamp of sorrows. Good place to level by grinding.

Quests :

Pools of tears (Part 1)
-Starts with Fel'zerul
[Part 2]
[Part 3]

The Temple of Atal'Hakkar
-Starts with Fel'zerul.


Into the Depths
-Starts with Marvon Rivetseeker in Tanaris. Here

Secret of the Circle
-Starts with Marvon Rivetseeker in Tanaris.
Here

Jammal'an the Prophet
-Starts with Atal'ai ExileThe Hinterlands
-You have to clear the 5 or 6 bosses in the lower circle to open the barrier that prevents you from reaching him.

The essence of eranikus
-Starts inside the temple.
-When you kill Eranikus he drops a gem the party can loot and then you turn it in to the font in his chamber.


Next one : Blackreock Depths

Quest :

Dark Iron Legacy
-Start with Franclorn Forgewright in Blackrock Mountain.


Yuka Screwspigot (part 1)
-Starts with Yorba Screwspigot in Tanaris.Here
Part 2 for the instance
-Starts with Yuka Screwspigot Here


The love Potion
-Starts with Mistress Nagmara in Blackrock Depths.

The Heart of the Mountain
-Starts with Maxwort Uberglint in Burning Steppes Here

A test of Flame
-Starts with Cyrus Therepentous There

Commander Gor'Shak
-Starts with Galamav the Marksman in the Badlands Here

Kill on sight : Dark Iron Dwarves.
-Wanted one Here.

KILL ON SIGHT: High Ranking Dark Iron Officials
-Starts after the Dwarves.

The Eastern Kingdom
-Start with Thrall in Orgrimmar.

The last Element
-Starts with Shadowmage Vivian Lagrave in the Badlands Here

What's going on ?
-Starts with Commander Gor'Shak (after the other quest)

Disharmony of fire
-Starts with Thunderheart in the Badlands Here

Operation : Death to Angerforge
-Starts with Warlord Goretooth in the Badlands Here

The rise of the machines
-Starts with Lotwil Veriatus in the Badlands Here

The royal Rescue
-Starts with Thrall in Orgrimmar.


Next instance : Blackrock Spire.

Kibler's exotic Pets
-Starts with Kibler in the Burning Stepps. Here

En-Ay-Es-Tee-Why
-Starts with Kibler in the burning Stepps.

Urok Doomhowl
-Starts with Warosh inside the Spire.

The pack mistress
-Starts with Galamav the marksman in the badlands. Here

Bijou Belongings
-Start with Bijou in the Spire.

Bijou's reconnaissance Report (second part)


Seal of ascension
-Starts with Vaelan inside the Spire.

The Matron Protectrate
-Start with Awbee inside the Spire.

Warlord's Command (Series quest)
-Starts as a loot in the spire.

For The Horde !
-Start with Thrall in Orgrimmar.


Ok , now the two last intances are Stratholme in the Eastern Plaguelands and Scholomance in the western Plaugelands. You shouldn't go here unless you're level 58 , but once get to go their , your last two levels come very quickly.

Let's start by Straholme :

The Flesh does not lie (Prereq)
-Starts with Betina Bigglezink in the Eastern Plaguelands Here

The Active Agent
-Start with Betina Bigglezink , after the Flesh does no lie.

The Archivist
-Start with Duke Nicholas Zverenhoff in the Eastern Plaguelands Here

Houses of the Holy
-Starts with Leonid Barthalomew the Revered in the Eastern Plaguelands Here

The great Fras Siabi
-Starts with Smokey LaRue in the Eastern Plaguelands Here

Above and Beyond
-Starts with Duke Nicholas Zverenhoff in the Eastern Plaguelands Here.

Corruption
-Starts with Seril Scourgebane in the Winterspring Here.


And last Scholomance :


Plagued Hatchlings
-Starts with Betina Bigglezink in the Eastern Plaguelands Here

Barov Family Fortune
-Starts with Alexi Barov in Tirisfal Glades Here

Doctor Theolen Krastinov, the Butcher
-Starts with Eva Sarkhoff in Western Plaguelands Here

Krastinov's bag of horrors
-Starts with Eva Sarkhoff in Western Plaguelands Here

Health Dragon Scales
-Starts with a drop from inside Scholomance.


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World of Warcraft leveling guide: How to get from 1-50 fast

Planning on jumping into Shadowlands and looking for a WoW leveling guide? The level squish that arrived with World of Warcraft: Shadowlands has reduced the maximum level from 120 to 60. And along with that massive change, WoW's latest expansion has completely overhauled the leveling process for characters between level 1-50. The good news is that it now takes much less time to reach current Shadowlands content than it would have done without the level squish.

It's not just the fact that there are fewer levels to grind overall—the new leveling experience gives you a choice of the content you want to play through to get to level 50. This new system was first introduced with the WoW 9.0.1 pre-patch, but if you've just recently returned to the MMO to start your adventure into the Shadowlands, this WoW leveling guide shows you the most efficient way to get to level 50. 

WoW leveling guide: Get from level 1-50 fast

1-10

New characters start at level one for the basic array of races, or level 10 for allied races. Creating a new allied-race character requires you to reach max level on another character and complete a quest line specific to that race.

At level one, brand-new WoW players are sent by default to Exile's Reach, the excellent new-player starting experience on a self-contained island. Players who have other leveled-up characters have a choice between Exile's Reach or the traditional leveling area for their new character's race. Hint: The correct choice is always Exile's Reach. The island is a well-paced and engaging adventure that packs ten levels into an hour or two of your time.

10-50

At level 10, both experienced players and new ones are given the starting quests for the latest Battle for Azeroth expansion. If you choose to follow them, they'll lead you to the islands of Kul Tiras and Zandalar, where you'll see the most recent chapter of WoW's history. These more modern questlines are ideal for new players, as transitioning from them to Shadowlands zones for levels 50-60 will be relatively seamless.

For veteran players who have seen BfA, your options are even more interesting. All players can swap to whatever expansion they like to level in using Chromie, the time-travelling gnome-dragon. Chromie is located in Stormwind near the Stormwind Embassy for Alliance players, while Horde players will find him in Orgrimmar near the Orgrimmar Embassy.

Talking with Chromie gives you a choice of all the previous Warcraft expansions. Each will take you from 10-50, or you can choose to jump around between them.

Choosing an expansion

Which expansion should you choose? To some degree, that depends on your priorities. You start in these zones as a tiny level 10 with the slow ground-mount riding skill. You pick up the epic riding skill at 20 and flying at 30 (with no special attunements required for any expansion's zones). This means you're going to be moving slowly for a while.

If you're determined to level quickly, Warlords of Draenor or Legion offer great quest density, meaning you don't have to run far and therefore tend to level faster. Legion's also a terrific expansion in terms of story and zone design. But Battle for Azeroth isn't terrible for quest density either (particularly the Drustvar zone for Alliance and Nazmir for Horde) while offering the most-modern combination of quest mechanics and story integration.

If you just want to get lost in the story and meander for 40 levels, consider Wrath of the Lich King, which packs some of the best lore in the game into a single expansion, but can be slow to level in. Or try the underrated Mists of Pandaria, which has a sedate leveling style and easygoing quest progression reminiscent of the Pandaren race it introduced.

The Burning Crusade and Cataclysm both involve tons of running, disjointed story lines and antiquated mechanics, so unless you're nostalgic for those zones' experience from your first time around, it's best to avoid them now.

Based on personal experience, it takes about twice the amount of time to level through The Burning Crusade compared to Warlords. Most expansions (except BC) will take you somewhere between 12 and 16 hours to complete if you're not speed-running; the fastest speedrunners currently take about 3.5-4 hours to get to level 50.

Dungeons or quests?

It's still viable to level exclusively through dungeons rather than questing. You'll get 2-3 levels per dungeon you run depending on quests. There are two two key caveats, however. First, if your character doesn't have a tank or healing specialization, you'll want to find someone who does to group with as the queues for damage players can be lengthy.

Second, you'll want to be careful of the expansion you select to level in, because unless queues are ridiculously long (prompting the game to offer you other dungeons as options), you're limited to your leveling expansion for the dungeons you choose from. This is important, because some dungeons offer quests inside for much better experience, and some do not.

If you're not party-syncing with other players (see below), you'll want to jump around the expansions that offer dungeon quests to maximize your experience. Avoid Warlords of Draenor, Legion and Battle for Azeroth, as they offer few or no quests in leveling dungeons.

Heirlooms and leveling speed items

Heirlooms were recently overhauled, no longer providing bonus experience while leveling. Instead, they offer other combat and quality of life bonuses. Because they level with you, it's a convenient way to avoid having to examine or replace gear.

Some leveling items still work in the expansion where they were originally collected, but they are typically only good for secondary (alt) characters. Draught of Ten Lands, for instance, works in Battle for Azeroth, but requires you to have a maximum-level main character to buy them.

Leveling with friends

One of the best ways to maximize your leveling speed is to group up with other people, using the game's Party Sync feature to synchronize quests and run dungeons. As long as you incorporate a new player periodically and sync with them, you'll all be able to repeat dungeons and re-do those quests for full experience. To use Party Sync, open your quest log and click the Party Sync button in the lower right corner.

Party Sync can be buggy, so be sure to un-sync before inviting a new character to the group, while also checking everyone is out of instances, vehicles, flight paths and other scenarios that make them busy before re-syncing. Nonetheless, if you're willing to put up with the quirks, Party Sync is a quick way to get the job done. It's also tons of fun since you're levelling with friends, and isn't that ultimately what an MMO like World of Warcraft is all about?

Sours: https://www.pcgamer.com/world-of-warcraft-wow-leveling-guide-vanilla/
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