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Leveling in Mists of Pandaria

Author : janewow    Source :

  Level 85-86 The first level is going to take place in the Jade Forest, which reminds me a lot of Sholazar Basin. This place is rich with lush trees and kick ass mobs. You’ll spend your first level here. Levels 86-88 This level range is kind of weird. On Blizzard’s site it’s saying you’ll spend it in both (or either) the Valley of the Four Winds or in Krasarang Wilds. I recall an explanation that you will be able to decide whether you go north or south. This might be one of those elements that gives you a unique experience when you level your second character from 85 to 90. Based on the next step, I’m thinking that you can get one level in each of these zones and do them in any order. Levels 87-89 The next two levels you can get in Kun-Lai Summit. I’m thinking that you can head there after doing either Valley of the Four Winds or Krasarang Summit, or both at level 88. Either way, this place looks awesome. Blizzard has mentioned how “massive” the snow capped mountain is going to seem. Remember,no flying mounts. Levels 89-90 The final level can be earned in either the Dead Wastes or Townlong Steppes. After level 89 you can head to the center of the continent to Vale of Eternal Blossoms. These remind me of Storm Peaks and Icecrown Citadel, where you end up finishing half of one or the other zone and then only completing the rest for extra gold, achievements and fun. Fastest way to level 1-90 in Wow MOP 5.0 So to get the most out of your Monk at level one, you're going to be using a mix of Jab to build up light force and finishing with Tiger Palm by spending that light force. The whole idea is that a Monk is forced to deal with the balance of life, light, and dark, and so on. What you have to do is figure out the perfect balance of Chi abilities versus light force and dark force abilities in order to reach your happy place. Lvl37 is where you obtain your next batch of quests from Stranglethorn Vale. Arathi Highlands has fairly decent quests in Faldir's Cove, or if you're feeling group-friendly, knock out the ones in Stromgarde. Badlands has a lot of nice quests, but you have to actually find them. This is where supplementing experience by grinding becomes more efficient at times, and at 42-43 you should be closing the last of your Stranglethorn quests, and be finished with Badlands and Arathi both, as well. Once they get to later levels, for example Monks, have the option of becoming a Brewmaster (tank), Mistweaver (healer), or Windwalker (melee DPS). Since we only got to test out the first five levels of the Monk, we didn't get to try any of these talent specializations, but they sound interesting. Another place will help players leveling up fast is Start at Stranglethorn Vale, players can not only level up there fast, but it’s also a good place to farm gold fast. Quest stacking here is also godly, since you don't want to have to run all the way to the northern end of the zone, do one or two quests and turn them back in at Booty Bay. Rebel Camp's quests are largely independent of the rest, though, so you can do those first. Then, head to Booty Bay, where you can pick up two main quests for the northern area: Investigate the Camp and the start of the Excelsior chain, both of which takes you to Nesingwary's Expedition, where you obtain all of the nice happy quests there.


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