It is widely known and accepted that gaming is intense and exhausting. Players can become very tired after sitting and staring at a screen for hours on end while using up all of their mental focus. Some players use energy drinks like Monster while others just drink Soda for the sugar / caffeine boosts. Both of these options have negative side effects that can lead players to become jittery or just downright crash hard.
At the very least consuming too many of these drinks will leave players feeling pretty awful and making it hard to sleep at night (or morning) whenever they do finally decide to quit gaming. Continue reading
Primal Spirits are the Warlords of Draenor Currency for a lot of high level crafting components in each profession. A full list can be found here but the biggest reason people want to farm them is because they allow you to purchase Savage Blood which is quite expensive on the Auction House. Having said that, you could farm Primal Spirits, buy Savage Blood, and sell them on the Auction House.
Sounds like a simple way to make a ton of gold right?
Hang in there it’s not that easy, Savage Bloods cost 50 Primal Spirits, and Primal Spirits aren’t easy to come by. Continue reading
Just like power leveling exists for your World of Warcraft character, your followers can be power leveled in a similar, but passive, way. First things first, your followers are accessible at your command table in your garrison. You are limited to 20 “active” followers at a time, 25 if you have a Level 3 Barracks.
You can have as many followers as you can find but once you hit the max you’ll need to deactivate some to continue going on missions. This can also be done at the command table in the garrison by right clicking on a follower in the list and selecting deactivate. Continue reading
Warlords of Draenor is out and it came with a lot of changes. How do you think it matches up to World of Warcraft’s previous expansions? Vote today!
Starting at level 90 you can get your Garrison after completing the initial quests. It’s pretty important that you have you’re able to upgrade your Garrison to Level 3 right as you hit level 100, which is easier said than done. Upgrading to level 3 garrison requires 2000 Garrison Resources, which is a lot more than you would think. Keep in mind once you finish quests in the zone that give Garrison Resources that’s it, you have to get Garrison Resources the hard way. Continue reading
I’ve leveled two hunters to 100 since Warlords has been out (1 horde, 1 alliance) and I just want to go over a few things that will help you level to 100 as fast as possible. The points to cover in this post will be Garrison Items, Outposts Selection, Talents, and Glyphs.
First off, I tried all of the other talent builds and hands down, Beast Mastery is still the best build for leveling. At some points you may want to put your pet into tank mode with tenacity but most of the time you can leave it in a DPS Spec. There are some elite and rares that tank mode will help but as a Beast Mastery Hunter you’ll be able to take on all of the rares and elites pretty much by yourself with your pet. Continue reading
So you’ve selected a Barracks for your Large Building plot and you’re looking to give yourself a bodyguard to help finish off the grind from level 98 to 100 or to help you farm areas of Draenor.
At level 98 after skipping Spires of Arak I noticed a huge slow down in my killing speed when I moved into Nagrand because my gear wasn’t up to par. After establishing my Garrison in Nagrand I was rewarded with a Comprehensive Outpost Construction Guide. This allows me to save gold and go to a Blue Prints Vendor in Stormshield (Alliance) or Warspear (Horde) where you can use this construction guide to upgrade your Barracks among many other buildings.
You can also purchase this upgrade for 1500 Gold from the blue prints vendor right in your Garrison. Continue reading
As you are well aware minimum requirements to mine nodes was removed in patch 5.3 making level up your gathering professions easier.
Therefore, you can go 1-700 following old routes if you’d like.
One of the biggest changes in Warlords of Draenor is there are no more profession trainers. To improve your skill level simply learn the profession you want, after killing a few mobs a scroll should drop that boosts your maximum skill level to 700, all that’s left for you to do is to get it there.
You can now power level your Blacksmithing to 600 only using Ghost Iron Bars!
Yes, it will be expensive if you buy all of these ingredients off the auction house, but if you’re just looking to get to 600 quick you can probably farm the Ghost Iron Bars pretty quickly.
You don’t have to just use Ghost Iron Bars to level, you can use Ghost Iron Bars when it makes sense to do so and you can swap steps with the Classic Blacksmithing Guide. No matter which guide you’re using you’ll be able to hop back into either at any step along the way. Continue reading
Thanks to patch 5.3 it is no longer necessary to level your Herablism by going through old world zones. In patch 5.3 they removed the minimum skull required to gather herbs. You can now gather any Herb in game at skill level 1, however, if you are below the appropriate level you will now get stems instead of the actual herb. Ten of these stems will combine into the Herb itself. Continue reading