This is a guide dedicated to leveling your character automatically while either fully AFK or partially AFK. Fully AFK means you can walk away and not worry about your characters, partially means that you may have to be present in case something bad happens or to provide buffs but the mercs will do fine leveling on their own.
Qualifying areas will have fast respawn times or be an area where you are always fighting at least one enemy with minimal downtime but not so many that you have a high chance of dying. Read more…
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. Read more…
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. Read more…
Patch 5.3 removed the minimum skill level required to mine every node in the game. Players can now level anything they want at skill level 1 and gain skill ups.
Being a level 90 it doesn’t make any sense to go back through old world zones and collect a bunch of ore, even if you want to sell it. If you’re looking to get to 600 as fast as possible without any effort then you will want to stay in Mists of Pandaria to do your mining. Read more…
This guide is written for players returning to game after a long absence or new players to the game that have some MMO experience. MMO experience might be necessary because I tell you to skip the tutorial. I wrote this after returning back to Everquest after 10 years of break. The game was so unfamiliar and somewhat changed that I had no idea what was going on and got mad a few times. Read more…
Blizzard announced a smart software that could render World of Warcraft bots useless. Instead of investigating player reports or monitoring logs to catch botters; Blizzard has decided to take a new approach to botting in World of Warcraft.
Over the years botting has become a serious problem for Blizzard resulting in massive support tickets and lots of subscriber cancellations. As of today the majority of their employees are now GMs or work in the support department.
The culprit? Read more…
Fred is an ordinary level 81 Hunter in World of Warcraft that’s about to begin his very first profession of Blacksmithing. Fred plays on a low population server. Because there are less people on the server it is harder and more expensive to get items, especially ore and some components for blacksmithing.
In patch 5.2 Blizzard added a 1-500 leveling bypass to the game where you can level 1-500 by using Ghost Iron Bars. It takes exactly 4,412 Ghost Iron Bars to complete this step, which is an average of 12,000 gold with the price per bar of 2.7 gold each. From 500-600 you could go through another 1000 ghost iron bars making the grand total to level Blacksmithing to 600 about 15,000 gold. Read more…
One of the funnest things to do in Everquest is to twink an alt or power level a character. While most of the time gear isn’t really necessary, some of this twink gear below can last as far as level 60 before you need to upgrade.
Best of all, these items don’t bind to your character so you can just trade them or sell them when you are done.
In addition to these items you can find on the auction house, you also have the option of farming anything from Luclin and prior. So if you’d like to head to Umbral Plains or Temple of Veeshan or Ssra to loot raid or epic no drop boss items, be my guest, there are no level requirements.
Botting is usually frowned upon by gaming communities. While people hate bots for unfair advantages and other unknown reasons other than they think it’s cheating, most players don’t realize they receive benefits from bots even if they aren’t botting themselves.
A typical bot hater is genuinely a player that spends a lot of time in the game trying to get ahead of everyone else. These players may be manually farming, leveling characters in mass, or just spending a lot of time doing repetitive things. In their own minds they feel that they’ve earned their spot in games that allows them to be better than other players. Read more…
I just came across a course developed by WoW Schools called “Stealth Botting 101” where they teach you how to Bot in World of Warcraft without getting caught.
Some of the key features advertised are:
- Automatic Gold Making
- Level to 90 in a few days
- 100% Guarantee
I saw they cover PvP, Leveling, Professions, Gold Making, Raids, Dungeons, Dailies, and Reputation.
Some of those things is mind numbing and takes awhile so it’s tempting to want to automate it. I’m most interested in the Gold Making section. Read more…