[Guide] Alliance Leveling Helper [1-60]

New/Returning Player Questions & Guides
Any and all feedback is appreciated!

Hello fellow forum readers and wow players, and welcome to my little guide to leveling.
I have many times spotted people in-game sitting some place in a major city, asking in trade channel where he or she should go after having reached a certain level. Not being sure which zones is worth paying a visit to due to many facts.

As much as i wish i could answer everyone and help them get on their way, this is somewhat a problem as people all around the globe with different time-zones as i am in are playing, and i would therefor have to be awake 24/7 on-line in order to do so.

This is why i decided to give you some of my time to make you all a little friendly leveling helper guide. Please do not take this as an exact guide, as there is many different ways of how you can level by questing, and you are most likely not to visit all the zones that are available.

This guide is just a little helper to get you started, and i will try the best i can to point you in the right directions.

Leveling instructions

Night Elf:
Teldrassil
Quest your way to level 10 through Teldrassil.

Run to Darnassus and talk to a guard, ask for directions to the Bank.
Once you are at the bank, run around it and you will see a red glow under a tree, run into this glow.
Now you are met with 2 things, a Flight path to your left, and a Dock that leads to Darkshore.
Go pick up your first Flight path, then run to the docks and take the boat to Darkshore.
When arriving in Darkshore, you will want to do 2 things, pick up the Flight path, and talk to the Innkeeper and set your heart stone here.

Darkshore
Now pick up all quests you find and start doing them, you will want to quest here until you reach level 20.

When you have reached level 20, run back to Darnassus to learn Apprentice Riding (4g), as well as buying your first mount (1g).
Mount up and run to the Flight path and fly to Darkshore.
From Darkshore, run south and into Ashenvale, keep on the road until you reach Orendil's Retreat, where you will run to the west as there is a camp named Blackfathom Camp, pick up the Flight path.
Now run to Astranaar and set your heart stone here, and pick up the Flight path.

Ashenvale
Now, pick up all the quests you can find, and start questing your way to level 25.

At level 25, you'll have to go to Stonetalon Mountains, to get here you will have to run down south from Astranaar to Stardust Spire, pick up the Flight path.
Now run further down and into Stonetalon Mountains, pick up the quests you find as you run to Windshear Hold.
When you arrive at Windshear Hold, pick up the Flight path, and set your heart stone here if possible.

Stonetalon Mountains
Start questing and picking up flight paths as you go until you reach level 30.

You are now level 30, and will have to get your way to Desolace.
Make your way south of Farwatcher's Glen, past the lava on your map and through the path in the mountains.
From here you will keep on the road and head up to your left in the first "fork" in the road.
Head up the mountain to Nijel's Point and pick up the Flight path, and set your heart stone here.

Desolace
Now pick up and do all the quests you find, and do this to you hit 35.

Run to Thargad's Camp and get the Flight path before you run down the road east of Gelkis Village.
Move through the mountains and down to Feralas, keep on the road, and head down the left path at the "fork" to get to Dreamer's Rest, pick up the Flight path and set your heart stone here.

Feralas
Do all the quests, and pick up all quests you see as you are questing your way to level 40.

Now that you are level 40, make your way back to Darnassus and learn Journeyman Riding(50g), as well as buying your second mount (10g).
Head down to Feathermoon Stronghold and follow the road to the east into Tousand Needles.
This part might be a bit tricky, as it seems as Thousand Needles is under water now, you will have to make way all the way down to Fizzle and Pozzik's Speedbarge before you get a new Flight path.
Pick up any and all quests you find while heading down to the Speedbarge and do these, you will most likely be directed towards the Speedbarge in the end anyways.
Once you have reached Speedbarge, set your heart stone here, and pick up the Flight path.

Thousand Needles
Great, you have made it this far, do all the quests you pick up, and get to level 45.

Now you reached level 45, and you will have to get to Tanaris.
Swim to the south of Speedbarge and head down to Tanaris, there should be a quest at the boarder of Thousand Needles and Tanaris, pick this up.
Run to Gadgetzan and set your heart stone here, and pick up the Flight path.

Tanaris
You got to level 45, and should have at least 1 quest in your quest log now, pick up the rest in Gadgetzan and quest your way to level 50.

At level 50, you will have to move to Un'Goro Crater.
To get here, start running to the south of The Noxious Lair, you will find a pathway heading down the mountain side.
Pick up the quests on your way to Marshal's Stand, where you will pick up the Flight path. and set your heart stone here.

Un'Goro Crater
Now start doing the same as always, pick up any and all quests and do them, get to level 55, you are only 3 levels away from Outland!

You reached Level 55, good. Now you have to stop in Silithus, last stop before Outland.
Run up north West and pick up the Flight path at Mossy Pile.
Now, above The Screaming Reaches is a pathway throught the mountains, follow the pathway picking up any quests you come by.
Head towards the big mountain with the name Cenarion Hold, once here set your heart stone here, and pick up the Flight path.

Silithus
Same old, Same old. Pick up any and all quests, do them as you see fit, just reach at least level 58, you could do quests here until you reach 60 if you like, but you have to be 58 for the first Outland quests.

Zone Level requirements:

Location | Level of zone | Minimum level requirement to pick up quests.

Night Elf:
    Teldrassil: Level 1 - 10
    Darkshore: Level 10 - 20 (8)
    Ashenvale: Level 20 - 25 (19)
    Stonetalon Mountains: Level 25 - 30 (24)
    Desolace: Level 30 - 35 (27)
    Feralas: Level 35 - 40 (34)
    Thousand Needles: Level 40 - 45 (38)
    Tanaris: Level 45 - 50 (43)
    Un'Goro Crater: Level 50 - 55 (49)
    Silithus: Level 55 - 60 (54)


* - It is highly recommended that you wait until you reach the respected level requirements of each zone, even if you could go pick up the earliest quests.
Human:
Elwynn Forest
Do the quests you find in front of you, and pick up the others, keep on doing this until you reach level 10, to help you, you should set your heart stone at Goldshire when you get there.

You are now level 10, and got quite a bit you should do before moving on to westfall.
First off, make sure you got the Flight path in Goldshire, Eastvale Logging Camp.
Also run into Stormwind a quick trip to pick up that Flight path while you are at it.
Yes, there is quite a bit of running, but trust me, its worth it.

Now start running to Westfall and pick up the quests at The Jansen Stead, and pick up the Flight path at Furlbrow's Pumpkin Farm.
Now start running down to Sentinel Hill to set your heart stone, and pick up the Flight path.

Westfall
Start picking up the quests in Sentinell Hill, and go do all the other quests, do this until you hit level 15.

Now here is the part where all the running in Elwynn Forest starts paying, you will now have to use the Flight path to fly up to Eastvale Logging Camp.
From here you run west and into Redridge Mountains, here you will be met with a huge lookout tower, there should be some quests here, you'd want to pick them up and do them.
While your doing some of the quests, you'll end up being close to a Flight path, go pick it up, and head to the innkeeper to set your heart stone at Lakeshire.

Redridge Mountains
You're at Lakeshire now, with lots of quests available, pick them up and do them, make sure to pick up the [u]Flight paths
while you are questing your way to level 20.

When you have reached level 20, fly to Eastvale Logging Camp and learn Apprentice Riding (4g), as well as buying your first mount (1g).

Now start running to the south west until you hit a road, take the road to the south and head down into Duskwood.
Keep on the road all the way down to Darkshire and pick up your Flight path[/b] as well as [u]setting your heart stone to Darkshire.

Darkshire
Darkshire is quite annoying usually, there is a lot of long walks involved, but if you like reading quests, it might be fun after all, there is a lot of worgens involved here. Do quests until you have reached 25

Your at level 25, and the next stop is Northern Stranglethorn.
To get here, run to the middle of Duskwood, follow the road leading south and you will eventually come to a stop.
Now you can only turn to the right and start running towards Rebel Camp, pick up the Flight path and the quests.

Northern Stranglethorn
This zone is probably one of the zones most changed by Deathwing, so you get a new feel here. However, keep questing until you reach level 30.

Run down to Fort Livingston and set your heart stone here and pick up the Flight path.
Pick up the quests here and do them, eventually you should be directed down to The Cape of Stranglethorn, where you have to visit Explorer's League Digsite, pick up the Flight path here.

The Cape of Stranglethorn
Start questing your way to level 35

When you are finished here, you'll have to run to Booty Bay, where you should pick up the Flight path before you have to take the boat over to Dustwallow Marsh.
Once you are at Dustwallow Marsh, you'll want to pick up the Flight path, and set your heart stone here.

Dustwallow Marsh
You made it over the sea without getting sea sick i hope, anyways. Start questing here to hit level 40

Now that you are level 40, make your way back to Booty Bay and fly to Eastvale Logging Camp to learn Journeyman Riding(50g), as well as buying your second mount (10g).
Now use your heart stone to get back to Dustwallow Marsh, from here start swimming south, and into Thousand Needles.
Pick up any and all quests you find on your way down to Fizzle and Pozzik's Speedbarge.
Once you have reached Speedbarge, set your heart stone here, and pick up the Flight path.

Tousand Needles
Great, you have made it this far, do all the quests you pick up, and get to level 45.

Now you reaced level 45, and you will have to get to Tanaris.
Swim to the south of Speedbarge and head down to Tanaris, there should be a quest at the boarder of Tousand Needles and Tanaris, pick this up.
Run to Gadgetzan and set your heart stone here, and pick up the Flight path.

Tanaris
You got to level 45, and should have at least 1 quest in your quest log now, pick up the rest in gadgetzan and quest your way to level 50.

At level 50, you will have to move to Un'Goro Crater.
To get here, start running to the south of The Noxious Lair, you will find a pathway heading down the mountain side.
Pick up the quests on your way to Marshal's Stand, where you will pick up the Flight path. and set your heart stone here.

Un'Goro Crater
Now start doing the same as always, pick up any and all quests and do them, get to level 55, you are only 3 levels away from Outland!

You reached Level 55, good. Now you have to stop in Silithus, last stop before Outland.
Run up north West and pick up the Flight path at Mossy Pile.
Now, above The Screaming Reaches is a pathway throught the mountains, follow the pathway picking up any quests you come by.
Head towards the big mountain with the name Cenarion Hold, once here set your heart stone here, and pick up the Flight path.


Zone Level requirements:

Location | Level of zone | Minimum level requirement to pick up quests.

Human:
    Elwynn Forest: Level 1 - 10
    Westfall: Level 10 - 15 (9)
    Redridge Mountains: Level 15 - 20 (14)
    Duskwood: Level 20 - 25 (18)
    Northern Stranglethorn: Level 25 - 30 (24)
    The Cape of Stranglethorn: Level 30 - 35 (29)
    Dustwallow Marsh: 35 - 40 (32)
    Thousand Needles: Level 40 - 45 (38)
    Tanaris: Level 45 - 50 (43)
    Un'Goro Crater: Level 50 - 55 (49)
    Silithus: Level 55 - 60 (54)


* - It is highly recommended that you wait until you reach the respected level requirements of each zone, even if you could go pick up the earliest quests.
Dwarf/Gnome:
Note: The Dwarf/Gnome's routes are kind of messed up, you have to run far distances from one place to another, and then back, just to go all the way to the end again etc. this is why i will be going from Loch Modan and into the Humans routes, as this route makes more sense.

Gnomes starts inside Gnomeregan, Dwarfs starts in Coldridge Valley at Anvilmar.
Start picking up your quests and start the journey towards level 10, if you have done Dwarfs many times, id suggest going Gnome as they have recaptured and overtaken Gnomeregan, so this means new quests :)

Dun Morogh
Pick up the quests you find and go hunting for animals or creatures to kill, sooner or later you'll find your self at level 10, and all the fun is over in the zone.

Take the road to the east all the way over to the mountains, and run through the cave you see there, pick up any quests you find on your way to Loch Modan, and you should end up at Telsamar sooner or later. Once you hit Telsamar, don't forget to set your heart stone here, and get the Flight path.

Loch Modan:
Now you are faced with another zone to quest in, start questing and pick up any quests you find on your way, remember, any quest is a good quest. If you do this, you will hit level 20 pretty quickly.

Now that you are level 20, you will want to head over to Amberstill Ranch in Dun Morogh to learn Apprentice Riding (4g), as well as buying your first mount (1g).

Ok, this is where you stop going the Dwarf and Gnome routes, and head over to Duskwood.
To do this, you will have to enter Ironforge to pick up the Flight path and go to Tinker Town district, from there take the tram/ram to Stormwind, once at Stormwind, you should go get the Flight path, since you got a mount, start running to Goldshire to get the Flight path there, and then head to Eastvale Logging Camp where you will find another Flight path to get, grab this, and head south east over the water until you find a road.
When you hit the road, follow it down to Duskwood, and set your heart stone there, as well as picking up the Flight path

Darkshire
Darkshire is quite annoying usually, there is a lot of long walks involved, but if you like reading quests, it might be fun after all, there is a lot of worgens involved here. Do quests until you have reached 25

Your at level 25, and the next stop is Northern Stranglethorn.
To get here, run to the middle of Duskwood, follow the road leading south and you will eventually come to a stop.
Now you can only turn to the right and start running towards Rebel Camp, pick up the Flight path and the quests.

Northern Stranglethorn
This zone is probably one of the zones most changed by Deathwing, so you get a new feel here. However, keep questing until you reach level 30.

Run down to Fort Livingston and set your heart stone here and pick up the Flight path.
Pick up the quests here and do them, eventually you should be directed down to The Cape of Stranglethorn, where you have to visit Explorer's League Digsite, pick up the Flight path here.

The Cape of Stranglethorn
Start questing your way to level 35

When you are finished here, you'll have to run to Booty Bay, where you should pick up the Flight path before you have to take the boat over to Dustwallow Marsh.
Once you are at Dustwallow Marsh, you'll want to pick up the Flight path, and set your heart stone here.

Dustwallow Marsh
You made it over the sea without getting sea sick i hope, anyways. Start questing here to hit level 40
Now that you are level 40, make your way back to Booty Bay and fly to Eastvale Logging Camp to learn Journeyman Riding(50g), as well as buying your second mount(10g).
Note: If you can not buy a mount from here, fly to Ironforge and go back to Amberstill Ranch in Dun Morogh.

Now use your heart stone to get back to Dustwallow Marsh, from here start swimming south, and into Thousand Needles.
Pick up any and all quests you find on your way down to Fizzle and Pozzik's Speedbarge.
Once you have reached Speedbarge, set your heart stone here, and pick up the Flight path.

Tousand Needles
Great, you have made it this far, do all the quests you pick up, and get to level 45.

Now you reaced level 45, and you will have to get to Tanaris.
Swim to the south of Speedbarge and head down to Tanaris, there should be a quest at the boarder of Tousand Needles and Tanaris, pick this up.
Run to Gadgetzan and set your heart stone here, and pick up the Flight path.

Tanaris
You got to level 45, and should have at least 1 quest in your quest log now, pick up the rest in gadgetzan and quest your way to level 50.

At level 50, you will have to move to Un'Goro Crater.
To get here, start running to the south of The Noxious Lair, you will find a pathway heading down the mountain side.
Pick up the quests on your way to Marshal's Stand, where you will pick up the Flight path. and set your heart stone here.

Un'Goro Crater
Now start doing the same as always, pick up any and all quests and do them, get to level 55, you are only 3 levels away from Outland!

You reached Level 55, good. Now you have to stop in Silithus, last stop before Outland.
Run up north West and pick up the Flight path at Mossy Pile.
Now, above The Screaming Reaches is a pathway throught the mountains, follow the pathway picking up any quests you come by.
Head towards the big mountain with the name Cenarion Hold, once here set your heart stone here, and pick up the Flight path.


Zone Level requirements:

Location | Level of zone | Minimum level requirement to pick up quests.

Dwarf/Gnome:
    Dun Morogh: Level 1 - 10
    Loch Modan: Level 10 - 20 (8)
    Duskwood: Level 20 - 25 (18)
    Northern Stranglethorn: Level 25 - 30 (24)
    The Cape of Stranglethorn: Level 30 - 35 (29)
    Dustwallow Marsh: 35 - 40 (32)
    Thousand Needles: Level 40 - 45 (38)
    Tanaris: Level 45 - 50 (43)
    Un'Goro Crater: Level 50 - 55 (49)
    Silithus: Level 55 - 60 (54)


* - It is highly recommended that you wait until you reach the respected level requirements of each zone, even if you could go pick up the earliest quests.
    Teldrassil: Level 1 - 10
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=141#show:alliance:quest

    Dun Morogh: Level 1 - 10
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=1#show:alliance:quest

    Westfall: Level 10 - 15
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=40#show:alliance:quest

    Redridge Mountains: Level 15 - 20
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=44#show:alliance:quest

    Darkshore: Level 10 - 20
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=148#show:alliance:quest

    Loch Modan: Level 10 - 20
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=38#show:alliance:quest

    Duskwood: Level 20 - 25
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=10#show:alliance:quest

    Ashenvale: Level 20 - 25
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=331#show:alliance:quest

    Northern Stranglethorn: Level 25 - 30
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=33#show:alliance:quest

    Stonetalon Mountains: Level 25 - 30
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=406#show:alliance:quest

    The Cape of Stranglethorn: Level 30 - 35
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=5287#show:alliance:quest

    Desolace: Level 30 - 35
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=405#show:alliance:quest

    Dustwallow Marsh: 35 - 40
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=15#show:alliance:quest

    Feralas: Level 35 - 40
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=357#show:alliance:quest

    Thousand Needles: Level 40 - 45
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=400#show:alliance:quest

    Tanaris: Level 45 - 50
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=440#show:alliance:quest

    Un'Goro Crater: Level 50 - 55
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=490#show:alliance:quest

    Silithus: Level 55 - 60
    http://www.wowhead.com/zone=1377#show:alliance:quest
Addons You might want:

Questhelper:
It seems like Questhelper has officially been updated and is now in production yet another time.

If you do not like, or can not get used to the new in-game quest tracking feature, this is your addon to use.
It will optimize your traveling route while questing by showing you an ant-trail on the mini-map and world map.
By hovering over the quest marks on the maps, it will tell you what you have to do, and which quest it belongs to. and many more functions that will optimize your leveling experience.

http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/quest-helper/

Recount:
Recount is a combat meeter to put it simple and easy, this addon searches through the combat log and shows you reports for everything from DPS/Damage Per Second to how many times each person has died on an encounter. It has everything you could possibly want to know about you, or others in your party.

http://www.wowace.com/addons/recount/

Titanpanel:
Titan Panel gives you lots of options that are useful, such as removing the minimap icons to put them addons on this panel, and its very customizable.

http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/titan-panel/

ZoneLevelInfo:
ZoneLevelInfo will just simply show you the level ranges of whatever zone you are hovering over on your map, quit handy if you want to know if you could take other zones to quest in then the ones i listed.

http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/zonelevelinfo/

Omen Threat Meter:
Omen Threat Meter gives you a little box that will show you how much threat you have on the selected target, or who has to slow down on the DPS to not over aggro things, it is a quite handy addon, however, not really that usefull in the 1 - 60 level range. Choose at your own wish.

http://www.wowace.com/addons/omen-threat-meter/

Decursive:
Decursive is an extremely great addon to have if you can dispel anything, this addon will give you a fully customizable and movable line of bars (depending on how many people are in your group), and if someone in your group has a debuff, then their "bar" will light up red if it is magic, and blackbrown if it is a curse. All you have to do to dispel a person, is to either Left Click the highlighted bar, or Right Click the highlighted bar, and that person is dispelled.

http://www.wowace.com/addons/decursive/

Deadly Boss Mods:
Deadly Boss Mods gives you fake raid warnings whenever the boss or creature starts casting something that you have to pay attention to, and it gives you cooldown bars showing you, i.e. when the next time a boss can use Bloodlust.
It is very useful, even for those not raiding at all, however, this addon is a Must for raiders.

http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/deadly-boss-mods/

Atlas:
Atlas is also a great addon, this is sort of a in-game world wide... well, Atlas. it gives you options to see whatever map of whatever zone you want to get a better understanding of, it has also dungeon maps.
Great to have if you have not explored too much yet.

http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/atlas/

AtlasLoot Enhanced:
Ever wondered what a boss drops? Or what faction sells the head enchant that you need?
Or what about which profession makes the regent that you need to level your profession?
Then this addon is the right choice for you, this will give you an in-game item armory function where you can, search, or maneuver through categories to find exactly what you want.

http://www.wowace.com/addons/atlasloot-enhanced/

Bagnon:
Ever felt it being quite hard to find that one object, among what seems like tens of thousands of other items in your bags, having to open all your bags one at a time, or felt it being annoying?
Well, say goodbye to those times, with this addon, you will get all your bags open up as one whole and big bag. This way you can make sure that your heart stone, along with your profession needed material for crafting, and food and water stays at the bottom of your bag, neatly put so you find it easily.

http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/bagnon/

EasyMail:
Do you receive several pages of mail per day?
Are you tired of having to open up them all one by one clicking each item to get them into your bag?
Well, no more! This addon gives you the option of marking whatever mail you want, and it has a cool button that says "Open Marked" or something like it, when you click this button, it will open all the marked mails and withdraw all the items into your bag automatically.

http://wow.curseforge.com/addons/easymail/
Q: Are addons legal?

A: At least 99% of all the addons available to days date are legal, with a few exceptions like certain "botting" addons which will basicly do your skinning, herbing, etc farming for you while you are a sleep. Addons such as questhelper, gearscore (playerscore soon), atlas, atlas loot enhanced, etc. are all legal. All the addons in my list are all legal to have that said :)

More FAQ to come as i receive questions, and or find questions suited to this guide on this forum.
Reserved for further information and/or FAQ listings.
Again - Lovely guide, brilliant! Keep it up :)

I'll be making a Horde guide Soon™, once I get to play through the content.
hi!

concerns
"Darkshore: Level 10 - 20"


I am actually soon lvl 22 and still in Darkshore. Most Mobs spawn with lvl 18-20 - so this is ideal for me.

Would it be really better if i switch to Ashenvale? Did you favore this region because the quests/exp is faster?
10/12/2010 7:38Posted by Karynscha
Would it be really better if i switch to Ashenvale? Did you favore this region because the quests/exp is faster?


Seeing that Ashenvale is a level 20 - 25 zone, it should provide better experience points for your at your level then what Darkshore quests should, however. If i had to be completely honest, i have never really liked Darkshore at all, and therefor i would jump to Ashenvale quickly.

Though this is really completely up for the person who is leveling to choose.

If you like Darkshore and questing there, then that is a good way to quest, since questing and leveling should be fun for everyone :)
I noticed the Night Elf guide kept you in Kalimdor for the whole 1-60 experience, so here's an alternative for staying Eastern Kingdoms for 1-60 (human-themed):-

Elwynn Forest: Level 1 - 10
Westfall: Level 10 - 15
Redridge Mountains: Level 15 - 20
Duskwood: Level 20 - 25
Northern Stranglethorn: Level 25 - 30
The Cape of Stranglethorn: Level 30 - 35
Western Plaguelands: Level 35-40
Eastern Plaguelands: Level 40-45
Badlands: Level 44-48
Searing Gorge: Level 47-51
Burning Steppes: Level 49-52
Swamp of Sorrows: Level 51-55
Blasted Lands: Level 55-60

So it's possible to level at least two different race/class combos to 60 without repeating any zones.

Note that I've taken these from Wowhead's zone list, and indicate the level ranges. Seeing as I haven't got past 30 yet with a Cata toon I couldn't say if the later zones had quests that support the whole leveling process.
10/12/2010 14:10Posted by Grimhilda
I noticed the Night Elf guide kept you in Kalimdor for the whole 1-60 experience, so here's an alternative for staying Eastern Kingdoms for 1-60 (human-themed):-

Elwynn Forest: Level 1 - 10
Westfall: Level 10 - 15
Redridge Mountains: Level 15 - 20
Duskwood: Level 20 - 25
Northern Stranglethorn: Level 25 - 30
The Cape of Stranglethorn: Level 30 - 35
Western Plaguelands: Level 35-40
Eastern Plaguelands: Level 40-45
Badlands: Level 44-48
Searing Gorge: Level 47-51
Burning Steppes: Level 49-52
Swamp of Sorrows: Level 51-55
Blasted Lands: Level 55-60

So it's possible to level at least two different race/class combos to 60 without repeating any zones.

Note that I've taken these from Wowhead's zone list, and indicate the level ranges. Seeing as I haven't got past 30 yet with a Cata toon I couldn't say if the later zones had quests that support the whole leveling process.


This is indeed a valid leveling route as well, although when i made the lists of zones to enter, i took in account which leveling routes would be quickest.

As you can see, once you are finished in Stranglethorn, you will have to take to mount and start running for a very long distance until you reach the Western Plaguelands or Eastern Plaguelands.

However, it is as valid as all the other listed leveling routes, that is if you don't mind running for quite some time.
As you can see, once you are finished in Stranglethorn, you will have to take to mount and start running for a very long distance until you reach the Western Plaguelands or Eastern Plaguelands.


Aha. Not sure if it's a recent addition or not, but downstairs from the Alliance flight master in Booty Bay, an NPC will portal you to Andorhal in Western Plaguelands when you're the appropriate level for the quest. I think it was 35.
12/12/2010 2:47Posted by Grimhilda
As you can see, once you are finished in Stranglethorn, you will have to take to mount and start running for a very long distance until you reach the Western Plaguelands or Eastern Plaguelands.


Aha. Not sure if it's a recent addition or not, but downstairs from the Alliance flight master in Booty Bay, an NPC will portal you to Andorhal in Western Plaguelands when you're the appropriate level for the quest. I think it was 35.


It seems that the quest you are speaking of recently got added in patch 4.0.3, so the route you provided does look like a rather valid route without much of running in it.

I'll see what i can do to get it updated and fix the human part to keep in eastern kingdoms.

Thanks for pointing this out :)
for newbies it should also be important that "pick up all quests" is mostly related to some special NPC spots.

Sometimes (especially from lvl 20-40) i missed some of these "quest/npc" spots - but most of the time the quests show you the way.

So its maybe worth a try to scout a larger region when you enter a new map.
thanks this has been really helpful was begging to feel like i was grinding alittle and getting nowhere , much appriciated!
hey I am lv 52 and there are no more quests to do in un'goro crater. I already headed to Silithus but there are no quests because my lv is to low :S any advice?

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