World of Warcraft Power Leveling Guide

This is a World of Warcraft Power Leveling Guide. If you are looking for ways to make gold please see Valkors Gold Guide. If you are looking for a World of Warcraft leveling guide from 1-70 please see either Horde 1-70 Guide or Alliance 1-70 Guide. Other profession and class guides can be found at Killer Guides.

Power leveling is a dangerous sport, also known as grinding. Some people are very good at it, others have problems staying focused. It can often require great sacrifice and thus less enjoyment. Tips and tricks can be found throughout this page regarding how to grind or power level particular professions and skills. However there are other, much cheaper solutions.

What I’m saying is, you should give serious consideration to the folks at BroGame where you can get the results without the sacrifice. If you enjoy power leveling, then I suggest reading our guides. But here is an example:

Imagine this situation: Timmy wants to be an 290 Engineer so he use a Hyper-Radiant Flame Reflector and have 18 more Fire Resistance to tank Ragnaros. Timmy is getting sick and tired of Phil having more FR and really really wants to get the edge over him. Timmy’s desire is legitimate, but what will he do to achieve his goal? Timmy could follow our Engineering Guide and get to 290 efficiently. However, this would still cost him several hundred gold (the flame reflector is 200g alone) and at 20-30g/hour he’s looking at almost 25 hours of grinding (see our gold guides for more information on getting wow gold fast). Timmy may go right on and do this, eating extra hot pockets and skipping class to make extra gold before raid night. What Timmy needs to understand is simple. For every hour he plays wow and doesn’t enjoy it, he is losing money.

If Timmy were to have BroGame pass him 500g he would only pay around $65 but save up to 25 hours! If he did it himself, he would be paying himself only $2.60 an hour, almost 1/3 minimum wage! This is just stupid! Timmy could have the 500g immediately and spend that 25 hours playing with his friends doing something he enjoys, or he could go get a job and get paid a great deal more (and probably have more fun at work).

So the moral of the story is, don’t be stupid and pay yourself dirt cheap rates to do something that only burns you out. Ask BroGame to do your hard work for you (don’t worry these guys are reliable). However, if you intend on grinding on your own, make sure you equip yourself with the guides on this page. If you’re going to embark on power leveling a character to 60 you better have either Joana’s 1-60 horde guide or Kopp’s 1-60 alliance guide.