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8-30-2007 @ 2:35AM
Mickey C. of WoW Radio here. I just wanted to comment on the guide you mentioned by Jame. I've owned the game for well over two years now, and I only recently (like, within the last three months or so) reached level 70. This is because I could never stick with the game long enough to grind through the pre-end-game content. My cousin told me about Jame's levelling guides, and I decided to give it a shot. I went from level 50 up to 70 over the course of about two weeks. Granted, this was with much more dedicated and vigorous playstyle than before, but it helped me out a lot. Jame has guides for both Horde and Alliance, and they're really, really good. It's worth mentioning, though, that they only go from 30 to 60. I think he was planning on doing a 60 to 70 guide, but I don't know that you really need it. 60 to 70 is layed out a lot like 1 to 30: quest at this quest hub, then move onto the next one. 30 to 60 is really where you run into a lot of the thirty bajillion quests in thirty bajillion different places thing. His guides help you by giving you a route, telling you which quests are worth the effort and which aren't, when to grind, and which instances to do. It's really a step-by-step guide on getting to 60. So, yeah... just wanted to add that.
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