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3-22-2010 @ 6:00PM
Know what would have been helpful? Providing a link to the first quest in each quest chain you mentioned. To be honest, I skipped several of those chains on my own lock years ago. Kind of sad that I had to go digging around in links and WoWHead comments to find out how to start the quests, when I read about them in a guide.I saw the title and I thought this would be prefect for my roommate who is sitting on a lvl 62 lock. But after what I found, this post would have just confused her more.
3-22-2010 @ 6:59PM
@jorge_av: "Know what would have been helpful? Providing a link to the first quest in each quest chain you mentioned."i agree that quest links would have been good. the rest of jorge's whining we could've done without
3-22-2010 @ 8:19PM
Really what whining was that? I simply pointed out, that for a new person to the game this is really not much of a guide. Even for veterans that have not done every single quest under the sun, you have to do your own research.
3-22-2010 @ 8:26PM
My apologies, I decided to leave out the disclaimer in this edition. If you were to look at the other installments you will see that I do not intend these articles to be "leveling guides" they are guides for playing a warlock through these levels.If you want a leveling guide there are generic tools that are much more suited to the job. I linked to a couple in the 10-40 installment:http://www.wow.com/2009/11/30/blood-pact-leveling-a-warlock-10-to -40/Tour guide, Carbonite, QuestHelper, these are all great leveling tools and google will get you 100 guides. The links I provided take you somewhere you can find out about the series, they won't tell you who to go to (faction specific) what level you should go (depends on play style, solo/group, etc...) or what quests you should do at the same time. That's what a leveling guide does.
3-23-2010 @ 10:31AM
Dominic, where in my posting does it say I was looking for a lvling guide? This guide was supposed to help locks through Outland and Northrend. You have a section entitled Key Quests, which you do not link to said quest for most of them. Instead you link to items, NPCs or achievements.Don't you think it would be helpful to you know, actually link to the quest? Otherwise, don't call the section "Key Quests" call it "Key Quest Rewards" or "Key Achievements."
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