You can tell the gold guide users on the AH though. When you are posting things up, if you are the only one and you put it up for say 1000g. Next time you go to post it might tell you to put it up for 1050g, then 1100g. Then 1200g. etc, ad naseum. It doesn't stay the stay it keeps adding the price till it is WAY out of whack with anything reasonable. Still it's pretty good for posting up stuff so long as you know the price already.
It comes with a detection system for quest which monitors your previous actions and makes improvements based on them. A directional arrow that appears on the screen will indicate the best direction. It is fully automated hence saves you the trouble of having to click when moving to the next level. By following the guide you will require fewer than 7 game days to move from 1 to 80. You can begin from mid-level and let the guide lead you through the next levels.
It’s easy for the new player to follow and efficient enough for the experienced player to want to use it. That’s a tough act, but John pulls it off nicely and his Zygor’s Guide rocks. Of course, one can argue that it makes the game too easy, but I’m not one of them. Want to make it a bit more difficult? Don’t worry so much about your gear and send those heirlooms to your other alt.
Definitely pick up the Zygor Guides. They are hands down the best choice of guide that you can get. You can pay less and get less by going with other guides. You can tell that Zygor has put a lot of care into this system, and has made it as user friendly as possible, while also thinking way ahead and overcoming obstacles that other guides haven’t mastered yet. Start with the free trial and we’re pretty sure you’ll be signing up to get your Loremaster title.
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The guide comes in the form of a plug-in that you’ll use with your regular WOW program. Once it’s installed you’ll notice some key changes to the interface of the game. There will be a dialogue box guiding you through the game, advising you as to which quests to complete, which steps to take, and where you can find necessary items. The information is very specific so you won’t have to waste any time deciphering cryptic hints. As you might imagine, this significantly speeds up the processes of the game.
Thanks very much - spent 20 mins in game to get my bearings again, it's really cool being able to stay in a zone rather than worrying about mobs turning grey etc.! Quite looking forward to being able to run so many different instances now - hopefully what I read about bosses staying alive longer so you can experience the boss-fight mechanics is true.
World of Warcraft involves a lot of strategy. Players must first choose the characters they will play. With 10 different categories to choose players from, this is hardly an easy decision. All players have specific strengths, capabilities and weaknesses, so which players you choose will depend on how you like to play. Some characters, like warriors, are best suited to playing an individual game, while a character like a priest is better suited to team play.
Not to mention there are whole forums dedicated to gold-making, just like there's vast amounts of information on quests & how to level quickly, tips from experienced players and more. It just feels terribly pointless to promote something like Zygor at this point, it might've been useful around tbc/wotlk but even WoW's innate questing ui has improved vastly and is super-easy to use.
So far i've done almost half in the past 2 weeks or so. I just want to know would it actually be beneficial to do the above tasks? Just all seems a bit too grindy, I feel like I've been wasting so much time doing old content that's not even needed any more... but I didn't mind doing them for the transmogs and such. I guess i'm just asking if this addon is really worth using and it's not suggesting unneeded filler.
There are times when you will be fighting things a couple of levels higher than your character. This is easy enough for some, but others might find that they need to be a bit more careful. If you let yourself get a couple of levels ahead of the guide then this ceases to be an issue. If you look through the configuration options you’ll see a place to set your difficulty rating.
Then I made my way inside the cave in Stillpine Hold to complete the last half of the quests: inspect the blood crystals, kill Chieftain Oomooroo, the 9 Crazed Wildkin, and The Kurken. Only it took me a while to get to the cave. I didn’t know the quest was inside the cave so I tried using the waypoint to find the location, but it directed me on the other side of the mountain. Which was quite far from the cave.
I took the Zygor Leveling Guide for a test-run on my alt account with a level 33 Warlock and a level 40 Paladin. The first thing I noticed was that the quests are selected for your class. I didn’t have to weed out any that would be too hard for the warlock to solo. The other nice thing is that you can skip forward on the quests. The Zygor add-on has this option that lets it analyze your level and it gets rid of the quests that aren’t worth doing and shows you only the ones that’ll actually help you level up. It was easy to get my Warlock another 15 levels in only a day of following Zygor guides. The Paladin leveling guide was even easier for me and I never had to do anything but let the guide show me where to go next.
As soon as you become a member, you will possess having access to several world-class experts with Zygor Guides that have the offers educates you on yourself in order to demarcate what you need and what you don’t want. If at all Zygor Guides don’t take you to definitely that level, Zygor Guides team will refund the complete amount. And on another hand, Zygor Guides will step you through exercises to acquire doing the newest option. Zygor Guides will aid you to show yourself, that can be done things that you thought impossible.
I got banned after one month of use. So I would not recommend Zygor guides. Instead, I have used the Ultimate WoW Guide to level 6 toons to 120 in just 4 weeks of played time! The Ultimate WoW Guide has made WoW fast, easy and way more enjoyable for me. I am making 3000 plus gold per month at auction with the gold guide. So why not give the Ultimate WoW Guide a try on a toon with their FREE leveling guide below?
hello everyone, the other day I started a new WoW account and I also bought the Horde level guide for $40. I have been playing the past 3 days and got to level 50 using the guide (it was very useful). But this morning I tried logging in and it said my account was closed due to "Exploitative Activity: In-Game Chat Policy Violation - Advertisement and Spamming".
The great thing about using a guide like this is you can use it as much or as little as you want. If you just want to have the WoW experience without getting totally into it, you can just go through all of the levels to see what all the fuss is about and why so many people play it so much. They say that takes about 4-5 days with their guides. This can get the time down from a year or more of consistent long-term play.
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The part you need to understand too, is that the Zygor addon doesn't use an App like TSM to update many times per day your auction value. When i bought the gold guide i remember that i didn't understand much either, the results were random and from items i can't make much gold with. It just scans the auction house based on their most recent value update which can be days and days ago.
Whereas Dugi has now changed to a subscription rate of only $6.99 per month, which gives you everything including all expansion updates. This is such a good deal, I bought some of Dugi’s guides before he offered this rate but have now switched over to it. If you are feeling ripped off by Zygor, invest $7 to give Dugi a try and I’m sure you will be very quickly converted. Plus you have the bonus of ending your subscription at any time, so if you stop playing wow you havn’t forked out hundreds of dollars on something you aren’t using.
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World of Warcraft is fun, and massively addicting, so unless you want to spend several hours running around blindly trying to get levels the ordinary way, you should get a guide to help show you exactly what to do – in the right order – so there’s no downtime to the experience. Some players consider it cheating, but with so many people doing it, it’s just become part of the game at this point. In fact, the Zygor Guides adhere to all of Blizzards terms and conditions so you don’t have to worry about getting banned.
I use Zygor and have for years. Probably since the end of BC, I do own all their guides, I will honestly say I even spoke to Blizzard to make sure it was legal and yes...it is. IN regards to it being a waste of money, it has not been a waste of money for me....and part of the reason why I have so many high levels and maxed professions, the mounts I have...etc. A lot of people will say it is not worth it partly because it is not something they would use. Personally, what I would reccomend you do is download their free trial, create a level 1 use that character to level to 20 WITH the guide, and then level a toon from 1-20 WITHOUT the guide and decide for yourself which is better and more efficient for you. I was able to test it out because my dad let me play wow on his computer to test the guide out first hand. It saves a lot of time for me having to alt tab out and makes my game play smoother. You can check out this video I made on Zygor that explains it just a little bit more if you like, but really the only question you have to ask is "Is this guide right for you?" Its not for everyone, but for me...If they got rid of zygor for some unknown reason I would have to find another guide just as good because my game play would be destroyed as Zygor has been a major part in my game play for so long. Hope I helped and hope my video helps.