Disclaimer: Part 1: If you buy the guide through the links on this page I do get a cut. Part 2: With the guide I have leveled one Rogue from 70 to 90, another from 1-90 (yeah, two 90 Rogues,) a DK from 55-90, a mage from 1-90, and various others.  Family members have leveled an assortment of other characters, some with little gear, others with full heirlooms and Recruit a Friend (3x XP.) So I confess, I like this guide. We all do.
Zygor Guides delivers on all of its promises. We did a comparison between other guides currently being sold that make similar claims and we found that Zygor has the better system, every time. The level of technical support factored into the decision to give them our Thumbs Up, but it was mostly the accuracy of their guide that won us over. Timing is key in WoW, as you’ve probably found out or will soon find out if you play long enough, and the Zygor Guides recognize that tasks need to be completed in a specific order or you won’t be powerful enough to get them done.

So far it seems like the guides direct you to the easiest/best way to get stuff done. The waypoints they use are better than some other places because it tells you how to get to a certain place rather than saying "Go to X place" it says "Go out of the building and down the path" then once you do those things it says "Go kill X mob Y mob and Z mob until you have A items". It has given some pointers too for an area it was like "If you kill a lava thing it gives you a buff so you can walk on the lava" so it tells you to kill some lava things (JC quest in WoD)

2. We also note that Tekkub had published the source code of TourGuide on http://www.github.com. One of the terms and conditions of opening an account with GitHub.com is that by setting the user’s repositories to be viewed publicly, the user agrees to allow others to use that user’s repositories to take a copy of source codes from software programs and develop it independently of that software (‘forking’). A copy of the terms and conditions for GitHub.com can be found at http://help.github.com/terms/.
I only ran into one problem when I was using Zygor guides, and that’s the flight path recognition. Zygor guides doesn’t’ always know when you have a flight path or not, so sometimes it’ll suggest one that you already have. You can always skip anything that you’ve got already, but if it doesn’t recognize a lot of flight paths it can be a little annoying.

Yeah, between the forums, sites like wowhead and wowpedia, and regular questing addons, there's plenty of accurate information available, especially when problems pop up. Guides like that are generally published before a game or expansion is released too, which is fine for static games like those for consoles, but not so great for the ones like WoW that are updated and hotfixed on a regular basis. Even the WoW game manuals are obsolete by the end of the expansion.
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.

If you're in a big hurry to hit the end do these two things, run each dungeon at least once and complete the quests inside them, dungeons give HUGE amounts of experience for their quests last I knew and que for a battleground every so often. While it's not the fastest leveling, it mixes things up a bit and gives you a break from the grind, and if you're not crazy into the story it's a huge grind.


Now if there was a quest chain that I found to be a lot of work, it was The Prophecy of Akida. In those series of quests, I had to learn the language of the Stillpine furbolgs to help them reclaim Stillpine Hold. To complete the quest, I had to find four totems (Totem of Coo, Totem of Tikti, Totem of Yor and Totem of Vark) located in different parts of Azuremyst Isle. Along the way I encountered a lot of aggressive NPC’s. At one point, I was even simultaneously attacked by at least three of them. Needless to say, it was the second time I died in the game.

Instead of zygor for leveling, you can use a lookup-website like wowhead.com for individual quests, complete with tips from other players in the comments section. You can also look up each zone on wowhead or gamepedia.com and get a list of quests in the zone. Gamepedia's quest lists for each zone will be in order. You can also use any of the questing addons on curse.com.
Many of us accept Zygor Guides fulfill our responsibilities. So we pursue that Zygor Guides regardless of whether we do not that adheres to that. That may be you’re not doing Zygor Guides but you are troubled with it and hold tight it suppressing your passion. Don’t you wish to come out of it? Yes, you’re always thinking about Zygor Guides but you will not are aware of the how than it. But they know it with a course absolutely help appear and does one actually wish. This all may be to be an impossible proposition.
The above is just to give you an idea; you can customize the window to look almost any way you want it to, including single or multiple steps; size, color, location and transparency; and make it hidden when in combat. Zygor’s auto-installer can install the addon and keep it up to date automatically, so it’s easy to set up and get going, even if you’ve never installed an addon before.
Difference was... Whoknowsit, wasn't doing that. It was the other way around there. He has a legit ZG account that he originally paid for and then a group of donators here chipped in and helped upgrade for MoP. His account, against his and the donators' wishes, fed the torrents recently which was proven. The donations he asked for was to help pay for hosting that he was paying for to host the site/project he was making for this community to share ZG and more in partnership with others, so he didn't have to worry about mediafire or other filesharing sites taking down the files.
http://tkhrise.xooit.be/t103-Crystal-defenders-psp-guide.htm, https://www.scoop.it/t/gjmgadq/p/4095605945/2018/03/16/manual-ford-fiesta-first-2005-silverado, http://tkhrise.xooit.be/t163-Nox-domain-miscrits-location-guide.htm, http://iarabic.com/m/feedback/view/Add-network-printer-windows-7-manually-point, http://tkhrise.xooit.be/t196-Cursive-letter-v-instructions.htm.
From the above review, a lot has been said about the Zygor Guide. Many gamers are impressed by its simplicity, versatility, user-friendliness, and automated approach. On the other hand, some players find the guide more suited for advanced players. Also, it does not cover dungeons and battlegrounds. In summary, although the guide is not perfect, its pros greatly outweigh the cons. Majority of the users have given a “thumb up” to the guide. This should probably clear any doubt concerning its effectiveness. However, you can always first test the trial guide. All-in-all, Zygor Guides will certainly make leveling easy and more convenient.
Starting off at some mid level? Come into the guide from any level, scroll through, find and click the level you want to start with, and the guide will take it from there. Zygor suggests starting the guide a level or two before your level. This is to allow you to work you way into the local quest chains. Just skip the chains for quests you didn’t pick up along the way, or the quests that you already did.
Ya, my friend has been keeping me up to date on the devious gnome’s (Zygor’s) actions. and he just released a “NEW” dailies and events guide and also a “NEW” gold making guide too. You should counter-sue because he is stealing your guides/ideas. In my own logic you are in the right and the gnome is a little bugger that needs to just shut up. And my friend that was using zygo’s guides has switched over. He says yours are FAR better in comparison. And I also think yours are the best.
2. We also note that Tekkub had published the source code of TourGuide on http://www.github.com. One of the terms and conditions of opening an account with GitHub.com is that by setting the user’s repositories to be viewed publicly, the user agrees to allow others to use that user’s repositories to take a copy of source codes from software programs and develop it independently of that software (‘forking’). A copy of the terms and conditions for GitHub.com can be found at http://help.github.com/terms/.
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