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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Zygor guides interface has two different options. One has a lot of designs and animations and the other is simple and straightforward. Both of them are really clean and they blend in well with the WoW interface and aren’t too distracting. I like the display option that doesn’t show all the animations and stuff, so I set it to that and everything still worked great. I kind of wish the simple interface was the default option, but switching is no big deal – 9.5/10 here.
Dugi and Zygor both had their guides updated before Mist of Pandaria was released and both guides are kept updated with all the patches and changes to the game. Dugi is way faster with updates and has a lot more. Zygor seems to hold out and then do a big update. With new content such as guides etc, Dugi is definitely leading the way with Zygor usually many months behind. Zygor now offers the same number of guides as Dugi but it took them a long time to catch up.
I’ll never buy anything from Zygor or anyone that I know does business with him. This is exactly the type of underhanded business tactics that has driven the US and other free countries to their knees in the worst economic mess since the Great Depression of the 1930’s. In a word, greed. Well, I’ll personally tell anyone I know on WoW about this. Word of mouth is a powerful advertisement.
Dear Dugi. Please do not let this misguided jerk (Zygor) deprive me of your wonderful guide. Zygor is not only attacking you, but he is attacking me and all those who have a right to choose freely. I have Zygor’s guide and it sucks. I would have replaced it with yours long ago but I have no credit cards and therefore no means of paying for it. I obtained Zygor’s guide from ebay using Paypal. I have seen your guide in action on other computers, and as soon as I can negotiate the use of somebody’s card I will purchase it. I just cant understand why this immature dope doesn.t spend his time and money on improving his own guide. I guess its because he doesn.t have the talent.
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.

Hey, I don’t know if this is a little late. But I’m with you all the way, I haven’t actually used any of your guides. But from what I’ve heard, yours is definitely better. I’ve tried Zygors, just got the Joana’s one and copied and put an automatic feature in it… I’ll be with you all the way. Zygor just saw your guide and decided to get rights from Tekkub and then get you out of it to remove the competition.
Ok, lots of features here. There’s an interface that automatically detects your class for you, and puts all the info you need right there. No looking anything up in an ebook or on the web. There’s an awesome option that lets Zygor guides pick your talent points for you automatically. That means no looking through forums trying to find the right build. And if you decide to go with something else, you don’t have to let Zygor guides pick for you. There’s also a pretty cool directional arrow that’ll show you how to get to where you need to go for your quests if you don’t already know the way. Basically this gives you everything you need to level your character up in game without having to resort to online wikis, forums or other stuff that’ll take you out of the game. This is a 10/10 for me.
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.
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.
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. Heck, try it naked. 😉
Zygor's Instructions is quite valuable, allow me to present to you why. While you're participating in and still have the actual manual activated you'll have a waypointer or maybe arrow pointing an individual inside path that you have to get and yes it even contains the distance such as a navigation does-without your troublesome presentation. Zygor's Guidebook will highlight precisely in a very step-by-step method exactly what you need or even shouldn't accomplish, eliminate or maybe certainly not, where it is best to move as well as should not get, perhaps which often search to provide some sort of pass up. Your information causes it to become most really easy as well as easy that you follow. This guideline is made up of extremely detailed appropriate facts about precisely what your are performing as well as tasks involved, with several techniques cast within. Just about any course or perhaps battle will certainly reap the benefits of Zygor's Manual and you can blast through levels 1-80 within seven days.

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've been seeing on Facebook a link to a site called Zygor Guides. Apparently they are an in game guide for everything from leveling to Lore to professions. You name it, they've got a guide for it. My question is this, are they "legal"? Or rather, are they allowed to be used? Was thinking of buying one, but wanted to find out first. I didn't want my account suspended or anything for using one. Below is a link to their site.

Zygor guides interface has two different options. One has a lot of designs and animations and the other is simple and straightforward. Both of them are really clean and they blend in well with the WoW interface and aren’t too distracting. I like the display option that doesn’t show all the animations and stuff, so I set it to that and everything still worked great. I kind of wish the simple interface was the default option, but switching is no big deal – 9.5/10 here.
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)
3. On 3 April 2009 Tekkub was upset regarding the “forking” of TourGuide, I took action with removal of the public link and clearly stated I was still distributing it in my members area. I offered a solution such as licensing, and modification of TourGuide, these options were a possibility and I was under the understanding that these options were being considered.

There are MANY addons available on Curse for free that serve the same purpose. You may need to get a profession addon (like Archy for archaeology) and a questing addon, and a mount addon, but you can get all of those things without having to pay. A majority of people level without paying for guides and the zones, especially the new ones, are so easy to go from one hub to another. Take a look around Curse, find some that look interesting, save money. I managed to get 10 level 90s before the expansion and the last one is 87.
Less QQ more PEW PEW! You were the first guide ever I bought back in ’07 when there was no ingame leveling just pages upon pages of looking between web browser and wow which got me to 70 fast, therefore I didn’t need to look anywhere else for leveling guides. Keep your **** straight and keep updating the guide man; you’re doing a lot of people a favor by saving time, money, and the hassles of this game. If you get sued and your site closes down…I’ll have to quit wow because I’m not looking for any other guides to waste my time on or more of my life, wow takes that up as it is. In the word’s of Rob Schneider, “You can do it!”
I really want to start playing world of warcraft but I’ve been putting it off for many years now because I hear the game is massive. I only have about 1 to 2 hours a day to play the game and I don’t want to start a game that may need 500 hours to finish or to reach a desired level. I hear that these guides can give you the high level in a much shorter time and that might be the best solution for people like me.
I believe that if, at any time, Tekkub intimated in any way that you could use his code, whether it was thru formal contract or an informal ‘hey if you want’ email, … from that point on, unless he formally requires you to stop using it, that you are free to continue to do so. At such time as Zygor gained ownership of said code, it would be his responsibility to use a discover process, similar to when you search for liens on a home prior to buying it, to make sure no one had been given prior permission to use it. Tekkor should have made Zygor aware of anyone commercially using his code, and Zygor should have made a formal request of you Dugi, to stop using the code, long before he took legal action against you. Lawyers put their pants on one leg at a time like anyone, and there is a reason everyone tells lawyer jokes. So just because he is using an attorney doesn’t mean he is within his rights. That IS a joke! And, he can’t specify an amount to pay, or ‘he’ll take you to court’. He probably screwed himself right there. And he certainly can’t prevent you from creating addons for a game he doesn’t own. Take a deep breath and relax. Just tell him you’ll ‘see him in court’. It will go your way. I guarantee it.
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)
Regardless, I'm not promoting torrenting with that and especially not Zygor as the "add-on" itself is lacking in any real usefulness, it feels similar to those "Gold guides" that promotes themselves as giving some kind of "secret" information when there really isn't any, it's just a compilation of things that sound good the first time you read it but in the end you still need to put in the effort & by then you could've just skipped purchasing the "guide" & spent your time reading up on something like Tradeskillmaster.
I have no clue why anyone would even feel the need to look for a guide to do it faster than regular. It goes really fast as it is. And I don't think any guide will really affect your leveling speed much, it is all up to you: how often you go pee, how long it takes you to kill mobs, how much you chat or get distracted by other things, how much time a day you spend leveling, how often you get ganked or die from other things, how good the group is in the dungeon. It's not like looking at a guide will affect any of that. Don't be stupid and fall for some clever guy's marketing trick that "if you use my guide your wow-character will be maxlevel 50% faster than if you level without the guide", it's obviously just bs.
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