By the way, both the guide window and the waypoint arrow can be moved anywhere on screen, independently of each other.  I usually keep the arrow top center and the guide at the bottom right, but go ahead an put it anywhere it makes sense for you. You can even disappear the guide window anytime you like. No point in having it up while you’re raiding the other side’s towns, right? 😉
Our donation to Tekkub was only $500 and I admit it was far from enough, but the fact remains that it was a donation, something we didn’t have to give and our donation made up almost 50% of money that Tekkub received for the development of TourGuide as a public addon. We were ready to take it to the next level with licensing long before Zygor however Tekkub showed no interest.
I think this is a good guide for a lot of different types of players. If you’re trying to level an alt to get into a guild, it’s great. If you’re brand new, you’ll get the most use out of it since it starts at level one. If you want to solo but not grind, it’s definitely a must have. Everything I did to level I did through quests in the Zygor guides. If you love WoW and love leveling new alts but you hate grinding, get Zygor guides. For the price, it’s totally awesome and definitely pays for itself in convenience. 

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.
The waypoint directional system helps you to easily spot and reach a quest NPC or target. The step-by-step guidelines give you an idea of the materials you will at later stages. This minimises the time wasted while backtracking. Your quest progress and level will be updated automatically by the guide. This feature makes it easy to use any character. If you want to take a break or switch to battlegrounds or dungeons, you only need to re-tweak the guide to match your need at hand. Zygor Guides also come with flight path usage, turn in and quest accepting.
One of the very cool things about Zygor’s Guide is that it’s automated. Not only do you not have to manually switch from game to guide, you won’t even have to click to the next quest. Complete a quest and the guide will automatically update to the next quest. The guide does it for you (usually, sometimes you’ll have to click to the next quest on your own.) It really is like having someone giving advice over your shoulder. Here’s the next quest, here’s what you need to get…
Zygor is hoping the competition will lay down under the pressure and slowly disappear. Quit letting the corporate gorilla push you around and bite back! Show some teeth!! Never pay (admission) and do have your lawyer vigorously return fire. Slap a counter suit on them so fast their heads will spin! If they want to take the complaint to court, tell them Hell yes and bring it on!
As a new Orc on the block, I have trouble leveling efficiently. Recently, I read a review about Zygor Automated Leveling Guides. The add said these guides were useful to new players who frequently lose themselves in the questing game and fail to level effectively. The problem is the price. As a graduate student, my time and money come at a premium, and I really don't want to sink $60.00 into a leveling helper if it not all its cracked up to be. Has anyone used such a method successfully? I don't want to waste my time or that of others, but I figured posting this question was worth a shot and it would certainly be much easier on my bank account, especially if Zygor Guides is just trying to pull the proverbial wool over the eyes of new WoW gamers. Thanks for your comments in advance and Happy Holidays.

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.

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.
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.

I think I accidentally clicked a banner for Zygor and got to the website. I'm like, "Bleh, some BS guides", but then I noticed how nice the site is and started reading about the guides. I was like, "F-it, why not" and subscribed to Elite. Loaded everything up and got in game. I was surprised at how nice the addon interface is and how many options there are to control it.

The only thing I can see happening if this goes to court is Zygor being ordered to stop selling his addon in violation of Blizzard’s TOS. His demands are laughable, especially the lost sales. I don’t think he has a legal leg to stand on, since you had Tekkub’s permission. And I believe the only part of the addon that you actually sold, and wasn’t in the freely available trial version, was your own guide files.
From the information I have,  Zygor obtain the rights to tourguide in 18th  December  (incorrectly stated as November in the screen shot below) and intentionally not notify ultimatewowguide.com or anybody else.  So they can wait for 2 months to gain some sort of legal grounds for suing ultimatewowguide.com  and maybe others  for 2 months worth of loss of income (refer to screenshot below)
I wouldn't buy Zygor guides. As a player since path 1.10 (around 7 years now) Ive seen a hearty wow community flourish through each expansion. I am a huge fan of the add on, Carbonite quest. It provides a pumped up version of wow's internal quest database. Also, its recommended to research your servers economy for making gold. http://www.powerwordgold.net/ is a great site for tricks of making gold. Pair it up with http://www.theunderminejournal.com and you'll be on your way to making fast gold to provide for all them alts :P

Skip ahead to Cata. I purchased zygors guide the day Cata came out and logged in and it was NEAR perfect. Blizzard changed a couple things, and there was really nothing that could be done, you just skip a step or two and keep chugging along in the guide. Following zygors guide i hit 80-85 in ~24 hours played. Maybe not the best times out there, but for sure not the worse. Not to mention i got my cata lore achievement for following the guide to the T, instead of using SiS.
The only thing I can see happening if this goes to court is Zygor being ordered to stop selling his addon in violation of Blizzard’s TOS. His demands are laughable, especially the lost sales. I don’t think he has a legal leg to stand on, since you had Tekkub’s permission. And I believe the only part of the addon that you actually sold, and wasn’t in the freely available trial version, was your own guide files.

Was going to pickup a leveling guide. and going to take yours. was going with zygors but their prices is way 2 much for ally/horde ($60 usd) while u have a monthly subscription WHICH i was thinking of asking zygor if they had. after reading up comparison, urs seem the choice to pick. I tried their trial and using a guide seems awesome but they dont have good Multiboxing Feature (RAF) so Your Hard Leveling Guide would probably be awesome! You got yourself an customer. AT LEAST for minium of 1 month =)
https://www.scoop.it/t/zmskksi/p/4095600777/2018/03/16/gamecube-gameboy-adapter-instructions-not-included-cast, http://ghmrutd.bestoof.com/t90-Manual-de-pdvsa-cied-training.htm, http://telegra.ph/Why-movement-speed-on-ryze-guide-03-16, http://footbuddy.net/forum/topic/Cobra-microtalk-walkie-talkies-instruction-manual.htm, https://myaa.com/blogs/entry/Manuales-de-excel-2007-avanzado-pdf-merge.
I have tried it a few times. It's good if you're new to the game. Otherwise not so much. I found I leveled slower by using it, as it's suggesting to take the longest possible route usually. Basically following roads everytime, when you could take an easy shortcut. Especially if the shortcut involves a bit of fall damage, it's out of question. The "go here" spots don't also update if you take a shortcut, and then the waypoint arrow points to wrong direction. But perhaps it has been updated since then.
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.
I wouldn't recommend getting Zygor guides. Many people plus myself report that their WoW account got banned just weeks after using the Zygor leveling guide. I understand many people use Zygor with success, but there is likely a higher risk of ban than you think. Please check the comment section at the bottom of the page for many reviews from people who got banned by Blizzard. If you've been banned and just discovered this page please go ahead and share your experience in the comment section.

I recently decided the whole "make gold" thing is awesome...but I can't seem to wrap my head around what makes a good deal and what doesn't. After trying my hand at a few auctions I decided to do the zygor guides for leveling and rep and everything that's included (pretty cool so far...but if there's a free option I'd like to have that). Well they have a goldmaking guide. It updates data like TSM and tells you what is supposed to be the best deals to farm or whatever...well the best deal it was telling me was 8800 volatile fires. It was supposed to be an amazing deal but come on....8800 volatile fires?

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.
Always updated: Zygor‘s is completely updated for the 5.4.2 patch and will be for all subsequent patches and expansion, including Warlords of Draenor. You’ll be able to do the blast to level 90 (and later, 100) in very good time and get into all that good end game stuff. It does this with an easy to use updating widget so you will always be up to date.
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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