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.
Until this thing is over be sure to have everything proof read by your lawyer before posting it and possibly counter sueing, because you should’ve been given notice in writing by Tekkub prior to him selling it to Zygor and not way after (absolutely sounds like they planned this just so they could claim), and does this mean anyone using the free source code can be sued too? or anyone who has used it after the purchase by Zygor?
Both guides have a different look. Many players choose the Zygor guide because of the way it looks, with it’s modern, clean appearance. Zygor has improved it, so its easier to navigate. Dugi Guides interface blends into the game more, as it looks more like something you would find within World of Warcraft. It has icons down the right hand side for selecting your guides and is really easy to navigate.

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)


In summary zygor guides provides some the most detailed, and helpful guides on the market. Not to mention that their customer support and new content updates is unmatched. I have never seen a guide company to this day, output as much content, new guides, fixes, and support. I mean zygor provides, leveling both alliance and horde, dailies, rep grinding, farming paths for the nether drake eggs, and more.
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'm not going to endorse specific addons because there's dozens of addons for every game function and UI modification. Each has their own set of options and way of doing things, so everyone has their own favorite. curse.com and wowinterface.com organize the addons in their repositories by category. So you can easily pull up a list of all the questing addons, or all of the profession addons and take your pick from the list.
It showed what items were on the rise, which ones were stagnant, and which ones were going down. I don't know how accurate it is since I am not familiar with my realms AH yet. I put some things on the AH with the Zygor suggested price and sold about 5k worth of stuff (I had a ton of MoP gems/herbs sitting around). I did use TSM suggestions as well and for the most part they seemed pretty close. But I did do an AH scan with Zygor before posting.
A zygor guide is absolutely not a reliable investment, it's not going to be resaleable so you're never going to make your money back. As a purchase, at this point in the game if you need a leveling guide you shouldn't be playing the game. Leveling up is so fast, quests are easy to understand and chained, and the game puts a mark on your map for where to go for around 90% of quests. If you can't manage to follow in-game quests (possibly with a free add-on), what do you plan to do when you're done leveling? Raiding and PVPing don't just happen for you automatically.
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 =)

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.


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.
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.

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.

I use it for a lot of stuff. Works incredibly well when you're leveling your 30th alt and just watching Netflix - it has an arrow that you just follow that decides what quests to do and in what order, sells stuff to the vendor and repairs as soon as you click on it, automatically accepts quests and chooses quest rewards, can even have it set up to equip gear automatically if it's an upgrade.


Support all the way from me, your guide is the best guide for the price and your customer support has been great. I agree with many that this sounds like extortion to me and be sure to bring legal representatives if this does go to court. My father works in international patent law and after reading both sides, I do not believe their case will hold any weight in court. Either way be prepared for the worst and hope for the best. Zygor is what me and my friends in the workforce call a scumbag and it sure as hell sounds like scumbag scare tactics to me. I am going to do some research on my end and if I or my father can find anything I will be sure to let you know via email. If as I believe it is true and you are truly in the right, then Zygor is bitter that his business is poorly outfitted and run and simply wants to bring you down to their level. Do not send them your business stats without first consulting well respected legal representation as that is them simply trying to find obscure stats to twist and take out of context. Like I said scumbags. You have my full support and I can give my word in court if your lawyers could use a written testimony. They can contact me via email.

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.
In summary zygor guides provides some the most detailed, and helpful guides on the market. Not to mention that their customer support and new content updates is unmatched. I have never seen a guide company to this day, output as much content, new guides, fixes, and support. I mean zygor provides, leveling both alliance and horde, dailies, rep grinding, farming paths for the nether drake eggs, and more.
It’s easy to install the Zygor Guides, and they are an in-game guide, so you won’t have to keep averting your eyes to an offline guide, or switching windows so you can see what the next step is. Everything you need appears in the window right next to your character. You’ll need about a week to get all the way through, starting from level one and going through all 85 levels and then earning your Loremaster achievement.
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…

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.
However this statement is incorrect GitHub.com does have an option to set your repositories as private which is recommended by GitHub if you software proprietary. It is also clearly stated on GitHub and if you chose your repositories to be viewed by anyone (refer to screenshot below), you also declare that is an open source project (see section 1.) And the term forking is commonly known to the programming community here.
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 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.
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