Another thing that disappointed me was how Zygor artificially separated their Pet & Mount, Titles Reputations & Macros from the Achievement & Profession guide to inflate their prices. This angered a lot of their existing customers like myself. Those guides should have been included with the Achievement guide because things like Pets, Mounts, Titles and Reputation involve completing a lot of achievements.
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.
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http://telegra.ph/Fx-7700-ge-manuals-03-16, http://iarabic.com/m/feedback/view/Acctim-74057-instructions-for-1040ez, http://ghmrutd.bestoof.com/t143-New-adventures-of-gilligan-episode-guide.htm, http://footbuddy.net/forum/topic/Manual-standard-horizon-hx270s-vhf.htm, http://mentorshiponline.com/m/feedback/view/Manualidades-con-lana-paso-a-paso-visa.
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/.
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.
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.
I first purchased Zygor about 6 years ago from this day. Back then there was no monthly membership so each guide had to be purchased life time up front. I was a bit cautious to spend that much money on an in-game add-on when there were similar ones that were available for free. Soon after I realized Zygor was one of the "you get what you pay for" examples where the quality of guide was so far superior to the free alternatives I actually ended up buying even more guides than I originally intended. Over the years Zygor has improved in the quality of there guides, as well as now offers guides far beyond just simple questing. I think in the past 6 years I have only reported 1 or 2 bugs to the forums and each time I got an almost immediate response from the Zygor admin account to help me with the issue. I have been playing WoW on and off since the release of Cataclysm and have leveled numerous characters multiple times and without a doubt do I believe Zygor is the only reason I have leveled 80% of the characters I have. The fact that you can now get every single guide for such a small monthly payment is a no-brainer and was the rite path to go down for Zygor. Hopefully the company continues to grow and offer quality guides as it does now.
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
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.
The GUI in the Zygor WOW Leveling Guide is very easy to use. It includes a resizable window that provides everything you’ll need to complete the various leveling tasks down to the slightest detail. All of the guidance is in-game, so you’ll never have to scroll to a PDF or videos to get through a task—it’s all in the dedicated guide window. The guide will always choose the fastest path available to level as quickly as possible.
http://12tribesacademy.com/m/feedback/view/Identity-inspector-accessibility-guidelines, https://www.scoop.it/t/idrhftn/p/4095493645/2018/03/14/tohatsu-repair-manual, https://www.scoop.it/t/jlkttla/p/4095490051/2018/03/14/tesoros-ocultos-ni-no-kuni-guide, http://www.ddfra.it/social/m/feedback/view/Web-promotion-guide-videohive-sports, https://www.scoop.it/t/rnbdtlc/p/4095496049/2018/03/14/a06b-6120-h030-manual-woodworkers.
This is definitely 10/10. It was really easy to setup. Zygor guides detects where you have WoW installed and automatically unzips to the right folders and everything. You can launch WoW directly after it’s installed and everything runs right off. Once you have the guide up and running, it’s totally simple to follow and takes you step-by-step from one quest to the next.
The leveling path was built around using a Hunter character and run by a player who knows how to use that character well. For the average player running, for example, a Paladin, the guides could be frustrating in spots, due to the level of the mobs. I played through Joana’s Guide with a Rogue (all the way from 1-70) and was able to deal with most everything, except for a few elites and I skipped most all of the group quests.