Friday, June 15th, 2012 at 1:04 pm
Don’t know the best Druid leveling spec in World of Warcraft? Well I can tell you that it is not Restoration. In order to level fast in WoW you need consistency and damage. Restoration offers none of those. But don’t worry, in this Druid leveling guide I will show you the best leveling spec you should get for the Druid.
Some people like to level up using the Balance talent build. While it is fun and it does good damage, you lack any real AoE and you will have the mana issues that comes with any caster. Not only that, but you will also have to wait to cast spells and such. So the best Druid leveling spec is by far Feral. And here is how you should spec your Druid in Feral:
This build will ensure you have very good damage when in Cat form while also being able to tank very well in Bear form. Which is important as you can do dungeons as you level up to get better gear and extra experience.
One talent you don’t really need to train is Brutal Impact. You can skip training that and put the points in something else. But for the rest of the abilities that were trained, make sure you leave them as in the spec.
Using this Druid leveling spec you will be able to advance a lot faster even at low levels, as you will be able to move a lot faster on the ground. The ability to be either tank or DPS in a group will also come in very handy. I hope you will find this Druid leveling guide useful in your journeys.
Thursday, June 14th, 2012 at 11:57 am
Warlocks are really nice to play with. Use the right Warlock leveling spec and you will level up really fast. But you will see in any Warlock leveling guide that everyone has his own opinions in terms of the best leveling spec. This is because the Warlock is a damage dealing class and it deals damage on any talent tree. It’s true that you deal the most single target damage on Destruction, but you also have to take other things into consideration.
Once you reach the level cap, you can spec either Destruction or Affliction, depending on what you want to do. These specs will both give you massive DPS so you will be able to be efficient in groups. But when it comes to leveling, you need consistency. And the Warlock leveling spec that offers the most reliability is Demonology. So in this Warlock leveling guide I will show you the perfect talent build for the Warlock for leveling up:
As you may have guessed, this leveling spec is focused on pets. You send them to attack and then just deal damage to their target. Healing your pet will not be a problem thanks to the Fel Synergy talent. When trained to the maximum, you gain a 100% chance to heal your pet for 15% of the damage you deal. So there is no way your pet will die to any mobs, elite or otherwise.
Training in Demonology will give you access to the Felguard. This is a melee pet that can take a lot of damage and can also dish it out. Combine this pet with the talent I told you about and you have an invincible pet ready to kill anything.
What I like about this Warlock leveling spec is that it opens up a lot more opportunities, enabling you to take on even hard elite quests and finish them easily. That is why I shared this particular spec in this Warlock leveling guide. Log your Warlock on and start leveling up fast with this talent build.
Wednesday, June 13th, 2012 at 3:52 pm
In order to level quickly in World of Warcraft, you need the right Mage leveling spec. Since you will be doing quests a lot, you need to be able kill mobs easily and also keep yourself safe. To that purpose I will share with you in this Mage leveling guide, a very good leveling spec that I used.
What you need to keep in mind about the Mage in WoW is snare. You will need to keep the enemy slowed down so you avoid getting hit. If you were to get hit on every fight, even once, you would have to eat something to regenerate your health every few pulls. Fortunately, you have a whole talent tree dedicated to that. So here is the Mage leveling spec you should have to be safe and advance fast:
Frost is a very good choice, if not the best, for leveling because you have a lot of snare effect on your spells, you won’t have any mana problems and you will have a wide arrange of defensive abilities. Damage will also not be an issue as well as cast time for your main damaging spell, the Frostbolt. Which you will find in any Mage leveling guide that it is something true.
So to be able to advance quickly in the game as a Mage, make sure you don’t aggro more than one mobs, use the root spell when ever the enemy closes in on you and dish out damage without thinking about your mana levels. This Mage leveling spec will ensure that you get to the level cap fast. I hope you will find this Mage leveling guide as useful as it was for me.
Monday, June 11th, 2012 at 11:47 am
Having the right Shaman leveling spec can make the difference between taking one hour to finish a quest and 10 minutes to finish it. If you are looking for a Shaman leveling guide to go with that spec, you came to the right place. I will show you one of the best leveling specs for the Shaman in World of Warcraft.
Players argue about which talent tree is best for leveling solo, Enhancement or Elemental. I say that Enhancement is better simply because you rely on melee damage, which is reliable and more consistent. The problem with Elemental is that you will have problems with mana and you will waste a lot of time casting all sorts of spells. So with that in mind, I present to you the best Shaman leveling spec:
As you can see, this is more like a Hybrid spec that combines the best parts of both specs. You get the instant wolf form and movement speed bonus while still retaining very good magic damage in addition to the melee one. So you will be able to kill mobs very fast and not have to worry about mana.
Your totems also have some bonuses so you can rely on them to aid you when you need them the most. I personally find this particular Shaman leveling spec a very good one. I saw one or two Shaman leveling guides that had different specs than this. But if you want to be really fast while leveling, I suggest using this talent build.
Saturday, June 9th, 2012 at 11:40 am
Leveling a Death Knight is very easy and fast with the right spec. It’s true that you can level using any talent build, but only one Death Knight leveling spec is the best and fastest. In this post I will share with you that build along with a few pointers. So you can take this as a Death Knight leveling guide.
While most would say that Frost is a very good way to spec for leveling, I have to disagree. It is true that you deal really good single target damage, but you are also very weak. Since you start from level 55, you will level around zones where there will be a lot of enemies. So you need to AoE kill efficiently and also be more resilient. So the Death Knight leveling spec you will want is Blood. And here is exactly how it should look like:
You probably noticed that there is no Blood Parasite trained. To be fair, the healing received from them isn’t that great and they also die very easily if the mob you are on has AoE attacks. And since you have the Lichborne ability from Frost, you can heal yourself with Death Coil and the other healing abilities you have. So there will be no shortage of self healing in this Death Knight leveling spec.
I also wanted to cover the Enchants in this Death Knight leveling guide. As you know, the DK adds his own enchants on weapons. The one you should add for leveling is Rune Of The Fallen Crusader. This rune has a chance to heal you for 3% of your total health and increase your Strength by 15% for 15 seconds. So it’s the best rune to use when leveling up and tanking.
Use this Death Knight leveling spec and you will see how easy everything will be. Also use the Glyph of Bone Shield to hasten yourself while moving. Which will increase your leveling even further. I hope you found this Death Knight leveling guide useful.