If you have been using a WoW leveling guide to level up faster in World of Warcraft, you’re probably already aware of its usefulness. Of course, in case it wasn’t just a crappy, general guide. Anyway, what I want to say is that so far I’ve seen two major categories of World of Warcraft leveling guides. In-game guides, and PDF or Membership Guides.
So, which ones are the best?
I’m going to try to make that clear. So, here are the pros and cons for an in-game leveling guide and for a PDF or membership guide.
WoW Leveling In-Game Guide – Pros and Cons
- You won’t have to use ALT+TAB, being able to follow the leveling path which is displayed in game;
- They are easy to install;
- They are all easy to use, with player friendly interface;
- They use the in-game WoW maps;
- They have super optimized quest paths, allowing you to get a maximum XP rate at all time;
- They are step-by-step structured, and have automatic quest trackers;
- An in-game WoW leveling guide may interfere with the other addons that you have. Anyway, an elite leveling guide shouldn’t have this problem. For example, Zygor leveling guide never showed any glitches in conjunction with other addons;
- An in-game WoW leveling guide may not provide you with satisfying info about certain quests since each step tends to be short. Anyway, that’s not the case for the 3 guides I presented here, on the main page of this site;
WoW Leveling PDF Guide – Pros and Cons
- Since it’s PDF, you can always print it and have it on your desk;
- A PDF WoW leveling guide doesn’t require installation. You just have to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed;
- Either if it’s step-by-step structured or not, an elite PDF leveling guide should provide you with much more details when it comes to explaining a quest. Long before Zygor, Joana’s leveling guide was one of the best leveling tools for Horde players and it was a PDF guide;
- PDF guides usually offer direct links to sites like WoWWiki or WoWhead for extra details for any quest;
- To work with a PDF guide or any guide that it’s not in-game, you’ll have to use ALT+TAB all the time, which sucks;
- Most of the PDF leveling guides for WoW are just general, strategy guides, and will not provide you with a super leveling path;
- A PDF guide is harder to update, so you won’t get updates frequently. This way you may end up with an outdated leveling path;
An in-game guide is much more useful than a PDF one, because you have everything you need for fast leveling directly into your game interface. So, if you want to reach 85 A.S.A.P, choose an elite WoW leveling guide.