The quick accumulation of experience points to level up in the fastest way possible is called power leveling and many people practice it in World of Warcraft. Power leveling in World of Warcraft can be used all the way to level 80. There are some things that everyone who attempts this strategy should know even before taking that first quest.
A good start is to accept as many simultaneous quests as possible. This is the core of the power leveling technique, which just means leveling up as quickly as can be managed. If one quest requires the defeat of one kind of monster, and another quest requires the defeat of another, time can be saved and more experience gathered by doing them both at once, killing monsters in groups instead of taking the quests one by one. Efficiency is a very important component when attempting to power level.
On that note, the more quests that can be followed, the better. Quests are the primary means of gaining experience points. There are several ways to get a large number of quests: find NPCs (Non-Player Characters) and get quests from them or ‘multi-zone’ by going to the starting points in other areas and getting their beginner quests. One can even get quests with other players or go on quests with other players. Quests from NPCs not only offer experience points, but gold and special items. If there happens to be a quest of a lower level that was somehow missed at the time, do not go back to get it. It is not worth the effort for the minimal experience gained. It is more important to keep moving forward. Power leveling in World of Warcraft means gaining the most experience in the least amount of time.
Another way to gain experience in World of Warcraft is to “grind a level.” Basically, this means performing monotonous tasks simply to gain experience points. This is best done after the character has advanced a number of levels; say to level 10 or so. Start by going back to the green colored monsters and killing them. If the greens can be killed easily without any real downtime, move up to the yellow quests and kill the yellow monsters. The important thing is to do this without much downtime between each quest and to minimize the time required for each quest or the time between quests. Too much downtime is counter-productive to power leveling.
When it comes to the question of going solo versus working in a group, there are quests, especially the ones dubbed “elite,” that will require a group. It is not possible to complete these alone. There are many, many other quests, however, that can easily be accomplished solo. A lot of the quests handed out by the NPCs can be performed alone, as can most of the green or yellow quests, in which the player must kill monsters of the same color. A yellow quest, for instance, will require the player to kill yellow monsters.
Power leveling is possible for both solo and group questers by level grinding and taking every possible quest. The key is to gather as many experience points as possible in as little time as possible – that is what makes a World of Warcraft power leveler.
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