Possible Duplicate: World of Warcraft Guides What's a clear guide one can follow that focuses on efficiently leveling up in WoW?
could tell the warrior guide on that site is missing. I am aware that there are questions on this site World of Warcraft Warrior Guide [duplicate] and What are some well-written guides for World of Warcraft? [closed] that refer to external sources of information, but so far I've not been able to find what I think I need. After a google search, I am found Fury Warrior DPS Rotation, Cooldowns...Background information I have a night elf warrior character on world of warcraft and I levelled it using the protection spec with fury as a second spec, I didn't use the fury spec much and so did
Possible Duplicate: Do I need to buy all the released updates to begin playing WoW? Which box do we have to buy in order to start playing in World of Warcraft? Do we need every expansion to start? or will the Cataclysm + Core game be enough?
Possible Duplicate: How can I quickly level up in World of Warcraft? My 11 year old sons highest character is 61. He really wants to play higher end stuff but doesn't have the time to grind up. Scroll of Resurrection can get an inactive player up to 80 which would be great, but he doesn't qualify. Are there any other promotions anyone knows about that can get him there faster? Thanks.
For comparison, I noticed in Blizzard's other game, World of Warcraft, you can explicitly specify in a configuration file (C:/Program Files/World of Warcraft/WTF/config.wtf) to use OpenGL (SET gxApi... choppy) making DirectX9 calls to Wine. However, since HoTS I'm stuck running at 0 fps when I try to play a mission (it's more like 1 frame per minute). I was able to get World of Warcraft to run smoothly... it wouldn't be too far a stretch to think Blizzard would give you the option to use OpenGL as it did with World of Warcraft. Oh I forgot to mention, I followed the following directions from AppDB, I
In World of Warcraft, you could view the friends of your RealID friends and send them a friend request. Where is that option in Diablo 3?
I'm stuck on one last trophy for Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet: Take that, Villain! Defeated an enemy with a parry. I've looked up a couple guides and they seem to say the same thing: This trophy will pop up during natural gaming. Block an enemy’s attack with [circle] and then hit [square] immediately after to execute a parry. Well, it certainly didn't come with natural gameplay and I haven't had any problems getting the rest of the trophies. But this one still eludes me. No matter what I try, I can't seem to get this to work. I hold [circle] to block
Possible Duplicate: How can I quickly level up in World of Warcraft? Assuming you start out at level 85 and have at least 2 to 3 friends to play with, what will be the fastest way to level to 90 in the Mists of Pandaria expansion? Is it a combination of questing and running dungeons? Does having a group of friends who play well make running dungeons with them the best choice? Or is it just killing mobs mindlessly?
I'm not new in the World of Warcraft World, but currently I'm trying a new class, a Druid (Level 79 as of yesterday). I'm leveling as a Tank, but I'm looking for a DPS off-spec. I don't like the idea of melee DPS since I have a Warrior and a Death Knight, so I was thinking about speccing as a Balance druid. With all the changes and the "Moon Circle" rotation, I have no clue on how to gear/spec it. I haven't found something useful by browsing forums, so any suggestions regarding the construction of a decent Level 85 Balance druid spec would be awesome. An extra note: Getting gear