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Recently, Activision Blizzard announced a large drop in World of Warcraft subscriptions. There's been lots of speculation why, but no definitive answer. While it can't necessarily be proven what's exactly responsible, I think it's safe to say the answer is a lot simpler than most people make it out to be. The sky is not falling, and WoW is not going anywhere.
Mining is a great gathering profession to make gold with at the AH. No matter what level your character or mining skill, or how little gold you have, there's several ways you can profit from mining in WoW. Whether you want to grab your mining pick or head directly to the auction house, here are a few mining tips to get you started making lots of gold!
As with every World of Warcraft expansion, there's several new factions you'll be introduced to in your questing journey. Many of these new Mists of Pandaria factions grant you access to a tabard and mount upon reaching exalted status. Whether you're going for the mounts, the Beloved title, or are simply trying to become exalted out of sheer obsession, these tips will help you cap out your reputation as quickly as possible!
In World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria, making lots of gold with Enchanting remains incredibly lucrative. It's become a lot simpler to do, and the materials have become more flexible. Using these tips, I currently make several thousand gold per day on a high population server. Your mileage may vary, but all of these techniques can help increase your AH profits from the sale of enchanting scrolls.
Recently, WoW Insider posted a response to a reader submitted question: why are so many guilds dying in MoP? Many readers replied, blaming raid finder for taking away the "good old days" of raiding and "killing their guilds". This is a bunch of baloney, and I'm going to tell you why.
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Not sure where to level your WoW character? Here's a complete list of every leveling zone for questing in World of Warcraft, current to the latest Mists of Pandaria expansion: Kalimdor, the Eastern Kingdoms, Outland, Northrend, and Pandaria.
Halfhill crop farming in Mists of Pandaria has taken the addictive element of Farmville and incorporated it into a way to grow your own crafting materials. In addition to growing vegetables for farming, achieving higher reputation with the Tillers faction also allows you to plant special seeds that give you other crafting materials such as ore, herbs, cloth, enchanting dust and essence. Here are a few useful tips for making the most of your farm on Sunsong Ranch.
The "daily grind" of Mists of Pandaria feels like less of a grind than previous expansions. By varying the daily quests and providing a wide array of new types of content to choose from, Blizzard has done a great job keeping World of Warcraft fresh. Pet battles, scenarios, raid finder, and crop farming are welcome new additions to the game. MoP heroic dungeons are more forgiving than their Cataclysm counterparts, lessening the frustration of end-game gear progression. While I have no complaints at this time, there's still a lot of room for improvement. Here are 10 ideas which I think would help keep WoW interesting in MoP and future expansions.
Upon the launch of MoP, I did something I've never done before at the beginning of an expansion. When WotLK came out, I went straight to leveling my Paladin main character from 70 to 80, putting off leveling a Death Knight for awhile. During Cataclysm I started out leveling my rogue from 80 to 83 but quickly returned to my Paladin, reaching level 85 soon after. Much later on I tried leveling a worgen and goblin.
When MoP came out, I did something completely different. I immediately began leveling a monk. After reaching level 75, only then did I finally begin my journey into the Jade Forest on my Paladin. Experiencing both the new leveling game as well as the expansion content gave me a pretty good feel of what's been greatly improved about World of Warcraft in this expansion.