Leveling up, you eighter love it or you hate it. Leveling is a core game mechanic of MMORPG’s such as the mega-popular World of Warcraft by Blizzard. Six expansions later and you eighter love the game or you’ve transitioned to some other game.
But in the World of Warcraft community, some people still love the vanilla version of the game. In WoW Vanilla, the max level character is level 60, as opposed to level 120 in Battle for Azeroth.
This naturally means that leveling should be faster in WoW Vanilla. But if your main objective is to get max level as soon as possible, then we have a few tips that will speedrun you to level 60 in no time.
The core mechanic of leveling is questing and grinding mobs. But what if we tell you that you can do both at the same time. While questing, you will be sent to various locations to do certain tasks. While going to these locations, kill mobs on the way so that you can kill two birds with one stone.
This way you will gain experience from the mobs, and the quest itself. This makes leveling up much easier, and much faster. But the sole reason as to why you need to do this is due to the fact that WoW Vanilla has very few quests that will take you to level 60.
A quick side note; an easy way to get to level 60 is to use WoW Classic boosting services. These services are for WoW Vanilla players and you can find them here.
2Teleport to Graveyard
Time is of the essence in WoW, and the faster you complete quests, the faster you level up. But some quests require you to go from one point on the map to another.
Imagine having to walk, or even fly, if we take into consideration how huge the map is. So a faster way to fast travel is to… simply die. One way to do this is to eighter die from mobs, which usually takes some time, or if we use the built-in Help Request feature.
Select this feature, navigate towards the Teleport to Graveyard button, and it will take 12 seconds to teleport you. If your hearthstone is off cooldown, then the game will use it instead of the feature. So make sure your hearthstone is on cooldown first.
3AutoRun All the Time
Wow, quests can often time be repetitive. The quest will send you from point A to point B, then do a task, then go back to point A.
One way to do all the necessary stuff that will gain you experience is to autorun all the time. Auto running allows you to go from point A to point B without being interrupted, all the while killing mobs as you pass them.
Yet another automatic feature that WoW has as a core mechanic is the auto-loot feature. Using this feature significantly saves you time by having to click on the specific loot, as oppose to instantly picking it up as you approach it.
With this feature, you automatically loot corpses as you pass them; however, you do have to enable this feature by navigating towards Interface Options, and putting a check to “Auto Loot Corpses.”