Burning Crusade Classic sounds the continuity of a long and trying leveling requiring patience and rigor. To make your task a little easier, we offer you a complete and detailed guide allowing you to reach level 70, but also to complete your accesses and avoid the crowds!
BC Classic: Leveling guide, how to level up quickly?
In order to soften the long and hard period that is leveling in Burning Crusade Classic, but also in order to allow you to reach level 70 as quickly and efficiently as possible, we offer you our complete guide dedicated to it.
This guide is only intended to provide you with a version that is as fast as it is effective. It allows you to level up quickly while unlocking your various accesses to dungeons and raids, but also to the Heroic Mode of the dungeons and even to improving your reputations as soon as possible.
The principle is simple: perform as many dungeons as possible during leveling up and complete the quests in each zone at the maximum level in order to generate as much gold as possible thanks to them since the experience granted by the quests is converted into coins or additional TBC Classic Gold at maximum level.
Level 60 to 62: Ramparts and Blood Furnace
Directly after crossing the Dark Portal, your objective will be to complete the first few quests that allow you to reach the Bastion of Honor (Alliance) or Thrallmar (Horde) thanks to the flight master located on the Stair of Doom at the Hellfire Peninsula. From there, your goal is simple: Immediately reach the entrance to Hellfire Ramparts, the first instance available in Burning Crusade Classic. It is accessible from level 58.
Level 62 to 64: Lower bog
The second stop on your journey is at Zangarmarsh, at the infamous Fangslide Reservoir. If all goes well, you should be able to get there from level 62 and already have a reputation of Honored with the Hold of Honor (Alliance) or Thrallmar (Horde). Your destination is more precisely in Basse-Tourbière, the instance in the eastern section of the reservoir.
Don’t linger in Sporeggar or the Cenarion Refuge to pick up any quests, they don’t add much value outside of the experience. Just finish the looping instance one more time by killing absolutely all the creatures there, since they not only grant you experience but also and above all reputation with the Cenarion Expedition, a new reputation that you will need at max level.
Level 64 to 65: Tombs-Mana
From level 64, change once more your farm location and go to Auchindoun, in Terokkar Forest. There, you will seek to reach the entrance to Tombs-Mana, the instance located to the north of the complex. Again, if all went well then you should have achieved Honored reputation with the Cenarion Expedition by the end of the previous section. A quest, Break the Prizes, is available at the entrance to the instance. Accept it since it only requires killing the last Tombs-Mana boss, and start your continuous farming of this new instance since it earns you reputation with the Consortium, another rather important reputation at maximum level.
Level 65 to 66
Theoretically, once you reach level 65 you should be Honored with the Consortium. This is the opportunity for you to change your instance, but not your zone! Exit Mana-Tombs and reach the Auchindoun complex, in Terokkar Forest, and enter the western section of it: these are the Auchenai Crypts!
Level 66 to 68
At level 66, you should be Honored with the Lower Town. You must then head to Tanaris, and more specifically to the east of the area in a sub-area called the Caves of Time. At the entrance is an NPC, the Time Steward, who offers you a quest titled In the Master’s Lair. A small sequel begins then, take the time to do it is extremely simple and eventually allows you to unlock the quests for the Hillsbrad Foothills of yesteryear, ultimately leading to obtaining your access to the Black Marsh.
When you finally get the Old Hillsbrad quest, go to Old Hillsbrad Foothills and loop the instance until you reach level 68 and Honored reputation level with the Timekeepers.
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That’s it, you have reached the maximum level and we congratulate you! Yet, this is only the start of your adventure as the real fun begins now. Your first objective is to gain access to the Flying Mount, a skill obtainable from Ilsa Fulminebière in Wildhammer Bastion for Alliance players or from Olrokk in Shadowmoon Village for players of the Wildhammer. The prices are as follows:
– 800 gold for the Expert Rider skill
– 100 gold for each Rare quality Griffin or Wyvern (60% ground speed and air speed)
– 5,000 gold for the Artisan Cavalier skill
– 200 gold for each gryphon or wyvern of Epic quality (100% ground speed and 280% flight)
Once this crucial step is completed, all you have to do is complete ALL of the quests in each area of Outland for the simple purpose of gaining reputation with each faction. To make your steps easier, you can buy WOW Classic TBC Gold. You’ll be able to increase your skills and levels easier.
We hope this guide was helpful!