World of Warcraft Strategy Guide
I have been a World of Warcraft player since 2005 and
because of that I consider myself a very experienced
and quite talented player. I know it can be hard to
find good WoW Strategy guides and sometimes its hard to find
what your looking for. So to help those of you looking for a
good WoW strategy guide, I have created this regularly updated
World of Warcraft strategy guide site.
Just in case your not all that experienced with the World of
Warcraft AkA WoW, I will give you a very quick overview of what
its all about.
World of Warcraft is the biggest MMORPG (Massively
Multi player Online Role-Playing Game) ever created. This
game was released on November 23, 2004, it takes place 4
years after Warcraft III left off, and is based inside the
world of Azeroth.
There are 10 playable character classes
that you can choose from, each class having its own unique set
of talents and abilities as well as its own strengths and
weaknesses. The class you choose will determine your main role
in the World of Warcraft so choose wisely. The 10 WoW
character classes are:
Death Knight (Wrath of The Lich
Classes can be built for DPS, tanking, support, or a
combination of the 3. Some classes are more useful then others.
The Priest for example is one of the most sought after classes
when it comes to groups and that's because the priest can keep
the rest of the group alive with healing powers. Now if that
Priest is alone then he is as good as dead.
As part of commonly used World Of Warcraft
strategy it is recommended that you choose a profession that
fits your chosen class. You are allowed to choose two
professions and those professions can earn you money as well as
save you some of your own.
Professions are separated into two categories:
1. Primary Professions:
Gathering: Skinning, Mining, and Herbalism
Crafting: Blacksmithing, Tailoring, Leatherworking,
Alchemy, Enchanting, Engineering, Jewelcrafting, and
2. Secondary Professions - Cooking, Fishing and First Aid.
Rogue class also has two unique professions of its own which
are Lock Picking and Poisons.
It is recommended that you choose a profession that fits
your class. For example a Hunter might find leatherworking and
skinning to be an effective combination. A Warrior on the other
hand might prefer mining and blacksmithing. Blacksmithing would
be pointless for a Hunter since they can only wear leather.
That was just a quick overview to the left you will find
more detailed World of Warcraft
strategy guides on each of the World of Warcraft
character classes and professions as well as other
guides for leveling, getting gold, etc.
If you can would like a specific World of
Warcraft strategy guide that's not already on this
site then feel free to send your request to Jack @
WoWMastering.com and tell me what you would like me to add.
If you want
far more detailed and comprehensive guides
that cover every aspect of the World of
Warcraft then you should check out The Ultimate World of
This guide includes an Alliance
and Horde in game leveling guide, gold guide,
profession guide, class guide, beginners guide,
and much more. Click Here to get it all