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If you've played World of Warcraft for any length of time then you'll most probably have explored a
number of different methods for leveling your character fast. There's no shortage of leveling guides
available for WoW, however the majority of these guides focus on a combination of completing quests
efficiently and mob grinding to level up quickly.Unfortunately questing and grinding is no longer the best
tactic for leveling a character fast. Since the release of the Wrath of the Lich King expansion, Blizzard
incorporated the dungeon finder tool which makes dungeon leveling a whole lot easier and is available
to all players once they cap level 15.Not only have dungeons become an important part of power
leveling but they also offer some pretty sweet rewards and are great fun to play.
The dungeon finder then sends you to your dungeon automatically without you having to venture into
enemy territory just to locate and reach the dungeon. What this basically means is the Alliance
characters are now experiencing some of the Horde dungeons, while Horde players are also
experiencing Alliance dungeons. Visit here It is now also a lot easier for players of both Alliance and
Horde to complete dungeon quests that are located on the opposite factions territory.
Another huge benefit of the dungeon finder tool was that fact that all players could now access the
lower level dungeons. It was difficult before to locate lower level players to group with is as most
players on that server would have already achieved level 80 status. However since the rollout of the
dungeon finder tool in patch 3.3 all that has now changed.
Dungeon Leveling - Dungeon Quests & Bosses
Dungeon quests are also a crucial component in a good dungeon leveling strategy. To encourage players
of all levels (15+) to enter and play dungeons, Blizzard increased the amount of XP rewarded as well as
added better rewards for completing dungeons. Dungeon quests can reward a player with twice as
much as experience as an ordinary solo quest and of course the rewards are that much sweeter too.
There are also some nice gear upgrades to be acquired in dungeons by simply killing the bosses. Each
dungeon will have its own boss and once defeated they will drop gear that is nicely suited for your class
and level. Rewards gained like this cannot be gained from solo questing and will require that the player
enters the dungeons in order to retrieve them.
Not only that but killing dungeon bosses is a great deal of fun. It sets a new challenge which is slightly
different to that of solo questing, instead of just doing tedious grinding to power level your way through
the game, you instead get to participate in new challenges and have unique opportunities that will be
much more rewarding for both leveling and gear.