Good morning, afternoon, and evening.
Today is Thursday.
We are approaching ever closer to the release of Dragonflight.
After yesterday's video about tips and tricks and the short guide of what you should do as soon as you get your dragon, rather than keeping your shitty dragon until you hit the max level, it is spend half an hour or so empowering your dragon to be a little bit better at flying around as you level.
Today, I'm going to give you a list of good resources and tips for leveling your dragonflight, as well as what to do in the first week of the max level experience.
This way, you will be well-prepared and have as much knowledge as possible before the expansion comes out.
General Dragonflight Guide
Recovery is a hot theme right now, and this guide from chiliway walks you through the basics of leveling up and mid-level help.
This guide is more focused on explaining the concepts rather than giving you a bunch of numbers and statistics.
If you're looking for a more in-depth guide that will tell you exactly what to do as you level up, including tips and tricks, you should check out the one on Dragonflight.
It includes explanations of the new features introduced in the expansion, like the Talent system, and also has a section on dragon riding.
This guide is better suited for returning players or those that are behind on the additions from dragonflight. It gives a more broad overview of what's new rather than getting into specifics.
Once you have a better understanding of the basics, you can move on to more in-depth guides that go into greater detail.
For example, a guide on how to craft high-level gear is not useful if you don't know what the bottle distance is or what Sparks of Innovation are.
Start with the basics and work your way up to the more advanced concepts.
Dragonflight Leveling Step by Step Guide
This guide will help you level up quickly - in around six to seven hours.
This is fast for players who are not used to level fast. The current fastest leveling Speed without any type of experience buff like without the wow anniversary buff without the Dark Moon Fair, it’s about four hours.
So getting in thesis to seven hour range is very good if you have never paid attention or bothered to level fast. This would be a pretty fast leveling guy and as I said rogury in this guy does a very good job at speaking in first person as if you are essentially thinking about it Out Loud by yourself as you read this guide.
Okay now I should go and kill these mobs and then I will go turn the quest in here and then I will mount on my dragon and fly to this Quest objective you know it will it will basically just tell you what to do step-by-step Quest by Quest.
So if you think you're lost in the leveling if you think you have looked at some leveling guys but they are far too General like oh yeah go into this Quest tab do the cool quests you know Skip the bad ones and move on.
This one will essentially just pilot your leveling experience trying to make it a little bit more a little bit more efficient without you having to have had some previous knowledge about how to level up in dragonflight.
HIGHLY in-depth Dragonflight Guide
The final, and largest, guide is Thesis Asmios's Guide for Dragonflight.
This guide is massive and contains a wealth of information.
However, it paid absolutely no attention to aesthetics and presentation; it looks like a mess.
It looks like a bunch of words vomited on the screen as you keep going tab by tab.
It gets more and more confusing and complicated right, but once you get past that, once you get past how clunky it looks, you start seeing a whole lot of information that you might find very useful for your leveling experience and your first few days resets of your midlevel experience in Dragonflight.
So the guide itself even starts before the expansion, because it starts with the-patch, the phase one of the pre-patch, and then it goes on to the second phase of the pre-patch.
It goes on to the release of the expansion, the global release times, but what is more important is going to be the leveling tips.
So, you have our list of leveling tips, as well as the current world records filled with XP boost, if you still want to check them out they are still there with the links and then the root planner.
This looks confusing and it is confusing but once you get the hang of how this works it can help you a lot in making decisions by yourself right if you don’t want to get piloted Point by Point like in the previous leveling guide then this one might be more for you.
The lines you see here in the yellow one two three and then one two three for the different zones are the main quests which you must complete to continue the quest lines those are basically a must but to the side right here the working Shores and then Ohio planes these are all the side objectives the side quests you can do or skip.
What makes this very handy and very cool to have quite close as you level is that they will tell you at which part of the main quest these will become available and at which location it will be.
In this case, step 1.12 is the first real emergency case and it unlocks Quest spots that will have different experience rewards.
This will be helpful in understanding how large or small a Quest spot is because, of course, a point like 1.12 is out of the Quest or a point like 2.3 or a point like 3.5 in the story have a whole lot of Quest but then you might have tiny little Quest up with just one Quest as a reward.
As a side reward, this will help you see which of the side Quest are available, which are not, which are big Quest hubs, and which are small Quest hubs.
This might also help you in your leveling.
Now besides the leveling of course, there are going to be way more things you can do at max levels aside from the information points.
Like for example, knowing about the leveling gear item level, the max level item level, and all the possible different brackets hits of this salad of item levels we are getting in in dragon flight, the different gear from the heroic dungeon, the entrances the different dungeons, as well as the Mythic plus dungeon gear and rewards.
Dragonflight Reputation & Professions Detailed Help
What starts getting quite interesting and important is going to be the Reps and the Renown.
This will be quite important for you if you ever want to interact with the profession system if you’re thinking about, for example, playing multiple characters and you’re thinking and you're choosing the different professions for your characters.
This part will be very important because in dragonflight, many of the more powerful or more rewarding more pricey type of recipes for your professions will be tied behind reputation behind different factions, and this is where this one will help you a lot because this song, for example, will show you which recipes of which profession are going to be tied behind which reputation faction.
This will give you a very good idea for example of which factions do you have to Target do you have to to level up with daily quests and World quests and whatnot to get up with a certain faction to unlock whatever recipe you want.
In this case, for example, you can see Google crafting all of the idols of dual crafting.
This is the trinket.
Then you trinket the new Jewel trinket are going to be gated behind dragon scale Expedition rep Andi kara tuskarr rep.
So they will require quite a good amount of grinding for the faction to get up to those rewards.
So of course if you want to be a jewel crafter you know those two are going to be the factions you have to go after.
But what happens if you were planning on being a dual crafter at the same time as being a blacksmith?
Because while a dual crafter will want to go with the dragon scale Expedition and the scarlet toskar, a blacksmith will want to go with the centaurs and with the valrakana concord.
So now suddenly you have four different factions you have to grind with a single character because you want to have all of the different recipes of all these different factions.
Choosing Professions for your Characters in Dragonflight
So you might come to terms to do something like this which can help you as well.
And this type of thing might help you choose the combo, the combo of professions you want to give to each of your characters based on which factions you will have to grind.
You know, maybe you will say, "Okay, there is no point in playing blacksmithing and Mining and leather working and skinning if I can just take one character with skinning and Mining and then the other character with blacksmithing and leather working."
If this way I can just grind one faction which gives me the rewards, the patterns and the recipes of blacksmithing and leather working with one character, if I kept leather working on one character with scanning and Blacksmithing on one character with mining, I would have had to grind the same faction twice on two different characters, because I am the barrier of bad news, even though these bad news have been a thing for a couple of months.
Now the profession and the renowned you gain with the profession is not account wide.
It is exclusively account wide for cosmetic stuff like pets, toys, titles, and whatnot.
Those are account wide.
Not the recipes.
Not the patterns for your professions.
Which means you will always have to grind certain factions with the character you want the recipes with.
So it’s going to be quite important for you if you were planning on playing multiple characters, for example, to try to mix and match your professions so you minimize the amount of factions you have to grind to get all of the better recipes for your profession.
And this is something you can find quite easily in this guide alongside plenty of other things.
More in-depth explanations about crafting.
About also things like knowledge points.
Where you can find all of the different knowledge points for your skilled professions.
Where they can come from.
You can also find things like open world Collectibles and treasures by different professions obtainable by the different professions that will be found in here, as well as more in-depth things about professions and about work orders.
For example, explanations and a description of how work orders are going to work, and how recrafting is going to work.
So this guide is definitely more in-depth than the previous two.
As I said, it’s going to be better to get into this guide if you already have the basics of dragon flight and you already know many of the things they are talking about.
For example, if you read a page called profession tool Crafters, it should be a good thing for you to already know that that's because in dragon flight professions are going to have three items you can Equip to buff your stats.
That's why you have a page called profession tool Crafters.
And the reason why it's here is because every single profession won't be able to craft every single tool for themselves, which means you will have to go out and ask other profession Crafters to craft your tools for your own profession.
This is Blizzard trying to encourage the player to use work orders.
For example, the more in-depth, technical type of guide is for the more Elite type of player with more information.
On the other hand, one is a little bit more General and laid back in terms of explaining what the expansion is going to be about.
The other one is a literal Hands-On your character to Pilot from level 60 to level 70 to give you a smooth leveling experience.
The three types of resources I wanted to give you are:
- Dragonflight Leveling Experience
- Max Level Planning for your Characters
These are definitely going to be quite helpful to quite a lot of players, so to anyone who didn't have any of these already in their bookmarks, you are welcome!
For today, this is the other bit of an infomercial for the dragonflight leveling experiences and max level planning of your characters.