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Grinding Lv35-60 Power Leveling

Intro

No matter how you slice it, grinding is the fastest way to level in WoW. Maybe not the most fun, but it is much faster than questing.

Now, I’d say the best time to start grinding wouldn’t be right off - You can get to 35 very easily questing, but after that, it’s more of a pain in the as.

There are various good places to grind, so there is some overlapping.

Unfortunately, this applies mostly to damage dealers of the melee variety. Mages and Warlocks may be able to use them, but I don’t have as much experience with them.

Warning: Alot of these areas are densely packed with mobs, so you are likely to get adds when you first begin clearing. However, the denser they are, that means the more spawns in the shortest distance - Exactly what you want when grinding.

Levels might be off by the order of 1 or 2, as your grinding ability might be different than that of the classes I have played. I apologize if they are, but I’m fairly sure these spots are mostly accurate.

Grinding areas will only support one person. Any more, and it will be alot slower for EXP. If someone is at the spot you planned on using, try somewhere else. I’ve tried to provide a good spread of places to try at different levels, but if you can’t find one, you might just have to try later

Preparing

If you’re a melee class, I cannot stress the fact that first aid and food are godsends, and will reduce your downtime greatly. Love them. They are VERY useful.

You might also want to spend some money on +stat potions that last for an hour, as well as +hp regen. You’re going to mostly be grinding on mobs that have good drops, so you’ll have more to spend.

Grinding / Power Leveling

Power Leveling 34-37

Venture Co. Meteorologists at Lake N. in Stranglethorn Vale
I love these guys. I mentioned them in the gold guide, and I really do love them. They have good drops, and they die fast. Hunters can sometimes even take two on at a time, as they like to stay at range and use their lightning bolt attack. Sic a pet on one, and take out the other yourself. They don’t always stay at range, however, so your milage may vary.

Grinding 36-38

The Naga on the islands in Desolace have low armor, and there are casters in the mix. Be wary of the wandering sea giants, though. One will walk across the island every now and then, and they’ll kill you if they sees you.

Power Leveling 37-39

The Murlocs by Grom’Gol in STV are excellent grinding. They have, as per usual, low defense, and take alot of damage. Some casters mixed in the fray as well.

Grinding 36-46

In the Badlands, there are ALOT of rock elementals. They range from about 37 to 42 or so, if I remember correctly. They’re sort of close to the Horde base, so Alliance might be weary of the area. They die fast, and they have some pretty good vendor drops. Higher level ones spawn by the Ogres camp, and have a chance of spwaning Rumbler, a named rock elemental. There’s also a few quests right by the lower ones, so some extra EXP is fun.

Power Leveling 40-43

The Scalding Whelps in the Badlands are fun to grind. They’re basicly casters, low def and HP, high damage. They also have a chance of dropping a a Tiny Black Whelpling, which can go for 20-50 gold on some servers in the AH, and are pretty cool pets regardless.

Grinding 40-46

The Wastewander humans in Tanaris are great grinding for a large level range. They start off at level 40 and 41, and ramp up to 44 or so, and then you can move to the pirates, which range from 44-45 (Or is it 46?). Chests spawns are all over the place too, so you can get some phat lewt. My gold guide has more in depth information on their location.

Power Leveling 42-45

The Naga in Stranglethorn Vale are pretty easy to kill, though there aren’t any caster mobs mixed in. I personally don’t like this one, but it is viable.