Far too often, guides are designed in such a way that guides can be interchangeable between the two
While on the surface, this doesn't sound like a bad thing. A player that has used the guide can recognize
a quest sequence and complete it quicker, there is one major drawback.
Because players will be further from home, they must go back further for training and supplies than they
may have had to if they were using a more faction centric guide.
Also, by following a more neutral path, a feeling of the faction is lost by sticking to the quests available to everyone.
Joana's Leveling Guide is one of the few that is tailored for a single faction, the Horde.
Built from the ground up for the aspiring Horde player, Joana's Leveling Guide focuses solely on giving
the best leveling experience possible to Horde players.
One of the major benefits to Joan's Leveling Guide
is its modular design. Instead of a single guide, it is
broken up into two, soon to be three pieces with the release of Cataclysm.
This can be used to get the guides only the guides you want and avoid the guides you don't want or
Are you an expert in Northrend but getting there is a challenge for you? Get the 1-70 guide and avoid
the 70-80 guide. When Cataclysm is released, don't expect your 1-70 guide to be worthless. Joana is
providing a free upgrade to the new guide to those who already own the 1-70 guide.
With Joana's guidance, you will be able to go from a worthless, lowly peon and turn into a true Hero of
the Horde in no time.
Joana takes the mystery out of leveling the more mysterious faction in World of Warcraft and makes it