WoW: Shadowlands is just around the corner and will be released (hopefully it stays that way) on November 24, 2020 at 00:00 on the European WoW servers. Some of you will certainly use the moment of release to immediately plunge into the adventure. Because since all heroes, whether Horde or Alliance, will start in Bastion, some hardened WoW veterans fear that it could get crowded in the Elysian state of the Kyrians.

But no matter if you go full throttle from 00:00 on the 24th of November or start your journey to the new maximum level 60 a few days later, you probably want to get through this phase of the game as smoothly, fun and pleasantly as possible


After all, this part of the game only comes around every two years on average in WoW (buy now €14.99 ), so you've got to enjoy it! We have compiled level guides for WoW: Shadowlands for you, which you have surely already seen in the past weeks. However, it makes sense to collect them here once again. Among other things, you'll find tips for leveling talents, some of which are very different from the usual end-game talents, and which allow you to progress in a relaxed manner.

  • Shadowlands Level Guide for Demon Hunter
  • Shadowlands Level Guide for Druid
  • Shadowlands Level Guide for Warlocks
  • Shadowlands level guide for hunters
  • Shadowlands levelguide for warriors
  • Shadowlands levelguide for mages
  • Shadowlands level guide for Monk
  • Shadowlands level guide for Paladin
  • Shadowlands level guide for Priest
  • Shadowlands level guide for Shaman
  • Shadowlands level guide for Rogue
  • Shadowlands level guide for Death Knight

If you want to have these guides printed on paper next to your keyboard during the leveling phase, we recommend you to quickly grab MMORE 153, which you can find in stores or in single issue orders at our store. Or you can try out the trial subscription for three months!

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