Getting Started in Warlords of Draenor for Effective WoW Gold Farming

Aug 26, 2015 by

World of Warcraft can get pretty confusing most of the time, with all the expansions and updates. Don’t worry, though! Here’s a quick overview of how to get started in Warlords of Draenor so that you won’t have to worry about losing too much of your hard-earned WoW gold.

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Warlords of Draenor Level 90 Boost for WoW Gold Farmers
You were given a level 90 boost when you bought the expansion. In the event that you haven’t purchased the expansion, just enjoy the regular WoW first. Once you’re level 90, you’ll have to do start with your quests whilst keeping in mind the end goal to get your first set of gear. As you begin the quests, you’ll be able to unlock your much desired gear and new abilities. If you’re in need of more gear, you can always buy WoW gold from other players.
Taking the First Steps for WoW Gold Farmers
The first thing to do is speak with Khadger. There is one in major city and one outside of the Blasted Lands. Once you speak with him, he will take you to an instanced version of Tanaan Jungle which would be the old Hellfire Pennisula. At any rate, you’re going to port straight to an instanced situation and there is no way to skip it, however you can group with another player and do it.
Basic Tips for Warlords of Drainor WoW Gold Farmers
Try not to obsess over dying. It’s fine, as you get a free revive at regular intervals of 3 minutes.
Supported characters after launch are granted skills all through the accompanying quests, however you can queue for an instance to unlock everything on the double or change specs.
The main piece of the journey will have you take a shot at turning the dark portal off. Things are going to get confusing by the mission markers, but anyway, most everything is usually down the stairs, with the entrances near Khadgar. When you reach the end of “The Portal’s Power,” you won’t need to battle Gul’dan.
The following part is in the jungle. “Blaze of Glory” obliges you to use the quest item beside the huts.
In the Kargathar Proving Grounds you’ll have to slaughter 100 NPCs. Simply stay alive and slaughter anything that assaults you as your NPC party will complete the process of everything off anyway.
In the cave, you will discover an NPC (Yrel for Horde) that grants you a quest.
After finishing whatever it is left to do in the cave, you’ll exit and need to take on a cannon. Amid “A Taste of Iron” don’t hesitate to simply overlook the tanks or anything, as nothing will come up short the journey.
Completing Everything for Wow Gold Farmers
You’ll be either in Shadowmoon Valley or Frostfire Ridge afterwards. The main journey arrangement is going to unlock your garrison, or base of operations. After the first story arc, you will obtain the ability to fly to Ashran, which is the PvP quest hub and central city.

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The Free Character Boost Dilemma

Aug 26, 2015 by

So apparently “dilemma” has two m’s in it, I can’t believe I’ve gone my whole life so far without typing or writing “dilemma” before. Well, I suppose I might have wrote it but spelt it wrong.

So I’m in a bit of a pickle, the level 90 boosts have come and I am completely unprepared. I have no idea what to boost. Here’s my current roster.

Not sure why I bothered blacking out my character names, but whatever.
I really like healing; my top four characters are all ones that can heal, and have healing as their main spec (in the case of my priest it’s both specs). This makes me lean towards getting a Shaman because this would give me one of each healer 85+.
The Priest, Paladin, Warrior, Hunter, and Death Knight are all out of the question, because it’s really not worth it to me to waste this freebie on 5-10 levels. I’m also not really interested in the free profession if I chose a 60+ character because levelling professions are easier than characters, and I’m not exactly hurting for professions either.
The other options is a Warlock, which I think I would have some fun with, but it would be my first pure DPS class I’ve ever played at max level. I don’t know if it’s really my thing, when I OS DPS I’m pretty bad at it.
Maybe I should sleep on this. Again.

 

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Sword Coast Legends delayed a few weeks

Aug 20, 2015 by

The D&D role-playing game Sword Coast Legends has been delayed from 8 September to 29 September.

Not the longest delay we’ve ever seen, and if those three weeks result in a polished and lovely release, I’m all for it – especially because Sword Coast Legends looks like something a bit special. It’s a D&D RPG, yes, but with co-op play and a fully-fledged Dungeon Master mode, letting one player either walk the others through a carefully-designed module, or set things up on the fly and adjust challenges as the need arises. It looks really, really good.

As consolation for that three week wait, N-Space and Digital Extremes have released a few new screenshots, and noted that the game’s first DLC – Rage of Demons – will be free to everyone who pre-orders.

Interestingly, the press release’s headline notes that “Head Start Access Planned for Pre-Launch”, but the press release itself makes absolutely no mention of this. I’m guessing that we’ll hear more about this shortly, but it sounds like those who pre-order will get access before everyone else. Or maybe they’re planning a very brief Early Access period? Or… oh, I don’t know.

 

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Mafia 3 revealed with CG trailer, screens, and details

Aug 20, 2015 by

It should come as little surprise that Mafia 3 was revealed in a more substantial way at Games, as 2K had said that was exactly the plan.

The CG trailer (no gameplay, sadly) and accompanying details confirm that the third installment in the series will be making the switch to New Orleans. Or “Norlins,” if your name is Gabriel Knight. The year is now 1968, which gives new development studio Hanger 13 a good excuse to splash the licensed music budget around.

Hendrix and The Animals both appear in the trailer. If you’re feeling pedantic (and I am,) that should mean Mafia 3 takes place quite late in 1968, because Hendrix’s “All Along the Watchtower” cover wasn’t released until September of that year.

Anyway, that’s the by-the-by. Or by-the-Bayou, as much of the trailer takes place in the swampy outskirts of New Orleans. Protagonist (and former Vietnam soldier) Lincoln Clay has a lot to say about family. He’s fallen in with the black Mob, and very much fallen out with the Italian Mob. That’s unfortunate news for the guy he has tied up in his car.

Mafia 3 is promising a “cinematic narrative that responds to player choice,” set in what sounds like a pretty open city of New Orleans. At the very least it’s said to be one which “responds to Lincoln’s actions,” as he sets about getting revenge on the Italian mob and setting up his own criminal network.

Here’s the trailer, which also features a last minute appearance from Mafia 2’s Vito. A few images follow beneath that.

 

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Battleborn is born to battle on 9 February

Aug 20, 2015 by

Gearbox’s (predominately) co-operative FPS Battleborn will be released on 9 February, preceded by an open beta on an as-yet-undisclosed date.

The main story mode can be played through alone with one of the 25 available characters, or in co-op mode with lovely online chums. Or weirdo strangers. Whichever you prefer. The non-PC platforms also get split-screen, but, as tends to be the case for PC, we won’t be getting that option. When will developers learn, eh?

Battleborn also has three competitive modes of play, each of which are 5v5 affairs.

Along with the news of a release date and semi-news of an open beta in the future, Battleborn’s Games announcement-fest comes with details about four of those 25 heroes.

There’s Benedict, an arrogant Avian with a rocket launcher. Mellka, an assassin whose life has been a series of disappointments up to this juncture, which makes her really, really pissed off and prone to using nerve gas on people. Ambra, a priestess looking for eternal life who can deal close-up melee damage while healing companions at the same time. And Reyna, known as “The Valkyrie,” and leader of the pirate Rogue faction.

You can read more about each of these characters on the Battleborn blog. The new Gamescom trailer is below.

 

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