The Fastest Way to Level in WoW BfA From 110 to 120
Yes, Battle for Azeroth is finally upon is brethren! This means boatloads of amazing new content including two new spectacular continents, 6 new zones and tons of fresh adventures awaiting you. But hey, what’s the Fastest Way to Level in WoW Battle for Azeroth (BfA)?
I’m glad you asked because that’s exactly what today’s post will be all about! We’re going to take a closer look at the main steps that you have to take in order to optimize your 110-120 leveling experience in the new expansion – so get comfortable and read on.
What’s the Fastest Way to Level in WoW BfA in 4 Easy Steps?
These are our top recommendations when it comes to getting to level 120 in Battle for Azeroth and we’ll sure that they’ll help you reach the level cap in no time… and here they are:
1. Choose a Suitable Zone Order
The first thing that you’ll have to do in the new expansion is picking a zone order, depending on your faction. Note that the particular order is pretty subjective, although all the different zones will have to be done eventually in order to get your flying training, optimize your reputation etc.
Something that’s worth pointing out is that your zone order might depend on your gear. Here’s the zone order that we recommend, depending on how powerful your character is:
If your character has plenty of best-in-slot legendaries, set bonuses, and raid gear, pick this zone order:
If your character has no raid gear, no set bonuses and only a few (or even only one) legendaries, then go for this order:
Once you get your hands on some Azerite gear and you increase your Heart of Azeroth power, you can tackle the harder zones. Nonetheless, don’t let those recommendations limit you – if you fancy starting with Drustvar if you’re Alliance or Vol’dun if you’re Horde, then, by all means, do that!
Next, It’d be a wise move to turn your War Mode status to ‘On’. You can do that either in Stormwind for Alliance or Orgrimmar for Horde – you can’t adjust your War Mode in other places or cities!
While this might sound like lunacy because by doing so, players from the opposing faction will be able to attack you on sight, there are quite a few benefits that you don’t want to miss, such as:
- 10% bonus experience from questing and killing mobs
- 10% improved rewards from world quests
- Enables you to earn Conquest Points that can be exchanged for gear
This will certainly speed up the entire leveling process for your character, however…
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2. Turn your War Mode Off if you’re doing the War Campaign!
If you plan on keeping up with the War Campaign that will send you to enemy-controlled territories, It’d be logical for you to turn off your War Mode.
Instead, save your War Campaign enthusiasm for when you hit level 119 because then you can do all three footholds in a single run. This will save you both time and tons of frustration related to world PvP!
Regardless, your objectives will be the same, whether your War Mode is on or off – you’ll still have to do all quests to unlock your flying, among other BfA-specific features like the requirements for the new Allied Races.
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3. Skip the Problematic Quests
Whether you’re getting frustrated by the lack of progress on particular quest/s or if you simply die too much, then your best bet would be to just give up and move on.
One of the great things about Battle for Azeroth is that the entire questing experience has been made less linear than it previously was. This in addition to the new, more quest hub-focused nature of BfA’s questing means that you can always opt for a quest that’s easier while leaving the harder ones for later.
Generally speaking, you should expect to spend roughly 11 to 12 hours to get your toon from level 110 to 120.
So, if you’re overly persistent, but still fail to complete a particular quest, you’ll be just spinning your wheels and losing huge amounts of precious time. Besides, there are plenty of sites, forums, and message boards on the internet related to WoW and BfA and if a particular quest bothers you, I’m pretty sure that you’ll find some relevant info about how to actually complete it if you do a quick Google search.
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Azeroth Auto Pilot is arguably the best speed leveling addon in World of Warcraft and It’s now been revamped for the new BfA content. It comes with lots of great functionality, including:
- Adds an arrow on the screen showing you the leveling routes
- Automatically takes flightpaths
- Completely skips the cinematics and cutscenes
- Automatically picks and hands in quests
In essence, this is the go-to addon for anyone who’s looking to get to level 120 as fast as humanly possible.
Wrapping It Up
Obviously, reaching the level cap in World of Warcraft’s brand new expansion Isn’t the most time-consuming activity in the world. However, you can still lose some precious time if you’re not aware of the most important steps that you need to take in order to speed things up as much as you can.
What’s your favorite approach for getting a character to level 120 btw? Let us know in the comment section below!
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