We Hit Level 50 & Lahruna’s leveling guide!

It finally happened!  Lahruna and Rayzorstorm finally hit level 50 together in a Blackrock Depths PUG the other night.  And there was much rejoicing!  (Dour Monty Python voice: “Yay.”) 

Here is the quick leveling guide, according to my wife, Lahruna. 

  1. Get sick.  Preferably sick enough that you are stuck sitting on the couch and can’t do chores around the house. 
  2. Put on a good movie that you’ve already seen several times so you don’t really need to pay close attention to it.  (She recommends Finding Nemo and the Lord of the Rings trilogy.)
  3. Get your hot hubby (or wifey) on the couch beside you doing something that keeps them busy, like applying for new jobs.
  4. Wrap yourself up in warm blanket or Snuggie.
  5. THE MOST IMPORTANT STEP: Have cake beside you as you:
  6. Run dungeon, after dungeon, after dungeon, after dungeon….

Until you finally reach half-way through lvl 49 so you and that hot hubby/wifey of yours can finally go run one more final dungeon for the day, which will be Sunken Temple.  Which will then take an agonizing hour, which by the way is NOT refundable,  as the paladin in your group insists on doing things in the most agonizingly careful and risk-free (i.e. boring) way possible.  You will acquiesce because Sunken Temple is a friggin maze and you have no idea where you’re going. 

But at the end you will have a pretty awesome fight against several green dragons.  Somewhere along the way, you will both ding 50.  When all is done, you can retire to Stormwind, eat cake, and be merry.  I recommend having a dance party.

Lahruna, Rayzorstorm, and Graklos have a lvl 50 dance party!

-Razorstorm

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2 Responses to “We Hit Level 50 & Lahruna’s leveling guide!”

  1. I will be happy just as long as you realize that the second you hit level 58, you both make your way to Outlands.

    and I wholeheartedly agree with your point #1… getting “sick” and having to stay at home for an extended period of time led to gratuitous WoW playing time.

    I disagree though that the way to gain xp is to run dungeons. I found that moving from area to area and doing every available quest was more than efficient.

  2. Congratulations to you both!

    /confetti

    I like the “movie on the background” method too – I employ it a lot. However, taking a break from the movie and turning up the volume of the game is nice too (I had totally forgotten how awesome Crypts sounds with the ambient music.) I also like to have a Friends marathon for background.

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