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Monday, June 15, 2009

Top Three Easiest Classes to Level in World of Warcraft

World of Warcraft has 9 classes that you can choose between to play. The ultimate decision should come between your likes, and desires. Some players, due to one restriction or another, will want the easiest path available to hit the highest levels. That narrows it down to Warlocks, Hunters, and Druids.


Warlocks are your typical evil class as they rely on summoned demons to do their dirty work. They obtain their first pet early on, the Imp. This is easily one of the weakest pets available to the warlock, but it doesn't take long until better options present themselves.

Once the leveling warlock obtains a voidwalker, leveling gets a lot easier. You will send your pet to tank the target, while you do damage to it. Unlike a hunter pet, voidwalkers do not hold aggro nearly as well, but will keep you safe. You can easily level with a voidwalker pet from 1-80, but that is a very slow path. There are other options that will really speed things up.

Leveling as Demonology gives you access to a pet that is a great tank, and does great damage. This pet is easily one of the best in the game, and will greatly speed up your kill times. It has an stun that can interrupt casters or buy you an escape route. In many ways, this is one of the easiest ways to level.

If you level as affliction you will rely less on your pet, and more on your fears and speed. Lay down a volley of DoTs, fear the target, and find your next victim. You will spend more time looting corpses than it takes to kill a group of mobs. Just be careful. It is easy to overextend as affliction, leading to a costly death.


Hunters are, without a doubt, the easiest class to level. When you spec into Beast Mastery your pet becomes a true beast. You can give it abilities to increase its Stamina, its Health, its Damage, and more. You also gain speed increases to your ranged attacks.

Beast Mastery hunters are very survivable. You have to really mess up to die with this spec, especially after you get Feign Death. Your pet will take the brunt of any assault, and you can sacrifice your friend to escape if needed. If you run away early enough your pet may despawn leaving it alive, but all the aggro will shift to you. It is of little issue as you will be far enough ahead to get away.


Third place is a close call between Druids and Shaman, and both have very similar benefits to leveling. Druids win out as they can easily switch between a variety of roles without a lot of work.

You can level your druid many different ways. As a feral spec you can DPS much like a rogue, sneaking around and choosing your fights. Rogues are also an easy class to level, but cannot compete with a druid for one simple fact. Druids can heal between fights, which eliminates downtime. That is easily the biggest benefit to being a druid. How many other classes allow you to damage to the full extent of your abilities, drop into another form to heal yourself, and go back to killing like nothing has happened? None.

Druids can also level as Balance, which plays quite a bit like a mage. The options also sit to level as a tank or a healer and rely on instances and grouping to level. Druids are not short on options when it comes to leveling in World of Warcraft.


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