Another mandatory introduction
Those looking for a good WoW quest tutorial will often find themselves directed to Jame’s Horde Leveling Guide or his Alliance counterpart. These two offer those looking to speed up their leveling directions to take them from 21-70 or 30-70 respectively.
How does this work?
Searching is almost universally faster than grinding. But if you don’t know what you’re doing and go on mindless missions, it will seriously hurt your XP / hour. Knowing when and whether to do missions is the difference between fast levelers and slow levelers. Jame’s Horde and Alliance leveling guides are good for keeping your leveling at a good pace.
Unlike the most popular WoW guides, Jame’s are free. This doesn’t mean they are inherently inferior to other guides … but it does mean that the writer has less reason to spend tons and tons of time perfecting the guide and adding additional toys.
If all you need is a basic quest guide, and you don’t need to get to 70 in 6 days / played, this guide is good enough. To be honest, I prefer Jame’s Horde Guide to Joana’s Horde Leveling Guide, although it’s a personal preference, and I would objectively say that Joana’s is superior.
Following this guide at the correct level also doesn’t cause headaches on any mission. He doesn’t expect you to be one of the super-solo classes like Hunter, unlike some other popular guides (I’m looking at you, Joana’s Horde Leveling Guide).
The only complaint I have about this guide, actually, is that it might be a bit less useful for a newbie than other guides. Jame’s Horde Guide only starts at level 21, and Jame’s Alliance one doesn’t start until 30. There are other guides that cover these points on the site, but I haven’t used them and therefore can’t vouch for them. And there are some occasions when if I didn’t know the mission and the area, it would have been difficult for me to follow the instructions.