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Molten Core Raid Guide

Based on the original guide written by Struckd April 2006


The ultimate guide to Molten core. Coverage of all bosses, trash mobs and preperation required. This guide will step you through this original classic raid in fine detail ensuring you get the maximum out of your guild runs. A classic guide for a classic player!

The Molten Core is located beyond Blackrock Depths in the deepest part of Blackrock Mountain. It is the home of Ragnaros the Firelord--one of the four elemental lieutenants of the Old Gods--and his elemental minions. Molten Core is a 40-man raid instance.

All Molten Core bosses up to Golemagg drop pieces of the Tier 1 Raid Set while the trash will drop bracers and belts for tier 1.

MC is also home to two legendaries: [Thunderfury, Blessed Blade of the Windseeker] is forged from the three main pieces found in Molten Core, along with Elementium Ingot found in Blackwing Lair. [Sulfuras, Hand of Ragnaros] is created from the fusion of Ragnaros' rare drop, Eye of Sulfuras, and the crafted Sulfuron Hammer. Crafting a Sulfuron Hammer requires eight Sulfuron Ingot from Golemagg, along with many other materials.

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Jame's Alliance Leveling Guide - Chapter I (30-41)

Based on the original guide written by Jame March 2008


This guide is optimized for FAST leveling with a minimum amount of grinding.

Quests are important, they give rewards and faction reputation and are less boring than pure grinding, but sometimes some quests really are a waste of time. This guide will ensure you skip those time wasters and replace them with good grinding spots when necessary.

Some people say that grinding is always faster than questing, this is true in theory when you don't know which quests to take and which to avoid, and what is the best order to do them. With this guide, questing will be very efficient and much better than pure grinding. Follow each instruction carefully and you will see for yourself. The quests choices and order to do them are optimal so that you run as few as possible while doing the most possible and then turning several quests at the same time.

This guide will be very useful for both veteran and novice players, and this is why sometimes I describe things in two fashion "In short" (for the veterans) and "in details" (for the novices). That way the veteran players can skip those "in details" paragraph if the "in short" one was enough information for them. So even the guide itself is optimized for the minimum reading possible, to save time

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Jame's Horde Leveling Guide - Chapter I (21-31)

Based on the original guide written by Jame November 2007


This guide is optimized for FAST leveling with a minimum amount of grinding.

Quests are important, they give rewards and faction reputation and are less boring than pure grinding, but sometimes some quests really are a waste of time. This guide will ensure you skip those time wasters and replace them with good grinding spots when necessary.

Some people say that grinding is always faster than questing, this is true in theory when you don't know which quests to take and which to avoid, and what is the best order to do them. With this guide, questing will be very efficient and much better than pure grinding. Follow each instruction carefully and you will see for yourself. The quests choices and order to do them are optimal so that you run as few as possible while doing the most possible and then turning several quests at the same time.

This guide will be very useful for both veteran and novice players, and this is why sometimes I describe things in two fashion "In short" (for the veterans) and "in details" (for the novices). That way the veteran players can skip those "in details" paragraph if the "in short" one was enough information for them. So even the guide itself is optimized for the minimum reading possible, to save time

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Zul'Gurub Raid Guide

Based on the original guide written by Ratboy September 2005


1,500 years before the opening of the Dark Portal,[1] the powerful Gurubashi Empire was torn apart by a massive civil war. An influential group of troll priests, known as the Atal'ai, called forth the avatar of an ancient and terrible blood-god named Hakkar the Soulflayer. Though the priests were defeated and ultimately exiled, the great troll empire collapsed upon itself. The exiled priests fled far to the north, into the Swamp of Sorrows, where they erected a great temple to Hakkar in order to prepare for his arrival into the physical world.

In time, the Atal'ai priests discovered that Hakkar's physical form could only be summoned within the ancient capital of the Gurubashi Empire. It was in Zul'Gurub that Jin'do the Hexxer enslaved several high priests of the Gurubashi to aid him in summoning their dread god, Hakkar the Soulflayer, into Azeroth.

In order to quell the blood god, the trolls of the land banded together and sent a contingent of High Priests into the ancient city. Each priest was a powerful champion of the Primal Gods - Bat, Panther, Tiger, Spider, and Snake - but despite their best efforts, they fell under the sway of Hakkar. The champions and their Primal God aspects started feeding the awesome power of the Soulflayer

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Hunter Class Guide

Based on the original guide written by Cruzix January 2017


Hunters pull and use threat redirection, crowd control, and primarily ranged damage. Some hunters have pets that add to their DPS which also allow special spells such as Rebirth and Heroism, and help manage aggro. They can also track, tame, and train animals and beasts found in the wild. The well-trained pet, on countless occasions, has saved a hunter's life. They are the only class that can name, feed, and 'train' their pets to have one of three specializations: Ferocity for burst DPS, Cunning for utility, and Tenacity for tanking. This specialization can be switched at any time when not in combat or dead.

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Mage Class Guide

Based on the original guide written by Royalcoil October 2013


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Paladin Class Guide

Based on the original guide written by Cathela October 2005


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Jame's Alliance Leveling Guide - Chapter II (41-50)

Based on the original guide written by Jame March 2008


This guide is optimized for FAST leveling with a minimum amount of grinding.

Quests are important, they give rewards and faction reputation and are less boring than pure grinding, but sometimes some quests really are a waste of time. This guide will ensure you skip those time wasters and replace them with good grinding spots when necessary.

Some people say that grinding is always faster than questing, this is true in theory when you don't know which quests to take and which to avoid, and what is the best order to do them. With this guide, questing will be very efficient and much better than pure grinding. Follow each instruction carefully and you will see for yourself. The quests choices and order to do them are optimal so that you run as few as possible while doing the most possible and then turning several quests at the same time.

This guide will be very useful for both veteran and novice players, and this is why sometimes I describe things in two fashion "In short" (for the veterans) and "in details" (for the novices). That way the veteran players can skip those "in details" paragraph if the "in short" one was enough information for them. So even the guide itself is optimized for the minimum reading possible, to save time

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Jame's Alliance Leveling Guide - Chapter III (50-60)

Based on the original guide written by Jame March 2008


This guide is optimized for FAST leveling with a minimum amount of grinding.

Quests are important, they give rewards and faction reputation and are less boring than pure grinding, but sometimes some quests really are a waste of time. This guide will ensure you skip those time wasters and replace them with good grinding spots when necessary.

Some people say that grinding is always faster than questing, this is true in theory when you don't know which quests to take and which to avoid, and what is the best order to do them. With this guide, questing will be very efficient and much better than pure grinding. Follow each instruction carefully and you will see for yourself. The quests choices and order to do them are optimal so that you run as few as possible while doing the most possible and then turning several quests at the same time.

This guide will be very useful for both veteran and novice players, and this is why sometimes I describe things in two fashion "In short" (for the veterans) and "in details" (for the novices). That way the veteran players can skip those "in details" paragraph if the "in short" one was enough information for them. So even the guide itself is optimized for the minimum reading possible, to save time

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Jame's Horde Leveling Guide - Chapter II (31-40)

Based on the original guide written by Jame November 2007


This guide is optimized for FAST leveling with a minimum amount of grinding.

Quests are important, they give rewards and faction reputation and are less boring than pure grinding, but sometimes some quests really are a waste of time. This guide will ensure you skip those time wasters and replace them with good grinding spots when necessary.

Some people say that grinding is always faster than questing, this is true in theory when you don't know which quests to take and which to avoid, and what is the best order to do them. With this guide, questing will be very efficient and much better than pure grinding. Follow each instruction carefully and you will see for yourself. The quests choices and order to do them are optimal so that you run as few as possible while doing the most possible and then turning several quests at the same time.

This guide will be very useful for both veteran and novice players, and this is why sometimes I describe things in two fashion "In short" (for the veterans) and "in details" (for the novices). That way the veteran players can skip those "in details" paragraph if the "in short" one was enough information for them. So even the guide itself is optimized for the minimum reading possible, to save time