Soloing a game is a choice. It’s my choice. This site posts information and videos based on my experience with the games I play. If soloing is your choice too, you may find interesting things here.
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Soloing the fel Saberon rare Soulslicer in Fang’rila in WoW was surprisingly easy on my lvl100 Human Hunter in BM spec, ilvl 655, ilvl 640 weapon, Portent pet (good mix of tanking + DPS, it’s a rare from Pandaria).
[Update: even easier with Guardian Druid ilvl 660 (weapon 695) with Paladin bodyguard, v6.2.2 Oct 17/15, very fast, flew right beside him and no other mobs aggro’ed, bodyguard Ilona was defeated late but easy finish.]
As a human she got 550 Saberon rep (10% racial bonus, Lvl 2 Trading Post) which can be gotten reportedly several times daily on a character for each solo-able rare (there are 4 Saberon rares, likely 3 are solo-able), plus 27 rep for each of several of his minions, plus fel apexis shard from the rare for Order of the Awakened rep. Makes Saberon rep go much faster. Continue reading Soloing Soulslicer for 500 Daily Saberon Rep in WoW
This may be old news to many, but it may still be useful to some. It uses the XP from a steady stream of max-level-pet battles and a safe area from other mobs, to quickly level alts from at least as low as level 45 to level 90. Yes it’s very repetitious but can easily be done while watching tv, and at higher levels (80’s) it takes only about 10 battles per alt level. Pretty painless really.
To use this method of leveling, you need at least 2 level 25 battle pets that are good against aquatic pets (Eternal Striders and Dancing Striders are good), ideally rare quality. Continue reading Leveling Alts in WoW Using Pets and Mistfall Village in Pandaria
Here’s my solo way to get low level alts into Pandaria, which is normally only accessible by level 85 characters through the Mists expansion’s introductory questline.
See my post on Leveling Alts with Pets in Pandaria for a good reason why to bring low level alts to the faction Shrine. Continue reading Porting Alts to Pandaria in WoW
Wow. Just finished watching the Legion announcement from Gamescom in Germany, and that’s my first reaction. Just like the overly quiet wide-eyed audience. No “!”. Just gobsmacked. Wow.
Blizz, I’m so sorry. Sorry for the quiet wide-eyed audience reaction, murmuring unsmilingly amongst themselves (one girl was crying, maybe joy, but if not, I know what she felt), sorry for my shocked state, sorry you felt you needed to go fel again, but more sorry for the game. BC again?!! Warcraft 3 Legion Xpac again? Really?!! Continue reading WoW New Expansion – Legion Combines Fel Elements of WoD, BC and WotLK – Don’t Stand in the Fel
This is an odd spec. The clothie Mage-type with arcane magic spells is a staple of fantasy MMOs. But the GW2 Mesmer is different. Continue reading Mesmer at 20 GW2 – Experience to Date
This profession has grown on me more than I expected. When I start a game I pick a few different specs that appeal to me and which are either entirely new or related to those I play elsewhere. Then I see which I enjoy playing more. Continue reading Elementalist in Her 20’s – Experience To Date
My original main and specialization that first got me from levels 1-90, this druid guardian bear tank is like a second skin. She plays like a tuned concert piano. Continue reading Druid – Guardian Bear Spec – Dailies in WoD 6.2
Phew! Finally got this cannon Skill / Hero Point at Stormbluff Isle. Easy now it’s working again.
As notes indicate, you need to:
Any class can successfully solo PvE content at a character’s level or below, as long as the content doesn’t require a group at close to the character’s level, or specialized skills like tanking. Some classes are easier, some harder, and some content will only be possible with certain classes or specializations. Continue reading Classes for Soloing in WoW