If you’re completely new to Wakfu, be sure to check out the Player VS Wakfu: Introductory Guide!
Fire Wakfu Cras are awesome.
Seriously, they can be pretty darned cool. Wakfu Cras are designed to be ranged players, also known as rangers in many other games. Keep this in mind if you’re choosing a Cra. If you want to hit somebody in the face with a sword choose a different class. If you want to shoot things and have them die before they get to you, then Cras may be your cup of tea.
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Welcome to the World of Twelve. For those of you that played Dofus, welcome back. In today’s Wakfu Intro we’re going to be taking a quick look at what Wakfu is, as well as some of the basics to get you started. I’d suggest reading all of it, and memorizing some parts; not because of my excellent writing skills but because there’s not much in-game to help you much further.
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Welcome back Players, to the third (and final) installment of our SWTOR basics guide for Warcraft players. Over the past two days we’ve covered all the basics about picking your classes, species and crew skills. Not to mention who the strange person following you around is! If you missed them be sure to check out parts One and Two of the series.
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Welcome to the second installment of our introductory guide to Star Wars: The Old Republic. In case you missed us yesterday we covered factions, dark/light side points, classes, advanced classes and species.
If you missed it and still deciding what kind of character to pick, be sure to jump back and check it out. Today, we’re going to go over:
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The biggest name now for years in the MMO gaming industry has been World of Warcraft. Even for those that don’t currently play it, it’s undeniable that you’ve heard of it or know somebody who has. It’s become a staple in the online gaming community and home to many, many gamers. Because of this, it’s an easy point of reference for many concepts used throughout the massively multiplayer online gaming universe.
Things change though, games get old and people move; such is life online. Moving is hard though! My goal today is to not only give you a good guide on what Star Wars: The Old Republic and World of Warcraft share, but also those things that make SWTOR different and what you need to know. When you’re finished this, you can jump in feet first and feel totally pro. Let’s get started!
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I hope you enjoyed your winter getaway, because it’s time to get back to leveling. Bringing back some snow back with you would be a HUGE help this time around, because this time all of Azeroth is on fire!
Enough of this soot, Let’s get this guide going so we can level you up to 85 ASAP!
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If you’re still leveling between 58 and 68, be sure to go check out Priest VS Outlands first, then come back here.
Can you smell that sweet northern air? I sure hope so because we get to spend the next 12 levels up here, and breathing will be a good thing. Today we’re going to take a look at leveling a priest from 68 to 80 in the world of Northrend, home of the Lich King.
Unlike our previous installment, we’re going to focus a little less on the spec differences, and more on how to progress in the area you’re in. Join us after the jump for the full guide.
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Leveling these days isn’t really hard, but can still be fairly time consuming. If you’re like me, then you want to get through the boring grind as quick as possible and get to the max level.
Today we’re going to discuss the best way to level a priest through Outlands (Level 58-68). We’ll focus on the pros and cons of questing versus running dungeons, as well as recommended spec, what gear to use and rotations you’re going to want to be using at this point in the game.
In this guide we’re going to discuss your main two options: Shadow (Pure DPS) or Holy (Heals). Though Discipline is an option, at this level gap it falls short to Holy and takes more time to progress. Which one you choose is up to you, and we’ll discuss them both in this topic. Join us after the jump for the full article.
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