Navigating Nagrand

Mabango has been busy in Outlands. She hit level 64 and abandoned Zangermarsh for Nagrand. Its a similar process I took with Mabaho way back in 07/08. Up two levels and move zone. Its working well for Mabango as it means that the mobs are still fairly easy to kill but give good xp.

I had forgotten just how impressive a zone Nagrand is. And with my settings on this iMac at Ultra, I’m sure I’m seeing more than my old 6600GT card could cope with.

Approaching Garadar

Questing has been going well here, and although suffering several deaths and tragic  losses of my demon, has already reached level 65. It took Mabaho from Oct 07 to May 08 to do Outlands. Mabango has done from 58 to 65 in just less than a month. I am certain I played more then as well.

With guild xp bonus, better gear (including heirlooms and their xp bonus), a pet, flying mounts and I’m certain they have increased the xp per hand in and decreased the xp per level (I vaguely remember that in patches in late WotLK or so) its made a huge difference.

So 66 soon, and it will be time to move on. Maybe Blades Edge Mtns, then Netherstorm, then Northrend.

I’ll leave you with a couple more pics if you haven’t been here in a while.

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Author: Mabaho

I'm a married dad who likes to play WoW and ride my motorbike. Originally a strong focus WoW blog, but over the last while has become a more general blog about things going on in my world.

5 thoughts on “Navigating Nagrand”

  1. It really is a beautiful zone and I particularly like your first picture. I used to spend a lot of time hanging out at Halaa interspacing ganking with taking screenshots. Not so keen on the quest experience though.

    1. Thanks. Yes, I don’t think they’ve done much work on the quests since BC, but as you level through the zones so fast, you probably only do about half of the quests in the zone.

  2. Nagrand is definitely one of my favourite zones. I remember fondly questing through there on my rogue. My now husband would come around to my place with his computer and a carton of beer we’d stay up all night questing there, or just hanging out. Very fond memories of a beautiful zone. Thank you for taking me back to that place in time 🙂

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