Are you one of the players currently leveling a character for WoW: Wrath of the Lich King Classic? Then you will definitely have to skill one or the other weapon. And that’s where our quick tip comes in, thanks to which you only have to mess with one mob to max out your Peacemakers.
Since yesterday, July 25, 2022, the XP buff Rushing Journeys active in WoW: Burning Crusade Classic. This promises you 50 percent more experience points from all sources. If you combine this effect with the recovery bonus, you can until the launch of WoW: Wrath of the Lich King Classic on September 27, 2022 at 12:01 a.m. CEST easily bring one or the other character to level 70.
New weapon, new grind
If you are one of those players who are currently busy leveling up, then the tiresome topic of weapon skills should certainly also be on the program – at least if you play a front-line soldier. There are many weapon types in WoW, and they all want to be brought to 350 manually. groan! But everyone has to go through that if they also want to meet their opponents in Northrend.
The good news: There is a place in Azeroth where weapons can be leveled very easily once you have reached the appropriate level. We mean the Blasted Lands in the Eastern Kingdoms, where you will also find the Dark Portal to Outland. In fact, if you are already leveling in the TBC Classic regions or have reached level 70 with the character, the easiest way is to fly from Shattrath to the appropriate flight point on Hellfire Peninsula and enter the Blasted Lands from there.
Find a servant of Grol
At various locations in the Blasted Lands you can Servant of Grol Find. Among other things, the servants walk sporadically among the ogres at Dreadrock Post or Dreadrock Hold. The good thing about these servants of Grol: They can only be defeated with an item that you receive via a quest. Without this quest or item, you can beat such a minion until your axes are blunt. There are still skill points.
So your task is to pull such a minion, position it a bit apart from the other mob groups and then… go afk. ok, ok This of course depends on your character level, class and specialization. From a certain level, you can leave a protection paladin alone with the opponent for an hour without the opponent needing help. The level 63 shaman we last used this trick on had to heal up every few minutes. However, this can be done on the side. With this in mind: Happy weapon skilling!