Winds Of Wisdom
The stars have aligned this week, with a confluence of experience boosts that can help your WoW characters zoom to max level with up to 300% bonus XP.
The latest expansion for World of Warcraft, Dragonflight, will launch on November 28, so you have a limited amount of time to level your latest main or to get your army of alts ready to tackle the Dragon Isles.
Before Shadowlands launched, there was a special buff to XP called Winds of Wisdom that a lot of players took advantage of to get to max level in time for Shadowlands.
Shadowlands is changing the the leveling process.
I personally prefer the simple approach when it comes to leveling in World of Warcraft right now.
When writing about gearing up a new alt in World of Warcraft right now, there are several things to keep in mind besides how you do it as quickly as possible in theory.
I think around the time my second new character hit 120 was when I started to realize how much I hate having to grind up Azerite for my Heart of Azeroth.
So, I am surprised to admit that I didn't really get much use out of the Winds of Wisdom buff in World of Warcraft until I thought "Oh, right, that's going to run out this week" and started frantically trying to get my next Warrior to 120, only for them to extend the buff.
Taking advantage of the Winds of Wisdom buff? Here are some pointers on how to maximize your leveling efficiency
To my mind, there are two separate paths to discuss when talking about the Winds of Wisdom buff that's currently active in World of Warcraft -- there's using it on that 110 or above alt to get them to 120, and there's using it on a fresh or significantly under the level cap character, potentially even a first character if you're just starting World of Warcraft now.