A matter relevant to a WOW power leveling service

In World of Warcraft, you’ll find those who work as power levelers. For a small charge they are willing to carry out the leveling for you and get you to 90 fast. While this might look like a tempting offer, there are several things to keep in mind when taking advantage of a service such as this.

For one, you won’t get the experience of experiencing the game by yourself. When you are attempting to play like a level 90 you will not possess the same knowledge of the toon or even the environment as you would’ve had if you did the leveling on your own.

Another factor to give thought to with this is it is actually against the terms of use by the manufacturer, Blizzard. Even if you decided not to look at the terms and conditions is not going to take away any kind of consequences. You could find that your account is suspended or maybe even terminated because of this since it breaks the spirit of the game.

Additionally it is highly unsafe to share your information with someone you may not know. Providing them with access to your account means that they can steal your gold and even more. Blizzard is fantastic about supporting individuals who have had their accounts broken into, however if you phone them over a matter relevant to a WOW  power leveling service, then chances are you will end up in trouble.

WOW power leveling don’t become NPC-only wastelands

Warlords of Draenor is about as inclusive as WoW expansions get: each copy comes with a magic wand to wave at one of your characters and bring them right up to level 90.

It wasn’t a surprise to learn that Blizzard would be selling an identical boost via WoW’s in-game store, but the price turned heads: $60.

Blizzard have assured players that they’re not running a “profit maximising” scheme – but instead ensuring that WOW power leveling don’t become NPC-only wastelands.

There is no doubt it is a business decision, the free 90 with the expansion so new users can go straight to the new content and play with their friends, rather than being forced through 90 levels to get to the new content and making it so they either have to do it alone or their friends need to start a bunch of new alts.

The problem came because on the back of that due to being able to transfer chars between accounts you own you open it up so people can create and transfer level 90 chars at a price, so then it comes down to do you just leave it so people make a bunch of new accounts and then transfer the char across accounts or do you facilitate a way that is probably much easier on blizzard’s servers.

So really once the free level 90 was included with WoD you opened up a door that allowed people to technically buy level 90’s anyway, so in reality blizzard is actually losing money at $60.