World of Warcraft Guides — Why Bother?

Posted June 5th, 2010 by LoneWolf

It’s a valid question really — why bother with a guide?  For some people, there isn’t a big need for a guide.  Some people are content to just poke around and explore.  Others have what you might call a gift — they just know the right way to go.

But for most of us, we need guides to help us find our way in just about every area of our lives.  So why would World of Warcraft be different?  Think about it for a moment.  If you were traveling to a new area for a fishing trip, you could spend hours testing different parts of the lake and experimenting with different tackle until you found the right combination for catching fish.  Or you could hire a guide who would show you the best spots to go and the best way to fish.

We can benefit from the knowledge and experience that guides have to make our time more enjoyable, more efficient and more productive.  Provided we have a good guide.  Would you trust a guide who had only been a few weeks in the area?  Or would you rather have a guide that has been around for years?

If you decide that you want to have a guide for WoW (and let’s face it, not everybody does) then it makes sense to look for a guide that has the experience and knowledge to help you in your quest.

Zygor’s World of Warcraft Guides are constantly updated to reflect changes to the game.  They are thorough and complete.  And the work as an addon to the game, so they are right there with you.  No flipping back and forth to read a PDF or web page.  No printing out pages that you have to read through.  As you work though the game, the guide is able to give you directions and pointers based on where you are right now.

So why are you still reading this?  Head on over to Dugi’s World of Warcraft Guides right now and find out if this is right for you.

Get the guide — reap the reward!

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