Clash of Clans “World #1 Player Attacked!

Coc Hack

What World of Warcraft leveling addon to use? Most of my characters didn’t use one, but for my last one (the currently active warrior alt) I’ve actually used a WoW-Pro leveling addon, which was both free, and good for what I needed. To speed things up, obviously. Leveling addons or any other form of leveling guides both help and take away from your experience, making lots of decisions automatic, like your car’s sat-nav (if you have one). If you are an explorer, or simply take pride in how well you know WoW (logical question would be – what are you doing here then using a leveling or a guide addon would sound almost offensive to you. There, there, my friend, I’ve been through that phase too. In my personal experience however, even the experienced players reach a point of wanting to have “training wheels” on, get a helping hand, and optimize my leveling path even further. It’s never too late to learn, as they say. First reason to use an addon in my opinion would be if you don’t know what you are doing, AND don’t feel like exploring (and making your own mistakes perhaps) either. I sincerely hope you are not like that, because there’s nothing like experiencing content for the first time, on your own, without someone constantly telling you where to go and what to do …

Coc Hack

It does the necessary minimum to get the job done, without any added gimmicks or complexities.
It works well with the infamous Tom-Tom addon (but that’s pretty standard). It’s distributed through addon websites and services as a Trial version, making you go to WoW-Pro website and download the full version from there. It’s still free, but adds a slightly annoying step before you can start properly using it. I can’t blame the COC Hack guys for wanting to draw some traffic to their website though …
Some guides need revising – I’m saying it as a person who JUST leveled a warrior using this addon, and can confirm that some stuff is out of date.  Guides are mostly OK, but somewhat inconsistent in terms of their quality. Some earlier guides (e.g. those written by Jame) are detailed and really good, while a couple of higher level ones skip a few important comments here and there, which could be disruptive.

What World of Warcraft leveling addon to use? Most of my characters didn’t use one, but for my last one (the currently active warrior alt) I’ve actually used a WoW-Pro leveling addon, which was both free, and good for what I needed. First reason to use an addon in my opinion would be if you don’t know what you are doing, AND don’t feel like exploring (and making your own mistakes perhaps) either. Using a (good) addon then is one way to go about it. I can’t blame the WoW-Pro guys for wanting to draw some traffic to their website though …Some guides need revising – I’m saying it as a person who JUST leveled a warrior using this addon, and can confirm that some stuff is out of date.