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I've recently come back to WoW and decided to make a Monk. Currently I am level 30 but I have been dungeon grinding. After finding this website via MMO-Champion (thankfully!), I have read that dungeon grinding isn't the best way to level. Rather I should simply do a dungeon once for the quests. In the past I had used a guide combined with a waypoint add-on. I cannot remember which mods I was using.

All that being said, can anyone recommend a good guide for 1-90 (or at least 1-85)? I'm using Heirloom gear and leveling as a Windwalker Monk. I am using a Spell power PvP staff as I do not have enough JP for the maces, but I find I'm doing sufficient damage and killing rather quickly for now. I could be wrong.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

Thanks,

Qrono

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