World of Warcraft Horde Guide
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Introduction to Grinding
Grinding is a nice way of saying slaughtering all the mobs
you can get your hands on. The fact is, if you want to get more
experience points and more importantly, more gold for your
Horde character, you’re going to need to get grinding. The
problem for many players however is knowing which mobs to grind
and where to find them. We’re going to make it very easy to get
Horde Grinding Levels 11 – 25
You may have noticed that we skipped over the first ten
levels. That’s because there really aren’t many opportunities
to really get grinding when you first start out. It’s best to
start with the wolves in these initial levels to practice, but
you won’t be able to really get your grind on until you get to
So, let’s get started.
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Level 11 -12
When you are in the Barrens, the best grinding spots are
Crossroads and Ratchet.
What to grind: Savannah Prowler, Greater Plainstrider,
Sunscale Screecher,Barrens Giraffe, Crocilisk, Fleeting
Plainstrider, Elder Plainstrider, Greater Plainstrider,
Sunscale Lashtail, and Zhevra Runner.
Look for the crocolisks in the river. By consistently
grinding in this area you can earn 14,000 exp points per
Level 13 - 16
You’ll still be able to grind in the same places mentioned
above, but head a little bit south to run into the Southsea
Bandits and Cannoneers. You’ll be able to earn about 14k exp
points per hour in this level as well.
Level 17 – 22
Head over to Norwatch and look for the Theramore Marines.
You can earn around 16k exp points an hour here. For 19 through
22, keep an eye out for South Barrens Stormhides, they are very
easy to kill.
You’ll also want to head over to the Northwest Barrens where
you can find mobs of Ornery Plainstriders and Savannah
Patriarchs as well as the other creatures mentioned above. You
can earn up to 18k exp points per hour.
Level 22 – 25
You’ll want to spend a lot of time in Camp Taurajo where you
can find numerous mobs to grind on. Look for the Thunderhawk
Cloudscraper and the Owatanka in these areas.
What to Do With Your Items
Once you have been grinding for awhile, you’re going to have
a plethora of items at your disposal. In order to start making
money from grinding, you’re going to need to sort through these
items and start selling them at the auction house. Before you
list everything you have however, there are a few points you’ll
need to remember.
First, it’s a good idea to observe the auction house for a
few days before you list anything. You’ll want to get an idea
of the current trends as well as the current prices for the
items that you have. That will allow you to get an idea of what
you should be pricing your items for and how much demand there
is for specific items.
Try to focus on the items that are truly worth something to
other players. The less valuable items can always be sold to a
vendor or to someone else who needs them for a specific recipe.
Nearly everything that is dropped by a mob in this game has a
value, but some will be worth more than others. Even though
you’re already getting experience points by grinding, you can
easily make around 50 to 60 pieces of gold per hour in the
locations we mentioned above. This should give you a lot of
incentive to keep going.
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