Not long after I started playing Warcraft, I realized that much of the game had already been carefully catalogued and databased. However, there were a few things that I figured no one had logged.. How many monsters do I have to kill to get to the top level?
I don’t know yet, and honestly, I don’t know if I’ll ever have the patience and drive to go the whole way making such detailed notes. Until then, here are the results from my tally so far: The Complete List of Kills from Level 42 to Level 43. (87,100 experience)
I began by cashing in the Colonel Zurzen quest for 5450 and the “Favor for Krazdo” for 2200.
Then, I got together in a group and ran Stockades. I didn’t earn any experience however, because it is a low level dungeon. Also, the action happened too fast for me to take good notes on how many prisoners I killed. The group was a good one, so next we hit Deadmines (no experience) and finally Ulduman.
I did not gain a lot of experience from Ulduman, because it was split between four of us. Outside I killed:
Shadowforge Surveyors (7)
I then cashed in “Furious Deep” quest for 300, and “Hints of a New Plague” for 3700.
Killed Black Bear (1) and
Crushridge Brutes (2)
Syndicate Enforcers (4)
Cashed in the Enscrolled Parchment Quest for 1100, and completed the Triage Quest for 5550 experience. Also, I met James Hyal for 330.
Completed the Escort Stinky Quest, Raptor Capture (2950)
and finally, I cashed in the Zeppelin Crash Quest for 440 experience.
So! Yeah! Did a lot of killing, fighting more than 42 types of creatures. That was a surprise. I never thought I would see such a wide range of creature through such a short time span. Also, a very surprising discovery in these notes was that I rarely kill more than 7 of any one kind of creature. Sure, it seems like I’ve killed 50 Theramore Deserters, but it was really only 8.
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