Level 100 WoW Gearing Guide

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Level 100 WoW Gearing Guide

Level 100 WoW Gearing Up is where the real fun begins, after you hit the level cap. There are a wondrous new endgame routes to dive into, but your first concern should be getting yourself better geared so you can take on greater challenges.

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Level 100 WoW Gearing Up Guide

  1. Complete the quests in Nagrand that you haven’t yet completed. Some of the upgraded quest rewards and rare drops can be quite decent.

  1. Do the quest received from your garrison to complete bronze level of the Proving Grounds. You can queue right from your mission specialist NPC. This gives you an ilevel 610 weapon. It’s also good practice for completing the silver Proving Grounds requirement for solo queuing for heroic dungeons. It’s quite easy to beat both bronze and silver. Just practice a time or two if you’re new to Proving Grounds or the spec you’re trying out. In general, PGs all come down to knowing when to use your cooldowns. Save them for the right moments and you’ll be successful.

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  1. Get your garrison to level 3 and keep collecting followers to increase the number of missions you can send them out on. Once you get some followers to level 100, they’ll be able to do level 100 missions which can grant you some great rewards including gear upgrades for yourself. Keep an eye out for rare missions, especially. Once the raids open up, you’re even able to rarely get epic raid drop rewards from certain missions. You can also run garrison invasions to get equipment.

  1. Run the level 100 normal mode dungeons. These grant you ilevel 615 gear. A few pieces of this gear and you’ll be ready for heroics in no time.

  1. Obtain crafted gear. There are a ton of excellent crafted options in WoD, and most are ilevel 640. You can craft in your garrison even if you aren’t that crafting profession, but it can take considerably longer. 

  1. You can obtain ilevel 630 gear and above by collecting Apexis Crystals. You can obtain a daily to collect these from your garrison if it’s level 2 or above. There are both PvP and PvE daily options. There’s a group PvE challenge as well as one to kill elites in various zones.

  1. PvP gear is an option, but it’s not as strong as it was in MoP for PvE content. You can grab a few ilevel 620 pieces from PvP, however.

  1. There’s no real need to farm certain reputations unless you’re after additional followers, cosmetic rewards, or achievements. There are a few trinkets you can get from reputation vendors, but they’re not very good, especially for Paladins.

  1. Run heroic dungeons once you reach an average level of 610 or find a premade group to physically run to the instances with. All heroic dungeons drop gear that’s ilevel 630. You’ll also sometimes get a chance to get an ilevel 644 piece with a gem socket in a heroic, but this is rare. Note: Heroic dungeons are more difficult in WoD, but not quite as difficult as Cataclysm dungeons were right out of the gate.

  1. As soon as you can find a static group, start running Challenge Modes daily. In Ashran you can grab a daily CM quest that offers you a bag that can contain epic ilevel 640 gear. You don’t even have to obtain bronze, silver, or gold rewards in CMs to complete the daily—you just need to complete the run. This, by far, is one of the quickest ways to get pre-raid gear.

  1. LFR is always an option when it becomes available, but it will not be for the first few weeks the raids are out. You’ll also want to do the Molten Core LFR that will be added during WoW’s 10th anniversary. You’ll automatically get an epic ilevel 640 helm for completing this part of the event.

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Level 100 WoW Gearing Up - Raiding in WoD

When you’re ready to take on raid encounters, to cap out your Level 100 WoW Gearing,  be sure to head to Ashran and do the quests for your three Seal of Tempered Fates a week. These are your seals that can be used to roll for bonus loot in raids. There are multiple ways to get seals this expansion—by either turning in gold, garrison resources, or Apexis Crystals. If you still have a Lumber Mill this can be an excellent way to quickly earn these.

The first raid, Highmaul, has a staggered release opening. Normal (655 ilevel drops) and Heroic mode (670 ilevel drops) will be available on Dec. 2nd while Mythic (685 ilevel drops) and the first half of LFR (640 ilevel drops) will open Dec. 9th. The 2nd half of LFR opens Dec. 16th and will require ilevel 635. There are 7 encounters in this raid.

Additionally, there are three world bosses you can take part in: Drov the Ruiner (drops ilevel 650 necks, belts, and gloves), Tarlna the Ageless (drops ilevel 650 chests, belts, and gloves), and Rukhmar (drops ilevel 665 boots, rings, and pants). These can be done before Highmaul open, so be sure to use your weekly seals on these fights.


Level 100 WoW Gearing Guide Conclusion

Well, thats it for the for our basic guide to Level 100 WoW Gearing. I am sure we probably missed something, so we invite you to leave a comment in the comment space below and let us know any tips or tricks you may have to Level 100 WoW Gearing.

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