Like with every expansion before it, WOD Power Leveling will be shaking things up. Professions will get their skill caps increased to 700 and you'll find new recipes (and new epic gear) waiting for you in Draenor. But it's not all business as usual: some major changes in Warlords will be shaking up how professions work and how they fit in with the rest of the game. Blizzard's goal here seems targeted to opening up player choice: you shouldn't be forced into a profession or be penalized for not having or leveling one.
This Warlords of Draenor Power Leveling doesn't mean that the advantages of having a profession are going away, but come Warlords some unique bonuses will be gone, people without a profession will have additional access to it, and leveling professions will be more straightforward for players who might not have focused on professions in the past. World of Warcraft‘s fifth expansion is not out yet, but thanks to its beta, it’s more or less clear what we’ll be facing, including the heaps of new mounts.
BellularGaming’s guide is just perfect for mount collectors, showing how to obtain all of them after Draenor goes live. Wondering what's up with your class in Warlords of Draenor and patch 6.0.2? Class guides on both WOW Power Leveling 90-100 and Icy Veins have been updated with all of the class changes you'll find on live servers right now.