At the best of times, World of Warcraft can be a grind. Whether you're playing WoW Shadowlands or Wow Classic, you'll need to spend quite a bit of time levelling up your characters if you want to take on the biggest enemies for the biggest rewards. Or... You can pay the price and get a WoW Character Boost to kick-start your adventure. Here's everything you need to know...
WoW Shadowlands Character Boost Price Details
When the Shadowlands expansion came out, Blizzard upped the Max Level Cap for World of Warcraft. It only jumped ten levels between the Battle for Azeroth and Shadowlands, but that's ten extra levels you'd have to climb if you were starting out fresh.
If you wanted to purchase a Character Boost for your WoW Shadowlands character, the price you'd need to pay is USD$60. This equates to about £40.
Don't worry about making sure you pick the right character, you can actually do this an infinite amount of times for WoW Shadowlands. We know this might cost a lot, but it does mean you can afford to make a mistake.
All you need to know is that Demon Hunters cannot be boosted with a Character Boost and you can't earn any Heritage Armor sets with Allied Races if you use a Character Boost on an Allied Race character.
WoW Classic TBC Character Boost Price Details
Things are a little different in WoW Classic: The Burning Crusade, though. If you want to boost your WoW Classic character, you're going to need to purchase the Dark Portal Pass.
This is going to set you back around USD$40; This currently equates to just over £29.
You need to make sure you're aware, though, that you are only limited to one Dark Portal Pass per account. This means you can only boost one WoW Classic character per account. We know they're trying to preserve the feel of the older iterations of World of Warcraft... But is this really necessary?
What Does All This Get You?
You'll be pleased to know, boosting your character in both WoW Shadowlands and WoW Classic does more than just level you up.
In WoW Shadowlands, your chosen character is boosted up to Level 120 and you receive these bonuses...
- Flight Master's Whistle;
- Adventurer's Footlocker
- Champions of Azeroth Survival Kit
- 500 Gold
- Seasoned Loins (Food) x20
- Seafoam Coconut Water (Drink) x20
- Tome of the Quiet Mind x5
- Abyssal Healing Potion (HP) x5
- Coastal Rejuvenation Potion (Rejuvenation) x5
However, in WoW Classic your character is boosted up to Level 58 and it comes with the following:
- 25 Gold
- Weapon Skill Level at 290 (All Proficiencies)
- Apprentice Riding Skill
- All Azeroth Flight Paths unlocked
- Reputation for your Race's Faction set to Friendly
- Race-Specific Mount (Blue Quality)
- Level 58 Magic (Green) Quality Gear
- Four Runecloth Bags (14 Inventory Slots each)