With the coming of the release of Mists of Pandaria, Mists of Pandaria CD Keys is hot sale now. Now I just want to talk about some changes in this packs.One of the most obvious changes is also one of the most commonly forgotten: system requirements.Turning off add-ons can help with issues running the game by freeing up memory, and many will likely become obsolete or broken upon upgrading. Luckily for add-on junkies, the major mod designers have had access to beta for some time and should have updated and compatible versions around Mist of Pandaria's launch. The streamlining of abilities should make spell management add-ons less necessary, but the new resource systems for some classes may become easier to manipulate with the proper add-ons.
The second change is the gold, new expansions give players a chance to really rake in the gold, if they know how the market works. Gathering professions can make a pretty copper by snapping up the new Pandaria leathers, herbs, enchanting mats, and metals and sticking them on the Auction House for exorbitant prices. Scribes that get lucky on monk glyphs can make hundreds-if not thousands-of gold per glyph, so a savvy scribe might stockpile low level inks for the low level monk glyphs. All of the fresh characters will push up the prices and demand on lower level crafting materials because many would rather spend gold buying materials than spend hours gathering them.
The third one is the class. The talent revamp alone will take some getting used to, but the spell and mechanics changes will hit the hardest. Hunters lose their melee weapons and thus melee abilities like Wing Clip in exchange for finally losing the minimum range requirement for their ranged attacks. Warlocks-especially non-affliction spec-are getting an entirely new resource system, so keeping abreast of the changes might make acclimating to them less of shock.
For these new changes,The single most all-encompassing and important piece of advice I can give is simple: take your time. Enjoy leveling and running lowbie dungeons. Take it from someone that has done serious endgame raiding, arena, and the vanilla PvP grind: rushing just burns you out. It also tends to create a vicious cycle of burning out, taking a break, rushing to get caught up, burning out again, etc. Even Blizzard wants players to take it easy and play more casually. Enjoy the journey and the destination.