Is questing really faster than dungeons 15-60?

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User Info: Branchos

5 years ago#1
Its insane how much exp you get from doing dungeons (normal exp + dungeon quest exp + random dungeon exp bonus)

User Info: pres_madagascar

5 years ago#2
No. Not with dungeon queues popping in 30 seconds like they are now.
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User Info: ryudo500

5 years ago#3
I used to think Dungeon > questing. however I recently have been leveling a monk and once you get to 40, the dungeon XP falls off and questing starts giving you the xp.

especially the 50-60 range. questing is the way to go 50-60 and i love instances.

User Info: Argg0

5 years ago#4
Doing dungeon quests are really worth it, doing the dungeon again I'm not sure.
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User Info: ZodiaMaster

5 years ago#5
Do both at the same time.

Dunno about you but doing only dungeons gets boring.
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User Info: Aposter26

5 years ago#6
The fastest way I've been able to get to 85(90 now of course), is to mix both. Dungeons early, then around 40-45 questing really take off as far as experience. Still do the dungeon quests but after that it's pointless to do the same dungeon over and over. Plus a lot of the gear I use comes from dungeons, so I'd think in general it's best to mix questing and dungeons together all the way up, but from 45+ do questing for the majority.

User Info: Akazora

5 years ago#7
Kill exp isn't as good as just AoEing down a bunch of mobs outdoors. The quest exp is worthwhile though.

Problem about dungeon leveling is the inconsistency unless you stumble upon a good random and just keep chain queuing. If you don't tank, you can get one that will just squander away near the entire hour of Enlightenment.

If you queue as tank, you can get people who decide to be jackasses for the sake of doing so.

Like, I chain pull as a tank, I start the next group before the first one is dead. I've had DPS just run off and go pull packs off to the side and fight them on their own, without being able to handle it.

User Info: Pirwzwhomper

5 years ago#8
I was able to get from 47 to 54 in two hours just questing in Felwood/Winterspring. Dungeons are only good if they're quick and you're doing them for the first time with the Dungeon Quests.
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User Info: Dragonfable101

5 years ago#9
I've seen the math, dungeons are faster as long as you're doing a quest within the dungeon you're currently in. As soon as you enter a dungeon with no quests available to yourself the exp drops to below what you would get while solo questing.
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User Info: stage4saiyan

5 years ago#10
I must be doing something wrong. I've been running randoms repeatedly and I'm only level 43 with 2 and a half days playing time. I'm a warrior trying to unlock DK...I don't know of any XP boosts.
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