Luckily, like with just about every RPG game, there is a way to grind your levels fast. It’s not the most fun thing in the world because you’ll have to sacrifice looking into the many different features and gameplay elements that come in the way, but it’s something most of us want to do out of necessity – perhaps it’s just the desire of stability embedded in the nature of nearly everything in existence.
Following is a simple guide that should aid you in finding the shortest and most direct route to fast leveling, while ignoring most of the non-essential tasks that you’ll come across.
If you want to level up fast, you need to make sure you aren’t wasting time doing the following:
Completing all the quests and path objectives in the starting zones of your faction will guarantee you reaching level 6. From there onwards, you will travel to Celestion (Exile) or Ellevar (Dominion) depending on your faction, after which things will be in your hands.
Once you are in these places, avoid all Paths, Crafting, Challenges, and even most of the Tasks here.The amount of World Story, Zone Story, and Regional Events on offer will be adequate enough to give you plenty of experience, and indulging yourself in these “extra-curricular activities” will only eat up time and slow down your leveling process – save them for once you’ve reached level 50.
Thankfully, the zones follow a very linear level progression pattern, so you can easily go through them quickly if you have an initial know-how. Here is the recommended way you should be covering the zones to level up fastest, based on your faction:
Levian Bay/Crimson Isle –> Ellevar –> Auroria –> Whitevale –> Farside –> Wilderrun –> Malgrave –> Western/Southern Grimvault
Northern Wilds/Everstar Grove –> Celestion/Algoroc –> Galeras –> Whitevale –> Farside –> Wilderrun –> Malgrave –> Western/Southern Grimvault
Getting a House this might seem irrelevant at first, but getting a House is going to help you a lot in your leveling. Why? Because resting at your house grants you bonus rested experience, which means there is absolutely zero reason not to logout from your house once you have one.Plus it’s a fun and exciting feature, and level 50 you can come back and invest lots of time and your collected money on your very own personal floating island.