The playable map in World of Warcraft is sprawling and massive in scale and scope, allowing players to traverse 40 zones during their quests with either the Horde or Alliance. If you’re not careful, veteran or new player alike, you can find yourself wandering into a high-level zone when you are not ready, and the enemies will show you that quickly. To help you navigate, here is each WoW Classic Zone by level.

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1-10

  • Dun Morogh
  • Durotar
  • Elwynn Forest
  • Mulgore
  • Teldrassil
  • Tirisfar Glades

10-20

  • Darkshore
  • Loch Modan
  • Silverpine Forest
  • Westfall

10-25

  • Barrens

15-27

  • Redridge Mountains
  • Stonetalon Mountains
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18-30

  • Ashenvale
  • Duskwood

20-30

  • Wetlands

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20-35

  • Hillsbrad Foothills

25-35

  • Thousand Needles

30-40

  • Alterac Mountains
  • Arathi Highlands
  • Desolace

30-45

  • Stranglethorn Vale

35-45

  • Dustwallow Marsh
  • Badlands
  • Swamp of Sorrows

40-50

  • Feralas
  • Hinterlands
  • Tanaris
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45-50

  • Searing Gorge

45-55

  • Azshara
  • Blasted Lands

48-55

  • Un’goro Crater
  • Felwood

50-58

  • Burning Steppes

51-58

  • Western Plaguelands

53-60

  • Eastern Plaguelands
  • Winterspring

55-60

  • Deadwind Pass
  • Moonglade
  • Silithus

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