Zygor Alliance & Horde World of Warcraft Leveling & Dailies Guides Review

Yes Zygor Guide! I use this ALL the time. One of my good buddies introduced me too it , and i can say that it makes leveling in this game, effin easy!

First, installing the guide is super easy with the installer program. Once you login to play , getting started is just as simple. Now I have personally used this addon to level a Dranei Warrior to level 60 and a Dranei Priest to level 70. Man I really could have used this a while back when i was trying to level up my Night Elf Druid.

It's gotta a new waypoint feature, which ultimately makes Zygor the best choice when it comes to leveling the best leveling addon you can get. If you were like me when WoW first came out , we had to Alt+Tab in and out of the game to look at websites to figure out a quest. Guess what ? With Zygor no more of that BS! The waypoint system literally takes you right to your objectives and back to the quest giver so you dont waste anymore time. Honestly this is one of the best features of the addon, especially if your a n00b! You wont get lost in an unfamiliar world, you'll also find that you complete your quests a lot faster . Zygor groups stuff intelligently, and you end up with some good faction scores to boot


Also the Zygor guide has a talent advisor, So if your completely clueless on where to put your points as you level, Zygor can show you where to add them .

Seriously Zygor kicks ASS, most people that I've chatted with loves it and ends up leveling up faster then you can say WoW , and if history repeats itself like I KNOW IT WILL, You'll love it and level up faster as well, Sincerely this Guide is absolutely amazing ..Like I was saying you can get this by click here or the link below!

Friday, February 5, 2010

[World_of_Warcraft_List] Project Azeroth - A World of Warcraft Translation Wiki





Horde Alliance Communication

Horde to alliance communication:

101 101.......................................Zug Zug

UO UO............................................HA HA

27 11 11......................................mu ha ha

D F Z...............................................L A G

U G U..............................................L O L

As As As....................................Ha Ha Ha


d e d....................................................l o l

Making your own phrase using the below chart only works if you put a space between each letter.

Orcish: a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
Common: g g o l o a o o l n l n a o l n g n n l l l a n o g


(Alliance to Horde)

h i.................................................y o...........

ss ee oo p................................Me love u.......

D a p Ee bb...............................You Lose.......

b ppp.........................................evil............

zz fff........................................never............

Fff d Ss pp.............................Very Mean.......

Ss B ppp.................................Me Evil............

D a p aa B ppp........................Youre Evil........

D a p aa Ss pp........................Youre Mean......

Making your own phrase using the below chart only works if you put a space between each letter.
Common: a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z
Orcish: o e o y y e o y o e o o o o y u e y y y y y y y o e

Alliance to Horde Translation Guide

Ever wanted to hurl out insults to that pesky Horde who just stun-locked, then death-rayed you? Now you can!

The Project Azeroth wiki has a great page translating phrases in Common Language into Horde. Want to tell that drooling corpse how you really feel about her? "b d b ee oo d a p!" ("I love you!") will get you into her mausoleum. Insult a tauren? "ppp b d b jj!" ("Vile Yeti!")

A little creativity and this handy guide will bring you a long way to healing Azeroth's racial wounds.


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The purpose of this project is to create a dictionary or lexicon that will allow players in Blizzard Software's MMORPG World of Warcraft to communicate between the different languages that each species uses. It has become apparent that an official venue for communication will not become available ( 1) via Blizzard, so we are on our own in creating this resource.


Our first focus will be on two main languages, mainly: There are also the following sub languages: Please visit the Language Annex for a list of all of the languages and the races that speak them.


The how and what of translating languages in World of Warcraft can be found here.

Please visit the Translation Annex for information on how the translation system in World of Warcraft works, as well as links to each language's lexicon.



Much has changed, and the Wiki has grown greatly! Thank you all for your continued contributions to the project, and helping to make it grow.

I'm going to be going through and doing some house cleaning over the next few weeks, organizing sections to make them easier to read and follow.

Burning Crusade has brought some new challenges with the Blood Elf Thalassian and the Draenei...Draenei. I'll be creating pages for those as well.

Here's to another great year!

-Nacht, Lethon


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An excellent World of Warcraft Wiki is located at WikiWoW.

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Common (language)

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Common text (Latin letters)
Common text (alternate letters)
"Trol'Kalar", Common text ("Elder Futhark" runic letters)

Common, the language or alphabet, is the Alliance counterpart to the Horde's Orcish language. All Alliance characters should understand Common language.

In the lore (including the RPG, novels, manga, and early games), almost all intelligent races speak Common as it is not a "human" language per se. Common is one of the primary languages known by many races. It is used as a kind of universal language by most members of the many races of Azeroth and Draenor.[1] Most if not all races have at least some understanding and speak some dialect of Common. Other dialects or languages derived or related to Common include Low Common, Gutterspeak, and Nerglish. The modern Common used by humans was derived from the "ancient tongue". Some gnolls are said to speak with a broken Common. Because Common is a universal language known by many races, characters that have never had contact with other races are often able communicate with each other on their first meeting. Other racial languages (Orcish, Taur-ahe, Gnomish, etc,) are normally limited to their specific races, but are often learned by races that are most likely to encounter those races or read their language.

The Common alphabet is made of up of letters from different alphabets: Latin, Elder Futhark runic alphabet, Faux Cyrillic (in a loading screen in Warcraft II), and an unknown original alphabet, see images for examples. The modern "Common" seems to share words with the English language (as well as often using the Latin alphabet), mixed with words from an ancient tongue (actually some Welsh, Latin, and other historical languages). For example, half-ogre is the Common term for the race that is a mixture of ogre and orc ancestry, whereas mok'nathal (lower-case) is the Orcish term for the same race.[2] At least two known dialects of true Common exist, a modern dialect, which relies more on English, and the "ancient tongue".[3]


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Common primer (official translations)

Common text in Warcraft 2 (Cyrillic letters).

Here are a few common Common phrases and words, for which the translations have been officially confirmed by Blizzard or have actual real world translations:
  • Azeroth = Word derived from the name of the ancient human ancestors; Azotha .[4]
  • Caer = means castle, fort/fortress, or citadel from the Welsh word Caer[1] (used in many Welsh places).
  • Daer = "People"[5]. (Has English roots.)
  • Deo Gratias = "Thanks [be] to God", from a hymn sung in the church in Warcraft II. (Latin roots)
  • Dwarf = "Diminutive"[6]
  • Esarus thar no'Darador = "By blood and honor we serve."[7] (Valley of Heroes)
  • Half-ogre = A race that is born of mixed ogre and orc blood.[8]
  • Lordaeron = Name humans gave to northern human kingdom, derived from the Dwarven word "lorn" ("land"), the Common word "daer" ("people"), and the Thalassian word "ronae" ("peaceful").[5]
  • Rain Dance = The term in Common for a festival held in Darkshore (the elves have a different name for it).[9]
  • Thrall = "Slave"[10] [11][12]
  • Trol'kalar = "Troll slayer" in the ancient tongue, the ancient dialect of Common used in the Arathorian Empire based in Strom .[3] [13]

Human names

Human parents grant a child its given name at birth, while its family name has a long history and usually speaks something of its bearer's ancestry. Some humans change their family names to emphasize their own accomplishments.
  • Male Names: Merander, Gyram, Darrick, Hebry.
  • Female Names: Lilla, Merian, Richelle, Ammi.
  • Family Names: Renn, Townguard, Silversmith, Runetouch.[14]

Untranslated words or phrases

Language Implementation in World of Warcraft

As mentioned above, in literature and earlier games almost all intelligent races speak Common. The pre-release World of Warcraft used to actually abide by this, but many players in the game's beta phase showed a lack of maturity in communication during battles. This caused Common to be the primary Alliance language and Orcish to be the primary Horde language. The Forsaken were given Common as a secondary language, but again, players showed a lack of maturity and this was taken away.

Common Words (speculation)

This article or section includes speculation, observations or opinions possibly supported by lore or by Blizzard officials. It should not be taken as representing official lore.

This is the list of words created by the in-game language parser for the Common language, and is listed as language number seven (word range 423-546) in the Language text file.

In the in-game translator, the language parser for Common shares similar words with Gutterspeak and Gnomish. The parser is used to mask both npc and players that speak "Common" when encountered by the Horde.

Note: The language algorithm used by the in-game "translator" merely makes the words look like Common. It does not actually use a specific dictionary. Therefore, translated in-game speech isn't true Common.
Number of letters in word Word List
One-letter words A, E, I, O, U, Y
Two-letter words An, Ko, Lo, Lu, Me, Ne, Re, Ru, Se, Ti, Va, Ve
Three-letter words Ash, Bor, Bur, Far, Gol, Hir, Lon, Mod, Nud, Ras, Ver, Vil, Vos
Four-letter words Ador, Agol, Dana, Goth, Lars, Noth, Nuff, Odes, Ruff, Thor, Uden, Veld, Vohl, Vrum
Five-letter words Algos, Barad, Borne, Melka, Ergin, Eynes, Garde, Gloin, Majis, Nagan, Novas, Regen, Tiras, Wirsh
Six-letter words Aesire, Aziris, Daegil, Danieb, Ealdor, Engoth, Goibon, Mandos, Nevren, Rogesh, Rothas, Ruftos, Skilde, Valesh, Vandar, Waldir
Seven-letter words Andovis, Ewiddan, Faergas, Forthis, Kaelsig, Koshvel, Lithtos, Nandige, Nostyec, Novaedi, Sturume, Vassild
Eight-letter words Aldonoth, Cynegold, Endirvis, Hamerung, Landowar, Lordaere, Methrine, Ruftvess, Thorniss
Nine-letter words Aetwinter, Danagarde, Eloderung, Firalaine, Gloinador, Gothalgos, Regenthor, Udenmajis, Vandarwos, Veldbarad
Ten-letter words Aelgestron, Cynewalden, Danavandar, Dyrstigost, Falhedring, Vastrungen
Eleven-letter words Agolandovis, Bornevalesh, Dornevalesh, Farlandowar, Forthasador, Thorlithtos, Vassildador, Wershaesire
Twelve-letter words Golveldbarad, Golveldbarad, Mandosdaegil, Nevrenrothas, Waldirskilde

Word & phrase list (speculation)

  • "Goibon Uden Lo" = "Guards!" or "Guards help me!"
  • "Uden" = "Help!"
  • "Bur" = "lol" (When an Alliance player says "Lol" it will appear as "Bur" to Horde players. This is similar to how "Lol" in Orcish translates to "Kek" for Alliance players. When a horde talking in Orcish tells an Alliance player "bur", they get back "lok". Regardless, it has now been referenced as an official term.[15]
  • "Landowar" = "Alliance"
  • "Lordaeron" = "Peaceful land of the people" (rough translation)
  • "Or'Kalar" = Orc Killer, like Trol'kalar, the name shares the same word kalar, implying it is from the same ancient tongue used in the Arathorian Empire and Strom. As it is a ogre name it could be a form of Low Common.
  • "Or" = Orc
  • "Trol" = Troll
  • "Kalar" = Killer
  • "Deo Gracias" = Interestingly, the church building's sound in Warcraft II is "Deo Gracias", Latin for "Thanks be to God", which is also the name for several different traditional cathedral hymns. The reason for using Latin as a spoken language is not clear. It is possibly a use of stock sound effects, an easter egg for those who know of the hymn, or an attempt to include a foreign sounding language for the humans. Although Latin plays a partial role in the Warcraft universe, as seen in the RPG with "Spiritus Mundi" and with some names as part of languages such as Kalimag, Latin and other languages derived from it are used in the universe in a few other places such as: in Warcraft II with the church building's sound, in Warcraft III's Altar of Kings with "Amen", and in Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne with the order acknowledgment sounds of the troll batrider unit. Other languages derived from Latin are also used for terms like "En Fuego", Spanish for "on fire", as well as El Pollo Grande.
  • "Caer Darrow" = Caer means "fort". Darrow may be derived from the word "daer" meaning "people. This would mean Caer Darrow may mean People's Fort or Fort of the People.[ citation needed]
  • "Spiritus Mundi" = Spirit of the world

In other materials

Common is derived from the Dungeons and Dragons roleplaying game. In that game, the Common tongue is a lingua franca, or a universal language, spoken natively by humans and bilingually by other races. The concept is derived from Westron, the "common tongue" of Tolkien's Middle Earth, hence the name. It is the language of humans, halflings, half-elves, and half-orcs.[16] The Common tongue also has great hints of the Icelandic tongue.


  1. ^ Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, 104
  2. ^ Horde Player's Guide, 156
  3. ^ 3.0 3.1 Lands of Conflict, 89, 177
  4. ^ Lands of Conflict, 18
  5. ^ 5.0 5.1 Lands of Conflict, 19
  6. ^ Alliance Player's Guide, 140
  7. ^ Of Blood and Honor, 15
  8. ^ Horde Player's Guide, 156
  9. ^ Lands of Mystery, 11
  10. ^ Rise of the Horde, 19
  11. ^ Lord of the Clans, 29
  12. ^ http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=thrall
  13. ^ Sigil of Strom
  14. ^ World of Warcraft: The Roleplaying Game, 44
  15. ^ Orcish / Common Dictionary
  16. ^ http://www.d20srd.org/srd/skills/speakLanguage.htm
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Alliance Crest  Draenei Dwarves Gnomes Humans Night elves Worgen
Draenei Dwarven Gnomish Common Darnassian Worgen
Horde Crest  Blood elves Forsaken Goblins Orcs Tauren Trolls
Thalassian Gutterspeak Goblin Orc or Orcish Taur-ahe Zandali
Neutral  Demons Dragons Elementals Furbolgs High elves Naga Nerubian Murlocs Titans Tuskarr Vrykul
Demonic or Eredun