Both Dugi and Zygor are efficient and well made World of Warcraft Guides. But like any two products, both have their pros and cons. Read on to find out the differences between these two popular WoW guides.
Installation: Zygor Guides takes the cake in efficiency of installation and easy updates. Dugi installation is more complicated than Zygor. One of the pros of Zygor Guides is that they automatically update, where as with Dugi, the user must manually reinstall certain add-ons. Dugi could be a bit better if the company implemented auto updates of software.
Try Before You Buy: Dugi Guides will get you to level 40 free of charge, where as Zygor Guides free-trial Myenvoyair login ends at only level 13. To some, this is inefficient, because even beginner players can level up to 13 in less than a day. Dugi wins, hands down, as far as letting the players thoroughly try-out the guide before buying.
Pricing: While high prices do not mean quality in any and all products, it is worth noting that Dugi does cost less than Zygor. It’s up to the player to decide which guide works best for them. But Dugi Guides does offer both alliance and horde gathering guides for a flat price, while Zygor Guides sells each guide separately. Dugi Guides prices start around $97 per set, where as Zygor prices guides individually, starting around $50. Dugi inches out Zygor in the price department.
If you have not met your Reiki guides, I recommend an excellent guided meditation CD by William Rand called, “Meet Your Reiki Guides.” Use this CD or something similar to meet your Reiki guides. After you’ve developed a rapport with your guides, use the following technique as a guide for developing a working relationship with your guides. You may want to listen to music or a drumming CD during your journey to enhance the experience.