I also wanted to note that a lot of users, I found on the Web claimed Dugi’s Guide to be faster. However, all these users had either used Zygor Guides for very little time or had not used it at all. I have to give a point to each Dugi’s Guide and Zygor Guides as they both deliver a great lvling speed. For all you Dugi’s guide users out there who really feel that Dugi’s Guide is faster, I will give Dugi an extra point. If there really were a difference, it wouldn’t be by much.
Handynotes et toutes ses dépendences permettent aux joueurs d'ajouter des annotations sur la carte du jeu. Cet addon est particulièrement pratique pour les collectionneurs qui cherchent à vaincre tous les monstres rares de Sombrivage ou des Hautes-terres Arathies par exemple. Il sert également pour trouver facilement les trésors, et les différentes annotations vous simplifient grandement la tâche.
Workaround as a player is simply to skip forward past that step in the guide, at which point it has steps for the other quests. I'm still on Bleakrock as that character, so I don't know if a duplicate "begin the evacuation" step exists after you've found all the missing people. In either case, just don't talk to Captain Rana about evacuating until you've completed all the other main/sidequests on Bleakrock, which are listed at the UESP link above.
Dugi’s Guide has released their Cataclysm bonus which is an in game talent advisor. Finally and actual bonus worth talking about; or so I thought. Once on the inside of Dugi’s Guide members area the truth was revealed. The talent advisor bonus is just the 3rd party addon “Talenteds”! Using TomTom add on for navigation is already a large negative in my books, now offering a free addons as a bonus. Dugi, Dugi, Dugi.. – not cool. I’m tempted to take another point away from Dugi but that would be my personal opinion.