Aion Mastery is the latest Aion leveling guide to hit the market. At this time it’s completed to level 40 for both factions. As far as I can tell all quests are listed however unlike in some other leveling guides they don’t come with many detailed explanations and how-to’s. There are maps of all areas attached with this leveling guide but they aren’t numbered in any way and frankly, don’t help that much.
It’s too bad there are no screenshots in this leveling guide, sometimes it’s extremely useful to see for example how a certain object you need to find looks. You can always google it or search online databases or forums, but that contradicts the very purpose of these leveling guides.
AionMastery also comes with a kinah making guide which is to my surprise very well written and has a good number of useful tips and strategies to help you earn kinah in Aion. It’s probably even better than some of those guides specifically talking about kinah making. Overall, a very nice addition but Kozen’s guide has a few more.
The most important thing to note about Aion Mastery is probably the price which is currently second highest (KFGuides leveling guide is almost $80 for both factions). Fortunately you can purchase Asmodian, Elyos and the kinah guide separately, but I would rather have it all for a more reasonable price. I actually had to think twice about giving away $67 for making this review, but it turned out to be worth it.
Kozen’s leveling guide is still my number one recommendation: it has more bonuses, it’s cheaper, you don’t have to pay separately for bonus guides, and the leveling guide itself is a bit better.