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====================================================================================================================================As the first expansion pack for World of Warcraft, expectations were sky high for The Burning Crusade. After spending hundreds of wow classic tbc gold  hours into their characters they were eager to embark on the next adventure. Fortunately, The Burning Crusade proved to be an excellent successor to fantastic MMO. There were many unforgettable moments to be had within the Outlands in The Burning Crusade, but they are among the most memorable.

Crossing through the Dark Portal for the first time was an incredible moment within WoW's history. WoW timeline. The journey from the Blasted Lands until the landmark was an adventure of its own on launch day, especially on a multiplayer server. Being able to have the Horde wow tbc gold  and Alliance together at the same time seldom can be completed without some mischief. For The Burning Crusade, this mischief was trying to prevent players of the other faction from crossing over to Hellfire Peninsula by murdering them in the process of climbing the ramp leading to the huge glowing portal. The fun or the angst, or truly awry, that experience was certainly memorable. The other aspect of the portal wasn't too bad also.

World of Warcraft players questing their way across the introductory zone were immediately exposed to a new kind of foe during The Burning Crusade, the Fel Reaver. This massive machine could be seen hopping across the earth and instantly kill anyone unfortunate enough to get its attention. Despite the fact that it's heavy footsteps literally rattled the screen, the Fel Reaver was shockingly sneaky and earned a reputation for shocking players at the worst possible times. In contrast, Illidan Stormrage was the ultimate villain of the game's expansion (and among the strongest characters in World of Warcraft) the Hellfire Fel Reaver was a larger threat for the average player.

Another notable moment for The Burning Crusade players came when they replaced their most beloved high-end gear with cheap greens. The bittersweet sensation of upgrading a piece of gear that could be the result of months worth of weekly raids paired with the addition of an unusual green to the norm for expansions. It was initially introduced in The Burning Crusade. Even the gear of Naxxramas that was the final raid in the first game did not match the boosted power of those earlier The Burning Crusade quest rewards.

Making it to World of Warcraft's new maximum limit of 70 levels was an accomplishment however, obtaining a flying mount was perhaps an even bigger one. These days, flying mounts are the preferred method of moving about in World of Warcraft, but they were brand-new within The Burning Crusade. The original version of this mount was only accessible in the Outlands and was priced at a rather large sum. Getting one required some effort however, the first time the winged beast flew up in the air was well worth the investment.

WoW players who were seeking a fresh startor to get away from their mains were able to choose between rolling new characters as two new races were added to the game. The blue-skinned Draenei was a space fairy who sided with the Alliance and the Horde was helped by the inclusion of the magically addicted Blood Elves. The Blood Elves had been playing for years as the same races from the beginning and playing as - or simply walking past the new faces was a thrilling experience. Both races were enjoyable to play. However, the Blood Elves had access to the most popular song from The Burning Crusade.

These moments are a memorable part of the WoW's story, however, they are also something players are likely to look forward to seeing again in the near future. The Burning Crusade Classic will allegedly be announced on the weekend of BlizzConline, and some information regarding it has already been released. It doesn't matter if they remember fondly of the first event, or have completely forgotten about it The players can look forward to going back into The Outlands from The Burning Crusade.

World of Warcraft is a game that has been played for a wow classic tbc gold  long time and the lore of the game has grown tremendously from its Vanilla days all the way to today. "Vanilla" World of Warcraft also now played in its current version, WoW: Classic, is a variant of the game in which players will experience the game as it was it first launched in 2004. Then, there were the Two years of additional content that followed before the launch of its initial massive expansion The Burning Crusade. The game's initial years didn't have the same central theme or even a climax, there were a variety of lore-related events which players could be part of.

The original World of Warcraft release brought the story of the universe to the place it left off in its predecessor RTS game Warcraft 3. It was the time that The Burning Legion used the Scourge to destroy the world, paving room for them Azeroth in what's referred to as The Third War. The trolls, orcs, and orcs ventured to Kalimdor to find an alternative home from the wrath of their enemies, and they quickly met the tauren.

The Alliance were next, led by Jaina Proudmoore. She had been ordered to go west by Medivh. The final Guardian was the one who arranged that the Horde as well as the Alliance were in Kalimdor to aid the night elves defend the World Tree, Nordrassil (similar to Teldrassil, the tree that was burned through Sylvanas Windrunner during the Battle for Azeroth), from the Legion. Although there was conflict along the way the people of Azeroth had a successful time protecting their homeland.

The original World of Warcraft release continued the universe's story in the same place it had left off after its predecessor RTS Game, Warcraft 3. In Warcraft 3. the Burning Legion used the Scourge to wreak havoc across the world, and opened the way for them Azeroth and fight the Third War. The orcs and the trolls traveled to Kalimdor to seek a new refuge from persecution, where they were quickly embraced by the tauren.

The Alliance was followed by Jaina Proudmoore, who was given the order to sail west from Medivh. The last Guardian coordinated that the Horde and Alliance were both in Kalimdor to help the night Elfs defend their World Tree, Nordrassil (similar to Teldrassil the tree that was destroyed during the battle of Sylvanas Windrunner In Battle for Azeroth), from the Legion. Although there was plenty of conflict on the wow tbc classic gold way but the people of Azeroth achieved their goal of protecting their home.
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