Hate it or love it, but World of Warcraft has been the undisputed number 1 in the field of MMOs for 17 (!!!) years. In a nutshell, it's a gigantic world where you are just one of many adventurers trying to reach the maximum level. The nice thing is that you always meet real players in that world and you can try to defeat difficult enemies or quests together. That is also the case in World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic.
Of course, everything hasn’t been smooth sailing. There are some interesting bugs and issues popping up now that more players are progressing through BCC. One significant issue is that some green bind on equip gear have stat values way too high for what they should have, but they give no stat increase when equipped. This is a bit of a new twist on a bug that existed during beta. There’s also the whole Feral energy issue, which will probably need an entire article itself to delve into if it isn’t fixed soon. Lastly, there was also a lengthy maintenance done on June 2nd. Nonetheless, so far, BCC has gone just about as smooth as can be expected.
The story of Burning Crusade Classic revolves around a number of different factions vying for control over Outlands. It also sheds light on the history of Orcs, as well as the Draenei. As part of the expansion, Blood Elves and Draenei became playable races for the Horde and Alliance respectively.
Fortunately, besides just leveling and the new dungeons, many other things have also been added that offer extra depth to the game. The biggest changes are of course the two new races that have been added: the Draenei (Alliance) and Blood Elves (Horde). Both races can also be a class that until recently was exclusively reserved for the other faction. This way the Alliance gains access to Shamans and the Horde can also level up Paladins. The most controversial change is the addition of flying mounts. In addition to your trusty raptor, wolf or tiger who can only walk on the ground, in The Burning Crusade you also get a mount with which you can discover Outland while flying (from level 70). Very useful (and necessary) to discover certain areas, but it also makes the world feel less alive because players literally fly over your head.
World of Warcraft: Burning Crusade Classic also has a Deluxe Edition that, while not necessary to play the expansion, rewards players with a special mount, a level boost up to 58 for a single character, 30 days of game time, Path of Illidan toy, and the Dark Portal Hearthstone animation. The Deluxe Edition is priced at $69.99 (roughly Rs. 5,121).
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