At Blizzconline 2021, Blizzard announced something many fans had been anticipating since the release of World of Warcraft: The Burning Crusade Classic. As an expansion to the vanilla game, players can choose to continue to the new content or remain on Vanilla servers when The Burning Crusade Classic is released later in 2021.To get more news about buy wow gold eu, you can visit lootwowgold official website.

With the pre-patch on the horizon that will allow players to create Blood Elf and Draenei characters, players are already getting back into a 2007 mindset and breaking out game guides from the original release of The Burning Crusade. Fel reavers, a new PvP meta, and the unique Outland armor sets are all coming back in style – or rather, without any sense of fashion at all.

Warriors in World of Warcraft Classic are notoriously difficult to level up, but can put out top damage numbers in end-game raids and dungeons. Many players flocked to the Warrior class when Classic was released to be the best in the raid down the line.

When The Burning Crusade Classic comes out, though, Warriors fall all the way to the bottom of the charts, with Warlocks taking the top overall damage output instead. It should be no surprise min-maxing players start anew as this casting class to stay on top.

One particularly rough part of questing in Outland is the drop rates of certain quest items. While there wasn't a specific quest related to boar livers in Hellfire Peninsula, there was the quest Demonic Contamination, which asks the player to gather 6 Helboar blood samples. The drop rate on these samples is... abysmal, to say the least.

In the Barrens, there is a similarly frustrating quest titled The Zhevra, which tasks the player with finding 4 Zhevra hooves. Players often spend hours decimating the Zhevra population for these hooves, and some quests will feel eerily familiar in Outland.