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There are games
« on: February 27, 2021, 07:28:24 AM »

When World of Warcraft initially launched way back in 2004, it drew in a massive number of players and quickly grew to have millions of  wow classic gold subscribers worldwide. Aside from the sheer scale of the game, a massive force behind the achievement of the MMO was the world where it was set.

Azeroth has existed since the original Warcraft: Orcs and Humans launched in 1994 and the following Warcraft 2 games farther assembled on the narrative and lore. Warcraft 3 was probably the most popular of those early games and introduced us to a number of the characters which goes on to play large roles in World of Warcraft, including Sylvanas Windrunner, Jaina Proudmore, and Arthas Menethil, among others.

When World of Warcraft launched in 2004, all of the lore, background, and locations that had been laid out in the earlier Warcraft games have been attracted to life in Blizzard's vast MMO.

If you've only got a few hours each week to devote to an MMO, Classic might not be the match for you personally and you may be better off looking at modern Warcraft to fill that Azeroth-shaped hole. Having said that, if you are not especially worried about endgame content like raiding or max-level dungeons and just wish to explore Azeroth because it had been in 2006 then by all means, continue. But if you want to enjoy everything that Classic offers, then you need to be ready to spend a lot of time not just levelling your character however completing different Attunement quests and grinding reputation to best place to buy wow classic gold get a few of those late-game instances.

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