If you're in the WoW Classic beta or you're participating in the last stress test, you might feel a little naked without your addons.
The WoW Classic beta will come to a close on July 12th, about a month away from its worldwide release.
Racial abilities have always been a part of World of Warcraft, adding a variety of flavor you don't get in many places nowadays.
WoW Classic brings back all of the old memories of spending hours questing and looking for quests that were pretty essential to the original game.
The roll out of dungeons in WoW Classic in phases closely mirrors how they appeared in the original game, because that ensures smoother gear progression.
WoW Classic reintroduces a whole list of racial traits -- both old and new -- in a far different context than the current game.
It's finally happened -- you've hit level 60 in World of Warcraft Classic and have decided you want to raid.
If you've only been playing World of Warcraft for the past few years, you might well be pretty used to the way the current talent system works, where you have three talents per tier and can choose one of the three, and gain a new talent tier every so often (in most cases, every 15 levels or so until you hit level 90, and then a last tier at level 100).
In WoW Classic, to get a random group together, you're going to have to rely on your salesmanship because you're probably going to need to stand in a capital city and spam General Chat while you accumulate your party.
Remember Spirit? WoW Classic’s primary and secondary stats are a little different than what you’re used to
Okay, so you're about to play WoW Classic and you want to know what the stuff on your gear means.