The huge talent revamp that came with Dragonflight's first pre-patch is only the latest model of many, many talent iterations over World of Warcraft's 18 year history.
Gems were a new addition to WoW in the original Burning Crusade, and The Burning Crusade Classic players can learn Jewelcrafting to cut gems for their gear.
The Burning Crusade had so many dungeons and raids that coming up with a list of the expansion's best (and worst) encounters was practically impossible.
The next iteration of WoW Classic is almost here!
Burning Crusade Classic will make even greater use of Phases to replicate the feeling of old content releases — but how well will it work?
If you played WoW Classic when it rolled out, you got to witness its phased content release schedule.
Attunements — the lengthy quest chains that allowed access to dungeons and raids — were a major part of the vanilla World of Warcraft experience, and were faithfully recreated for WoW Classic.
After years of riding the game's flight paths on majestic Gryphons and lithe Windriders, players would take the reins themselves in Burning Crusade.
With the BlizzConline announcement that Burning Crusade will be getting the Classic treatment this year, Blizzard has shared some initial images of our upcoming return to the World of Warcraft expansion.
You will be able to clone your WoW Classic characters, and play them on both Classic Era and Burning Crusade servers
Here are some good news if you're unsure if you should advance your existing WoW Classic characters into Burning Crusade: Classic content or not: You won't necessarily have to choose!
The rumors, much like the Dark Portal itself, have been swirling for a while now, and according to an accidental press-kit leak from Blizzard, it looks like they were true.